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September 12 2009

(SPOILER) First look at Angel #25. The second part of Brian Lynch and Juliet Landau's Drusilla tale comes out next week.

One word: uncompelling.
I dunno, you can't beat "little fingers little hands" scrawled in blˇod on the walls.
Looking forward to the issue.
I liked the last issue, especially the artwork. But hopefully this issue has a plot. The last one really didn't have much going on.
I'm beginning to wonder what the plot is, actually. I thought the last issue was all set-up for this finishing closer. But these 5 pages were just more of...nothing happening. Is it all just an internal examination of Drusilla's madness and her massacring all the employees of a mental health institution?

The art is lovely, though. It's intriguing how they went with absolutely no color for the flashbacks.
Artwosk, without a plot. That's a good four-word summary for the first issue. These pages don't convince me much of a plot will ever be forthcoming.
I'm looking forward to it.
I hope Angel is in this issue. He's been cast out of his own title since June. :-(
I agree Riker - need the big guy back!
He's the lead in 26 and 27!

And then I leave, so I'm not sure of how much Angel is in the book, but I'm pretty sure he's the lead and whatnot.

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