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Angel #2 is the second issue of Angel comic book series. Written by Bryan Edward Hill and illustrated by Gleb Melnikov, it will be published by Boom! Studios on June 26, 2019.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

The search for a solution to his cursed, tormented existence has led Angel to a sleepy little town in California known as Sunnydale. But as soon as he arrives and begins stalking the shadows to find a way to restore his humanity, a monstrous new threat emerges to hunt down and torture teens all across town. Now Angel's got two missions on his hands. But will tracking down this new monster mean he loses the chance to become human forever? And what happens when he runs into the demon's latest prey, a troubled young woman named Winifred Burkle?[1]

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  • Unidentified girl, bitten by Mara (in flashbacks).

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Production[edit | edit source]

  • Scott Buoncristiano's cover features the demon Lorne.
  • Gleb Melnikov's second and third print covers are reproductions of a interior page of this story.
  • Dan Mora's fourth print cover features his character designs for Angel, as included in Prologue.
  • The back of the issue includes a quote of Cordelia Chase in episode "I Fall to Pieces".
  • Morgan says "You're so cool, Brewster!", the final line of the horror vampire film Fright Night (1985), which also has a documentary from 2016 with this as the title.

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  • Angel #2 was the 180th best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 10,160 sales in June 2019 at comic specialty stores.[2]

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  • Fred counting counting "forty-six, forty-six and two" is likely a reference to the idea first conceived by psychoanalyst Carl Jung and later expounded upon by mystic Drunvalo Melchizedek, concerning the possibility of reaching a state of evolution at which the body would have two more than the normal 46 total chromosomes (44 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes) and leave a currently disharmonious state, resulting in the human DNA being reorganized into 46 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes. This concept appears as well in the song "Forty Six & 2" (1998).

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