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Sure, a lot of attention's been paid to Sunnydale's favorite vampire slayer, Buffy, but she's not the only character from Joss Whedon's "Buffy-verse" to make a successful transition from television to comics. Idw Publishing's ongoing "Angel" series continues this week as a new writer begins scripting the adventures of Angel, the vampire with a soul (played by David Boreanaz in the television series), and his demon-slaying crew.
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham jumps on board as the series' regular writer with issue #28, kicking off a six-part arc titled "The Crown Prince Syndrome." The storyline promises to explore Angel's new celebrity and the problems it creates — including a distinct lack of quality brooding time.
Idw has provided Splash Page readers with an exclusive first look at "Angel" #28, featuring a story by Willingham, interior art by Brian Denham and covers by Denham, Jenny Frison and David Messina.
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- Rick Marshall
Bill Willingham will join the writing team of Idw publishing's Angel: After the Fall, it was announced at San Diego's Comic-Con International. The Fables writer will take over as of issue #28, with a monthly supporting feature from Bill Williams. Willingham's story arc will feature Angel's son Connor as the main protagonist, with a legion of demons at his command. "We're going to have some fun with Angel and pick (more) »
- By Hugh Armitage
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