Angel: After the Fall, Volume 2: First Night

Angel After the Fall Volume First Night Summary First Night begins What happened on the very night Los Angeles went straight to hell the incident that ended the Angel television series with such a shocking cliffhanger Why did the team go t

  • Title: Angel: After the Fall, Volume 2: First Night
  • Author: Brian Lynch Joss Whedon Nick Runge Fabio Mantovani Kevyn Schmidt Mirco Pierfederici David Messina Stephen Mooney
  • ISBN: 9781600102318
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Summary First Night begins What happened on the very night Los Angeles went straight to hell, the incident that ended the Angel television series with such a shocking cliffhanger Why did the team go their separate ways And how did Connor rise up to become one of Hell s greatest champions About the Author 0Author Joss Lynch WhedonIllustrator 0Publisher Idea DesigSummary First Night begins What happened on the very night Los Angeles went straight to hell, the incident that ended the Angel television series with such a shocking cliffhanger Why did the team go their separate ways And how did Connor rise up to become one of Hell s greatest champions About the Author 0Author Joss Lynch WhedonIllustrator 0Publisher Idea Design Works LlcPublished Date 09 15 2008Format HardcoverISBN 160010231X of pages N A

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    1. Brian Lynch Joss Whedon Nick Runge Fabio Mantovani Kevyn Schmidt Mirco Pierfederici David Messina Stephen Mooney

      Brian Michael Lynch is an American film and comic book writer.

    512 thoughts on “Angel: After the Fall, Volume 2: First Night”

    1. Volume two dosn't pick up where the first volume left off. Instead, it goes back in the chronology to cover what happened right after the show ended. You know, events that volume one completely skipped over. I'm not complaining about seeing this, since it's the number one reason I picked up After the Fall in the first place. But it would have been nice if this storyline hadn't been inserted in the middle of the ongoing storyline from volume one. It's also irritatingly short, only three issues. I [...]


    2. Someone in Oak Park is a kleptomaniac with a thing for Angel comics, because he stole volume 1 and 3 of this series from the library. I can tell because the online reservation system shows they were due on the same day, three months ago. A hex upon thee, library thief!So I had to order these from other libraries, which is annoying because there is no way to control the order in which they arrive. For example, I got volume 2 first. I checked it out anyway, just in case the thief was planning to s [...]


    3. 4.5 I-Love-You-Angel-StarsThis episode doesn't start, where Angel: After The Fall Vol.1 left us. First we get some glimpses of the individual storys about our friends directly after or rather while Los Angeles goes to hell.But then we are back at the fight Angel vs. Lords of Los Angeles.Still there are many questions open about: Who is good? Who is bad? What is the big plan of Wolfram & Hart?And the big plan of the universe? What's it about Gunn?And when one question is answered a new one sh [...]


    4. The Good: The TV show ended on an epic cliffhanger, where the surviving characters were poised to enter what seemed to be a battle to their deaths. This volume finally answers the question of who survives and how. This alone makes the volume a worthwhile read.The Bad: Instead of following Volume 1, this goes back to where the show ended. It's what all fans want to know, but making the series out of chronological order is annoying. The artwork is spotty, in relation to the characters. This cover [...]


    5. Um This one was not about Angel, but pretty much about anyone and everyone else. It does give a bit of a back-story to some key characters and what happened to them in the moments right after the final episode of Angel faded to black, but how this was all lumped together makes for a rather boring read. I think it would have made the After The Fall serial stronger had it been spread out throughout the series instead of dumped on the reader all at once.


    6. Short. Not everyone I expected was represented, but I got a few surprise guests. It fits.I think I enjoyed Brian Lynch's commentary at the end even more than the comics themselves. Lynch really deserves a logo. And the drinking game is way less effective with tea.




