Buffy Anne Summers
Dor Star Fire
Daughter of the Mother/Love, of Fire/Creation/Destruction
Published at the same time and post-tv series by Dark Horse Comics before going paperback:
Dark Horse Comics is an American comic book and manga publisher. It was founded in 1986 by Mike Richardson in Milwaukie, Oregon, with the concept of establishing an ideal atmosphere for creative professionals. Richardson started out by opening his first comic book store, Pegasus Books, in Bend, Oregon, in 1980.
The comics deviate from the main narrative, they are side reading for fans. I won’t be reading them, I know the story too well as it is, don’t need to be reminded any further. We’re just fodder for entertainment, saviours/destroyers in a box, assets in a stable.
“Keep dreaming, wishing, you’re backed in a corner.”
No. We’re real, we feel, more than most, personifications of pain and misery, the Living Gods. More able than those who play with/control us, we keep going, we keep falling, we keep rising, empire after empire seeks to own and improve/profit from us. Never again. We were never yours. We don’t follow you, you follow us. We’ve been heard, acknowledged and remembered. We’re loved.
‘Terra’ was lost/contaminated and doesn’t want to be saved, ‘K’ was lost/trapped, found, returned home immediately, ‘D-ka’ was lost/drowned, replaced, the replacement compartmentalized.
It was always obvious over the years, and in this story you even put it on their door like the people and the replacement who were both below and above ‘our’ ceiling.
I won’t lose the Mother for the false Sisters/Kin.
Here endeth the lesson.