BEN IS GLORY AND BEN IS ALSO FRANK.
This is actually a pretty good summary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, TBH. UPDATE: As if this could get better, now Whedon’s done a Firefly doodle.
Time to find out who is your chosen one.
From epic romances to Spike and Harmony, Sunnydale has seen some action.
Charisma Carpenter wins Throwback Thursday with a photo of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast at their first San Diego Comic-Con appearance.
Seven seasons, 144 episodes, so many feelings. This is one attempt at ranking every episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from worst to best.
Think you spy a familiar face lurking in the background of a “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” episode? That’s probably because you do. More than a few future stars grace the Buffyverse.
Big Bads like Angelus, Glory, and The First get most of the attention and err… glory in the Buffyverse, but some of the most memorable villains are the Little Bads, including these little guys.
The show aired a long time ago, but with Joss Whedon blowing up superheroes all over the place, a whole new generation of viewers are set up to discover it. Here’s what you need to know.
She may have been Sunnydale’s resident bitch, but she was the only one who told it like it was. And for that, we should all become acolytes of Cordelia Chase.
We were all a little disappointed when we walked into our high school library on the first day of school and we learned the harsh truth: we weren’t the “chosen one.” Here, let me break it to you and Mr. Pointy slowly.
Stunt coordinator Jeff Pruitt just posted some rare, never-before-seen footage with the cast and crew of Buffy the Vampire Slayer during the filming of Season 2.
Not all bloodsuckers are created equal: check out this ranking of Buffy’s fanged enemies, allies, and occasional boyfriends.
There are some things we’ll never get over. WARNING: Spoilers for a whole mess of movies, TV shows, comics, and books — this is old news for most geeks, but proceed at your own discretion.
Can you believe it’s been 10 years since “Chosen” aired?
They made high school hell for our heroes, but beneath their harsh exteriors, these bullies were just tortured souls.
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Angel, Darla was one of the most consistently vicious vamps to stir things up. In honor of Julie Benz’s 41st birthday, here’s a look at Darla’s most impressive attributes.
In high school, you were totally the Zeppo.