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The Sunnydale High Yearbook Buffy The Vampire Slayer [Hardcover]

Christopher Golden , Nancy Holder
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fabul Dec 5 2012
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, frivolous, and quite pointless May 31 2002
Ideal for the Buffy fanatic who will understand all the in-jokes, appreciate the comments within, and recognise every single reference within the book. If you're looking for an episode guide, this is not it. It's a cute scrapbook of Buffy: the High School Years laid out like the Sunnydale High Yearbook, and includes plenty of pictures as well as articles about various school events and societies, with comments from the characters scrawled in (Oz's apology to Buffy for chattering on is hilarious) including a must-read poem by Cordelia and Snyder's remark that at least he can be sure that the school will remain standing long after she leaves it. The pictures near the end include information about each of the characters, ranging from the central figures like Buffy, Willow, Xander, etc to Jonathan and Harmony, to the once-off characters from Season 1 that we'd forgotten about, under headings like interests, activities, and a quote from each of them, as well as their memories. This is possibly the most detailed, for-the-most-obsessive-of-fans section, with characters' shout-outs to one another about various events. My favourite part of the book is one of the ads near the end, placed by a student who has a secret crush on Jonathan and hopes one day to tell him. Very sweet. For die-hard fans, a fun read.
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Really funny and witty with a lot of "inside" jokes for BtVS fans. The inside is just like a regular high school yearbook for any school...that was built on a hell mouth and had a mortality rate nearly matching its graduation rate. Great color pictures (HS Cordy, need I say more?) and quotes from the 3 best seasons (IMHO) of the late great BtVS. Thank God it lives on in FX reruns about 16 times a day and the DVDs are very reasonably priced.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Aug. 1 2003
I just bought this for my son , he and I are big buffy fans, I found it quite good and you can tell they put alot of work in to it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars BEST BOOK I OWN July 27 2003
By Brian
This is a hard cover year book, that has classmates signitures in it. The book is supposed to be Buffy's year book, so all of the messages refure to her. This was an original idea that deserves a good look.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Missing kids from SUnnydale High? Never! May 30 2003
Good pictures, but I could have wished for more. However, my 15 year old daughter and I were very pleasantly surprised to find "written greetings" by characters we know from the series in hand writing styles that are VERY in character. How did they do that!
If you read this book closely, you will find funny little hints at the reality of living in a town where classmates go missing and teachers are eaten " Uh, the homework ate my teacher"..
Worth the money!
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5.0 out of 5 stars You Can Own Buffy's Senior Yearbook May 22 2003
Ok, so it's not quite identical to the one we see at the end of "Graduation Day Pt. 2", but this is one of the most interesting and unusual keepsake books to come down the pike in a long time.
No argument -- Nancy Holder and Christopher Golden know the Buffyverse as only Joss Whedon would, and it reflects in everything they do. And the Sunnydale High Yearbook is a prime example.
Now, how to classify it -- it's not a reference manual for the show (that would be The Monster Book or The Watchers Guides, which Holder and Golden also worked on), but it is chock full of interesting tidbits. And it's not a fiction work; this is borrowed straight from the show itself.
Frankly, imagine if you somehow got your hands on Buffy Summers' senior yearbook, complete with signatures in the magins and even extra photos taped in covering the moments that the yearbook editor probably would have preferred stayed out. Now you have an idea of what this is.
There's a section on the sports programs, senior photos, an extensive "in memoriam" section, even ads posted in the back from places like The Bronze or the Espresso Pump. In a way, this book is neat because Holder and Golden put in a lot of thought as to what the other students might have been doing when they weren't interacting with Buffy and the Scoobies. Like, when they weren't picking on Lance or being possessed by hyenas, what activities might Kyle and his friends been involved in? Did Owen Thurman belong to any clubs? How about Jonathan Levenson? Harmony Kendall?
The Sunnydale High Yearbook fleshes out some of the backstory in a very believable way, making the whole world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer seem that much more real.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good but . . . March 25 2003
This "Yearbook" has some great photos of the entire cast during the high school years of Buffy TVS. Other than that there's not much going for it. I'm totally into Buffy TVS and I didn't feel particularly drawn to purchse this book. It's pretty good though.
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