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September 16 2009

(SPOILER) Discuss Angel #25. It's the second part of Dru's adventures in Los Angeles (as penned by Brian Lynch and Juliet Landau).

And Angel has also managed to snag the back cover of December's Previews.

The art was beautiful, but extremely disappointed that we didn't get to find out who's behind Drusilla's imprisonment.
I have my copy too.Agree that the story was on the plotless side.I was hoping issue 24 was like that on purpose and this issue would have more meat.But it was about the same as #24.The art was great.The best way to read this two parter is to approach it as a slient comic issue.A slient comic issue is a comic book with no dialog or very little dialog and the story is told completly through the art.Taken in that way,I think this works better like that.

I did like the idea that Dru had visons/premonitions of L.A. getting sent to hell and the events of After The Fall.
I think it's implied who is behind her imprisonment. I am surprised that it wasn't obvious to people, considering who is behind most of the action in ATF. I guess I took it for granted.
I can certainly buy the Senior Partners being behind this.It is a good way of getting Dru off the board as it were and fits their MO.
We didn't want to come out and say it, but that's a bingo, Buffyfantic!
Wow. I really enjoyed that. While it is true that the 'plot' it thin (I think intentionally), it reads as a window into the mind of Drusilla. Brilliant.
Thanks for clearing that up, Brian.

I was kinda hoping it was Buffy or Angel.

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