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Publication date November 21, 2007
Published by IDW Publishing
Includes Original Comics 44
Creative Team
Written by Brian Lynch
Joss Whedon
Kelly Armstrong
Juliet Landau
Bill Willingham
David Tischman
Mariah Huehner
Bill Williams
Artist(s) Franco Urru
Elena Casagrande
Stephen Mooney
Brian Denham
David Messina
Dave Ross
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Angel was an comic book series from IDW Publishing. The title began as a limited series subtitled After the Fall. This storyline lasted for seventeen issues, after which IDW chose to continue the series as an ongoing with new writers. While After the Fall was plotted by Joss Whedon and considered canon, the canonical status of subsequent issues is more ambiguous.

Premise

It was the official continuation of the Angel television series, picking up where "Not Fade Away" left off. The series initially dealt with the consequences of Team Angel's uprising against the Senior Partners, which was that Wolfram & Hart transported Los Angeles to Hell. In this situation, Wesley remained contractually bound to the sinister Wolfram & Hart; Gunn had become a vampire capturing victims under the pretence that he is rescuing them; and Angel's son Connor, ex-girlfriend Nina, and old acquaintance Gwen were working to provide a safehouse for the people of Los Angeles under siege by demons. Angel himself, and a friendly dragon, Cordelia, are forced to live in Hell as Angel discovers he is now human and vunerable. Issues #1-17 reflect this canonical arc written by Joss Whedon & Brian Lynch, with art by Franco Urru.

At the end of After the Fall, Gunn succesfully killed Angel causing the Senior Partners to create a temporal fold before they sent all of L.A to Hell. With L.A returned to normal the second half of the series focussed on the re-opening of Angel Investigations, and the how the characters dealt with their traumatic experiences. The story also branches off into several one-shots & limited series involving Gunn, Illyria, & Spike.

Continuity

The events took place after "Not Fade Away", but before "The Long Way Home, Part One".

Appearances

Publications

The series included 44 issues, which were later collected in several collections.

