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ISBN: 160010732X
Author: Juliet Landau,Franco Urru,Stephen Mooney,Brian Lynch
Language: English
Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 25, 2010)
Pages: 192
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Comics
Rating: 4.1
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In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the . Good news is that I've finally gotten used to Franco Urru's artwork. If I squint really hard, the figures on page somewhat resemble the television characters.

In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the aftermath of the Fall. I will say that Spike, more than anyone, always looks recognizable.

6: Last Angel in Hell: Brian Lynch, Juliet Landau, Franco Urru, Stephen Mooney: Books,Angel, Vol. Angel Vol 6 Last Angel in Hell.

This volume collects Angel and the Angel: Last Angel in Hell . The TPB ends with "Last Angel in Hell" (Mooney once again on drawing detail here).

This volume collects Angel and the Angel: Last Angel in Hell Annual. It is illustrated by Franco Urru and is a slow paced aftermath type story involving Gunn and Illyria. Not bad per se, but more than anything else the set up for a Gunn and Illyria miniseries, which is not included in this volume. Here Lynch delivers the Angel "movie" that has been discussed in the "Boys and Their Toys" story.

Juliet Landau, By (artist) Franco Urru, By (artist) Stephen Mooney.

By (author) Brian Lynch, By (author) Juliet Landau, By (artist) Franco Urru, By (artist) Stephen Mooney. In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the aftermath of the Fall, which includes comas, insane asylums, a comic con, and even Angel's movie adaptation.

Last Angel in Hell" was a comic book one-shot from IDW Publishing. The comic adaptation began with a letter from the (self-absorbed) screenwriter of the Last Angel in Hell film, who related that the inspiration for the story came from his own experience during the Fall of Los Angeles. The screenwriter also promises a sequel. The adaptation and film began with an explanation of how a dinosaur was the first vampire on Earth.

Read the comic books Angel: After The Fall Vo. online on Bookmate. Stephen Mooney, Franco Urru.

In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the .

In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the aftermat.

by Brian Lynch · Franco Urru · Stephen Mooney · Juliet Landau. Dive in as series writer Brian Lynch and Angel overlord Joss Whedon tell the tale of what happened to ANGEL & Co. on the night that WOLFRAM & HART sent their minions into the alley in "Not Fade Away

by Brian Lynch · Franco Urru · Stephen Mooney · Juliet Landau. on the night that WOLFRAM & HART sent their minions into the alley in "Not Fade Away. Issues of Angel: After the Fall are coll.

Story by juliet landau script by juliet landau and brian lynch. Angel, vol. 6: last angel in hell HC. Art by franco urru color by fabio mantovani and paolo maddaleni. Color flats by chiara cinabro, 2B studio lettering by robbie robbins and neil uyetake. Written by brian lynch art by stephen mooney colored by tom smith/scorpion studios lettering by robbie robbins. May 2010.

Coauthors & Alternates.

by Brian Lynch, Juliet Landau, Franco Urru, Stephen Mooney. Coauthors & Alternates.

In possibly the craziest Angel volume yet, we find out what happened to Gunn, Drusilla, Angel, and Spike in the aftermath of the Fall, which includes comas, insane asylums, a comic con, and even Angel’s movie adaptation. With stories by fan-favorite writer Brian Lynch and a two-issue arc co-written by Drusilla herself, Juliet Landau, this collection shows you just how insane Angel’s world can get.

Comments:

Cae
After the epic glum and gloomy that was the After the Fall arc, things lighten up quite a bit. A patch of temporal reset, thanks to sly trickeration on Angel's part, and Los Angeles is back from being consigned to Hell. The twist now is that Los Angelinos remember what had happened, and they now regard Angel as their hometown savior. They treat him as a big celeb. This being Hollywood, there's even a big budget motion picture in the works, with Nicolas Cage tapped to play the brooding vampire with a soul (and, in the movie, Spike is a girl).

ANGEL Vol. 6: LAST ANGEL IN HELL collects ANGEL #23-27 and the ANGEL: LAST ANGEL IN HELL Annual. The opening story concerns a de-vamped Gunn recovering in the hospital and squirming around in a huge bed of guilt and remorse. Because of his vile acts in the hell dimension, Gunn has become a target for a slew of cheesed-off demons. Not that Gunn is defenseless, not with Illyria covering his back. This sets the stage for the Gunn/Illyria-centric "Only Human" arc. Note that this is, frankly, the only story that's truly relevant in terms of continuity in the Angelverse. The rest of the trade feels pretty much like filler.

