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{{ComicIssue
 
{{ComicIssue
| coverA = Fray08.jpg
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|coverA = Fray08.jpg
| released = July, 2003
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|released = August 06, [[2003]]
| pages = 22
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|pages = 22
| series = [[Fray (series)|Fray]]
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|series = [[Fray (series)|Fray]]
| number = 8
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|number = 8
| previous = [[The Gateway]]
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|previous = [[The Gateway]]
| next =
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|publisher = [[Dark Horse Comics]]
| publisher = [[Dark Horse Comics]]
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|writer = [[Joss Whedon]]
| writer = [[Joss Whedon]]
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|penciller = [[Karl Moline]]
| penciller = [[Karl Moline]]
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|editor = [[Scott Allie]]
| editor = [[Scott Allie]]
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|coverart = [[Karl Moline]],<br />[[Andy Owens]] &<br />[[Dave Stewart]]
| coverart = [[Karl Moline]]
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|inker = [[Andy Owens]]
| inker = [[Andy Owens]]
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|colorist = [[Dave Stewart]]
| colorist = [[Dave Stewart]]
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|letterer = [[Michelle Madsen]]
| letterer = [[Michelle Madsen]]
 
| coverB =
 
 
}}
 
}}
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'''''All Hell''''' is the eighth and last issue of the ''[[Fray (series)|Fray]]'' comic book series. It was written by [[Joss Whedon]] and illustrated by [[Karl Moline]].
'''"All Hell"''' was the eighth issue of the ''[[Fray (series)|Fray]]'' comic book series.
 
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
Mel was inside the creature that was the gateway to Hell. As she began to pass through the creature, she started to hack away at its core, heading towards the brain. Outside the creature, Erin was informed that the police were nuking the area: the whole warren was about to become a giant fireball. Erin looked at Harth and exclaimed that she had had enough.
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The [[Slayer]]’s brother has led a [[vampire]] war to not only overtake [[Haddyn|Manhattan]], but bring to [[earth]] a [[demon]]ic [[dragon]] but the harshest threat to [[Melaka Fray|Fray]] remains unseen and unnamed.
   
Harth lunged for her and they plunged through the air. Harth taunted her about her sibling’s respective deaths and she was left motionless on the ground. Suddenly, the creature roared in pain and Mel came through its eye, ripping it to shreds as she did.
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The creator of ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' wraps up his comics masterpiece with just the right balance of twists and turns and intense drama that you’ve come to expect from his shows, with the epic action and fantastic creatures that you just can’t fit on the small screen.
   
The demon collapsed on top of Versi, and Mel crawled to her sister’s side. Harth called her to him and claimed that she may have saved Haddyn and the world, but she would never guess what’s coming next. He kissed her and then escaped into the shadows.
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Be here for a conclusion we promise you didn’t see coming!<ref>[https://www.darkhorse.com/Comics/00-056/ Joss Whedon's Fray #8 (of 8)"]. ''[[Dark Horse Comics]]''. Retrieved March 11, 2018.</ref>
   
The police halted their nukes because of the creature’s death and Erin was carted away, severely injured. Urkonn told her that she had saved the world and that for now, it was all over. Mel told him that it was not, and glanced at Loo’s parents.
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==Summary==
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Mel is inside [[Neauth]]. As she begins to pass through the creature, she starts to hack away at its core, heading towards the brain. Outside the creature, [[Erin Fray|Erin]] is informed that the police is nuking the area, with the whole warren about to become a giant fireball. Erin looks at [[Harth Fray|Harth]] and exclaims that she had enough.
   
At Gunther’s place, he apologised profusely for turning Mel in, but Mel told him that that was not why she was there. She said that it was all about Loo. Gunther had no clue about her and claimed that he did not killed her or have her killed, and Mel claimed that she knew. She turned to Urkonn and told him that he killed Loo. “Vampires can’t come in unless you ask ‘em. I sure as Hell never did. And they didn’t feed.
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Harth lunges for her and they plunges through the air. Harth taunts her about her sibling’s respective deaths, and she is left motionless on the ground. Suddenly, the creature roars in pain and Mel comes through its eye, ripping it to shreds as she does so.
   
Urkonn exclaimed that he did it to push her into fighting. Mel confirmed that and then pointed out that he never helped her when she was near water: he could not swim. With that, she plunged her scythe into Gunther’s tank and they fell in. As they fell through into one of Gunther’s compartments, they smashed the other side of the tank and before Urkonn could get up, Mel speared him in the head with her scythe. She picked Gunther up and places him back into his water.
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The demon collapses on top of [[Versi]], and Mel crawls to her sister’s side. Harth calls her to him and claims that she may have saved Haddyn and the world, but she would never guess what’s coming next. He kisses her and then escapes into the shadows.
   