Issues

Cover Issues Release Date
Angel ATF 1 "After the Fall, Part One" 1 November 21, 2007
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
Los Angeles has been a demon war zone for months after Wolfram & Hart literally sent the entire city to hell in retaliation to Angel's actions in "Not Fade Away". Angel, having tamed a dragon, rescues citizens from the destruction and sends them to Connor, Gwen, and Nina for sanctuary. Meanwhile, the deceased Wesley is now an incorporeal representative of Wolfram & Hart, and Gunn has been turned into a vampire.
Angel ATF 2 "After the Fall, Part Two" 2 December 19, 2007
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
Angel travels to Santa Monica to protect Connor from a demon lord whose son Angel killed. Gwen tells Angel that there's a new player in the game, and shows him a phrase written in blood. Angel realizes who the person is and heads to Beverly Hills, where he reunites with Spike, who has become lord of the area and lives surrounded by harem of humans and demons. Angel and Spike fight briefly, and Illyria appears in defense of Spike. Meanwhile, Gunn has kidnapped Betta George and reveals that he blames Angel for being sired and wants revenge.
Angel ATF 3 "After the Fall, Part Three" 3 Janaury 14, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
Angel is attacked by Illyria, and gravely wounded. The Hell dimension is playing havoc with Illyria's powers, and she is time-skipping as she did in "Time Bomb". Connor arrives revealing that he and Spike have been working as partners; Spike's "Hugh Hefner" lifestyle is part of his act. Angel confronts the Lords of Los Angeles, and challenges them to a battle for all of Los Angeles in two days. On the final page, Angel's inner monologue reveals his wounds are mortal, and he is no longer a vampire.
A00a "After the Fall, Part Four" 4 February 20, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
At Wolfram and Hart, Angel is healed through mystic chants that fix his mortal wounds. Two demons arrive and beckon Angel to follow them, while outside, Gunn prepares for an attack on the building. Angel and Wes are taken to the town of Silver Lake, which is ruled by their old ally Lorne, who notifies them of his neutral stance concerning the upcoming battle. After Angel has a reunion with Groosalugg, Gunn and his vampire minions plant a bomb in the empty Wolfram and Hart building, completely destroying it. Wesley's ghost fades away as Angel prepares for the battle ahead.
Angel ATF 5 "After the Fall, Part Five" 5 March 19, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
Wesley has been transported to a void, where he has an argument with a disembodied voice over his role of being the last representative of Wolfram and Hart. Angel's allies consider their options with Spike being the most vocal about his desire to depart. The battle begins with Angel and all his friends at his side, thanks to Lorne's last minute rousing. Spike asks Angel for help concerning Illyria, as Wesley is returned from Hell and joins his companions. Spike reveals he never would have come to aid Angel had he known Wesley would be there. Illyria turns her attention to the scene, notices Wesley's arrival, and reverts back to Fred.
Angel ATF 6 "After the Fall, Part Six" aka "First Night, Part One" 6 April 2, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: various
Bookended by images of Betta George in captivity, the 'First Night' stories of Spike, Connor, and Lorne are presented in three sections. In the first section, Spike switches from self-congratulation and thoughts of retirement into defending innocents — including Illyria, who initially appears as Fred. The second segment displays Connor's internal conflict as he considers rejoining the fight, and is then inevitably drawn into it. The third section is presented in a cartoonish rhyming style, showing Lorne's path from Lindsey's murder to becoming lord of Silver Lake.
Angel ATF 7 "After the Fall, Part Seven" aka "First Night, Part Two" 7 May 7, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: various
The second 'First Night' issue initially focuses on Wesley's after-death awareness, including a visit from an unnamed female temptress who is acting on the Senior Partners' behalf. She pretends to be Fred, but Wesley is not fooled. The scene then shifts to Connor's situation; Kate Lockley arrives, armed to the teeth, and "rescues" Connor, taking him to her well-armed lair. In the present day, Betta George is still held captive by Gunn's lackeys, and it is shown that Gunn's vampires have been training against captive Slayers.
Angel000a "After the Fall, Part Eight" aka "First Night, Part Three" 8 June 11, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch, Scott Tipton, and Joss Whedon Artist: various
In the first section, Gwen is making out with a guy on the beach when Los Angeles is thrown into Hell. The change in scenery has caused the device regulating her power to stop working, causing her to accidentally electrocute her male companion. In the second section, a crazy guy is preaching about the end of the world when Los Angeles is sent to Hell. Finally, Gunn wakes up in a vampire's lair to discover he's been sired. Learning the vampires were ordered to turn him, he kills their leader and takes charge of the group.
