Read Buffy the Vampire Slayer: One Girl in All the World (Season 11, #2) Online Free - As residents, it didn’t take long for Buffy, Willow, and Spike to find that there was something more behind the internment of the magical population in the government’s “Safe Zone” in the Grand Canyon. So when release becomes possible, Buffy and Willow grasp the opportunity despite the incredible risks they will be taking: relinquishing their magic and becoming “normal” humans, and . . . leaving Spike behind. The pair reunite with Dawn, Xander, Riley and Sam Finn, and the Slayer Faith. When Buffy reveals to the crew that the true purpose of the camp is to bring about the elimination of all supernatural powers worldwide, the Scoobies begin their mission. They will manufacture a great escape from the camp and follow the obscure trail of the Big Bad to its end. Extraordinarily, the trail seems to lead higher and higher in the ranks of the US government . . .
|Title||:||Buffy the Vampire Slayer: One Girl in All the World (Season 11, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
October 26, 2017
Buffy the Vampire Slayer wraps up its shortest season yet with One Girl in All the World. It's an okay finale to an okay season, but I feel like it was too preachy at times, and the last couple of issues were really not that good. Willow has become a character who is basically a walking, talking...
February 11, 2018
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With the world's supernatural community threatened by a shady government agency, Buffy and Spike must rage against beaurocracy itself before the true Big Bad is finally revealed in the second half of Season 11.
Like the first volume, I'm very impressed with how fresh and new...
December 23, 2017
The ending was a little anticlimactic, but overall this was a solid season! The first half was stronger though, IMO! Still, worth reading! I hope this creative team continues to go strong! 4/5 Stars!
March 14, 2018
The second half of Season 11 finds the government tightening the noose around all supernatural beings as they are stuck in an internment camp.
Willow and Spike are set to report but the Slayer "army" shows up early leading to a confrontation with Buffy and the Scoobies. While Spike decides to go,...
February 22, 2018
Okay, yeah, the big boss reveal is kind of lame, and Willow is kind of a walking, talking deus ex machina, and the story is kind of preachy, but whatevs, I really liked it anyway. Xander's part in things is hilarious (as usual), Faith's in town and is awesome, and the Spike and Buffy parts are so...
March 13, 2018
Ophelia Reyes, Secretary of the Supernatural, announces that they now are able to drain magicals of their magic. All unmagiced individuals will be allowed to go free. Many magicals object to this; non-humanoid and vampires would all be wiped out and are outraged. Buffy, Willow, and Spike withdraw... (hide spoiler)]
November 13, 2017
Aunque el primer tomo empieza muy bien, con un planteamiento muy adulto, por desgracia en esta segunda parte las cosas van volviendo a planteamientos más tópicos, y acabamos encontrándonos con un Big Bad de los habituales en la serie, y con un desenlace que se acaba resolviendo a base de tortas y...
February 11, 2018
The initial shock and excitement of how relevant the storyline is from the first volume has worn off, though there were some good moments where you knew the writers were paying attention to current events. This was simply enjoyable to see how the Scoobies pulled it off, though there was a little...
January 03, 2018
The first volume was an amazing set up, but the second didn't quite wrap up the story in an interesting way. It felt rushed, and the reveal of the "final boss" wasn't really impressive. This volume was a bit disappointing in comparison.
February 07, 2018
I was expecting a better finale for this season. It's probably the best one in the comics, so it deserved a better ending.