Buffy the Vampire Slayer /

"Few could have predicted the enduring affection inspired by Joss Whedon's television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. With its origins in a script Whedon wrote for a 1992 feature film of the same name, the series far outpaced its source material, gathering a devoted audience that remains...

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Other Authors: Stuller, Jennifer K. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Bristol : Chicago, IL : Intellect Books ; The University of Chicago Press, 2013.
Series:Fan phenomena.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The best, worst, known, and not-so-known, pop culture influences on the Buffyverse / Jennifer K. Stuller
  • "Let's watch a girl": Whedon, Buffy, and fans in action / Tanya R. Cochran
  • Ficcers and 'shippers: a love story / Mary Kirby-Diaz
  • Interview
  • Nikki Stafford: organizing the Great Buffy rewatch of 2011
  • Buffyspeak: the internal and external impact of slayer slang / Liz Medendorp
  • "Welcome to the hellmouth": harnessing the power of fandom in the classroom / Amy Peloff and David Boarder Giles
  • Interview
  • Rhonda Wilcox: The "mother" of Buffy studies
  • Buffy, dark romance and female horror fans / Lorna Jowett
  • Seeing green: Willow and Tara forever / Kristen Julia Anderson
  • The art of Buffy crafts / Nikki Faith Fuller
  • Interview
  • Clinton McClung: founder of the touring "Once more with feeling" interactive event
  • Buffyverse fandom as religion / Anthony R. Mills
  • Interview
  • Scott Allie: writer, and senior managing editor at Dark Horse Comics
  • Unlimited potentials / David Bushman and Arthur Smith.