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Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire
Publication date August 30, 2000
Published by Dark Horse Comics
Creative Team
Written by Doug Petrie
Penciller(s) Ryan Sook
Inker(s) Ryan Sook
Inking assist:
Tim Goodyear
Colorist(s) Dave Stewart
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Ring of Fire is a graphic novel of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic series.

Synopsis

From the writer of the television series and the most talked about artist on the comics series comes an intricate and explosive graphic novel. Set in Season Two of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the story begins just after Angel killed Jenny Calendar. Giles is a wreck, and Buffy's not much better, knowing the man she loves is a homicidal maniac. But when the armor of a samurai demon is stolen from a cargo ship, a new battle is pitched to determine who will master the Ring of Fire. With Angel teamed with Spike and Dru, and Giles nearly out of commission, Buffy, Willow, Xander, and Kendra hardly stand a chance.[1]

Continuity

Appearances

Individuals

Organizations and Titles

Species

Locations

Weapons and Objects

Death Count

  • All crew members of the Tokyo cargo vessel Kobayashi, killed by Angel.
  • An unidentified police officer, killed by Angel.
  • An unidentified bureau agent, burned by the Fire-breathing bird.
  • Unidentified bureau demon agent, decapitated by Buffy.
  • Kelgor, killed by Buffy, Giles, and Willow.

Behind the Scenes

Trivia

  • The cover has promotional pictures for Buffy the Vampire Slayer seasons 1[2] and 2.
  • Joss Whedon was quoted on the back of the book: "Ryan Sook's pencils on Buffy are pretty thrilling - simultaneously dark and disarming, which matches the tone of both the show and the book. He and Doug Petrie are turning out the kind of wild adventures we wish we had the money for on the show. A tremendous lack of suck."

International Titles

  • French: L'Anneau de Feu (The Ring of Fire)
  • Italian: Anello di Fuoco (Ring of Fire)

Collections

Pop Culture References

Gallery

Cover Artwork

Preview

References

  1. https://www.darkhorse.com/Books/49-365/
  2. Buffy Summers/Gallery#Episode Stills

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