Angel: After the Fall, Volume 3
The main After The Fall storyline is back in the crosshairs in this third hardcover volume of the latest Angel series! Now that we've seen not only what happened after that epic, show-ending alley battle, but also experienced the First Night that Los Angeles went to Hell, it's time to find out... show more
The main After The Fall storyline is back in the crosshairs in this third hardcover volume of the latest Angel series! Now that we've seen not only what happened after that epic, show-ending alley battle, but also experienced the First Night that Los Angeles went to Hell, it's time to find out what comes next. But it's not going to be easy. Long-time friends-turned-enemies Angel and Gunn are on a collision course with destruction, and when Gunn's master plans get exposed, well, let's just say things get chippy. Experience all the action, drama, deception, and demonic humor you've come to expect from Brian Lynch (Spike: Shadow Puppets), joined this time with artist Nick Runge in the exciting continuation of Angel: After The Fall!
Publish date: March 24th 2009
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
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Series: Angel: After the Fall (#3)
Still not crazy about the storylines or the characterizations. But now I don't like the art either, so, nope, not liking this. This series keeps getting referenced in Buffy fandom - and it was enough when I was more active in this fandom - though so I want to finish this up Hopefully I'll h...
*Book source ~ Library This volume picks up where Volume 1 left off with that nutbanger of a cliffhanger. I have to say I spent a good portion of this story in mass confusion. I couldn’t figure out what the hell was going on and it made me cranky. The confusion cloud clears somewhat by the end, bu...
This was a bit difficult to read since it has been at least a year (or twoish) since I read Volume 2. Angel and Crew are still in LA, which is also Hell at the moment. There was a decent summary in the beginning but I was still a bit confused throughout. I'm also not a big fan of the art style for...
The best volume so far. It helps that the art's improved, but I think the big thing is that the trajectory of the story has finally settled. Narratively, it might have been a mistake to plop a huge flashback in the middle of the series, instead of just starting there and working our way forward. Nic...