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|Spike Comic Issue|
|Asylum, Part Three|
|Publication date||November 20, 2006|
|Published by||IDW Publishing|
|Written by||Brian Lynch|
Asylum, Part Two
Asylum, Part Four
"Asylum, Part Three" was the third issue of the Spike: Asylum comic book mini-series.
The one friend Spike had made at the Mosaic Wellness Center had been staked. Bad for her, but even worse for the guy who staked her. It was an all-out prison-style battle royale as Spike got revenge the only way he knew how - with insults, fists and sharp objects. But when Mosaic's dirty little secret came to light, it looked like Spike was going to have to call in some outside help to save the day.
- Spike's hallucinations including "Smile Time" demon puppets Polo and Ratio Hornblower and his mention of Vahla ha'nesh indicate that it is set after "Shells" but before Angel: After the Fall and Angel: After the Fall: First Night since Asylum features the meeting between Betta George and Spike. Since the events of After the Fall and First Night take place right after "Not Fade Away," Asylum should also take place at least before "Power Play."
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Pop Culture References
- Smallville - In Asylum #3, a character calls Spike "Brainiac," the character played by James Marsters in Smallville's fifth season.
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