April 6th, 2015


Best Of / Worst Of Character Moments: Angel


Welcome guys, back to Angel’s Best Of/Worst Of Character Moments. When last we left off with our mini-ongoing-series thingie, we were all about Spike from Vegas to the Moon but now we’re returning to Angel’s Season 6 as our heroes rush headlong into a final fight with James/Myr the false angel.

Now, when last we left off, Team Angel first saved Gunn from the hit list of Eddie Hope, Devil and vigilante. It turned out to be relatively easy with Illyria on their side.

Also going on, after Gunn’s rescue, was Angel seemingly being killed in a fiery car wreck only hours after turning over Angel Investigations to Connor for awhile. Angel, I’m sure you’re as shocked as I to learn, didn’t die. In fact, the fiery death was a cover for a teleport spell… and not just any transport spell, either. Angel finds himself in a dystopian future, where Myr’s plans for Earth have turned out successful and the Wolf, Ram & Hart are not at all pleased [at this point, Spike and his new team are fighting them also in Vegas and Illyria is out wandering somewhere]. They’ve decided to try to assist Angel with stopping what Myr has/will done/do but they naturally choose to fight with him first because it’s the way things happen in comic books.

Angel throws himself off of a high rise just to let W&H’s Hamilton-stand-in that he won’t be coerced.

Meanwhile, the very first of Myr’s demon-warrior breeding factory has gotten its beginning at Anne’s teen homeless shelter and we’re left to wonder if “Anne/Lily/Chanterelle” is going to get out of Angel’s Season 6 alive.

*Shwew!* So, now we’re picking up again with Issue 40. Our main characters for us to explore are: Angel, Connor, Gunn, Mr. Polyphemus, and Laura Weathermill.

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Youtube additions.


Hey. So yes, I've been spending a lot of time on YouTube again. And I've managed to find three more videos that I should've already seen but somehow didn't and now I've favorited and now I must share even though they've probably been seen by everyone ever long before now.

We've got a fun, jaunty Supernatural vid to Michael Jackson's Thriller that just made me smile.

Also new (to me) is a fan vid for Dark Willow, looking deeper than the usual rage machine video and seeing the bereftness of our lost Willow. It made me choke up just a bit.

But to really put the lump in my throat... Rupert Giles/Jenny Calendar... oh, the pain, the pain of it all.

They've been linked at the Fourth YouTube RoundUp List.