| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.
|This article is about the comic book. For the novel, see Spike and Dru: Pretty Maids All in a Row.|
|Buffy Comic Books|
|Spike and Dru|
|Publication date||7 August 2001|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Written by|| Christopher Golden|
|Penciller(s)|| Ryan Sook|
|Inker(s)|| Ryan Sook|
|Comic Book Collections|
The Blood of Carthage
Behind the scenes
- James Marsters reportedly disliked the story artwork, as he said when discussing his second Buffy comic, Into the Light: "[...]they had wanted to use an artist that was drawing the characters really ugly. Like, the whole world was just viciously ugly. And I didn't have the presence of mind to say, "Whoa, whoa – don't go there." What I wish I could have said was, "This is a romance." It's a twisted romance, yes, but the way a romance works is that every guy reading this book has to want the female lead – want to have sex with her – and he wants to be the male lead. And every woman, conversely, has to be the woman and want the guy. [...] I'm still very proud of it – but I had to explain to wonderful Juliet Landau why I was in the middle of something that made her look so much less beautiful than she is in real life. That was hard."