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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.
|This article is about the comic book mini-series. For the Angel episode, see Long Day's Journey.|
|Angel Comic Books|
|Long Night's Journey|
|Publication date||25 September 2005|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Includes Original Comics||Angel2 #1-4|
|Written by|| Brett Matthews|
|Colorist(s)|| Michelle Madsen|
|Comic Book Collections|
From IDW Publishing
Long Night's Journey was a comic book mini-series from Dark Horse Comics.
Angel was looking for a kidnapped child and stumbled upon huge powerful forces of evil. Angel fought some of the most threatening monsters around, including a vampire known as "Perfect Jheung" who had a surprising connection to Angel's past.
- Angel (4/4)
- Cordelia Chase (4/4)
- Charles Gunn (4/4)
- Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (4/4)
- Core (4/4)
- Perfect Jheung (4/4)
- Galahad (4/4)
The mini-series consisted of 4 issues, which were later collected in a single self-tiled trade paperback.
- "Long Night's Journey, Part One"
- "Long Night's Journey, Part Two"
- "Long Night's Journey, Part Three"
- "Long Night's Journey, Part Four
- "Long Night's Journey"
Behind the Scenes
- Artist Mel Rubi also penned comics such as Witchblade, Aliens, Darkness, and Predator: Mindhunter.
- Promoted as "Angel retooled and reinvented" by Dark Horse Comics, the storyline represents an attempt to make Angel a comic-book hero in a more traditional sense, battling against huge behemoths of monsters.
- These were the final Angel comics until IDW Publishing began publishing them in 2005.
- The title is presumably intended to evoke Long Day's Journey into Night, the classic drama by Eugene O'Neill.