    7. 1/5 stars. Too many backstories that are actually lacking story! These are simply handfuls of tidbit narratives (if you can call them that) about how the main cast characters (with the exception of Angel, which is a whole other weird point) survive LA's condemnation to Hell. Each character's bit ends before anything of real interest happens. There's even an issue about a civilian who we don't even know or care about. The art is crappy. Lorne deserved better and Beta George is still weird. I real [...]


    8. This is a great anthology rotating between characters (and artists) to depict different perspectives of the first night after the last episode of Angel. I especially love the lyrical prose in Lorne's story. And Brian Lynch's notes about this book, complete with references to other movie franchises and their subtitles, show what a humorous guy he is. I did not realize until I read his notes that Angel does not appear at all in this collection. Just goes to show how immersed I was in the other cha [...]


    9. This volume did not add much new to the story, instead is going back explaining what happened with Spike, Gun, Connor, Lorne, Wesley and Kate. I've been so glad to see Kate back in the game even for only a few pages. The First Night is filled with more picture and less text as every chapter is drawn by different artists and It's make it really cool to compare all these unique art styles.


    10. This was a quick read that fills, without much detail, the gap between the TV show and the first volume.Unfortunately, it was not that interesting and it felt like a filler, in my opinion this could have been done in single issue or two issues.


    11. Unfortunately, my library doesn't have any of the others in this series. I was lost and confused by what was happening in this volume. I wasn't impressed with the variety of art styles being used. I understand that each character was represented by their own style, but it just didn't work for me.


    12. Another great entryThe series maintains its high quality, really feeling like another series in the television show. The comic on civilians was especially interesting.


    13. Another great one. Captures the characters wonderfully. Smart dialogue. The recap and "deleted scenes/stories" at the end by Bryan Lynch are hysterical.


    14. This series is really throwing me off. It takes place between the end of the show and the beginning of the first book. The artwork is all over the place and none of the stories is really that interesting, with the exception on Wesley. I mean, Conner running around and hiding for 5 pages, really? Not a very strong follow up to the first book. I had thought the back story leading to the events in the first book would have been much more engaging and informative than what we were given.


    15. Since I bought so many volumes of the series at once, I figured that I might as well read'em all before decided what to do with them. So I read volume 2 that isn't really volume two, but a chance for the "artist" Franco Urru to take a break (oh, thank God). Not that I minded the filler issues as they contained the information that I think most people picked up the first volume for what happened after the credits rolled on that final episode.Every issue is illustrate by a different person and alm [...]


    16. Rather than one long story arc, this short volume (with a long title) tells a number of short stories, each about a different character, which all take place surrounding the same event: L.A. going to Hell. Warning: This means the stories take place chronologically before the events of Angel:After the Fall Volume 1 and do NOT continue that story. 2nd warning (or bonus, for some): Angel is not one of those characters. He's not in this book.I'm really please that they decided to go ahead with this [...]


    17. The second volume of Angel: After the Fall is a slight let down. Leaving the main story, that was left at the end of the last volume (or issue #5 if you will), this volume (collecting issues #6–8, a mere three issues) gives us the interlude: First Night.The idea is that after having been thrown into the action after the apocalyptic action over the previous five issues, we are now to be shown what happened on the very first night when L.A. fell into Hell. Or more precisely, what happened to a l [...]


    18. I read this book over a month ago and forgot to rate it. As with volume 1 of this series, my sister bought it at a used book store thinking it would be awesome since she loved the TV series so much. She read this and the rest of the first 5 volumes of the series and hated it. She was wanting to trade this in so I read it really fast before they left to trade it in. This volume picks up where volume 1 should have started, at the time of the last episode of the TV series. The volume ends up jumpin [...]


    19. Reason for Reading: Next in the series.Summary: After the shocking ending of Vol. 1, Vol. 2 leaves us hanging and backs up in time to the first night after the ending of the television series. This book is smaller containing only 3 comics that contain vignettes of all the characters showing us where they ended up that first night, why they are no longer all together and how they came to be in the situations we find them in Vol. 1. Angel himself is not in this volume at all, which is a little odd [...]


