Been wanting more Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Duh-ness, of course you do. Buffy is like Jell-O! Luckily, Joss Whedon is ready to deliver Buffy in a way you haven’t quite seen before.You may have seen the BTVS comics, but what about the brand spankin’ new MOTION COMICS? Yea. Didn’t think so. Read on!

New episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Motion Comic Series can be found on iTunes. These iTunes episodes are available for $.99/$1.99 (in HD) each, or you can purchase a season pass for $14.99/$29.99 (in HD.) All Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Motion Comic episodes (as they are released) can be found right here. Look for new episodes weekly.

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Come January (4th) all 19 of these episodes will be available to purchase on DVD, courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. These DVDs will have limited edition Jo Chen packaging and include a collectible reprint of Dark Horse Comic’s first book in the series.

Following the destruction of the Hellmouth in the explosive finale of the television series, Buffy and her trusted friend Xander have relocated to a citadel in Scotland to oversee the thousands of newly activated slayers from across the globe. Using their new home as command-central in their fight against evil, Buffy and her allies lead these new slayers as they take on vamps, zombies and now the U.S. government who declare, in the wake of Sunnydale’s destruction, that slayers are nothing more than international terrorists.

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Additionally, Jones Soda has 6 custom-themed Buffy the Vampire Slayer Motion Comic labels, which were given away (for free – gasp!) at Comic-Con 2010. We can only hope people saved those bottles!