Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eleven #2

by Alan Rapp on December 30, 2016

in Comics

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eleven #2 comic reviewTeased at the end of the season’s first issue, Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eleven #2 reveals where the real conflict is going to come this year. Unable to find the source of the dragon which destroyed much of San Fransisco, the Scoobies also spend time putting out small fires of mobs attacking witches and demons, blaming them for the recent troubles. As tensions rise across the country, the United States Government steps in with a solution: a census to register all magic and other-dimensional individuals. However as conflicts keep simmering, the government decides a more drastic “temporary” solution may be in order.

Although things go from DEFCON 4 to DEFCON 1 with an alarming rate of speed in this issue (due to the season’s shortened run), by the end of issue two we know exactly what this season is about. At a time where there’s a growing hatred for “others,” the season arc is certainly timely. The end reveal that the United States wants to round up a certain type of individuals and throw them into internment camps is certainly chilling. Just how will Buffy and the Scoobies respond? Unlikely to accept their fate, will they run? Or will the Slayer take on the U.S. Government? Worth a look.

[Dark Horse, $3.99]

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