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Angel: After The Fall Vol.5 [Kindle Edition]

Stefano Martino , Kelly Armstrong , Dave Ross
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Springing out of Joss Whedon's Angel: After the Fall story line, novelist Kelley Armstrong (The Summoning) comes aboard to explore the many repercussions following the explosive last issue of Angel: After the Fall. Artist Dave Ross also comes aboard to present the first arc of AFTERMATH wherein we learn who lived, who died, and who will be forever changed from the experience.

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    Kelley Armstrong lives in rural Ontario, Canada, with her family and far too many pets. She is the author of the bestselling Women of the Otherworld series; the highly acclaimed Darkest Power young adult series and two adventure novels about a hitwoman, Exit Strategy and Made to be Broken. For further information visit

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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing 8 July 2010
    First off, a bit of history. Joss Whedon collaborated with Brian Lynch on the After the Fall storyline (Volumes 1-4). Whedon was not involved with this volume or Armstrong's work.

    Armstrong doesn't seem to understand the characters she has inherited. The dialogue is wooden (and gone is any noticeable trace of witty repartee for which the Buffy/Angel universe is famous). Established characters tend to act in strange ways that don't fit in with what we know of them. New characters are introduced that just don't fit comfortably within the Angel universe.

    Angel fans would do well to avoid this volume (unless you're simply satisfied with slapping the "Angel" label on any generic story).

    Pick up Volumes 1-4 and then Volume 6 (Lynch's brief return to the series for an After the Fall "Epilogue").
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars Not great. 10 Dec. 2009
    By Shrew
    Picks up where After The Fall left off and I was pretty excited to read this, however from the first page I could tell this wasn't up to snuff. First off the artwork definitely isn't top quality, in fact the characters faces are particularly bad as none of the characters resemble their on screen counterparts or incarnations in previous books and are, at times, hard to identify, also Angel himself looks like some kind of exaggerated caveman who's taken a few harsh punches to the face and has a constant expression of constipation.
    Then there's the story, which reads more like unadventurous fan-fiction than anything else. There are a few redeeming moments but otherwise I would not recommend this book for anyone who enjoyed After The Fall. Very disappointing.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Season 6 part 5 17 April 2014
    By 50 Squirrels of Grey TOP 50 REVIEWER
    The story running through issues #18-22 of IDW's comic-book continuation of Joss Whedon's TV-series `Angel' is collected as Angel, Volume 5: Aftermath (Angel (IDW Hardcover)). This is an excellent Angel (and co.) adventure. LA is back on Earth and the trip to Hell never happened, except for the fact that everyone remembers it. The Demon Lords who ruled LA are not happy at being killed and demoted, so are out for revenge on Angel and Connor. Kate is back and reopens Angel Investigations with the titular hero, but they have problems with stalkers, groupies and assassins. One assassin happens to be a were-jaguar, and has comes with a proposition for Angel. The Powers that Be also have a proposition for Angel - they have lost some of their own angels and need Angel (with a capital `A') to find them. The city council also hire Angel Investigations to clean up the loose ends of the apocalypse.

    It is back to regular service for Angel and Co. in this collection of issues. The art and scripting are excellent, and the sub-plots keep rolling forward. As old stories are closed, so new mysteries are starting to appear. This is an excellent collection, and a lot more up-beat than we have seen for a while.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Filler, Really fun, but still filler. 30 Nov. 2012
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    Angel aftermath suffers from 1 major problem, Its set right after the after the fall series. The story itself is rather interesting, a few twists and turn, some nice new characters and good character development that follows naturally from the last few issues. The return of a few old faces back into the mix is great and show that Angel can be great without the other main characters we all know and love as there MIA for a few reasons (Gunn and Illyria have there own spin-off, only human, and spike is just... well he's not there) this is good as it lets returning faces like Kate Shine and the new characters like Dez not feel undermined. Also the story adds a lot to the established Buffyverse mythos if your a fan of knowing everything and anything about the universe. If this story was read alone it would shine as a hidden gem, the problem though is that after the previous few issues the story just cant stand up to the fantastic run of after the fall, so if you've just read them you might feel a little let down as the story returns to a more grounded and slower pace. Overall its a good story which serves as some great filler until they decide where to go next.
    Oh and it looks pretty awesome to, different but still awesome.
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