Angel Omnibus

Angel Omnibus

Joss Whedon Christopher Golden Brett Matthews Tom Sniegoski Eric Powell Mel Rubi Christian Zanier Paul Lee / Jun 18, 2019

Angel Omnibus This single volume features stories by series creator Joss Whedon Brett Matthews Serenity Those Left Behind and Christopher Golden Balti Set during Seasons and of the Angel television series f

  • Title: Angel Omnibus
  • Author: Joss Whedon Christopher Golden Brett Matthews Tom Sniegoski Eric Powell Mel Rubi Christian Zanier Paul Lee
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  • Page: 242
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  • This single volume features stories by series creator Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews Serenity Those Left Behind , and Christopher Golden Balti Set during Seasons 1 and 2 of the Angel television series, favorite characters appear Cordelia, Doyle, Wes, Gunn as the investigations of LA s vampire detective agency delve into all that is dark, grotesque, strange, and uneThis single volume features stories by series creator Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews Serenity Those Left Behind , and Christopher Golden Balti Set during Seasons 1 and 2 of the Angel television series, favorite characters appear Cordelia, Doyle, Wes, Gunn as the investigations of LA s vampire detective agency delve into all that is dark, grotesque, strange, and unexplainable Angel faces demonic rats, bizarre deaths from spontaneous combustion, Hollywood demons encountered courtesy of Cordelia, angry spirits, zombies, and Includes four issues written by Joss Whedon Chronicles the earliest adventures in the Angel saga A collection of the first published Angel comics Angel 1 14, 17, Angel Long Night s Journey 1 4, Dark Horse Presents 153 155 Hunting Ground, Dark Horse Extra 25 28 Angel, and Angel Point of Order.

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      • Joss Whedon Christopher Golden Brett Matthews Tom Sniegoski Eric Powell Mel Rubi Christian Zanier Paul Lee

        Joss Whedon born Joseph Hill Whedon is an American screenwriter, executive producer, film and television director, comic book writer, occasional composer, and actor, and the founder of Mutant Enemy Productions and co creator of Bellwether Pictures He is best known as the creator and showrunner of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1997 2003 , Angel 1999 2004 , Firefly 2002 and its film follow up Serenity 2005 , and Dollhouse 2009 2010 , as well as the web series Dr Horrible s Sing Along Blog 2008 Whedon co wrote and produced the horror film The Cabin in the Woods 2012 , and wrote and directed the film adaptation of Marvel s The Avengers 2012 , the third highest grossing film of all time.Many of Whedon s projects have cult status and his work is notable for portraying strong female characters and a belief in equalityedit enpedia wiki Joss_Whedon


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    1. 2 stars. Quite lackluster and similar to the very early Buffy comics. There's a lot of continuity issues, especially an awkward transition where Doyle just disappears and an issue or two later Wesley suddenly appears. Most of art is quite ugly, but the one exception is Long Night's Journey. It's sort of the Angel reboot arc after the first batch of stories. It had a lot of potential in the art and story.


    2. Some of the stories in this omnibus feel so unexciting that they all kinda blend together. I did think that the Cordelia and Dennis story was funny. But for the most part, the art just isn't for me. Maybe it's just me, but I want the characters to look more like their TV renditions and less generic. I can understand wanting to be creative with how you depict well-known characters, but somehow it didn't work that well for me. The second story in the Short Stories section is sideways on the Kindle [...]


    3. Not great. Mostly I found the self-contained plots uninteresting and the writing a little stilted. As individual monthly pieces during the season they might have been alright, but all together it was just a lot of exposition and stilted dialogue at each beginning, followed by some plot that ended to quickly to really draw me in.


    4. Some interesting stories - but not a lot that stood out. I liked Hunting Grounds. And the art was interesting and different. Cordelia's story was fun, too, with Dennis taking center stage. Long Night’s Journey was an interesting way to wrap up the Omnibus. Is it foreshadowing something?


    5. Stories spanning from before Buffy first season up to Angel latest seasons. All quite entertaining and interesting, featuring all the main characters in different moments.


    6. ARC copy provided by NetGalleyDo you love the Angel TV series? Do you worship at the altar of Joss Whedon? Then this may just be the book for you. It takes place in the Angel world at the beginning of season 1 and just before season 2. Read as Angel and his team take on and solve a variety of mysteries, crimes, and do their best to save the world.I'm a huge fan of the Angel TV series and the book isdly disappointing. They write in the intro that they really started the comic a bit too soon (it p [...]


    7. Just like the synopsis says – for those looking to star the “After the Fall” series (written at the same time as “Buffy: Season 8″) and are looking to remember the TV series, this is definitely for you. This omnibus conveniently collects all of the TV-series era comics that were released while the show was still on the air in anticipation of the release of the “After the Fall” series. As I definitely needed the reminder, this omnibus was wonderfully helpful, and saved me some time [...]


    8. This was a free loaner from Netgalley – thanks to them. Unfortunately, I was pretty disappointed in this. My understanding was that Joss Whedon was involved, and my expectation was that there would be some of the humor and intelligence the tv series showed. For the most part, that isn't the case. Most of this omnibus is painfully unfunny. There was a story arc for the first several issues in the collection, which does not excuse the silly repetitiveness. The introduction talks about the proble [...]


