The Casefiles is a reference book series dedicated to Angel television series, published by Simon & Schuster in 2002 and 2004. Similarly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series had The Watcher's Guide reference book series.
The series can be considered incomplete, as no new edition including Angel season 5 has been published.
The series includes 2 volumes:
|“The Casefiles, Volume One”||Nancy Holder, Jeff Mariotte & Maryelizabeth Hart||June 01, 2002|
|For a hundred years, Angel offered an ugly death to everyone he met. And he did it with a song in his heart. A gypsy curse put a stop to his rampage, but his doomed love of Buffy the Vampire Slayer drove him from Sunnydale on his own quest for redemption. Fortunately, he’s not alone. His support system includes Cordelia Chase, ex-May Queen (just until her inevitable stardom takes effect); Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, Rogue Demon Hunter; and Gunn (Charles Gunn, his name, not his street tag). Their rates are low, and their logo is indecipherable — but they save people, and stuff. Now, go behind the scenes with your favorite boody vamp for all the exclusive dirt.|
|“The Casefiles, Volume Two”||Paul Ruditis & Diana G. Gallagher||November 30, 2004|
|After over a hundred years of wreaking havoc and horror across Europe, Angel was cursed with a soul. For years the vampire lived alone, subsisting on rats and shunning humancontact, until Whistler found him and brought him to what would be his destiny: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was doomed love, though, and Angel eventually had to leave, going to Los Angeles in a quest for redemption. There, with the help of Cordelia Chase, Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, Charles Gunn, Lorne, and Winifred Burkle, the supporting memebers of Angel Investigations, Angel’s true destiny has taken form: to help those who cannot help themselves. Now go behind the scenes with everybody’s favorite soulful vampire in this, the second volume chronicling the casefiles of Angel’s seasons three and four.|