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Comic Issue
The Origin, Part Two
The Origin 02
Publication date February 10, 1999
Pages 22
Series
The Origin #2
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Creative Team
Published by Dark Horse Comics
Writer(s) Dan Brereton &
Christopher Golden
Penciller(s) Joe Bennett
Editor(s) Scott Allie
Cover artist(s) Joe Bennett,
Hector Gomez,
Jeromy Cox &
Guy Major
Inker(s) Rick Ketcham
Colorist(s) Jeromy Cox
Guy Major
Letterer(s) Ken Bruzenak
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The Origin, Part Two is the second issue of The Origin comic book miniseries. It was written by Dan Brereton and Christopher Golden, and illustrated by Joe Bennett.

Synopsis

Summary

Buffy Summers learned how to fight vampires. The evil vampire, Lothos gathered a large group of undead Americans hoping to spread evil across the Los Angeles. The rebel, Oliver Pike, became entangled in Buffy's destiny.

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  • Unlike the Buffy the Vampire Slayer film, the comic's story is canon. About this, Joss Whedon has stated: “The origin comic, though I have issues with it, CAN pretty much be accepted as canonical. They did a cool job of combining the movie script (the SCRIPT) with the series, that was nice, and using the series Merrick and not a certain OTHER thespian [referring to Donald Sutherland] who shall remain hated.”[2]
  • The illustrated cover features graves with the names of the creators involved in this comic: Ketcham, Christopher Golden, and Brereton. With the exception of Joe Bennett, he has his name carved into a tree, as he “didn't want his name on a tombstone for fear it would bring bad luck.”[1]
  • The photo cover features a promotional picture taken for Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 1.
  • Differently from other representations, at this point the comic issues had vampires also able to transform into green creatures with red eyes, pointy ears, a wide mouth, and long teeth. Although, this seems more like an artistic choice, not having direct consequence to the stories.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Panel to Panel"
  2. "Bronze VIP Archive for January 17, 1999". Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering. Archived on April 12, 2016. Retrieved January 07, 2018.