Titel: IDW Publishing titles
Tank Girl, Angel: After the Fall, The Transformers, Fallen Angel, Starstruck, List of IDW Publishing publications, Locke & Key, The Transformers: Spotlight, Spike vs. Dracula, Kill Shakespeare, Silent Hill, 30 Days of Night.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 84 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 82. Chapters: Tank Girl, Angel: After the Fall, The Transformers, Fallen Angel, Starstruck, List of IDW Publishing publications, Locke & Key, The Transformers: Spotlight, Spike vs. Dracula, Kill Shakespeare, Silent Hill, 30 Days of Night, List of minor Transformers comics, G.I. Joe, The Transformers: Infiltration, Star Trek: Countdown, The Transformers: Megatron Origin, Singularity 7, Godzilla, The A-Team, Badger, The Transformers: Revelation, The Transformers: Stormbringer, The Transformers: Evolutions, Criminal Macabre: A Cal McDonald Mystery, Karney, Beast Wars: The Gathering, Connor: Spotlight, The Transformers: Devastation, Jon Sable, The Transformers: Escalation, Gunn: Spotlight, Star Trek: Early Voyages, 24: One Shot, Doyle: Spotlight, The Dreamland Chronicles, CSI, The Thief of Always, Maze Agency, Dead Space: Salvage, Star Trek: Assignment: Earth, Hero Happy Hour, Spike: Asylum, Auld Lang Syne, Welcome to Hoxford, Chiaroscuro, Old Friends, Spike: Shadow Puppets, The Curse, Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse, G.I. Joe: Cobra, Remains, The Transformers: Generations, FX, The Keep, Desperadoes, The Life and Times of Savior 28, Wynonna Earp, Night Mary, Richard Stark's Parker: The Hunter, Cobb: Off the Leash, Mars, Supermarket, Shaun of the Dead, Popbot, Star Trek: Nero, We Will Bury You, 30 Days of Night: Red Snow, Zombies!, Star Trek: Year Four, Zombies! Eclipse of the Undead. Excerpt: Angel: After the Fall is a comic book published by IDW Publishing. Written by Brian Lynch and plotted with Joss Whedon, the series is a canonical continuation of the Angel television series, and follows the events of that show's final televised season. Angel: After the Fall was prompted by IDW Publishing and Joss Whedon after the success of Dark Horse Comics' Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight which is the official comic continuation of Angel's mothershow, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Angel: After the Fall sees the heroic vampire, Angel, coping with the apocalyptic aftermath of the television series after he took over and subsequently betrayed the demonic law firm, Wolfram & Hart. The city of Los Angeles has since been sent to hell by Wolfram & Hart as a result of Angel's actions. The series follows his attempts to rescue the people he has sworn to protect. The first issue was released on November 21, 2007. Originally intended as a 13-issue limited series, After the Fall expanded into a 17-issue Angel series. After the Fall was then followed by an ongoing series, with rotating writers and artists but without the input of Joss Whedon. In addition to this, After the Fall has also spawned multiple spin-offs of its own. Spike: After the Fall bridges the gap between Spike's "First Night" mini-arc and his first appearance in After the Fall over four issues. A second five-issue spin-off, Angel: Only Human, picks up after #23, following Gunn and Illyria. A third four-issue spin-off, Spike: The Devil You Know was released. A new four-issue spin-off featuring Illyria will be released beginning in November 2010. IDW also announced an ongoing Spike title, another "canon" title featuring explicit Buffy Season Eight crossovers. In the editor's column in the back of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Riley one-shot released by Dark Horse Comics, Scott Allie announced that the Angel comics would return to Dark Horse in late 2011. It was officially announced on August 19, 2010 that the s