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Eisner award-winning writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina) tackles Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight with "No Future for You." When a rogue debutant Slayer begins to use her power for evil, Giles is forced to recruit the rebellious Faith, who isn't exactly known for her good deeds. Giles offers Faith a clean slate if she can stop this snooty Slayer from wreaking total havoc - that is, if Buffy doesn't beat her to it. Georges Jeanty (The American Way) remains at the top of his game as series artist, and Whedon stays on as "Executive Producer" in this direct follow-up to Season Seven of the smash-hit TV series.

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Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Contrairement au premier tome qui est assez destabilisant (changement de format, temps d'adaptation...?) ce tome 2 est de suite envoutant. On retrouve avec plaisir des personnages clefs de la série (en l'occurence Faith) et les interactions entre les personnages sont plus fouillées ce qui permet au lecteur de se plonger dans l'intrigue sans peiner.
C'est ce volume qui fait décoller la série en Comics, bien plus que le premier. Tout s'y met en place et on le finit en ayant hâte de commencer le suivant.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A brilliant arc in Buffy Season 8 14 mai 2008
Par Robert Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Warning! Spoilers ahead!

This Faith arc is the second major story to be told in BUFFY Season 8 and is a wonderful spin on Faith's own story.

Anyone who has seen BUFFY knows the story of Faith (and not merely in Andrew's fanciful version from "Bad Girls" in Season Seven). Faith is essentially what you get when someone from a broken home with all the attendant emotional difficulties becomes a slayer. Without a stable support network, in Season Three Faith falls prey to the Mayor, who gives her the kind of fatherly care she received from no other place. Largely thanks to Angel, she gradually gets her life back under control, but even so she remains an outsider compared to Buffy and her gang of new slayers.

In "No Future for You" Giles approaches Faith with a proposition. One of the new slayers had been killing other slayers. If Faith could get close to her and kill her, he would give Faith financial backing to go anywhere she wanted. What follows is a tragic story as Faith realizes that the killer slayer had been profoundly misinformed about Buffy (who she intended to kill). Instead of killing her, she hopes to give her the kind of second chance that Angel had given her. Unfortunately her good intentions are for naught, resulting not only in the new slayer's death, but in Buffy becoming more suspicious than ever of Faith's good intentions. Giles, however, understands more fully the nature of the situation, and with a newfound respect for how much Faith has grown as a person, asks her to team with him to take care of other challenging situations in the future regarding out of control slayers.

"No Future for You" was written by comics superstar Brian K. Vaughan, author of some of the best graphic work of the past few years, including PRIDE OF BAGHDAD, the wonderful series Y: THE LAST MAN, and, an especial favorite of mine, THE RUNAWAYS, Marvel's youngest and hippest group of superheroes. Anyone who has read THE RUNAWAYS will instantly sense how deeply it was influenced by BUFFY. So it was natural for Whedon to ask Vaughan to write one of the arcs in BUFFY Season 8. Interestingly, while Vaughan was writing "No Future for You," Whedon was taking a shot at writing the first post-Vaughan arc for THE RUNAWAYS. I actually have some hope that Vaughan might be able to contribute a script for Whedon's new series DOLLHOUSE, but that could be difficult since Vaughan is currently serving as executive story editor on the TV series LOST. But in a couple of years?

I actually preferred this arc to the first group of issues written by Whedon. Those were very good, but not quite as focused as these. But as Michael Scott might say, "They're all good."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential Buffy Reading 6 juin 2008
Par Pat Shand - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Some fans were on the fence about the first volume of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight. If "No Future For You," the second volume of the series, can't pull them off that fence and over to the rabid fan-boy/girl side, then nothing can, because this is just a solid, solid book.

Brian K. Vaughan takes on writing duties for the main part of this volume, the titular "No Future for You" miniseries. In the story, we catch up with Faith, who is still adjusting to living live as one of the good guys. Like most Joss Whedon (and Brian K. Vaughan, for that matter) works, this is a dark book with a lot of moral ambiguity that perfectly suits Faith and Giles, who is also a major part of this arc. Brian K. Vaughan's writing is great and his intricate knowledge of the medium of comic books makes this a better arc than Joss's own "The Long Way Home."

The story has Faith going up against a rogue slayer, which has her reflecting a lot on her own evil days. Through flashbacks, Vaughan makes strong parallels between Faith's past and the main action of this story, which takes place at a "fancy dress party" in England. Vaughan doesn't let us forget about the Scoobies, who are dealing with their own problems back at the Scottish castle. Another big plus about this story is that the Big Bad of the season is revealed on the final page of #9 (the conclusion to the "No Future for You" arc).

