Buffy 10. With the Faith arc over, nearly half of the Buffy Season 8 comics are not very good. This one, written by Joss, is certainly a step up, and features good use of one of his favorite devices: joking half-serious fantasy gives way, gradually, to a very real emotional rift -- here, one very persuasively handled. The joke with Dawn's clothes you can see coming from a million miles away, but I really did like that Willow's sexual fantasy involves Tina Fey. I myself have a tremendous crush on Tina Fey, and of course Whedon does too -- she is his archetypical adorable but overlooked nerd. The art continues to fluctuate between acceptable and just bad -- where exactly is Buffy's knee supposed to be in the very first panel of this issue? Any way you look at it she has some kind of awful withered leg in a shot that should surely be alluring -- this is a sex fantasy after all. This comic continues, and I don't hate it or anything, but Joss is not convincing me to NEED more Buffy stories.
In Comics News, everyone is talking about the outcome of One More Day. Newsarama has a lot of stories about it, but none of them seemed very interesting to me. Please tell me if I am wrong.