|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.|
|Spike Comic Issue|
|Asylum, Part Two|
|Publication date||October 4, 2006|
|Published by||IDW Publishing|
|Written by||Brian Lynch|
|Colorist(s)|| Matteo Gherardi|
Asylum, Part One
Asylum, Part Three
"Asylum, Part Two" was the second issue of the Spike: Asylum comic book mini-series.
An innocent girl was trapped in a high-security prison for the supernatural. Spike had checked himself in to get her back. But before Spike could even find her, he had to survive his first day. Vampires, werewolf gangs, vengeance demons, invisible men, giant eight-foot slugs ... every prisoner wanted to be the one who did him in. What began as a rescue mission quickly escalated into a battle for self-preservation.
- 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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- The Usual Suspects - A 1995 movie written by Christopher McQuarrie, directed by Bryan Singer, and starring Kevin Spacey. The variant cover for Asylum #2 references promotional material from this movie (which was also used for the DVD cover).
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