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Angel Aftermath #21

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Angel Aftermath #21
By: Kelley Armstrong & Dave Ross
Covers by: Nick Runge & Gabriel Rodriguez

The aftermath of the city's return from hell continues to plague Angel, leading to a confrontation with the Powers-That-Be and some winged visitors from beyond the pale, even as Connor and Gwen face off with Dez.

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Angel Aftermath #22

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Angel Aftermath #22
By: Kelley Armstrong & Dave Ross
Covers by: Nick Runge & Gabriel Rodriguez

The fallout from the Fall has left Angel beset by problems both mortal and from Above, and it all comes to a head here. Angel and the Potentates face one menace while Connor and Dez have their own problems to deal with. And what about the guy with the actual wings...?

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Angel #23: Become What You Are

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Angel #23
By: Brian Lynch & Franco Urru
Covers by: Nick Runge & Franco Urru

Since returning from Hell, Gunn has lain incapacitated, near death. Looking over him is Illyria, torn by a need to make him pay for his crimes and a compulsion to protect him. But what will she do when a threat from the pages of Spike: After the Fall causes them both to evaluate whether it's better to be good... or evil?

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Angel #24: Drusilla

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Angel #24
By: Brian Lynch & Franco Urru
Covers by: Nick Runge & Franco Urru & Sam Shearon

"Drusilla" herself, Juliet Landau, enters the comics Whedonverse by co-writing alongside Brian Lynch a special two-parter that brings Drusilla into the After the Fall universe. As an added bonus, each issue will feature a special back-up pictorial with Landau, too.

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Angel #25: Drusilla

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Angel #25
By: Brian Lynch & Franco Urru
Covers by: Nick Runge & Franco Urru & Sam Shearon

Juliet Landau continues her two-part Angel adventure that returns Drusilla to the fold in a bloody big way! Laundau, Lynch and Urru conclude Dru's adventure inside a special asylum, where she either just presided over an insane rampage, or imagined the entire thing...

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Angel #26: Boys and their Toys

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Angel #26
By: Brian Lynch & Stephen Mooney
Covers by: Nick Runge & Stephen Mooney

"Boys and Their Toys." Somebody has made a movie based on Angel’s adventures in hell! Angel and Spike go to a comic con to see how badly Hollywood has mangled true events, only to find themselves surrounded by supernatural evil at every turn. Can Angel tell the difference between an evil demon and a 14-year-old fanboy dressed as an evil demon? Is there a difference? The Angel: After the Fall team of Brian Lynch and Stephen Mooney throw Angel and Spike into an all-new hell!

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Angel #27: Boys and their Toys

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Angel #27
By: Brian Lynch & Stephen Mooney
Covers by: Nick Runge & Stephen Mooney

"Boys and Their Toys." Angel and Spike, who is now convinced he is Angel -- are thrown into a new kind of Hell as their battle at the comic convention gets hairy. Well, Furry, at least. Brian Lynch concludes his run on Angel, paving the way for next month's all-new creative team (while Lynch hops over to the upcoming Angel Annual and a new Spike series...)

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Angel Annual #1

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Angel Annual #1
By: Brian Lynch & Stephen Mooney
Covers by: Stephen Mooney

When L.A. went to Hell in After the Fall, so did thousands of screenwriters, one of whom wrote a movie based on Angel's experiences there. The first-ever Angel Annual presents an adaptation of Angel's travails, Hollywood-style, in Angel: Last Angel in Hell: The Official Movie Adaptation. Mooney presents two movie poster covers, one featuring the real Angel and company, the other with their Hollywood counterparts.

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Angel #28

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Angel #28
By: Bill Willingham & Bill Williams & Brian Denham & David Messina
Covers by: Jenny Frison & David Messina

An all-new adventure begins as Eisner-winning writer Bill Willingham (Fables) takes Angel down some pretty twisted roads as the group's (and its leader's) fame starts causing tension and testing loyalties. Starting in December, Willingham and new artist Brian Denham present part one of "The Crown Prince Syndrome!"

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Angel #29

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Angel #29
By: Bill Willingham & Bill Williams & Brian Denham & David Messina
Covers by: Jenny Frison & David Messina

Where has the "hero of L.A." gone? While Team Angel Investigations try to figure out how to handle the everyday demons, danger, and evil-doing on their own, Angel's whereabouts turn out to be part of a seriously sinister conspiracy. Plus: chapter of the Eddie Hope back-up by Williams and Messina.

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Angel #30

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Angel #30
By: Bill Willingham & Bill Williams & Brian Denham & David Messina
Covers by: Jenny Frison & David Messina

Things are not going so well for either our famously intrepid hero or his 'merry' band of assistant heroes. Spike and Gunn finds themselves committing rooftop shenanigans, Connor is in over his head back at the office, and Angel is starting to wonder if anyone is going to find him before he dies of boredom. And just what is Connor 'chosen' for, anyway?.

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