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This article is about the graphic novel. For other uses, see Tales of the Slayers.


Comic Issue
"Tales of the Slayers"
Tales of the Slayers
Publication date February 20, 2002
Pages 96
Series
One-shot
Creative Team
Published by Dark Horse Comics
Writer(s) Joss Whedon

Amber Benson
Jane Espenson
David Fury
Rebecca Sinclair
Doug Petrie

Penciller(s) Leinil Francis Yu

Tim Sale
Ted Naifeh
P. Craig Russel
Steve Lieber
Mira Friedmann
Gene Colan
Karl Moline

Editor(s) Scott Allie
Cover artist(s) Tim Sale
Lee Loughride
Inker(s) Dexter Vines

Tim Sale
Ted Naifeh
P. Craig Russel
Steve Lieber
Mira Friedmann
Andy Owens

Colorist(s) Dave Stewart

Lee Loughridge
Lovern Kindzierski
Matthew Hollingsworth
Mira Friedmann

Letterer(s) Michelle Madsen

Richard Starkins & Comicraft
Galen Showman
Jason Hvam

"Tales of the Slayers" is an original graphic novel anthology of the Tales comic book meta-series.

Synopsis

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the latest in a long tradition of young women who've been trained to give their lives in the war against vampires. We've gotten glimpses of these other women over the years on T.V., in comics, and in books. Now for the first time, the writers from the television series, including the show's creator, Joss Whedon, and one of its stars, Amber "Tara" Benson, present the tales of these girls, with the help of comics' greatest artists. Gene Colan, co-creator of Marvel's Blade and Tomb of Dracula, returns to Dark Horse for the story of a young girl in 1970s New York, battling vampires. Tim Sale, artist of recent epics Batman: The Long Halloween and Superman for All Seasons teams with Joss Whedon for a grim tale of a medieval slayer. American comics legend P. Craig Russell (Dr. Strange, The Ring of the Nibelung) and international rising star Mira Friedmann (Actus Tragicus) also join the stellar lineup.[1]

Stories

Appearances

Behind the Scenes

International Titles

  • Italian: I Racconti delle Cacciatrici (The Tales of the Slayers)
  • Spanish (Spain): Historias de Cazadoras (Tales of Slayers)

Collections

Other

References

  1. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales of the Slayers TPB". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved December 14, 2017.

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