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This special collection compiles five one-shots focusing on different members of Angel's supporting cast, each from a different creative team. Peter David and Nicoloa Scott focus on Illyria. Dan Jolly and Mark Pennington handle Gunn, Scott Tipton and Mike Norton feature Wesley. Jeff Mariotte and David Messina present Doyle. And Jay Faerber and Bob Gill offer up a tale of Conner.
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5th of 5 issue story arc: This special collection compiles five one-shots focusing on different members of Angel's supporting cast, each from a different creative team. Peter David and Nicoloa Scott focus on Illyria. Dan Jolly and Mark Pennington handle Gunn, Scott Tipton and Mike Norton feature Wesley. Jeff Mariotte and David Messina present Doyle. And Jay Faerber and Bob Gill offer up a tale of Conner.
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Is Spike's past coming back to haunt him? When a retired L.A. detective accuses Spike of a decades-old murder, the former William the Bloody finds himself on the run and forced to try to solve the most infamous unsolved crime in Los Angeles history. Where will he turn for help? What was Spike up to in 1947? And what do those monster-slaying luchadores Los Hermanos Numeros have to do with it? It's all-out action in the City of Angels! Written by Scott Tipton (Doomed) with art by Fernando Goni (Spike: Old Times).
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There's a vampire preying on the citizens of Los Angeles - nothing new for Spike and company, right? Only one problem: the attacks are happening in broad daylight! As Spike and Angel try to track down the killer, Spike finds himself struggling with something even more unexpected - his own guilty conscience. Can Spike put aside the demons of his past in time to face the vamp feeding on L.A.? Written by Scott Tipton (Spike: Old Wounds), with art by Fernando Goni (Spike: Old Times, Spike: Old Wounds).
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It's All Hallow's Eve, and what better group to spend it with than Angel and his associates? In this Halloween-themed annual featuring four special stories, everyone wears a mask of one kind or another... including Angel Puppet, out on a "Mystery Date," courtesy of Jeff Mariotte and Stephen Mooney, Illyria in "Unacceptable Losses," by Scott Tipton and David Messina, Cordelia in "Foreshadowing" by Christopher Golden and Steph Stamb, and Lenny in "Pencils and Paperclips, by James Patrick and Sean Murphy.
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IDW's final farewell to the Angelverse is full of the creators who have been telling stories about the vampire with a soul from the very beginning. Each tale will be a farewell from the writers and artists who have known him best. Creators include Elena Casagrande, Peter David, Brian Lynch, Jeff Mariotte, David Messina, Stephen Mooney, Daniel Roth, Chris Ryall, Patrick Shand, Scott Tipton, Franco Urru
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"Ancient. Alien. Illyria. Resurrected into the body of Fred Burkle (and burning all that she was in the process), Illyria remains one of the most mysterious creatures in the Angelverse. But when she seeks out answers to her existence, she must make her way back to The Deeper Well, and confront her own demons, old and new!
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5th of 5 issue story arc: Angel's back on the job in Los Angeles, tracking a mysterious cult, and working to solve a kidnapping. The only trouble is, a few old familiar faces keep showing up - faces he shouldn't really be seeing! And what does Spike have to do with it? Find out for yourself in this exciting story arc featuring the greatest head to head Angel/Spike battle ever!
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4th of 5 issue story arc: Angel's back on the job in Los Angeles, tracking a mysterious cult, and working to solve a kidnapping. The only trouble is, a few old familiar faces keep showing up - faces he shouldn't really be seeing! And what does Spike have to do with it? Find out for yourself in this exciting story arc featuring the greatest head to head Angel/Spike battle ever!
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"1st of 4 issue story arc: Ancient. Alien. Illyria. Resurrected into the body of Fred Burkle (and burning all that she was in the process), Illyria remains one of the most mysterious creatures in the Angelverse. But when she seeks out answers to her existence, she must make her way back to The Deeper Well, and confront her own demons, old and new!
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