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Although the word “vampire” may have been introduced in English in 1732, other Europeans had been recording stories about reanimated bloodsucking corpses for hundreds of years. Belief in vampires was widespread even during the early Enlightenment. Most Europeans stopped believing in vampires over the next century, although encounters and sightings persisted well into the 20th century in some parts of the Continent.

In Bulgaria, vampires were said to start out as ghostlike creatures before they could physically rise from their graves. In its early stage, the vampire could only be seen faintly by the human eye. During the night, however, their forms gave off easily noticeable sparks.

In 1863, the village of Dekekuoi was reportedly plagued by a mob of young sparkling vampires . The vampires attacked villagers, screamed outside their homes, and threw cow poop at pictures of saints. Although the vampires had not yet taken physical form, they could still be seen sparkling in the streets.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American television series that aired on The WB from 1997-2001 and then on UPN from 2002-2003. Inspired by the 1992 movie of the same name, the show (which was created by the film's screenwriter Joss Whedon ) continues the story. Buffy Summers ( Sarah Michelle Gellar ) is the Slayer, the young woman chosen by Fate to fight the vampires, demons, and other dark forces. Aided by her Watcher, Rupert "Ripper" Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), and a small group of friends dubbed the "Scooby Gang", she fights various evil forces.

Few of the main characters ever used a gun, partially as a result of their foes' lack of vulnerability to such weapons and also due to their being minors for the first 3 seasons. (The main characters are in 10th grade in Season 1). However, numerous antagonists and minor characters use firearms of the shows 7 seasons. The series also produced the spin-off Angel , starring David Boreanaz .

The swim team coach pulls a Beretta 92FS on Buffy when she confronts him in "Go Fish", and the coach ( Charles Cyphers ) and Xander (Nicholas Brendon) later fight over it. Patrice ( Spice Williams-Crosby ), an assassin from the Order of Taraka, pulls two Berettas on Buffy while dressed as a police officer in "What's My Line, Part 2" (S2E10). Police officers are seen with the weapon in various episodes. In "Band Candy" (S3E6) a Beretta changes hands several times. Initiative commandos carry the weapon in thigh holsters, Riley ( Marc Blucas ) drawing his in a bar in "Goodbye Iowa" A Watcher's Council spec-ops team carry a suppressed model in "Who Are You"

Although the word “vampire” may have been introduced in English in 1732, other Europeans had been recording stories about reanimated bloodsucking corpses for hundreds of years. Belief in vampires was widespread even during the early Enlightenment. Most Europeans stopped believing in vampires over the next century, although encounters and sightings persisted well into the 20th century in some parts of the Continent.

In Bulgaria, vampires were said to start out as ghostlike creatures before they could physically rise from their graves. In its early stage, the vampire could only be seen faintly by the human eye. During the night, however, their forms gave off easily noticeable sparks.

In 1863, the village of Dekekuoi was reportedly plagued by a mob of young sparkling vampires . The vampires attacked villagers, screamed outside their homes, and threw cow poop at pictures of saints. Although the vampires had not yet taken physical form, they could still be seen sparkling in the streets.

Although the word “vampire” may have been introduced in English in 1732, other Europeans had been recording stories about reanimated bloodsucking corpses for hundreds of years. Belief in vampires was widespread even during the early Enlightenment. Most Europeans stopped believing in vampires over the next century, although encounters and sightings persisted well into the 20th century in some parts of the Continent.

In Bulgaria, vampires were said to start out as ghostlike creatures before they could physically rise from their graves. In its early stage, the vampire could only be seen faintly by the human eye. During the night, however, their forms gave off easily noticeable sparks.

In 1863, the village of Dekekuoi was reportedly plagued by a mob of young sparkling vampires . The vampires attacked villagers, screamed outside their homes, and threw cow poop at pictures of saints. Although the vampires had not yet taken physical form, they could still be seen sparkling in the streets.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American television series that aired on The WB from 1997-2001 and then on UPN from 2002-2003. Inspired by the 1992 movie of the same name, the show (which was created by the film's screenwriter Joss Whedon ) continues the story. Buffy Summers ( Sarah Michelle Gellar ) is the Slayer, the young woman chosen by Fate to fight the vampires, demons, and other dark forces. Aided by her Watcher, Rupert "Ripper" Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), and a small group of friends dubbed the "Scooby Gang", she fights various evil forces.

Few of the main characters ever used a gun, partially as a result of their foes' lack of vulnerability to such weapons and also due to their being minors for the first 3 seasons. (The main characters are in 10th grade in Season 1). However, numerous antagonists and minor characters use firearms of the shows 7 seasons. The series also produced the spin-off Angel , starring David Boreanaz .

The swim team coach pulls a Beretta 92FS on Buffy when she confronts him in "Go Fish", and the coach ( Charles Cyphers ) and Xander (Nicholas Brendon) later fight over it. Patrice ( Spice Williams-Crosby ), an assassin from the Order of Taraka, pulls two Berettas on Buffy while dressed as a police officer in "What's My Line, Part 2" (S2E10). Police officers are seen with the weapon in various episodes. In "Band Candy" (S3E6) a Beretta changes hands several times. Initiative commandos carry the weapon in thigh holsters, Riley ( Marc Blucas ) drawing his in a bar in "Goodbye Iowa" A Watcher's Council spec-ops team carry a suppressed model in "Who Are You"

City of the Damned is a Judge Dredd story which was published in British comic 2000 AD in issues 393–406 ( 1984 –1985). It was written by John Wagner and Alan Grant and illustrated by Steve Dillon , Ian Gibson , Ron Smith and Kim Raymond . It was the first Judge Dredd story to feature time travel . Originally planned to last for at least twenty episodes, like earlier stories " The Judge Child " and " The Apocalypse War ", the writers got bored of writing it and wrapped it up early at only 14 episodes because they did not like time travel stories. [1]

During publication, four pages of artwork by Steve Dillon were lost, and Dillon had to replace them at short notice. He completed them in time and the relevant episode was published without the story being interrupted. The original pages were found years later and were published in issue 610, alongside the new versions so that readers could compare them.

Shortly after learning of the city's fate, which occurred months before their arrival, Dredd and Anderson become separated during an attack by a horde of monsters. Dredd is blinded when one of them impales both his eyes with its claws, but he still does not lose his determination to find The Mutant. In one of the most memorable scenes in the history of the strip, the blind and wounded Dredd crawls through every ordeal The Mutant can create for him, until – tortured to the limit of his endurance – he can take no more.


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