A9-001a "After the Fall, Part Nine" 9 June 18, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Nick Runge
Angel and his friends defeat the Lords of L.A., who have misunderstood the true purpose of the Hagan Shafts. Lorne becomes the new Lord of all Los Angeles, while Angel goes to back to the Hyperion Hotel to do what he does best: help people. Connor makes his feelings for Gwen known to Angel. Wesley takes Fred to his corpse, where she reverts to Illyria, who reveals that Fred is still within her.
A10-001a "After the Fall, Part Ten" 10 July 2, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Nick Runge
Angel has a comic book-esque dream where a superhero version of Spike is protecting the city while the mortal Angel is now an old man. Spike is left looking after Wesley. Angel, Connor, Gwen, Nina, and Illyria question a vampire over who killed the lord in #1. Illyria reveals to Connor, Gwen, and Nina that Angel is now human. Realizing that Illyria knew he was human through her ability to detect power, Angel tells Illyria to use her ability to search for the vampires "sitting on the power". Gunn has Betta George attacked by slayers, and eventually, a desperate George uses his ability to mentally freeze them. Gunn then has George attempt to contact help outside of L.A., but George is surprised to learn that Gunn has tricked him; Los Angeles going to Hell has been covered up. However, Betta George has also contacted Angel for help. Angel arrives, ready to attack, after Illyria detected Gunn's gang, "vampires atop a structure brimming with power". Angel is horrified, however, upon recognizing Gunn in their midst.
Angel ATF 11 "After the Fall, Part Eleven" 11 August 13, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Nick Runge
Angel sends Fred away with Nina on the dragon, while he attempts to rescue Gunn. As Angel discovers that Gunn is now a vampire and his own life is in peril, Connor, Spike, and Gwen return on the dragon to help with the rescue mission. Gunn reveals his visions to Angel, then uses a magical talisman to reverse the spells on Angel: his glamour and all the healing spells. Angel lies bleeding, broken, and dying as the cavalry arrives, only to be shocked by Gwen's apparent betrayal.
Angel ATF 12 "After the Fall, Part Twelve" 12 September 4, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Nick Runge
Connor and Spike confront Gwen on her betrayal. Wesley is taken from headquarters to the scene of Angel's impending death, which spurs Fred's transformation into Illyria as she approaches the scene of a battle between Gwen and the dragon, whose name is revealed as Cordelia. On another plane, Angel is reunited with an apparition of Cordelia, meant to ease his transition. Wesley arrives and confronts Gunn with information from the Senior Partners: the visions are their own, and all they have wrought is part of a larger plan for Angel. He reveals Angel (and Angel alone) is still entitled to the future in the Shanshu prophecy, and delivers Angel a glimpse of it. Angel sees an image of himself as a vampire surrounded by dozens of dead bodies in the aftermath of an apocalyptic battle. This vision however, leads Angel to resign himself to death.
Angel ATF 13 "After the Fall, Part Thirteen" 13 October 22, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Stephen Mooney
Spike finds Gunn's captured Slayers, but they overpower him and he is slain. The Senior Partners send their larger army (legions of dragons) to the scene of the rooftop fray, and Cordelia the dragon is killed. Gwen, seeking atonement, sacrifices herself to destroy the legion in an electrical discharge. Connor makes his way into the building and defeats Gunn in combat, kicking him through the window. Connor's pleads to a dying Angel and helps him realize that he would never become a soulless vampire again; Cordelia's spirit bids Angel farewell after reassuring him of his status as a champion of good. While the group desperately encourage Angel to keep fighting and survive, Spike re-emerges seemingly alive, accompanied by the three Slayers who killed him. Gunn, on the streets, encounters Illyria and through feigning sadness and remorse, triggers her transformation into Fred, before he surreptitiously shoots her in the chest.
Angel ATF 14 "After the Fall, Part Fourteen" 14 November 19, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Stephen Mooney
A new demon army arrives in Los Angeles and takes Angel's body so that Angel can be resurrected to fulfill the prophecy. The source of Spike's own seemingly-impossible resurrection is revealed as a five-minute time reset used by Gunn to train his vampires against Slayers. Groosalugg and his black winged horse, also named Cordelia, slay many of Wolfram & Hart's dragons. Despite being interrupted by the demon army, Gunn manages to successfully restore Illyria to her original demonic form, with the intent of using her fully-restored powers to rewind time to before the Fall permanently. However, George looks within Illyria's mind: her frustration at being unable to create order leads her to decide to wholly collapse time - and with it, all existence.
