A long time ago, Joss Whedon and Jeph Loeb were on their way to producing a "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" animated series but even with the entire cast of the original live action series involved, they couldn't get it on the air (they managed to get Fox Kids interested but the studio collapsed after a Disney buyout).
Recently, though, a promo trailer for the series has mysteriously made its way online and it's as delightfully quirky as you'd expect. What does Loeb have to say about this? He tells MTV: "Everything still exists — the designs, the scripts. It’s such a ‘no-duh’ project, so why the hell not? All you need is to draw it. Eight years ago, there was no fascination with ‘Family Guy’ or ‘Robot Chicken,’ but there’s an audience now that could drive to it. You can’t stand in the way of pop culture.” Click through to check out the trailer.
|Extra Tidbit:||Loeb had previously mentioned that one of the episodes would revolve around Buffy getting her driver's license from a demon driver's ed teacher.|