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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: ''Ripper'' to Finally Happen

30 July 2007 12:23 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

It's been four years since we said goodbye to slayer Buffy Summers and her gang of Scoobies. Though creator Joss Whedon has been shepherding an incredibly popular season eight of Buffy in comic book form, fans have been longing for a new television or movie project. It looks like the wait may be over.

At San Diego's ComicCon International this weekend, Whedon excited fans by announcing that a deal to produce the long-awaited Ripper project is nearly complete. As fans know, "Ripper" was a nickname that Buffy's watcher Rupert Giles (played by Anthony Stewart Head) was given during his dark past.

Ripper was first discussed while the Buffy TV show was still in production but it never progressed much further than that. Whedon has said that he envisioned that a Ripper project would be in the tradition of classic English ghost stories. He also said that it would probably »


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