Angel ATF 15 "After the Fall, Part Fifteen" 15 December 17, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
Illyria continues trying to unmake everything, believing that Fred would want to end everyone's suffering. She lashes out at and kills Groosalugg and many of the Spikettes. Gunn mortally wounds Connor and is defeated, but not killed, by Angel. Angel comes up with a plan to stop Illyria. Betta George focuses Spike and Wesley's memories of Fred into her mind, a "care bear stare", which paralyzes her long enough for Wolfram & Hart's demon avatars to take her out. Connor tells Angel not to let them win and then dies.
Angel ATF 16 "After the Fall, Part Sixteen" 16 January 28, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
At the conclusion of Angel: Season Five, all of Angel's efforts to save his friends and his city resulted in a hellish existence for all of them. Now, in the penultimate chapter of Angel: After the Fall, a final, climactic battle will see Angel live free or die for the final time.
Angel ATF 17 "After the Fall, Part Seventeen" 17 February 25, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru
At the conclusion of Angel the Series, Los Angeles and all its citizens were cast into a hellish dimension. Since then, Angel has sought redemption while dealing with the death and destruction brought on by his actions. But will anyone survive to see the conclusion?
Angel ATF 18 "Aftermath, Part One" 18 February 25, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
Two weeks after the finale of After the Fall, novelist Kelley Armstrong (The Summoning) comes aboard to explore the many repercussions following the explosive Angel #17. Artist Dave Ross also comes aboard to present the first chapter of Aftermath, wherein we learn who lived, who died, and who will be forever changed from the experience.
Angel AM 19 "Aftermath, Part Two" 19 March 25, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
As Angel and the remaining survivors from their sojourn to Hell attempt to rebuild their lives and find purpose once again, they must also contend with the threat of a vengeful Lord, a mysterious cat-changer and a winged being from beyond…
Angel AM 20 "Aftermath, Part Three" 20 April 29, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
Angel's attempts to return to normal have been upended by the cat-changer Dez. But who is she, and where does she come from? Find out here, even as a larger question — namely, who is Angel's angelic visitor from beyond, and who sent him here? — comes to light.
Angel AM 21 "Aftermath, Part Four" 21 May 20, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
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.
Angel AM 22 "Aftermath, Part Five" 22 June 24, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
With the the 'Angels' help, team Angel is able to release already captured 'Angels' but at what cost?
Angel AM 23 "After the Fall - Epilogue" aka "Become What You Are" 23 July 1, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: 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?
Angel AM 24 "Drusilla, Part One" 24 August 5, 2009
Written by: Juliet Landau and Brian Lynch Artist: Franco Urru
"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.
Angel AM 25 "Drusilla, Part Two" 25 September 16, 2009
Written by: Juliet Landau and Brian Lynch Artist: Franco Urru
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...
Angel AM 26 "Boys and Their Toys, Part One" 26 October 7, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Stephen Mooney
At 'Sci-Fi Fest San Diego' Angel sees how Hollywood views the events of After the Fall. But he is there for more serious reasons - the 'Flaming Sword' that killed him is up for auction. Who wants it the most and why? Spike turns up, curious about the movie, and the two vamps are forced to take on each others identities to stop the sword from getting into the wrong hands. But when Chaos reigns - will Spike make a better Angel than Angel?
Angel AM 27 "Boys and Their Toys, Part Two" 27 November 4, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Stephen Mooney
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, to say the least.
Angel AM 28 "The Crown Prince Syndrome" 28 December 16, 2009
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
An all-new adventure begins as Eisner-winning writer Bill Willingham takes Angel down some pretty twisted roads as the group's (and its leader's) fame starts causing tension and testing loyalties.
Angel AM 29A "Immortality for Dummies" 29 January 13, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
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.
Angel AM 30 Art "The Trouble With Felicia" 30 February 24, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
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?
Angel AM 31 Art "The Big Dustup" 31 March 17, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
While Connor tries to get his devoted army of demon soldiers under control, a new player steps up, and Illyria decides not to take Angel's continued absence lying down. Meanwhile, Eddie Hope finds out that being a force for justice has some major consequences.
