History Franchise / Buffyverse

5th Dec '15 3:35:04 AM jormis29
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* The ''Angel & Faith'' comic series.

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* The ''Angel & Faith'' ''ComicBook/AngelAndFaith'' comic series.


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* ''VideoGame/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
* ''VideoGame/BuffyTheVampireSlayerChaosBleeds''
14th Mar '15 2:17:55 PM Laevatein
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The 1992 film, the spin-off comics published during the broadcast of the TV shows, and all the spin-off novels are officially non-canonical.

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The [[Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer 1992 film, film]], the spin-off comics published during the broadcast of the TV shows, and all the spin-off novels are officially non-canonical.
14th Mar '15 2:02:58 PM bwburke94
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!!Works that form the {{canon}}:

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!!Works that form the Buffyverse {{canon}}:



* CharacterOverlap

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* CharacterOverlapCharacterOverlap: Angel, Cordelia, Wesley, Spike, and Harmony all became ''Angel'' regulars after debuting on ''Buffy''. A few recurring ''Buffy'' characters, including Darla and Drusilla, were also transferred to ''Angel''.



* OurSoulsAreDifferent



* OurSoulsAreDifferent



* PresentDay
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits

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* PresentDay
PresentDay: Generally speaking, the televised Buffyverse took place around the same time it was broadcast.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfitsRagtagBunchOfMisfits: Both the Scooby Gang and the Angel Investigations team are this, at least at the beginning of the respective series.
14th Mar '15 1:52:01 PM bwburke94
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[[index]]



* The ''Angel and Faith'' comic series.

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* The ''Angel and & Faith'' comic series.




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[[/index]]
14th Mar '15 1:48:24 PM bwburke94
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* ''[[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer]]'' Season Eight, Season Nine and Season Ten comic series.

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* ''[[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer]]'' ''ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' Season Eight, Season Nine and Season Ten comic series.
14th Mar '15 1:47:52 PM bwburke94
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The universe of Creator/JossWhedon and MutantEnemy's ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'', some ''Spike'' comics, and in a later time period, the comic series ''ComicBook/{{Fray}}: Future Slayer''.

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The universe of Creator/JossWhedon and MutantEnemy's Creator/MutantEnemy's ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'', some ''Spike'' comics, and in a later time period, the comic series ''ComicBook/{{Fray}}: Future Slayer''.
14th Mar '15 1:47:39 PM bwburke94
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}''
* ''[[PostScriptSeason Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' Season Eight, Season Nine and Season Ten comic series.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
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''Series/{{Angel}}''
* ''[[PostScriptSeason Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' ''[[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer]]'' Season Eight, Season Nine and Season Ten comic series.



* The IDW ''Angel: After the Fall'' and ''Spike: After the Fall'' comic series.

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* The IDW ''Angel: ''[[ComicBook/AngelIDW Angel: After the Fall'' Fall]]'' and ''Spike: After the Fall'' comic series.
20th Aug '14 5:47:02 AM LondonKdS
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** In the ''Angel'' episode "Habeas Corpses", the Wolfram & Hart building's mystical security system has a last-ditch emergency mode of raising all dead employees as {{Flesh-Eating Zombie}}s, to ensure the death of whoever invaded it.

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** In the ''Angel'' episode "Habeas Corpses", the Wolfram & Hart building's mystical security system has a last-ditch emergency mode of raising all dead employees as {{Flesh-Eating {{Flesh Eating Zombie}}s, to ensure the death of whoever invaded it.
20th Aug '14 5:46:38 AM LondonKdS
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** In the ''Angel'' episdode "The Thin Dead Line", a KnightTemplar police captain raises dead cops as {{Voodoo Zombie}}s and has them continue patrolling the streets, ignoring their tendency to gratuitous violence.

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** In the ''Angel'' episdode episode "The Thin Dead Line", a KnightTemplar police captain raises dead cops as {{Voodoo Zombie}}s and has them continue patrolling the streets, ignoring their tendency to gratuitous violence.



** In the ''Angel'' episode "Habeas Corpses", the Wolfram & Hart building's mystical security system has a last-ditch emergency mode of raising all dead employees as FleshEatingZombies, to ensure the death of whoever invaded it.

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** In the ''Angel'' episode "Habeas Corpses", the Wolfram & Hart building's mystical security system has a last-ditch emergency mode of raising all dead employees as FleshEatingZombies, {{Flesh-Eating Zombie}}s, to ensure the death of whoever invaded it.
20th Aug '14 5:46:10 AM LondonKdS
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** In "Dead Man's Party", the zombies are VoodooZombies under the control of an evil spirit inhabiting a cursed mask.

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** In "Dead Man's Party", the zombies are VoodooZombies {{Voodoo Zombie}}s under the control of an evil spirit inhabiting a cursed mask.



** In the ''Angel'' episdode "The Thin Dead Line", a KnightTemplar police captain raises dead cops as VoodooZombies and has them continue patrolling the streets, ignoring their tendency to gratuitous violence.

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** In the ''Angel'' episdode "The Thin Dead Line", a KnightTemplar police captain raises dead cops as VoodooZombies {{Voodoo Zombie}}s and has them continue patrolling the streets, ignoring their tendency to gratuitous violence.
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