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|The canonicity of this article's subject remains dubious. Though it doesn't contradict official continuity, it has not been referenced in any confirmed canonical material.|
|Angel Comic Issue|
|Publication date||May 25, 2011|
|Published by||IDW Publishing|
Angel Yearbook is a comic book one-shot published by IDW. It is the final Angel comic published by IDW and is a celebration of their five year run on the series.
Yearbook consists of short stories set during various points in Angel history, with contributions from previous writers and artists.
...Dust to Dust
All the Time in the World
My Only Friend
- Written by Patrick Shand
- Art by Stephen Mooney
Fight for the Remote!
- Written by Daniel Roth
- Art by Stephen Mooney
Angel and Spike disagree on what to watch on television; Angel wants to watch hockey, Spike would rather watch Passions.
This One Time
Angel Invesitgations are contacted by Mikela, a woman with reality-warping abilites. Affected by Mikela's powers, the group find themselves jumping between various alternate realities, which include;
- A reality where Angel and Spike are both puppets.
- A reality where Angel is a Brachen Demon and Spike is a werewolf.
- A reality where Angel, Spike, and Illyria are babies.
- A reality where Gunn sacrificed himself and became Illyria's host instead of Fred.
- A reality where Angel saved baby Connor from being taken to Quor'toth by Holtz. Connor grew up on Earth, but Angel drove away his friends, allowing Wolfram & Hart to take over Los Angeles.
- A reality where Illyria saved Wesley from Cyvus Vail and returned to her true form, killing everyone but Wesley.
- A reality where Angel never left Sunnydale and Spike became the Champion of L.A. in his place.
Though tempted by these possibilties, Angel Investigations vow to fight for the life they've made for themselves, and defeat Mikela's villainous alternate self.
A Blessing and "The Curse"
- Written by Chris Ryall
- Art by David Messina and Franco Urru
IDW editor-in-chief Chris Ryall reflects on the company's five run on Angel, thanking everyone who was involved.
- Charles Gunn
- Alonna Gunn
- Harmony Kendall
- Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
- Winifred Burkle
- Betta George
- "The End"