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Encyclopedia > Earthly Possessions (Angel comic)
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Story: Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski


Penciller: Christian Zanier


Inker: Andy Owens


Letterer: Clem Robins


Colorist: Guy Major


Comics: Angel #5-7


Date first published: Apr 18, 2001


Substance: Soft Cover, 80 pages., Full color

Contents


Story description

Angel attempts to drive a demon out of a possessed lawyer; Father Noe is an excommunicated priest who gives him a hand. Noe seems to hold expert knowledge on removing demonic forces. He is known to some as "The Exorcist to the Stars." However, there may be a darker reason for his success.


Angel #5

Comic title: Earthly Possessions, chapter 1
After finding the most vile lawyer in L.A., Angel must face some problems.

Angel #6

Comic title: Earthly Possessions, chapter 2
There have been a string of possessions across L.A. among the rich and famous. Angel is led to work with an exorcist. He needs the help since Doyle has recently passed away.

Angel #7

Comic title: Earthly Possessions, chapter 3
Angel considers the mysterious Father Gaetano, and wonders where the priest stands in the fight between good and evil. Angel must find out before it is too late.

Continuity

  • Supposed to be set early in Angel Season 1, before the episode Hero.

Hero is the 9th episode of season 1 of the television show Angel. ...

Canonical issues

Main article: Buffyverse canon
Angel comics such as this one are not usually considered by fans to be canon. Some fans consider them stories purely from the authors' and artists' imaginations, while other fans see them as taking place in an alternate reality from the Buffyverse. However, unlike fanfic, the authors wrote 'overviews' summarizing their stories early in the writing process and had them 'approved' by both Fox and Whedon (or his office). The books were therefore later published as official Angel merchandise.

// Introduction Main article: Canon (fiction) Canon of a fictional universe comprises those stories, considered to be genuine (or official), and those events, characters, settings, etc. ... // Introduction Dark Horse published 2 Angel comic series. ... // Introduction Main article: Canon (fiction) Canon of a fictional universe comprises those stories, considered to be genuine (or official), and those events, characters, settings, etc. ...

Trivia

  • Characters include: Angel, Cordelia and Doyle.

See also


 
 

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