Also included in this book is a one-shot called "Anywhere But Here" (written by Joss Whedon), which is been one of the fan favorites from Season Eight. Artist Cliff Richards (the artist who drew many of the old Buffy comics) takes on art duties for this one issue, which shows Buffy and Willow having a very revealing heart-to-heart conversation... while they go up against a demon that causes reality to buckle around it. This issue alone is worth the price, because not only is it the best example of Joss's writing we've seen up until that point, but it's also a "very special issue" because it pays tribute to a disabled fan of the show who won a Buffy contest. Further comments on the artwork and stories of the individual five issues can be found here: Buffy #6, Buffy #7, Buffy #8, Buffy #9, and Buffy #10.

Overall, this isn't only a book that every Buffy fan should have, it's something that every fan of graphic storytelling should own. It's a perfect example of why this is such a great medium and how the comic book has evolved. It packs an emotional wallop, it's true to the heart of the show, and it's written by two great writers.

5.0 étoiles sur 5 All of the main characters look like the real person that they're based on and the ... 7 avril 2015
Par leofiregod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't have anything else to say about Georges Jeanty's art that I didn't already say in my review for Buffy season 8 volume 1. All of the main characters look like the real person that they're based on and the monsters look cool. I give this volume 5 stars for art.

I know who Brian K Vaughn is, but I've never read anything else that he's written as far as I know. I feel confident enough in whomever Joss Whedon hands writing duties over to when he's not writing it personally. I know Joss would never allow some substandard writing to be done as official canon of such a beloved creation. This volume brings faith and Giles into the season 8 story for the first time. I thought Vaughn's best work in this book was his interactions between Faith, Giles and whomever else Faith ran into. I'm not saying than any of his writing was bad. It's just that those interactions stood out the most for me. Faith is my favorite character in the Buffy-verse and I feel that Vaughn understands her character well. I'll have to pick up some of his other work to see if it is as good as this.

In my opinion, standalone issues of comics as well as standalone episodes of TV series are generally just filler material to bridge a gap between story arcs. Joss Whedon's work seems to be an exception to that. With episodes like Hush in the TV series and issue #10 that wraps up this volume, Whedon has proven himself very adept at telling a compelling standalone story that doesn't detract from the larger season encompassing story. Having Buffy and Willow tell each other about their fantasies that include Daniel Craig, Tina Fey, and not one, but two Christian Bales is purely Whedon-esque humor mixed into an otherwise emotional story.

I give Vaughn's 4 issue story arc as well as Whedon's standalone issues both 5 stars. When I'm reading these volumes, I can clearly see the scenes being played out live in my head and wishing that this show was still on the air.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Faith! 27 novembre 2012
Par JohnG1701 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
What has faith been up to? Well she's stuck in Cleveland trying to get out. Giles contacts her with a mission that will get her out, however by the end, she's decided to stay and fight the good fight. Find out how.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Faith is back! 28 juillet 2014
Par Ashley Ferguson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was really excited when I found out that Faith would be featured in No Future For You. She's always been one of my favorites, so I'm glad that she factors in to this season of Buffy! I thought it was really interesting that Giles chose Faith to save Buffy from the crazy English debutante Slayer, considering Faith & Buffy's history. It makes sense, I guess, since Buffy won't hurt another human, but still.

This volume seemed to be way more cohesive than the first volume, The Long Way Home. There's still a little bit about Twilight, but most of this volume is focused on Faith. I enjoyed the flashbacks from her perspective, even though I'd already known about them from the show. It was still interesting to see that, through everything, the only time she had felt loved was with the Mayor. She's felt alone at every other point in her life, and that's just so sad. I also enjoyed how Robin made a brief appearance, since he was such a big part of Season 7.

It did kind of annoy me how rude Buffy is to Faith. I mean, I know they don't like each other, but Buffy doesn't even give Faith any chance to explain anything. She just jumps right in to assuming Faith is the bad guy...even when her mission is to save Buffy. I was also annoyed when Buffy got mad at Giles for calling Faith instead of her. Come on, get over yourself. Things like this annoyed me about Buffy in the show too though, so at least she's consistently annoying.

The art in No Future For You was just as excellent as in the previous volume, and I was really excited that I could tell who Faith was supposed to be before they even mention her name. I love that the characters aren't exact portraits of the actors/actresses who played them (although the resemblance is much closer on the covers and included artwork), and that the artists portray them in their own style.

No Future for You is a closer return to the television show than The Long Way Home, I thought, and I'm hoping that the rest of the series continues in this direction. We don't learn too much more about Twilight here, but it's ok because we get to see a little bit of what Faith has been up to. I would definitely recommend this volume to anyone who has already read The Long Way Home, and I would recommend these comics to fans of the show in general. It's definitely not the same as watching season 1-7, but I think it's getting there! 4/5.
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