Comes then a tale featuring Drusilla, that peculiar and unhinged vampiress. I'm not a big Drusilla fan; it's probably why I wasn't as enthused by her confusing misadventures in the insane asylum. Juliet Landau - who played Drusilla in the Buffy television series - co-writes the thing.

"Boys and Their Toys" is next, and it's probably the funniest Angel story since "Smile Time." Angel and Spike attend a sci-fi convention, and if that premise doesn't prep your funny bone, I don't know what will. There's some bit about Angel's search for a missing flaming sword which is supposed to be up for auction somewhere in the con (this is the same sword that killed him during the After the Fall arc, so you can see why he'd want to keep tabs on it).

Lifting a plot device from the "Halloween" episode from BUFFY (Season 2), a magic spell is cast which causes the con's attendants to become whatever costumes they're wearing. Now here's the inspired bit: Spike, for reasons explained in the story, has disguised himself as Angel. Writer Brian Lynch indulges in mass fan boy skewering in this one, gleefully mines the comedy out of this situation. If you think Spike's made fun of Angel in the past, wait 'til you get a load of him being all Angel-y and broody and martyr-like, all the while the real Angel (who didn't dress up as anything) stands around, being all bemused and peevish. It's hilarious! And can I just mention how awesome Groosalugg is? Also, Spike is reunited with his pal Jeremy (from the SPIKE: AFTER THE FALL mini-series).

Lastly, the ANGEL annual presents the comic book adaptation of the Angel movie. It's all very meta. It's also not very good. Brian Lynch, in some interview, maintains that the changes in the comic book adaptation are those that would've been made were the After the Fall arc actually made into a real film. Whatever. I thought this story was tired. And Rotten Tomatoes probably would cop a squat over that movie. Probably because it'd be directed by Uwe Boll.

Good news is that I've finally gotten used to Franco Urru's artwork. If I squint really hard, the figures on page somewhat resemble the television characters. I will say that Spike, more than anyone, always looks recognizable. Now who the hell is this Stephen Mooney artist guy? (Because he's actually not bad.)
Fordrelis
The story arc presented in volume 5 was no where present in this volume. Instead we get a bunch of random side quests with no real connection to each other. The first part is just a build up for Angel: Only Human. The next part is a crazy Drusilla story that confused the hell out of me. The last 2 do share one thing in common and that is the movie adaption of the first 4 volumes. One being just a quick scene from it at a comic con and the final short story was the final act of the movie. None of these move the arc forward started in volume 5. Only one out of the 4 have Angel in it. Even though I was disappointed that this stalled the story I am giving this 4 stars because it entertained me through out. The dialog was witty and had me busting a gut at some parts. The comic con was my favorite because it introduces us to the movie that stars nick cage as Angel, Hurly as gun and Spike is Angel's female love interest. Also it brought back the device that turns you into what ever custume your dressed in. Spike's transformation is worth the price of this graphic novel alone. I thought the movie was really funny but by the end I could not help thinking "what was the point". In closing you should get this knowing that it's a collection of random short stories which are very funny but does not move the plot forward.
romrom
I didn't like this book that much. The gunn and illyria section was ok, made me think the spin off might be worth it. The Drusilla storyline was excellent, the best of this book, unfortunately it was too short. The spike and angel at comic con was ok, not all that funny, and it was a retread of the buffy plot where the same exact thing happened. I also didn't find the movie storyline funny at all, and eventually wondered why I was reading it since it didn't have the characters I like or a plot that will matter in future stories. I didn't finish it. These angel books are just no where near as good as buffy season 8.
Rocky Basilisk
The comic con episode was my favorite. A refreshment after the not so great volume 5. Still waiting for them to get back on track with the story as volume 4 and 5 seem like filler.
Zeueli
Love continuation of television series...very good.
Vizuru
This story was all over the place. Hard to follow.
MEGA FREEDY
Certainly not the worst of books after "After the Fall". It's a little bumpy at parts because of the inconsistent writing but the comic-con story makes up for it.
I have been reading the "Angel, After the Fall" series in the trade "paperback" format since they were first released. I have not read many comics in my life, and, other than Angel, have only read 1/2 dozen or so other series. I was a big fan of Angel on TV (or, more precisely, on DVD as I never watched it when it was on TV) and have enjoyed seeing the story continue through these issues.

Unlike the other reviewer here, I really did not like this story arc. I found it rather boring, and did not appreciate the humor of the movie adaptation. I have preferred the earlier volumes as they are, in my opinion, a truer representation of the TV series.

However, one thing that remains great is the hard-cover presentation of these issues. I have always loved the quality of the book, the paper, the printing, etc, and this is in line with all of its predecessors (with the exception of the second hard cover which was not nearly as nice as the rest have been).

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