Vampire on Vampire Violence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9 First Look [Hellmouth Preview]

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has unveiled an unlettered first look at Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9, the next chapter in the Hellmouth Buffyverse super-mega-crossover event by Jordie Bellaire and David Lopez. From the press release:

The Slayer goes missing just as an evil force arises from the HELLMOUTH and threatens to take over all of Sunnydale, available in stores November 2019.

The events of the historic Buffy and Angel event, HELLMOUTH, have left the town of Sunnydale without its Slayer. And since Buffy’s missing in action, it’s up to the All-New Scooby Gang of Cordelia, Robin, Willow and Xander to save everyone in town. There’s just one problem—the Hellmouth is spreading evil throughout the city, putting everyone under its thrall. As the inhabitants of Sunnydale turn on one another, will the Scooby Gang be enough to save the town from utter chaos and destruction?

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #9 features cover art by Mondo illustrator Marc Aspinall, and acclaimed artists Kevin Wada (She-Hulk), Ryan Inzana (Ichiro), and Cara McGee (Black Canary: Ignite), as well as a connecting variant cover by artist Goñi Montes (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) that connects to HELLMOUTH #2 and ANGEL #6.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9 hits stores on November 6th, which means final order cutoff is next Monday, October 14th. Check out the preview below.

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(W) Jordie Bellaire (A) David Lopez (CA) Marc Aspinall
A HELLMOUTH TIE-IN! It’s up to the All-New Scooby Gang of Cordelia, Willow and Xander to save Sunnydale. There’s just one problem-the Hellmouth is spreading evil all over Sunnydale, putting everyone under its thrall. As the inhabitants of Sunnydale turn on one another, will the Scooby Gang be enough?
In Shops: Nov 06, 2019
Final Orders Due: Oct 14, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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