Spike: After The Fall

Spike: After The Fall

by Brian Lynch, Franco Urru

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Overview

Poet, vampire, murderer, lover, hero, prisoner, slave-Spike has been called a lot of things. But, by the time this fight is over, he'll have one more name-Lord! Or "dust"... maybe we'll just call him dust, considering how it seems things are going in his immediate future. But after enjoying this collection of the four-issue Spike: After the Fall series you'll be looking at the events of Angel: After the Fall in a whole new light, courtesy of Brian Lynch and Franco Urru!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781613772973
Publisher: Idea & Design Works, LLC
Publication date: 03/07/2012
Series: Spike
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 52 MB
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Customer Reviews

Spike: After the Fall 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Way cooler than angel yeah i,m a spike fan
slithers More than 1 year ago
This one is definitely darker than the other Spike volumes I've read, but still a worthwhile read. It shows the more introspective sad side of Spike (who is acting a bit like Angel) surviving in the apocolyptic LA world after the end of Angel. Story was good, art was good and there are some familiar characters from Angel the TV show.
savageknight on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Jokes and wit in the middle of the horror inflicted on the city of Los Angeles, Spike continues to fulfill his role as the 2nd Vampire with a Soul and try to save as many people as he can from the numerous demons who've taken over the city. As a side-series to the Angel: After the Fall, this one definitely stands on its own two feet - which is not that surprising considering how strong a character Spike turned out (or grew) to be from his first appearance in Buffy. A good (and somewhat horrific) tale.
shannonkearns on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
decent book but definitely not as good as the angel series.
macha on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
this s6 series so far is slightly confusing, mostly because there's no seemingly no timeline of its various body parts, but this one happens before After the Fall vol. 1. Spike is with Illyria, and also meets up with Connor and Gunn in this one. the writing of this one reads kinda rushed - sometimes the dialogue's dead on sharp, and sometimes it fails joss's 'could anyone else have said this?' litmus test. but beyond those quibbles i think it's well worth owning. i wasn't too interested in the underclothed female demon gang (or the all-too-usual Spike torture sequences - but hey, YMMD), so count me out as representative of either a teenageboy or fangrrl demographic. but Spike's antihero hero role is intact, he's not the sidekick any more, and he's got his pre-chip... stones back. meanwhile his avowed intent of getting out of the saveage business any minute now is oddly endearing while constantly endangered by way too many people seriously in need of protection. and Spike's date with the dragon looks great. but as description that's a bit misleading, since most of this plays surprisingly small and even intimate, not the easiest thing to pull off. and i really like the twist in which Spike has to always be trying to keep Illyria from doing Fred, because it's Illyria they really need. there's one small glimpse of her as the original godking too, which is interesting: i wonder if they plan to do something with that somewhere down the line.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Brian Lynch lets readers in on how Spike got to be where and with whom when Angel reconnects with him in After The Fall. He does a great job of showing Spike as the reluctant hero, but a hero nonetheless. His Illyria is scary and confusing just like she was on the show. The art was a little rough in places but didn't take away from the story. Overall, a good read.
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
Spike! Nom! *Book source ~ Library Follows Spike and Illyria after the series finale of Angel where they battled Wolfram & Harts demon army in the alley behind the Hyperion and then W&H sent Los Angeles into a Hell dimension. Not sure of the timeline, but it’s not immediately after. It seems a bit of time has passed. I love Spike. Seriously. He’s my favorite character next to Buffy. I also was quite liking Illyria, but she didn’t get a whole lot of screen time before the show ended, so I like seeing how she’s handling being in a Hell dimension. Not very well, it seems. She keeps switching between Fred and Illyria and that can get dicey considering she’s vulnerable when she’s Fred. I’m wondering why she’s just now having such problems, but it’s great that Spike’s there to help her. I’m not liking Gunn at all, but then I was never really a fan of him in the show either. I am liking Connor better than I did. The villain of this piece is interesting and very hateworthy. I enjoy the artwork very much.
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