Juliet Landau’s Drusilla Cancelled… For Now

It was to have been a new spinoff title for Buffy Season 9 at Dark Horse Comics, written by the very actress that played her in the TV show.

But Juliet Landau‘s Drusilla, promoted extensively in Entertainment Weekly, to be drawn by Hack/Slash’s Tim Seeley is now off the schedules. One issue of the five part mini-series was solicited for June, but you won’t be getting even that, at least not yet, blamed on “unavoidable scheduling issues.”

Do expect more Buffy series announcements to come relatively soon, however.

Here’s how that first issue of Drusilla was solicited.


Juliet Landau (W), Cliff Richards (P), Tim Seeley (A), Andy Owens (I), Cris Peters (C), Steve Morris (Cover), and Georges Jeanty (Variant cover)
On sale June 20
FC, 32 pages
As Drusilla flees through the streets of London, her savagery is witnessed by a documentary filmmaker who becomes fixated on her. He wants to bring the story behind such a unique and mysterious specimen to the big screen! His hunt for Drusilla, past, present, and future, sets him on a path of no return!
• Actress Juliet Landau writes Drusilla!
• Follows the events of Angel & Faith #9!


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