|The subject of this article is Non-Canonical. While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.|
|Angel Comic Books|
|Publication date||July 06, 2011|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Comic Book Collections|
Buffy: Omnibus: Volume 7
Angel Omnibus Dark Horse is a trade paperback collection that contain all of Dark Horse's Angel comics in chronological order.
- From the back cover
- Heralding the return of Angel to Dark Horse Comics!
Angel, the vampire with a soul, left Buffy back in Sunnydale and set up shop in Los Angeles; there, he faced down all the darkness he could find in the city of lights, in his ongoing fight for redemption.
Collecting all of Dark Horse’s Angel comics to date, this single volume features miniseries and one-shots by series creator Joss Whedon, as well as Brett Matthews (Serenity: Those Left Behind), Christopher Golden (Baltimore), Tom Sniegoski (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), and David Fury (Buffy television series, Lost, 24).
Set during Season 1 and 2 if the Angel Television Series, favorite characters appear - Cordelia, Doyle, Wes, Gunn - as the investigations of LA's vampire detective agency delve into all that is dark, grotesque, strange, and unexplainable. Angel faces demonic rats, bizarre deaths from spontaneous combusion, Hollywood demons, angry spirits, zombies, and more!
- Surrogates, Part One
- Surrogates, Part Two
- Surrogates, Part Three
- The Changeling Wife
- Earthly Possessions, Part One
- Earthly Possessions, Part Two
- Earthly Possessions, Part Three
- Hunting Ground (a.k.a Lovely, Dark and Deep)
- Beneath the Surface, Part One
- Beneath the Surface, Part Two
- Strange Bedfellows, Part One
- Strange Bedfellows, Part Two
- Vermin, Part One
- Vermin, Part Two
- Little Girl Lost
- Point of Order
- Angel: The Nepalese Switcheroo
- Long Night's Journey
Behind the Scenes
- The image of Cordelia on the cover is actually an illustration of Charisma Carpenter taken from a promotional photo for her guest stint on Charmed.
- The short story "Angel: Untitled" is the only short story not included in any Omnibus.