Somewhere, the spirits talk between themselves and wondered what the future held: the city would be rebuilt, Mel would rekindle her relationship with Erin and return to her old life but she also had a new life…
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The police halts their nukes because of the creature’s death, and Erin is carted away, severely injured. [[Urkonn]] tells her that she saved the world and that, for now, it’s all over. Mel tells him that it’s not, and glances at [[Loo]]’s parents.
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At [[Gunther]]’s place, he apologizes profusely for turning Mel in, but Mel tells him it isn’t why she’s there: it’s all about Loo. Gunther has no clue about her and claims that he did not killed her nor had her killed, and Mel claims that she knew. She turns to Urkonn and tells him that he was the one who killed Loo, recalling that vampires did not have an invite to her home, nor have feed.
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Urkonn exclaims that he did it to push her into fighting. Mel confirms it and then points out he never helps her when she’s near water: he can’t swim. With that, she plunges her scythe into Gunther’s tank and the two fall in. As they fall through into one of Gunther’s compartments, they smashes the other side of the tank and, before Urkonn is able to get up, Mel spears him in the head with her scythe. She picks Gunther up and places him back into his tank.
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Somewhere, the [[Vrill]] and [[Boluz]] talk and wonder what the future held. The city is to be rebuilt, Mel rekindles her relationship with Erin, and returns to her old life — but she also has a new life.
   
 
==Continuity==
 
==Continuity==
The events took place after "[[The Gateway]]", but before "[[Tales]]".
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*Melaka uses her knowledge about lurks needing an invitation to enter a home, which she had first heard in ''[[The Gateway]]''.
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*Melaka reveals she had noticed Urkonn inability to swim, as he had shown discomfort above Gunther’s water tank in ''[[Ready, Steady...]]'', and refused to help her fight underwater in ''[[Alarums]]''.
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*Melaka avenges Loo’s death (''[[The Worst of It]]'').
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
===Individuals===
 
===Individuals===
*[[Melaka Fray]]
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*[[Amma]]
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*[[Boluz]]
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*[[Broder]]
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*[[Edo]]
 
*[[Erin Fray]]
 
*[[Erin Fray]]
*[[Urkonn]]
 
 
*[[Harth Fray]]
 
*[[Harth Fray]]
*[[Broder]]
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*[[Melaka Fray]]
*[[Amma]]
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*[[Gunther]]
 
*[[Jove]]
 
*[[Jove]]
*[[Gunther]]
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*[[Loo]] {{Om}}
*[[Edo]]
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*[[Neauth]]
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*[[Urkonn]]
 
*[[Vrill]]
 
*[[Vrill]]
*[[Boluz]]
 
   
 
===Organizations and Titles===
 
===Organizations and Titles===
 
*[[Haddyn Police Force]]
 
*[[Haddyn Police Force]]
===Species===
 
 
*[[Slayer]]
 
*[[Slayer]]
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===Species===
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*[[Demon]]
 
*[[Human]]
 
*[[Human]]
*[[Vampire]]
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**"[[Radie]]"
*Unidentified [[demons]]
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*[[Lurk]]
*[[Raddie]]
 
 
*[[Old One]]
 
*[[Old One]]
===Events===
 
 
===Locations===
 
===Locations===
*[[Versi]]
 
 
*[[Haddyn]]
 
*[[Haddyn]]
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**[[Versi]]
 
===Weapons and Objects===
 
===Weapons and Objects===
 
*[[Scythe]]
 
*[[Scythe]]
   
 
==Death Count==
 
==Death Count==
*[[Urkonn]]
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*Unknown number of [[lurks]], killed by [[Urkonn]] and [[humans]] during the battle.
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*[[Neauth]], killed by [[Melaka Fray]].
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*[[Urkonn]], impaled in the head by Melaka Fray.
   
