- Script by Christos Gage
- Art by Rebekah Isaacs
- Colors by Dan Jackson
- Letters by Richard Starkings and Jimmy Betancourt
- Cover by Steve Morris
- Published by Dark Horse Comics
What we're seeing again is people reacting to the Buffy and Spike relationship. When it happened the first time, back in Season 6 of the show, the other characters gave them hell about it all the time. When it happened again earlier this season, that same thing happened again. By this point, there's nothing to add to this, but they keep bringing it back up and going through the beats again, making the normally strong character beats feel like retreads. Even when it's being delivered by Harmony, the unexpected comic relief MVP of the series, it doesn't really connect as anything that we haven't already been over several times before.
The real disappointment is that there really isn't anything interesting in this issue. All of these problems are more annoyances than severe, structural problems that would at least make it interesting to talk about. Instead, it's just a nothing issue in a series that really should be so much more than that.