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by James Marsters or
that we think Spike would like.

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Weetabix Whole Wheat Cereal,
8 Count, 15.00 oz
Price: $3.39

  • Organic
  • Good Source Of 8 Vitamins & Minerals
  • No Trans Fat
  • Perfect Way To Start Off Your Day
Spike: "Well sometimes I like to crumble up the Weetabix in the blood - give it a little texture."

Leather Trench Coat

Price: $299.99

Full-length leather trenchcoat. Distressed edges. Four-button front. Two side slant welt pockets and one inside chest pocket. 141/2" back vent. Poly lined. Leather. Black. S-M-L-XL.



Vintage Brush Chrome Finish Lighter from Zippo
Price: $16.95

Spike: Bloody fond of that lighter.

Jerome Russell Men's Bleach Kit

Price: $8.99

For highlighting and bleaching in the home or crypt. A complete, easy to use kit.



Zippo Jack Daniel's Lighter

Price: $28.95

Spike 2006 Calendar

Price: $12.99


Zippo Dodge Viper Lighter

Price: $22.50

ANGEL : You took my Viper.
SPIKE : My Viper now, mate. Possession's 9/10s.

Manchester United Scarf

Price: $19.95

Spike: The truth is, I like this world. You've got... dog racing, Manchester United. And you've got people.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Complete Series (Seasons 1-7) (1997)
Price: $247.91
Check out the video clip on the Amazon page of David Boreanaz and James Marsters discussing their favorite episodes!

DVD Features:

  • Available subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Commentary by Joss Whedon and others on various episodes
  • 143 episodes on 39 discs
  • Exclusive interviews
  • Featurettes
  • Scripts
  • Photo galleries
  • Number of discs: 39
Buffy Season 1
Buffy Season 2

Buffy Season 3

Buffy Season 4

Buffy Season 5
Buffy Season 6
Buffy Season 7
Once More, with Feeling


Spark and Burn
by Diana G. Gallagher
These Our Actors
by Dori Kogler

What Would Buffy Do : The Vampire Slayer as Spiritual Guide
by Jana Reise

What Would Buffy Do? explores the fascinating spiritual, religious, and mythological ideas of television's hit series Buffy the Vampire Slayer--from apocalypse and sacrifice to self-reliance, redemption, and the need for humor when fighting our spiritual battles.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike & Dru

By by James Marsters, Christopher Golden, Ryan Sook, Eric Powell, Joss Whedon

James Marsters used his skills as a screenwriter to craft a short story based on his vampire alter ego and his disturbed, bloodthirsty better half, Dru. This story, co-written with Buffy novelist Christopher Golden, is one of four stories included in the Dark Horse collection, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike and Dru.
Dracula (Penguin Classics)
by Bram Stoker, Maurice Hindle
SPIKE: Dracula? Poncy bugger owes me eleven pounds, for one thing. We're old rivals. But then he got famous, forgot all about his foes. That glory hound's done more harm to vampires than any slayer. His story gets out, and suddenly everybody knows how to kill us.
But you're not gonna catch him napping in a crypt. No, the count has to have his luxury estate and his bug-eaters and his special dirt, don't he?

The Annotated Dracula
by Bram Stoker, Leonard Wolf


The Essential Dracula
by Bram Stoker, Leonard Wolf

Leonard Wolf may be the world's most revered "Dracula" scholar. A native of Transylvania who left "the land beyond the forest" as a child, Wolf has taught and written about Bram Stoker's immortal novel for decades. In 1975, Wolf published "The Annotated Dracula", which remains to this day the most elaborately annotated edition of the novel.
Annotations in the form of margin notes are found on most pages of the novel. Some of the most intriguing notes include: recipes for the Romanian dishes on which Jonathan Harker dines, population demographics for Transylvania in the late 19th century, translations of old Mr. Swales' dialect, explanations of Victorian figures of speech, and the particulars of Victorian typewriters that Mina employs so frequently.

"The Essential Dracula" has retained and augmented the thousands of comments and explanations offered in The Annotated Dracula, but lacks its more than 100 illustrations.

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