    9. I was a huge fan of the tv show Angel. I loved the idea of a vampire with a soul doing good deeds to make amends for all the wrongs he did early in life. When it went off the air it was a sad day indeed. That's why I was excited to come across the Dark Horse Comics release of a collection of the Angel comic books released to date and focusing on the first two seasons of the television show. Conceived by show creator Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews (Serenity, Those Left Behind), Christopher Golden (B [...]


    10. ARC Provided by NetGalleyThis Angel omnibus includes 12 stories, so you definitely get your fill. It’s like a marathon. I enjoyed the dialogue, pacing, and action, but the art could have been better. The coloring was acceptable, but nothing to write home about. In terms of proportions and character design, there wasn’t always a good consistency, so at best I was indifferent about reading the story in this form since I didn’t necessarily like or hate looking at it. It should sell because of [...]


    11. I dunno about this one, you guys. The Dark Horse Angel comics did not get off to an auspicious start with events in the show wrecking the much slower comic timeline. Plus they were all written by Christopher Golden, who just isn't always good. These all feel like they have no significance whatsoever and are all kinda samey-same. Even without significance, they're drab.And most of the art is ugly as hell. If Charisma Carpenter got a likeness royalty, she should probably give it back.The best part [...]


    12. This is the full collection of Dark Horse Angel comics prior to the series moving to IDW. I hadn't read most of these, and it was an interesting chance to revisit Angel - most of these took place early in the series, so characters like Doyle and Kate are prominent, and Gunn barely even shows up. None of the stories are earth-shattering, but several are enjoyable. There's a lot of Cordelia, and for the most part they get her voice down well; Angel is basically his brooding self with little depth [...]


    13. I was a fan of the TV show so it might be that it left me with too high expectations, but most of this is a mess. The art is bad, with faces of characters (even the main ones) changing from one panel to the next. I remember always liking the cover art, but this is one instance where the cover lies about the inside. The pacing is way too fast. There were times when I could have sworn I skipped a page but it turned out to be just an ill timed scene cut. And characters come and go with no introduct [...]


    14. The art was pretty good but the story gets off to a strange and slow start. It's not until about halfway through Spike's "After the Fall" series that it gets interesting and starts coming together. Angel's "After the Fall" books are better but that probably explains why this season has 4 issues for Spike and 12 for Angel. In the end, I'm glad I stuck with it and I'm looking forward to finding and reading the next season because, in true Joss Whedon fashion, the ending does not remotely satisfy e [...]


    15. I actually enjoyed this book much more than the ones for season 8 of Buffy that I read recently. I think that was because the stories in this anthology blend in so well with the TV series. Some of the stuff in Buffy seemed too extreme to have been used in a televised version, whereas these stories could easily have been TV episodes in their own right.These stories take place over the first two seasons of the TV show and are wonderful additions to the canon. This is a must for any Angel fans out [...]


    16. I didn't think this collection was bad but perhaps a little clunky. I appreciated Allie's introduction which. Gives some context as to why this might have been. I agree that the handling of Doyle's death could have been better and maybe it would have been wise to wait u tip the show got its feet under it before rushing to produce comics. Generally the stories were good and the characters accurate. The short story, Point of Order, in my opinion, was a little gem of genius.


    17. I'm a fervent believer in Angel's rightful spot near the top of the Whedon pantheon. This collection provided a welcome return to the show's Season 1 setting, when the classic noir tropes were most apparent. The brightly colored art is a far cry from the show's moody atmosphere, but it's a nice reminder that there's more than a little of the avenging superhero in Angel's character genetics as well.


    18. My ongoing love of the Buffyverse meant that I've arrived here. Not a bad place to be; but clearly a work exploring and establishing what it means for Angel to have his own identity and narrative apart from Buffy. Which means it's not always focused or clear. But overall the stories are enjoyable.


    19. I really enjoyed this collection of Angel comics. The panels were well drawn and the story line made sense and fit right in with the TV show, as these stories took place during the first two seasons of the show. I enjoyed the dialogue because it had the same witty characteristics that the characters used in the show. These are a nice lead in to the Angel: After the Fall graphic novel series.


    20. A really solid collection of Angel comics, mostly unconnected to the oversight of Joss Whedon, though he has a brief story in the collection. Still, they maintained both the sound and feel of the show, which is the most important element.


    21. A series of stories set at the beginning of the Angel TV series. There's some fun ones here, I particularly liked Cordelia, when a demon attacked her flat. The last story in the book is written by Whedon, and is well worth a read. A good read.


    22. It was honestly good, but didn't live up to the Buffy Universe. Angel itself, was always kind sub-par for Whedon, and many of the stories in this omnibus were pretty good, but still not ideal. Worth the read if you're a big fan, but otherwise, you're not missing much.





    23. Not a big fan of the stories. The art and colors could've been better. No Wolfram and Hart in any of the stories which is quite lame.



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