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Comic Issue
Slayer, Interrupted, Part Four
59-Slayer, Interrupted 4
Publication date July 23, 2003
Pages 21
Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic #59
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Slayer, Interrupted, Part Three
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A Stake to the Heart, Part One
Creative Team
Published by Dark Horse Comics
Writer(s) Scott Lobdell &
Fabian Nicieza
Penciller(s) Cliff Richards
Editor(s) Scott Allie
Cover artist(s) Brian Horton &
Paul Lee
Inker(s) Will Conrad
Colorist(s) Dave McCaig &
Lisa Gonzales
Letterer(s) Clem Robins
Buffy59-variant-cover

Slayer, Interrupted, Part Four is the fifty-ninth issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic book series. It was written by Scott Lobdell and Fabian Nicieza and illustrated by Cliff Richards.

Synopsis

Don’t miss the final chapter of the four-issue story arc, "Slayer, Interrupted" as Buffy discovers the horrible secret being kept deep in the bowels of one of Los Angeles’s premier mental institutions. Committed by her parents, Buffy finds herself not knowing whom to trust. Now it’s up to her to save a group of young girls from the demon that feeds off the sick teenagers hospitalized within.

The second book of the Buffy: Year One trilogy wraps up, leading into her parents’ divorce, and her arrival in Sunnydale.[1]

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Production

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  • Slayer, Interrupted, Part Four was the 147º best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 14,777 sales in July 2003 at comic specialty stores.[2]

Collections

Goofs, Bloopers & Continuity Errors

  • Giles refers to Wesley as “Mr. Price”, instead of “Mr. Wyndam-Pryce”.

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Cover Artwork


  1. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer #59 Slayer Interrupted (Part 4 of 4)". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved in October 10, 2017‎.
  2. "Top 300 Comics Actual--July 2003." ICv2, August 11, 2003. Retrieved April 10, 2018.