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Angel has returned from the Hellmouth in Sunnydale... only to find that Gunn and Fred are now aligned with his mortal enemy, Spike. But as the two vampires must resolve their complicated history, new faces have emerged to threaten Angel and Spike's missions. The acclaimed team of writer Bryan Edward Hill (DC Universe's "Titans," "Detective Comics" and artist Gleb Melnikov Angel has returned from the Hellmouth in Sunnydale... only to find that Gunn and Fred are now aligned with his mortal enemy, Spike. But as the two vampires must resolve their complicated history, new faces have emerged to threaten Angel and Spike's missions. The acclaimed team of writer Bryan Edward Hill (DC Universe's "Titans," "Detective Comics" and artist Gleb Melnikov ("Saban's Go Go Power Rangers" ) kick off an all new era for Angel, Spike and the whole team as they begin a new mission to save Los Angeles from it's true enemy. And they just might pull it off if Angel and Spike manage not to kill each other. Again. Collects Angel & Spike #9-12


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Angel has returned from the Hellmouth in Sunnydale... only to find that Gunn and Fred are now aligned with his mortal enemy, Spike. But as the two vampires must resolve their complicated history, new faces have emerged to threaten Angel and Spike's missions. The acclaimed team of writer Bryan Edward Hill (DC Universe's "Titans," "Detective Comics" and artist Gleb Melnikov Angel has returned from the Hellmouth in Sunnydale... only to find that Gunn and Fred are now aligned with his mortal enemy, Spike. But as the two vampires must resolve their complicated history, new faces have emerged to threaten Angel and Spike's missions. The acclaimed team of writer Bryan Edward Hill (DC Universe's "Titans," "Detective Comics" and artist Gleb Melnikov ("Saban's Go Go Power Rangers" ) kick off an all new era for Angel, Spike and the whole team as they begin a new mission to save Los Angeles from it's true enemy. And they just might pull it off if Angel and Spike manage not to kill each other. Again. Collects Angel & Spike #9-12

30 review for Angel & Spike, Vol. 1: All the Devils Are Here

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Bringing Spike into the book instantly makes it better. Angel and Spike together make for an interesting dynamic. The story itself this arc is a generic demon story. The demon's powers change constantly without reason. Monster stories work best when they play by a set of rules. Really all the main plot is is a device to introduce Kate into the book and position Fred with Wolfram and Hart. Gleb Melnikov's art gets better with each arc. He was a good find for Boom. Bringing Spike into the book instantly makes it better. Angel and Spike together make for an interesting dynamic. The story itself this arc is a generic demon story. The demon's powers change constantly without reason. Monster stories work best when they play by a set of rules. Really all the main plot is is a device to introduce Kate into the book and position Fred with Wolfram and Hart. Gleb Melnikov's art gets better with each arc. He was a good find for Boom.

  2. 5 out of 5

    TJ

    I feel like this book is maintaining the quality it started with consistently— which is both good and bad, because it needs to get better. Adding Spike in as a lead is a good move, but it’s still unearned. I’m glad to see Kate incorporated, and I hope they use her well. I’m not a fan of what they’re doing with Fred, which is a shame. There was a cool, metaphoric story at the heart of this volume, but it’s kinda bogged down by all the underdeveloped characters and relationships. Still, another fa I feel like this book is maintaining the quality it started with consistently— which is both good and bad, because it needs to get better. Adding Spike in as a lead is a good move, but it’s still unearned. I’m glad to see Kate incorporated, and I hope they use her well. I’m not a fan of what they’re doing with Fred, which is a shame. There was a cool, metaphoric story at the heart of this volume, but it’s kinda bogged down by all the underdeveloped characters and relationships. Still, another fast read with good art. Continuing to be generous and round up to four stars, but maybe I’m just feeling so nice because compared to the Buffy title of recent months, this is way better. 3.5/5 stars

