|The information here, other than the errata, is from the Resources section in my book, The Gentleviewer’s Obsessive Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Second Edition.
My Buffy Music page has links to MP3s of much of the music that is heard on the show.
This site has a wonderful reference to the episodes and has many images. I consulted this site while working on my book to match episodes with writers. Visit them at at www.buffyguide.com/
This is the definitive reference for all things film and television and was a great way for me to look up names for the “Characters and Cast” table in my book. Catch up on more details on Buffy at the Internet Movie Database.
The Wikipedia entry for Buffy the Vampire Slayer has interesting tidbits of information about the show, and the Wikipedia page for Buffy and Angel music is a good resource for information about the music in the show. (I also referred to this this archived website for information about music on the show.)
I found additional references to the Mutant Enemy story and the music references at BuffyVerse Wiki. This is a collaborative encyclopedia in “wiki” form for everything related to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. The wiki format allows any registered user to create or edit any article.
Buffy-Angel Crossover Guide
I was able to polish the details of some of the crossovers between Buffy and Angel by consulting a wonderful table put together by Simon Hampnel on his Buffy-Angel Crossover Guide website.
The BuffyWorld site includes episode information, an index of slang, fan fiction, and more
Dark Horse Buffy Zone
Dark Horse publishes the Buffy Season 8 and 9 comics, and more. This is your source for Buffy comics and books from Dark Horse. (Don’t you wish they were called “Bad Horse” instead?)
The Buffy Collector site provides links, information, and collectibles for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and other Joss Whedon creations. These are also the fine folks behind the annual “Slay-a-thon,” which raises money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Slayer Lit site celebrates the literary offshoots of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and similar literary works, including Buffy and Angel novels by talented horror and fantasy writers.
There are several “Buffy” fonts available online. The best I’ve found so far and that I used in my book are “Rebuffed” and