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January 15 2008

(SPOILER) Brian Lynch EXPOSED on Ain't It Cool News. Contains mild spoilers for upcoming Angel: After the Fall issues.

Wow.....what a great...very very long interview!

And be warned there are *lots* of new preview pages for upcomning comics with spoilers! But if your like me then you will be very happy with them.
Anyone know who is the artist for that Wesley page?
Thats one superb artwork of Wesley.

This bodes very well indeed for 'First Night'.
That was a fun interview. Reading Brian answering questions is as fun as actually reading his comics. I love his sense of humor.
The artwork for "First Night" looks amazing too. I can't wait to see what actually happens, especially with the Angel story. It seems creepy.
Mr. Lynch always makes me laugh out-loud in his interviews. I think I will see if my comic shop can order Everybody's Dead for me when I go pick up my Angel this week. He has definitely turned me into a fan.
But... but... there was nothing with gratuitously large breasts!
(Grinning, ducking, and running)
Tara Reid and Spike should not be in the same sentence! *shudder*

*nods at the brood* Angel will not be Angel without the brood. Without the brood he is Angelus… so… loosing the brood is not such a bad things to liven up the day once in a while LOL I bet Angel is brooding about how everyone he ever worked with is dead. Or undead. Or a demon who resents him. Or all of the above. Suddenly I feel bad for the poor vamp.

*ooohs at "former allies"* not that we didn't guess that already…

“thanks for the vampireness, you big tool.”

Okay, if Angel had indeed turned Gunn (for whatever INSANE reason – its not like he needed him to work the submarine) I will be upset. Someone will be getting “I am so miffed” letters from me! With a whole bunch of capitalizations and underlining.
I skipped over the After The Fall stuff (still can't get to a comic book shop, grrr), but I did look at the part about Everbody's Dead. Can't wait until that comes out; it looks like a lot of fun.

[ edited by deepgirl187 on 2008-01-15 20:29 ]
"Okay, if Angel had indeed turned Gunn (for whatever INSANE reason – its not like he needed him to work the submarine) I will be upset. Someone will be getting “I am so miffed” letters from me! With a whole bunch of capitalizations and underlining. "

I dont think Angel turned him. It seems that while Angel was taming the dragon Gunn was being dragged away and turned by another vampire. Hence Gunn being pissed at Angel.
Three comments:

1. Brian Lynch is a funny and charming interviewee.

2. I love the Gunn storyline. I have no idea where it's ultimately going, but I love it so far. So dark. So sad.

3. Ditto the Wesley storyline. Also dark and sad. So very Angelish.
Brian is so funny, and now I have to figure out where I can pre-order 'Angel: After After the Fall'.
Wow, that is some shiny shiny artwork, let me tell you.

Plus, Brian is as charming as ever. The Jerry Maguire comparison plus the fact that he's obviously influenced by Ghostbusters as much as I am...yep, he's definitely awesome.

And I will without a doubt be picking up Everybody's Dead.
Wow... that Wesley drawing sure is swell! I smell desktop!
Very nice interview and great looking artwork. (and as someone pointed out, not a gratuitous breast in sight. I am impressed.)

That Wesley artwork is marvelous! I wouldn't mind having a print of that one on my wall.

Just one question: who drew that Lorne panel? I'm assuming it's for the "Night" mini-series thingie?
I'm assuming John Bryne drew it.
Thanks! I couldn't read the small print.

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