    20. Once again, I read this comic in one night, and once again it was at the behest of my girlfriend. Well, to be fair, we had just finished introducing her to Angel: the Series, and of course I couldn't hold myself back from raving about 'what happens next'.While she was on a sofa reading the first set of comics, I sat back and went through the First Night saga. In it, we have characters we'd expect to see experiencing their first night after L.A. is pulled down into hell: Spike, Lorne, Gunn, Wesle [...]


    21. The first volume in the series might have felt like a bit of a jump from the very end of the series, but Whedon and his team has produced a series of vignettes that explains what happened to each of the major characters (as well as the city's citizens) the night Los Angeles fell to the forces of Hell. What set them up on the path that led them to make the choices they have made?The hardest part of the end of the series was that it just ended with a cliffhanger. Angel and his friends were literal [...]


    22. It's here that the major flaw in switching a TV series to a comic series becomes evident; while I've greatly enjoyed the writing, art and story lines so far the second volume of the Angel series is a series of short reflections back to the night when Wolfram & Hart flung LA into Hell. It's emotional and engaging, but it's way too short and at $20 ($10 used) a pop it's just dissatisfying that there won't be another episode next week. I like, love, these characters and would follow them throug [...]


    23. *Book source ~ LibraryEven though this is Volume 2, this graphic novel takes place right after the end of Angel Season 5, Episode 22 Not Fade Away. It contains short stories about what happens to many characters from the series: Betta (comics), Spike, Illyria, Connor, Lorne, Wesley, Kate, Gwen, Gunn and Civilians. There is also an art gallery at the end followed by some exposé by Brian Lynch. All interesting stuff. And I must add how much I loved Groo’s blog post at the beginning of the book. [...]


    24. So far my opinion of the Angel continuation is much higher than the Buffy graphic novels. The plot is a lot more engaging and makes some sort of sense, (most of) the artwork really grabs me, and I just enjoy them a whole heck of a lot more. I enjoyed reading what happened to everyone immediately 'after the fall' into Hell and liked the different feel to each story. This had the Trifecta of Angel-y goodness: it had drama, it had action, it had humor! *singing: "It had style, it had grace, it had [...]


    25. Angel: After the Fall vol. 1 started after the apocalypse was well under way. As the title suggests, First Night takes us back to the night from the last episode of the television show and shows us how each of the main characters found themselves in their current predicaments. First Night is separated into mini stories, each only a few pages long, each named for the character they follow, and each with a unique look and feel to match. I particularly enjoyed the Lorne story. The art looks like an [...]


    26. Following Joss Whedon's triumphant return to the Angel-verse in the first book, this second volume takes the time to chronicle the events following the Wolfram and Hart battle. Angel takes a dive off a building, discovering the hard way that he has been turned human. Spike thinks he's out of the game, but still allows his inner hero to take over. The timeshifts of Illyria revert her back and forth to Fred, forcing Spike to take her under his protection. Kate makes her return, inspiring the now-w [...]


    27. It was good. It wasn't great but it worked conceptually and I guess that was the point.My favourite thing about this volume is it utilises a wide selection of artists to get the job done. What this means is that we no longer have to suffer through the 'art' of the first volume and are presented with some really beautiful and convincing images (see wesley's story). Of course there are the lesser artists as well; Civilians, Lorne. Still I remain happy in the knowledge that the old artist is droppe [...]


    28. Be careful what you wish forWith my review of Vol 1. I mentioned I wanted the stories of what happened after the cliffhanger ending of Season 5 Angel. Well Vol 2 delivers thisd only this. The story I was following on Vol 1 was set aside for Vol 3. And Vol 2 was just a collection of David Lynch writing each members story (except Angel) while various artist drew. Um. You kinda hooked me with the Vol 1 story. A little late now. I wanted to continue that, not be side-barred by this other book.Don't [...]


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