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| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.
|Angel Comic Books|
|Publication date||September 29, 2009|
|Published by||IDW Publishing|
|Written by||Kelley Armstrong|
|Comic Book Collections|
Angel: After the Fall (Volume Four)
Angel: Last Angel in Hell (Volume Six)
"Angel: Aftermath" is a hardcover collecting issues eighteen to twenty two of the Angel comic book series. These stories were written Kelley Armstrong and the penciller was Dave Ross. This lead to a noticeable shift in storytelling and art direction which proved unpopular with fans, causing Bryan Lynch and penciller Franco Urru being brought back for "Become What You Are"
- "Aftermath, Part One"
- "Aftermath, Part Two"
- "Aftermath, Part Three"
- "Aftermath, Part Four"
- "Aftermath, Part Five"
- Angel (5/5)
- Connor (5/5)
- Kate Lockley (5/5)
- Gwen Raiden (4/5)
- Desdemona (5/5)
- James (3/5)
- Elohim (2/5)
This comic picks up a fortnight after the end of the last issue which ended Joss Whedon and Bryan Lynch's canon After the Fall. The "Aftermath" art direction and writing style shifted away from realistic covers, close character resemblance and Whedon-esque writing. Another noticeable shift is the cast of characters. Though this is considered by IDW the continuation of their Angel series picking up right after issue #17 ended, popular writer Brian Lynch returned in issue 23 to wrap up his After the Fall arc officially.