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Any '90s kid understands the cultural phenomenon that was Joss Whedon's Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Buffy, Xander, Willow, Cordelia, Angel, Giles and Spike staked a claim on our collective cultural hearts.


The gang of supernatural monster fighting kids was affectionately called the "Scooby gang" and '90s kids were never the same when the series ended.

Well, we got a pure dose of nostalgia this past weekend when much of the gang reunited at Wizard World Comic Con in Portland, Oregon last weekend. While Buffy herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar, was not in attendance, Willow, Spike, Cordelia and Xander—a.k.a. Alyson Hannigan, James Marsters, Charisma Carpenter and Nicholas Brendon—were all there.

Joining them were Julie Benz, Iyari Limon, Amy Acker, James Leary, Clare Kramer, Alexis Denisof and Amber Benson, who all played supporting roles during the show's seven season run.

We got blessed with photos of this glorious reunion.

They were all there for a panel, which looked pretty amazing.


Clare Kramer showed us that super-villain Glory can actually get along with the Scooby Gang!



...as well as the Scooby Gang's frenemies.


Anyone who shipped the Cordelia and Xander pairing got this special moment.


Even the show's creator Joss Whedon has some serious fomo.

As did the fans.



We need more Buffy, stat.

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"Your name is offensive."

Redditor InfiniteCalendar1 wanted to hear about some of the drama that's been thrown people's way, so they asked:

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