Buffy The Vampire Slayer came to a pretty perfect ending. After somehow reaching a record seven seasons for a show with such a ludicrous premise on paper (like, ditzy blonde is the only one who can defend the Earth from the evil forces of the supernatural), Joss Whedon's cult series wrapped up pretty nicely with the finale that tied up most of the dangling plot threads and managed to kill off one last fan-favourite character. Some weren't quite ready to let go, however, and so the series has continued on through an eighth, ninth and now tenth season...in comic book form. The new Buffy is free of many of the constraints the show constantly struggled against, from standards and practices to low TV budgets straining to match up to all that supernatural gubbins. Both of which, ahem, came to a head in the comics recently. Star-crossed lovers Angel and Buffy finally got back together, around about the time the Vampire Slayer started to exhibit some more comic book-y superpowers as an evolution, a protection for what's coming. Which is what she eventually used it for, but before any of that she and Angel had sex whilst flying through space, smashing through a mountain and doing reverse cow girl amongst the stars. Um.