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8-13-2010 @ 1:38PM
Turbine is owned by WBWB also owns Buffy TVSBuffyverse MMO!
8-13-2010 @ 1:28PM
I thought WB (CW now) gave up the rights to UPN sometime mid series?But a Buffy type MMO would be pretty hot, but I'd probably not play it so I wouldn't see a game company completely desecrate the memory of Buffy.
8-13-2010 @ 1:52PM
I think this would end up being bad. It's like Star Wars Galaxies, once everyone could be a Jedi. All slayers, fighting an endless wave of vampires. Doesn't sound so interesting now.
8-13-2010 @ 3:17PM
*spoilers*.......Ummm hello? At the end of Buffy there was an infinite number of Slayers. I haven't read Season 8 yet, but I highly doubt they retconned that...
8-13-2010 @ 5:10PM
@vandersveldt: No. No, there are still a whole bunch of slayers. The comics are pretty good, you should read 'em.
8-14-2010 @ 2:22AM
Buffy is tricky business when it comes to rights. The PROPERTY of Buffy is very different than the EPISODES of Buffy. Whoever owns the rights to show the episodes is irrelevant to who owns the property and can therefore license it. The actual property is owned by the producers of the original film, but they have thus far pretty much let Joss Whedon do whatever he wanted to with it, which clearly was a good business decision. Of course, as always, these producers recently decided it's a good idea to reboot Buffy without a single person involved in the television show, including Joss, which is possibly the most disastrous idea in the history of storytelling.
8-13-2010 @ 6:35PM
Here's a question, I've seen 6 collections in the stores. Is this all of Season 8? I don't want to read it until it's done, and then all at once.
8-14-2010 @ 2:26AM
The Buffy comics have no end in sight, so I would just catch up and read them as they come out, because you will at least be waiting for a few years for the series to end. They've already announced that when they finish season 8 (which is a 40 issue run in itself), they are moving right into season 9.
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