So, here are the first two days at the con. I have LOTS of photos, video, and audio from the panels I went to. I wrote this up while I was there, at the end of each day, so it might sound weird reading all at once haha. I haven't really edited it yet to find out. :P
Is there a quote in the show somewhere where Giles defines what a hellmouth is? Like, I remember him saying something like "this is where the dimensions between hell and earth are thin" or something all Giles-y.
I checked the series premiere but didn't find anything.
I want it for my paper to define what the Hellmouth is.
I have 8 or 9 videos from both panels along with photos, so those of you who want the real deal on seeing Mark and Ron and then James, Juliet, Elizabeth, and Ken - they are great to watch! It was especially great to hear so much from Elizabeth, who has never really said much about the Angelverse.
OK, random question, but I think I have a few UK folks on my flist and people who might have other UK people on their own flist.
Does anyone need Buffy S1, S2, S3, S4, or Angel S1, S2 on a Region 2 (PAL) DVD? I think PAL-formatted DVDs work in the UK, France, and Australia.
I bought these YEARS ago before the idea of these being released in the US was even thought of, and since we now have them for Region 1 in the US, I don't need them anymore. If you know anyone who might be looking for them at a really cheap price please let me know, otherwise I'm just going to throw them out since no one in the US (unless they have a code-free DVD player) will be able to use them.
So...I finished my second of my two four page papers due next Monday (YAY ME!) so I took some time out to rewatch "Dead Man's Blood" since I recorded it on my TV Sunday morning and hadn't gotten to watch it on TV yet. Which got me thinking about the SPN-verse's vamps in general, and naturally comparing and contrasting them to the Buffy-verse vamps. I'm obsessed with vampires, and I have been since my first day of Buffy. So I don't know if I'm totally wanting to look into it more than I should, but I couldn't help but thinking about this stuff while watching "DMB."