32 "Roman a Clef" 32 April 28, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
As more vampires start running around Hollywood, Connor and crew must figure out a way to stop the carnage and deal with his little merry band of demon girls. Meanwhile, Angel has it out with his captors, before learning that things really can get weirder than he thought.
33 "Letters Home: A Jamesian Interlude" 33 May 26, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
Now that Angel is back in the fold, Connor must readjust to life as the Chosen One’s son. Luckily, he has an army of demon women at his beck and call. But nothing could really prepare anyone for what Illyria has in mind.
Angel33big "Bedroom Follies" 34 June 30, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
In the Angel family 'like father, like son' takes on a whole new meaning. With prophecies practically falling from the sky, Connor and Angel must figure out how to work together without getting back into bad habits. Meanwhile, Illyria's newfound interest in the prodigal son starts to get a little weird and the rest of the team wonders just what to do about ex-Watcher Laura Kay Weathermill.
35 "Prophet for Profit, Part One" 35 July 28, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Elena Casagrande
Sometimes being a 'chosen' one really sucks. Which is something Connor is about to find out when his little band of merry demon warrior women decide L.A. really needs to clean up its act. No human or supernatural thingie is safe from their swords. And not even Angel knows how to get them out of this mess.
36 "Prophet for Profit, Part Two" 36 August, 2010
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
When L.A. went to hell, everyone thought things couldn’t get any worse. Well, they were dead wrong. Especially now that the new Big Bad is officially out for blood. Meanwhile the magical fall out from The Fall continues to get weirder, and Angel find himself with more enemies than you can wave a sharp wooden type thingy at.
Angel37big "Prophet for Profit, Part Three" 37 September, 2010
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Soul-Eaters. Demon armies. Dusting limbs. Prophecies run amok. The Angel-verse is always a little bit strange. But with Connor’s life in danger, Angel has to step up and take back his city. The only problem is that it may be too late.
Angel38 "Cats in the Cradle" 38 October, 2010
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Death. Destruction. Destiny. None of these can compare with the betrayal Team Angel is about to face, the old enemy that's about to re-surface, and the epic showdown Angel and Connor are going to have to tackle together. And someone other than the readers finally wonders, just what the hell is really up with Spike?
Angel39 "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part One" 39 November, 2010
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Now that all the weirdness has been explained, Angel and company are looking to get back what they do best. Except an old enemy with the letters W and H comes back, Angel gets transported, and a whole new can of demony worms is opened. Literally
Angel40A "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part Two" 40 December, 2010
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Zapped...elsewhere, Angel discovers an old nemesis with a common foe, as James continues to turn L.A. into his own private demon farm. Can the enemy of his enemy be his friend, or is Angel about to get major league betrayed
Angel41 "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part Three" 41 January, 2011
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Angel quickly adapts to his new situation, only to discover that Wolfram & Hart and James are the least of his worries, as someone unexpected decides it's time to stop playing nice. Meanwhile, Connor and the gang are under attack at the new headquarters from yet another threat...
Angel42A "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part Four" 42 February, 2011
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Illyria finds Angel in deep trouble, and Angel finds Illyria...altered. The two of them must confront Wolfram & Hart, and the Big Bad, if they have any hope of rescuing L.A. Of course, it's not nearly that simple, and Illyria must make a sacrifice so Angel can do what he does best: be a hero.
Angel43A "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part Five" 43 March, 2011
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Time is quite literally running out for Angel. He must stop the ultimate Big Bad, Wolfram & Hart, and somehow get back to Connor before L.A. becomes a permanent demon farm. Can Illyria help, or is the sacrifice too great?
Angel44a "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, Part Six" 44 April, 2011
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
Now, it all culminates in this final issue. Story threads dating back to After the Fall #1 all tie together in this explosive last hurrah for Angel and his team. A your chance to say goodbye to the original vampire with a soul before he heads off into the twilight...

