Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 10)

{4.5/5} “We have seen that as new laws of magic are created, they are written in the book. Might words written in the book not then become the new laws of magic?”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 10 (6 volumes) by Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon & others, published in 2014-16

The old rules of magic are gone and the new rules are just being written — in the “Vampyr” book that Buffy and her friends have. Dracula decides he wants the book for himself. Other vampires are stronger than they used to be. Giles, who’s now a kid, rejoins the team. And Xander and Dawn aren’t sure they’re going to stay a couple.

The story is interesting, the characters felt like themselves, and there’s the appropriate mixture of seriousness and fun. The cover artwork is great and the interior artwork is good.

I previously reviewed season 9.

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