|"I Wish, Part Two"|
|Publication date||September 17, 2014|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten #7|
"I Wish, Part One"
"Return to Sunnydale, Part One"
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Writer(s)|| Christos Gage|
|Cover artist(s)|| Steve Morris|
Rebekah Isaacs & Dan Jackson
|Letterer(s)|| Richard Starkings|
"I Wish, Part Two" was the seventh issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten comic book series.
As Spike and Xander bond—while also seriously getting on each other's nerves—they are tempted to start writing some rules of their own in the book of magical laws... concerning Buffy and Dawn!
- Spike has episodes of Passions taped. He was revealed to be a fan of the series in "Something Blue".
- Anya's ghost was last seen in 'New Rules'.
- Dylan was last seen in Into the Light.
- Buffy Summers
- Xander Harris
- Willow Rosenberg
- Rupert Giles
- Dawn Summers
- Anya Jenkins
- Unnamed siren
- The Mistress
- Robert Dowling
- Angel (only mentioned)
- Dr. Mike (only mentioned)
- Joyce Summers (only mentioned)
- Astaroth (only mentioned)
Organization and Titles
- Scooby Gang
- D'Hoffryn's mystical council (only mentioned)
- San Francisco Police Department Supernatural Crimes Unit (only mentioned)
- San Francisco, California
Weapons and Objects
- Two sirens, killed by Spike
Behind the Scenes
Pop Culture References
- Spike mentions the soap opera Passions.
- Among the maquettes Xander owns are an alien from the film franchise Alien, Lara Croft from Tomb Raider, and a Dalek from Doctor Who.
- Buffy compares the Scoobies' new living arrangements to the series Friends in that they're friends living together in a place they shouldn't be able to afford.
- Spike mentions Xander's Dungeons and Dragon cards, but Xander corrects him by saying they're Magic: The Gathering cards and Dungeon and Dragon modules, and references Gary Gygax.
- Xander asks Dawn if she wants to go see The Princess Bride, which is playing at the Rialto.
- Spike says he watched an episode of the talk show Dr. Phil that dealt with the importance of self-love.
- Spike references the documentary film The Secret.
- Thelma mentions Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and Raegan Butcher to win over Spike.
- The unnamed siren takes note of Xander's Hellboy B.P.R.D. patch.
- Anya says she isn't sure she's really a ghost or just some Jiminy Cricket that Xander is making up, a character from the film Pinocchio who served as Pinocchio's conscience.