Spike: After the Fall
Poet, vampire, murderer, lover, hero, prisoner, slave - Spike has been called a lot of things. But, by the time this fight is over, he'll have one more name: Lord! Or "dust"... maybe we'll just call him dust, considering how it seems things are going in his immediate future. But after enjoying... show more
Poet, vampire, murderer, lover, hero, prisoner, slave - Spike has been called a lot of things. But, by the time this fight is over, he'll have one more name: Lord! Or "dust"... maybe we'll just call him dust, considering how it seems things are going in his immediate future. But after enjoying this collection of the four-issue Spike: After the fall series you'll be looking at the events of Angel: After the Fall in a whole new light, courtesy of Brian Lynch and Franco Urru!
Publish date: February 24th 2009
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 104
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
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, Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Series: Angel: After the Fall
I ship this. I actually RPed this at some point. I love Spike/Illyria. It's kinda perverse in a couple different ways, but I loved it. So this was kinda exciting. And so was this. I don't think Spike really loves her romantically. He appreciates what she did for him. It's ...
*Book source ~ Library Follows Spike and Illyria after the series finale of Angel where they battled Wolfram & Harts demon army in the alley behind the Hyperion and then W&H sent Los Angeles into a Hell dimension. Not sure of the timeline, but it’s not immediately after. It seems a bit of time has...
Thank you Scribd for getting my passion for Btvs and Ats back. Los Angeles has been transported to hell and Spike, happy that he survived another fight, decides to retire from fighting evil. 2 minutes later he is back in business saving humans with Fred/Illyria by his side. I enjoyed this volume qui...
So, this is what was happening with Spike and Illyria before they jumped back into action. I was actually kind of surprised by this miniseries. Spike's characterization (and, most importantly, narration) was exactly as it should have been, and the relationship dynamic between him and Illyria was ver...
Nothing objectively wrong with it, I just had no idea what was going on.