How to Slay the Buffy Way: Badass Buffy Attitude and Killer Advice (Hardcover)
Buffy kicks butt! You can too! Relive some great moments from the series and vamp your approach to life.--Gena— From Gena
Empowering, inspiring and full of attitude, a full-color collection of the best lines and iconic scenes from the hit cult television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Are you ready to be strong?
Vampires, demons, forces of darkness, superpowers, mean girls, young love, homework, death. Over the course of seven seasons, Buffy, the teenaged heroine of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, faced these daunting challenges and more with badass courage and aplomb. Filled with supernatural drama, action, and humor, the iconic television series hooked viewers in the 1990s, and, twenty years later, still reigns supreme as “the Best Superhero Show” (GQ).
But Buffy the Vampire Slayer was more than just an entertaining TV series. Its depiction of a relatable young woman armed with fearsome power, burdened by expectations, and locked in a battle to save the world from monsters that slyly mirrored universal problems—loneliness, oppression, rules, social norms—transformed it into a cultural phenomenon.
Full of feminist attitude, wisdom and killer advice, How to Slay the Buffy Way showcases the best of seven seasons of The Chosen One, her friends, frenemies, foes, and her eternal loves, and celebrates Buffy’s unflinching approach to life. Rich in ’90s nostalgia and featuring iconic images from the series, How to Slay the Buffy Way is a treasure trove that inspires you to face any challenge and live fearlessly. As Buffy reminds us, “Seize the moment. Because tomorrow you might be dead.”
“Each page is filled with colorful stills from the show, paired with lines written in bold and beautiful script. There are even lines for every occasion, including saving the world, surviving school, falling in love, and fighting your demons”
“This cute book collects a bunch of sage wisdom and advice heard on the popular television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer...which are just as true today as when they were first uttered twenty years ago.”