By Rhonda V. Wilcox
Even if tv is usually appeared down upon, Wilcox, one editor of Slayage, the net magazine dedicated to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, offers a compelling argument for it as an artwork shape as useful of admire and acknowledgment as movie or literature. She furthers her argument by utilizing Joss Whedon's iconic express as a salient instance, drawing at the intensity of the characters, the symbolism within the express, and the numerous real-world commentaries that permeate its narrative. the 1st half the e-book offers with every little thing from the importance of the characters' names in terms of their identities to parallels among Buffy and the Harry Potter saga, whereas the second one part deals special analyses of 7 of Buffy's best, most intricate episodes, together with those that care for the lack of Buffy's virginity and the just about solely silent episode "Hush." The library of scholarly Buffy titles maintains to develop, with Wilcox's considerate, obtainable quantity an honorable addition to it.