Saturday, December 30, 2006

The mysterious disappearance of

I didn't notice until a couple of days ago, that The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies has disappeared into the cyber-void, it's domain name having been taken over by some cheap-looking portal to a bunch of Buffy-free commercial sites. This was where I used to go to find academic articles relating to the Buffyverse, where I went to feel intellectual (though sometimes requiring a little help from a very thick dictionary).

A couple of blogs I found, commented on Slayage's disappearance and reckoned it would be back soon, but I don't know - it's been a couple of weeks now and there's still no sign of it.

Happily, I discovered Junior Watcher, and All Things Philosophical on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel: the series is still being updated.

I just hope that I still have enough working brain cells to understand it all.


Angela said...

I don’t watch that show, but I know how frustrating it can be when things you are addicted to go missing.

Angela said...

Not that I am addicted to anything bad, just chocolate and some TV shows.

Angela said...

Oh and blogging

Violet said...

Yeah me too - though not so much the chocolate :-)

jackie said...

hi violet
can you send me your e ad id like to e-mail u, and im about to watch silent hill, happy new year x
get dave to send it to rob soon

Don said...

It's moved, but still exists, you'll be happy to know. It's at and still intact.

Violet said...

don: yay!