Tuesday, January 18, 2011

What a waste of great cover art.

While poking around my local Target store over the weekend, I ran across the newly-released "motion comic" Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight DVD. I had never heard of the motion comic format, but now I'm better informed: motion comics are cartoon/comic hybrids, and (judging by this one, at least) they are incredibly cheap-looking—i.e., stuff moves, but barely. Check it out:

Seriously, the combination of unrecognizable voice actors, C-grade animation, and terrible artwork (which we've been complaining about since the comic's debut issue) makes us even sadder that the legit Buffy cartoon never made it on-air.

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