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While created as part of licensed material, it is not part of the original Buffyverse, but its own developed story.
With Angel trapped in Sunnydale, the rest of Angel's newly formed team has their hands full dealing with the Hellmouth's fallout in Los Angeles. Will this gang of supernatural crime-solvers be able to protect Los Angeles from the shockwaves of the Hellmouth's opening… and from newly arrived vampire, Spike?
- Spike arrives in Los Angeles suffering after Drusilla took advantage of his loyalty to stab him to open Sunnydale's Hellmouth (Hellmouth, Part One).
- The boy victim in Gunn's childhood in Angel #5 is revealed to be his cousin; Gunn's original counterpart had a younger cousin named Keenan ("First Impressions").
- Spike has his appearance compared to Billy Idol, as his original counterpart was also compared in "Sleeper".
- The vampire previously identified as Luka (Angel #5) is revealed to be named Okasa.
- Angel (Only mentioned)
- Baphomet (Only mentioned)
- Winifred Burkle
- Drusilla (Only mentioned)
- Charles Gunn
- Lilah Morgan
- Master (Only mentioned)
- Okasa (Only in flashbacks)
- Charles Gunn's cousin (Only mentioned)
- Unidentified waitress
Organizations and titlesEdit
- Italy (Only in flashbacks)
- Los Angeles, USA
- Angel's residence
- Unidentified club
Weapons and objectsEdit
Behind the scenesEdit
- Scott Buoncristiano's cover features the demon D'Hoffryn.
- Goñi Montes's variant cover connect with his own for issues Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9 and Hellmouth, Part Two.
- Angel #6 was the 215th best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 11,133 sales in October 2019 at comic specialty stores.
Pop culture referencesEdit
- Lilith wears Tom Ford, a fashion designer whom she describes as owing her a debt for helping in his success.
- Spike wears a shirt of the punk rock band Minor Threat (1980–1983).
- Lilith compares Spike's appearance to musician Billy Idol.
- The waitress attempts a sacrifice for the deity Baphomet.
- ↑ "HELLMOUTH Forms An All New TEAM SPIKE in ANGEL #6". Boom! Studios, July 8, 2019.
- ↑ "Top 500 Comics--October 2019". ICv2, November 11, 2019.