Angel: After the Fall, Volume 3 [NOOK Book]

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Full graphic novel, collecting issues #9-12: The main After the Fall storyline is back in the crosshairs in this 3rd volume of the series! Now that we've seen not only what happened after that epic, show-ending alley battle, but also experienced the First Night that Los Angleles went to Hell, it's time to find out what comes next. But it's not going to be easy. Longtime friends-turned-bitter-enemies Angel and Gunn are on a colision course with destruction, Gunn's master plan comes to light, and an old friend ...
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Overview

Full graphic novel, collecting issues #9-12: The main After the Fall storyline is back in the crosshairs in this 3rd volume of the series! Now that we've seen not only what happened after that epic, show-ending alley battle, but also experienced the First Night that Los Angleles went to Hell, it's time to find out what comes next. But it's not going to be easy. Longtime friends-turned-bitter-enemies Angel and Gunn are on a colision course with destruction, Gunn's master plan comes to light, and an old friend returns to help Angel in his darkest hour.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781613772997
  • Publisher: Idea & Design Works, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Series: Angel Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 274,013
  • File size: 58 MB
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  • Posted March 5, 2013

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    Just too much nothingness!

    The TV series Angel was great for its dialogue and collection of eclectic characters that formed this amazing family unit. The “After The Fall” storyline, which is to take place directly after the series finale, is a bastardized version of that concept. The characters are ALL there. Literally all of them. It’s the old adage when you don’t know what to write, include as many characters as you legally can. That’s what Brian Lynch does here. The dialogue is okay but not up to par with the show. The actual storyline is convoluted and ridiculous, and that’s saying something for a show that made an episode starring a puppet vampire. The art does an alright job but because there are so many characters, the artists struggle to differentiate between the masses of bodies. Honestly, this is just bad story-telling.

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  • Posted January 23, 2011

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    Yes, they're getting smaller

    It's here that the major flaw in switching a TV series to a comic series becomes evident; while I've greatly enjoyed the writing, art and story lines so far the second volume of the Angel series is a series of short reflections back to the night when Wolfram & Hart flung LA into Hell. It's emotional and engaging, but it's way too short and at $20 ($10 used) a pop it's just dissatisfying that there won't be another episode next week.

    I like, love, these characters and would follow them through a whole series in a reading-way-past-my-bedtime-on-a-school-night way. In a book or TV show these little snippets would be invaluable as mood builders and character defining asides. But as this book doesn't push the plot forward much (if at all), and is significantly slimmer than volume 1, I can't but be left feeling frustrated. Especially since the first graphic novel left off in the middle of a fight, and this one does little more than mention it.

    If you're a fan, of course you should check this out. But make sure to pick up the third too, because this won't be enough to sate your taste for angsty vampires and hell dimensions.

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  • Posted November 23, 2010

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    Unfortunate collection of "The 1st Night"

    I was really looking forward to see what happened the first night that Los Angeles went to hell after all the many startling revelations in the first Angel: After The Fall trade. Sadly, what I got where about sixteen interesting pages and the rest unnecessary filler. While the art ranged from decent to spectacular, overall the whole collection was a time waster and would've been a waste of many had it not been for my local library. To bad.

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  • Posted July 2, 2010

    Not as good as the first . . .

    but anything with Joss Whedon's name on it is still amazing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2009

    Good follow up to last volume

    Good writing, but the art & coloring could use some more attention. If your a fan of this series, it's worth the follow up. Overall, pleased with the novel.

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