The supernatural adventures of Buffy, Willow, Xander, Giles and the rest of the Scooby Gang look awesome in this fan-made tribute to both Joss Whedon's hit series and the point-and-click adventure genre.
In a recent Kotaku posting, artist Andrew Scaife was able to showcase his art depicting some of the most famous scenes from Joss Whedon's 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' TV series in a style inspired by LucasArts' point-and-click adventure games of the early 90s. Whether its the scene of the first episode where Buffy met Giles as he tried to get her to read the Vampyr book or the heart-wrenching scene where Xander tries to sacrifice himself to try and stop his childhood friend from destroying the world, Scaife did an excellent job at paying tribute to both Whedon and LucasArts at the same time.
Our favorite piece would be depiction of the 'Hush' episode from season four where everyone in Sunnydale lost their voice while the creepy Gentleman monsters would cut out people's hearts secretly since no one could scream for help. Check the rest out below.