Dark Horse Comics has announced Corinna Bechko and Geraldo Borges are teaming to bring fans the eleventh season of Angel.
Press Release Best known for starring roles in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” and the current Fox prime-time series “Bones,” David Boreanaz will make his first-every public signing at Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con on Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2. Boreanaz, who grew up in the Philadelphia area, played the vampire “Angel” in the Joss Whedon cult series and portrays “Special Agent Seeley Booth” opposite Emily Deschanel in “Bones.”
Press Release IDW Publishing proudly announces the launch of their complete Angel and Spike series, including all one-shots and miniseries, on digital platforms. Over 150 comics and graphic novels will be available for digital readers worldwide. The first stories, including the 17-issue Angel: After the Fall co-plotted by Joss Whedon, and Spike: After the Fall, are available now. New issues will roll out weekly over the next two months.
Press Release The wait is finally over, as Dark Horse and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products announce the arrival of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse and Angel in the Dark Horse digital store! As rave reviews and support for Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 and the all-new series Angel and Faith continue, casual and hardcore fans will now be able to experience previous Buffy, Angel, and Dollhouse comics on all-new platforms! Buffy, Angel and Dollhouse are licensed through an agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products.
You may have already seen the news that swept across the Intardwebz that Joss Whedon’s Angel series is returning to Dark Horse Comics in 2011. For the last five years, Angel has been published with IDW Publishing, and when the word first broke it seemed to catch a lot of people by surprise.
IDW Publishing announced that Bill Willingham’s first issue on its Angel series has sold out at the distributor level.Â IDW will be sending Angel #28 back to press with a second printing of the first issue in “The Crown Prince Syndrome” story arc.Â The new printing will arrive on January 6, 2009. via IDW Publishing
The holiday wish lists for Angel fans just got bigger, with two new Angel comics from IDW coming in December, plus an exclusive variant! First, relive one of the most heart-wrenching stories from the television series with the start of the Angel: A Hole in the World miniseries. Then, Angel takes Hollywood by storm with Angel Annual #1, a comic spoof on the Angel movie that never was. Finally, fans can ask their local store about a special edition of Angel #28, the first of Bill Willinghamâ€™s extended story arc, available only on December 30th. In all, Angel fans are
Press Release Itâ€™s going to be a great holiday for Angel fans this year! Starting in December with issue 28, multiple Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham (Fables) becomes the new regular writer of IDWâ€™s ongoing Angel series. Willingham kicks things off in a big way with his first six-issue Angel storyline, titled â€œThe Crown Prince Syndrome.â€
IDW Publishing has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of American McGeeâ€™s Grimm #3, Angel: After the Fall #23, Doctor Who Classics: Series 2 #8, G.I. Joe Movie Adaptation #1, Classic G.I. Joe, Vol. 4, G.I. Joe Comic Book Picture Book: We Are G.I. Joe, Locke & Key: Head Games #6, The Art of Michael Parkes II, Star Trek Omnibus, Vol. 2: The Early Voyages, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan #3, Classic Transformers, Vol. 4 TPB, and Transformers Spotlight: Metroplex.
IDW Publishing has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores next week. Take the jump for a look at Angel: After the Fall #22, Barack Obama #1, G.I. Joe: Cobra #4, Groom Lake #3, Robot Galaxy #1: The Brotherhood Returns, Robot Galaxy #2, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan #2, and Transformers Spotlight: Cliffjumper.
Press Release Coming this August, IDW offers Angel fans yet another hair-raising adventure. Spinning out of IDWâ€™s main Angel storyline, Angel: Only Human follows Illyria and Gunn on a bizarre road trip as they try to reconcile their â€œinnerâ€ demons with their newfound humanity. Written by Scott Lobdell with art by David Messina, Angel: Only Human is a funny and frightening five-part story with two of the Angelverseâ€™s most complex and beloved characters.