Collections

Cover Title Issues Release Date
AtFVol1 Angel: After the Fall (Volume One) #1-5 July 16, 2008
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Franco Urru
In Angel's final television season, his world ended... but his story didn't. Picking up where Season Five of the fan-favorite TV show left off, this first collection looks at who lived after that climactic battle, who died, and what happened to all of Los Angeles in its wake.
Hc02 Angel: After the Fall: First Night #6-8 September 9, 2006
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Nick Runge and Stephen Mooney
The second softcover collection of IDW's smash-hit Angel: After the Fall! First Night begins! What happened on the very night Los Angeles went straight to hell, the incident that ended the Angel television series with such a shocking cliffhanger? Why did the team go their separate ways? And how did Connor rise up to become one of Hell's greatest champions?
AtFVol3 Angel: After the Fall (Volume Three) #9-12 March 11, 2007
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Nick Runge and Stephen Mooney
Now that weve seen not only what happened after that epic, show-ending alley battle, but also experienced the First Night that Los Angeles went to Hell, its time to find out what comes next. But its not going to be easy. Long-time friends-turned-enemies Angel and Gunn are on a collision course with destruction, and when Gunns master plans get exposed, well, lets just say things get chippy. Experience all the action, drama, deception, and demonic humor youve come to expect from Brian Lynch (Spike: Shadow Puppets), joined this time with artist Nick Runge in the exciting continuation of Angel: After The Fall!
AtFVol4 Angel: After the Fall (Volume Four) #13-17 July 15, 2007
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Franco Urru and Stephen Mooney
The excitement of After the Fall continues in this latest offering from Whedon and Lynch. With truths revealed, master plans laid out, and people dying, it's clear evil is winning the fight in Los Angeles. In this decisive collection, a final climactic battle will see Angel live free or die for the final time. Soon the "fall" will be concluded, and the Aftermath will be revealed!
Aftermath Angel: Aftermath #18-22 September 29, 2009
Written by: Kelley Armstrong Artist: Dave Ross
Springing out of Joss Whedon's Angel: After the Fall story line, novelist Kelley Armstrong (The Summoning) comes aboard to explore the many repercussions following the explosive last issue of Angel: After the Fall. Artist Dave Ross also comes aboard to present the first arc of AFTERMATH wherein we learn who lived, who died, and who will be forever changed from the experience.
AngelVol6 Angel: Last Angel in Hell (Volume Six) #23-27 December 5, 2009
Written by: Brian Lynch Artist: Franco Urru and 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. 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.
AngelHC7 Angel: Immortality for Dummies #28-32 July 27, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Brian Denham
Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
Angel-Vol2 CrownPrinceSyndrome Angel: Crown Prince Syndrome #33-38 December 14, 2010
Written by: Bill Willingham Artist: Elena Casagrande
Now that Angel's back in charge, he struggles to keep his relationship with Connor from getting messy and discovers weird new things about Illyria as she tries to woo the prodigal son. Meanwhile, Spike gets into the prophecy business, Laura Kay Weathermill has some strange ideas, and a demon army of warrior women tries to "fix" L.A. You know, just another day for Angel and crew.
WR&HHC Angel: The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart #39-44 July 12, 2011
Written by: David Tischman and Mariah Huehner Artist: Elena Casagrande
IDW's final arc of ANGEL is an epic, bittersweet, last stand to save the city Angel loves! Ripped from the "now" into the far future, Angel discovers that if he doesn't stop James or "Myr", the not-angel, Los Angeles will end up as a Blade Runnery disaster of demon breeding farms and war. His ally in this stark world is Wolfram & Hart, who he knows better than to trust. Yet, it's clear that some things are worse than the Apocalypse. Maybe.
Angel PremiereV1 cvr Angel: After the Fall (Premiere Edition) #1-17 March 15, 2011
Written by: Brian Lynch and Joss Whedon Artist: Franco Urru, Nick Runge, and Stephen Mooney
Issues #1–17 of Angel: After the Fall are collected here, in this Premiere Edition hardcover! 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."
Angel TheEnd Angel: The End #28-44 December 11, 2011
Written by: Bill Willingham, David Tischman, and Mariah Huehner Artist: Brian Denham and Elena Casagrande
This is the end, beautiful friend. After years of fighting to protect his friends and the citizens of Los Angeles from the demonic hordes that populate this and other dimensions, ANGEL must say goodbye. Elaborate plans and selfless acts have come and gone, and now IDW presents the hardcover collection of Angel's final three volumes: Immortality for Dummies, The Crown Prince Syndrome, and The Wolf, The Ram, and The Heart into one glorious collection, including the never-before-collected Angel Yearbook.

Spin-offs

Several spin-off one-shots and mini-series were also created:

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