 
==Behind the Scenes==
 
==Behind the Scenes==
===Trivia===
 
 
===Collections===
 
===Collections===
*[[Fray (TPB)|Fray]]
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*"[[Fray (TPB)|Fray]]" trade paperback
===Pop Culture References===
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*"[[Fray (HC)|Fray]]" hardcover
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==Gallery==
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===Cover Artwork===
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<gallery>
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Fray-177.jpg
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</gallery>
   
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
{{Quotation
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{{QuoteBlock
|source = [[All Hell]]
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|Melaka|“They'll be watching, The demons, Harth… things I don't even know about yet. They'll all be waiting. Waiting for me to fall. So come on guys. I'm just one girl. No big hero, no protector of justice, not even a bona fide one-hundred-percent Slayer. So what are you waiting for? Take me on. Hurt my world. I dare you.”
|speaker1 = [[Melaka Fray]]
 
|line1 = They'll be watching, The demons, Harth... things I don't even know about yet. They'll all be waiting. Waiting for me to fall. So come on guys. I'm just one girl. No big hero, no protector of justice, not even a bona fide one-hundred-percent Slayer. So what are you waiting for? Take me on. Hurt my world. I dare you.
 
 
}}
 
}}
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{{References}}
==References==
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[[Category:Fray comics]]

Latest revision as of 10:21, November 8, 2019

All Hell is the eighth and last issue of the Fray comic book series. It was written by Joss Whedon and illustrated by Karl Moline.

SynopsisEdit

The Slayer’s brother has led a vampire war to not only overtake Manhattan, but bring to earth a demonic dragon — but the harshest threat to Fray remains unseen and unnamed.

The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer wraps up his comics masterpiece with just the right balance of twists and turns and intense drama that you’ve come to expect from his shows, with the epic action and fantastic creatures that you just can’t fit on the small screen.

Be here for a conclusion we promise you didn’t see coming![1]

SummaryEdit

Mel is inside Neauth. As she begins to pass through the creature, she starts to hack away at its core, heading towards the brain. Outside the creature, Erin is informed that the police is nuking the area, with the whole warren about to become a giant fireball. Erin looks at Harth and exclaims that she had enough.

Harth lunges for her and they plunges through the air. Harth taunts her about her sibling’s respective deaths, and she is left motionless on the ground. Suddenly, the creature roars in pain and Mel comes through its eye, ripping it to shreds as she does so.

The demon collapses on top of Versi, and Mel crawls to her sister’s side. Harth calls her to him and claims that she may have saved Haddyn and the world, but she would never guess what’s coming next. He kisses her and then escapes into the shadows.

The police halts their nukes because of the creature’s death, and Erin is carted away, severely injured. Urkonn tells her that she saved the world and that, for now, it’s all over. Mel tells him that it’s not, and glances at Loo’s parents.

At Gunther’s place, he apologizes profusely for turning Mel in, but Mel tells him it isn’t why she’s there: it’s all about Loo. Gunther has no clue about her and claims that he did not killed her nor had her killed, and Mel claims that she knew. She turns to Urkonn and tells him that he was the one who killed Loo, recalling that vampires did not have an invite to her home, nor have feed.

Urkonn exclaims that he did it to push her into fighting. Mel confirms it and then points out he never helps her when she’s near water: he can’t swim. With that, she plunges her scythe into Gunther’s tank and the two fall in. As they fall through into one of Gunther’s compartments, they smashes the other side of the tank and, before Urkonn is able to get up, Mel spears him in the head with her scythe. She picks Gunther up and places him back into his tank.

Somewhere, the Vrill and Boluz talk and wonder what the future held. The city is to be rebuilt, Mel rekindles her relationship with Erin, and returns to her old life — but she also has a new life.

ContinuityEdit

  • Melaka uses her knowledge about lurks needing an invitation to enter a home, which she had first heard in The Gateway.
  • Melaka reveals she had noticed Urkonn inability to swim, as he had shown discomfort above Gunther’s water tank in Ready, Steady..., and refused to help her fight underwater in Alarums.
  • Melaka avenges Loo’s death (The Worst of It).

AppearancesEdit

IndividualsEdit

Organizations and TitlesEdit

SpeciesEdit

LocationsEdit

Weapons and ObjectsEdit

Death CountEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

CollectionsEdit

  • "Fray" trade paperback
  • "Fray" hardcover

GalleryEdit

Cover ArtworkEdit

QuotesEdit

Melaka - “They'll be watching, The demons, Harth… things I don't even know about yet. They'll all be waiting. Waiting for me to fall. So come on guys. I'm just one girl. No big hero, no protector of justice, not even a bona fide one-hundred-percent Slayer. So what are you waiting for? Take me on. Hurt my world. I dare you.”
  1. Joss Whedon's Fray #8 (of 8)". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved March 11, 2018.
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