|"Spike: Into the Light"|
|Publication date||July 16, 2014|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Cover artist(s)||Steve Morris|
|Letterer(s)||Richard Starkings & ComiCraft's Jimmy Betancourt|
Spike: Into the Light is a graphic novel about Spike, written by actor James Marsters.
Taking a break from Sunnydale, Spike comes to a small California town, low on a funds and food, and runs into his past—hidden under the floorboards of an old store—as well as a patience-trying shambling monster, stolen children, and some trouble with his footwear... And, of course, there's always a girl. How can a vampire catch a break when he's constantly trying to hide the vampire inside?
The graphic novel mentions that the story is set "near the beginning of Season 7 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; however, Spike's appearance and behaviour are closer to his character in the fifth season of Angel.
Organizations and Titles
Weapons and Objects
Behind the Scenes
- This is the second comic written by Marsters, after Spike & Dru.
- Dylan was drawn based on Marsters' wife Jasmine Marsters.
Pop Culture References
|Spike - "Once... A long time ago, I was a very bad man. I thought I was protecting myself, but I was only hurting people. Now I've... Woken up, and I'm trying to help people."|