The story running through issues 39-44 of IDW's comic-book continuation of Joss Whedon's TV-series `Angel' is collected as Angel Volume 3: The Wolf, The Ram, and The Heart HC (Angel (Numbered Hardcover)). The artistic style of this story is all over the place, with five different pencillers credited, and it jumps from silly cartoon to realistic without any obvious logic. Even the scripting seem a bit off, as if scenes, or at least panels, have been cut out when the story cuts back and forth. However, it was still readable and entertaining.
This is the conclusion of James' story, involving Wolfram & Hart, with Angel being sucked into the future just after leaving Connor in charge of the agency and heading out of LA to give him (Connor) room to `find himself'. It is one of those X-Men type of stories, where we see a dystopian future, where James has succeeded in turning the world into a demon breeding farm, so Wolfram & Hart bring Angel forward to try and stop him. Meanwhile in the here and now, the team are also tracking James down, and the finale involves a bit more time jumping before the story is brought to a conclusion, though with a "is this baby going to grow up to be so-and-so in the future?" dangling thread.
As I said above, it was enjoyable enough, but not one of the best in this series.