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Buchanan

    This series (which I'm reading as single issues) was well-served by not being directly involved in the Hellmouth crossover event with Boom's Buffy series. By comparison, its storyline is moving at a reasonable pace and the writers haven't tried to introduce too many familiar characters too quickly rather than bringing them in gradually the way such things typically happen. (I think the Buffy series has tried to do too much too soon after a strong first set of issues.) My only complaint about the This series (which I'm reading as single issues) was well-served by not being directly involved in the Hellmouth crossover event with Boom's Buffy series. By comparison, its storyline is moving at a reasonable pace and the writers haven't tried to introduce too many familiar characters too quickly rather than bringing them in gradually the way such things typically happen. (I think the Buffy series has tried to do too much too soon after a strong first set of issues.) My only complaint about the art by Gleb Melnikov is that the female characters have strikingly similar faces and some diversity of looks would be welcome. Of the pre-existing female characters, none of them bear any particular resemblance to the actors who portrayed them (none of whom looked at all like one another). In contrast, the male characters are easily distinguished and look like their respective actor counterparts. Otherwise, I like the over-all style.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Now we're getting somewhere. With Angel & Spike on the same page, it's time for plot lines to start sizzling into something bigger, as Wolfram and Hart make their move on Fred, and the mystery surrounding Gunn deepens. And all the while, Kate Lochley's on the outskirts just waiting to get her hands in. The main plot here actually isn't the main draw - it's a generic demon slaying puzzle with a few little hints at more for Kate further down the line. But the side stuff with Fred and Wolfram and Har Now we're getting somewhere. With Angel & Spike on the same page, it's time for plot lines to start sizzling into something bigger, as Wolfram and Hart make their move on Fred, and the mystery surrounding Gunn deepens. And all the while, Kate Lochley's on the outskirts just waiting to get her hands in. The main plot here actually isn't the main draw - it's a generic demon slaying puzzle with a few little hints at more for Kate further down the line. But the side stuff with Fred and Wolfram and Hart definitely has a lot of promise, and I'm intrigued as to where the flashback stuff is going too. It's not quite the Angel TV series, but it's not trying to be either; it's its own thing, and reveling in it. I'm still not overly sold on artist Gleb Melnikov, but I will admit that he attacks all of this stuff with gusto, and his enthusiasm is well placed even if his characters aren't. A good second phase for the book - it's taking a while to get going, but it's definitely got a good head of steam now. So of course, now it's having a writer change and being cancelled in four issues. God damn it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mike Jozic

    Another great volume in the BOOM iteration of Angel's adventures. I was curious how much of a tone change there might be with the switch to the Angel+Spike title but it was purely cosmetic. The writing and art are still totally spot on and this new version of these characters and how their story is unfolding remains compelling and keeps me involved and invested. I'm kind of worried about the next volume as it is the final chapter in the series (having been cancelled, most likely for sales) and th Another great volume in the BOOM iteration of Angel's adventures. I was curious how much of a tone change there might be with the switch to the Angel+Spike title but it was purely cosmetic. The writing and art are still totally spot on and this new version of these characters and how their story is unfolding remains compelling and keeps me involved and invested. I'm kind of worried about the next volume as it is the final chapter in the series (having been cancelled, most likely for sales) and the wonderful artist, Gleb Melnikov, has exited for warmer shores. I guess time will tell as to whether or not the series goes out on a high note but as far as Volume 3 is concerned, Hill, Melnikov, and Angel+Spike are firing on all cylinders. Highly recommended.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    This was fine, better than the last volume for sure. I think I would like it better it wasn’t meant to be part of the Buffyverse. I feel similar about the Buffy comics themselves. Both titles started out pretty strong, but went downhill quickly with that crossover. I think my biggest issue with the series is that these are such different iterations of the characters, and yet, we’re still expected to care about them as though they’re the ones we already know and love. I’m fine with change, but the This was fine, better than the last volume for sure. I think I would like it better it wasn’t meant to be part of the Buffyverse. I feel similar about the Buffy comics themselves. Both titles started out pretty strong, but went downhill quickly with that crossover. I think my biggest issue with the series is that these are such different iterations of the characters, and yet, we’re still expected to care about them as though they’re the ones we already know and love. I’m fine with change, but there is so little character development that accompanies it. I’ll keep reading because I’m a huge Buffy fan and I did like this better than the previous volume. However, I’m missing the Dark Horse Comics and even the IDW ones.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy Adams

    This is the first book I've been able to finish this year. Hooray! I just finished watching Buffy all the way through for the first time. So, I decided to read some stuff in the Buffy Universe to keep the fun going. This is the first thing I picked up (on Hoopla), and I was fooled by the "vol. 1" in the title, so I haven't ready the previous volumes that may have helped provide a little context. Overall, the story was pretty good and the art was decent. It's not something I'd read again, but I l This is the first book I've been able to finish this year. Hooray! I just finished watching Buffy all the way through for the first time. So, I decided to read some stuff in the Buffy Universe to keep the fun going. This is the first thing I picked up (on Hoopla), and I was fooled by the "vol. 1" in the title, so I haven't ready the previous volumes that may have helped provide a little context. Overall, the story was pretty good and the art was decent. It's not something I'd read again, but I like it because it has some characters I already know. Would recommend to fans of Angel and Spike!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #9 | #10 | #11 | #12 Total review score: 2.94 Individual issue reviews: #9 | #10 | #11 | #12 Total review score: 2.94

  9. 4 out of 5

    Devin King {ShadowKissedReader}

    Really enjoying this story progression, can't wait for the next issue. Wish Buffy would come into play though. Really enjoying this story progression, can't wait for the next issue. Wish Buffy would come into play though.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

    Hmmmm... They hate it each other. One with a soul, one without, seems like a tough partnership but entertaining nonetheless.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jason Chamberlain

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Louise Davidson

  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

    Cormon03

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rui Gui

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