First Night

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IDW Publishing, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
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First Night begins! What happened on the very night Los Angeles went straight to hell, the incident that ended the Angel television series with such a shocking cliffhanger? Why did the team go their separate ways? And how did Connor rise up to become one of Hell's greatest champions?

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Review: Angel: After the Fall, Volume 2: First Night (Angel: After the Fall #2)

User Review  - Sewit - Goodreads

The second volume backtracks in classic Whedon fashion to explain the current predicaments of our protagonists and antagonists. Some of the stories are dull but all are written fairly well. My own ... Read full review

Review: Angel: After the Fall, Volume 2: First Night (Angel: After the Fall #2)

User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

Worth reading if only for the Lorne chapter! Read full review

About the author (2008)

Brian Lynch was born in 1945 in Dublin, where he still lives today. A poet, novelist, and playwright, Lynch is also a filmmaker. His feature film Love and Rage, starring Daniel Craig and Greta Scacchi, was directed by Cathal Black in 1998, and his television series Caught in a Free State--a four part series about German spies in Ireland during World War II--has been shown in over forty countries since its debut in 1983. Praising his "exceptional talent," Samuel Beckett recommended Lynch for election to the Aosdana in 1985.

John Byrne, originally from Dublin, Ireland, is one of Britain's top cartoonists, comedy writers and stand-up comedians with wide-ranging experience in performance, production and the teaching of creative skills. He is currently the resident artist on Nickelodeon TV (UK), drawing live and unscripted, and often with "art materials" that include everything from sausages to toothbrushes to TV presenters with luminous paint in their hair. He has a six year-old son Pearse, is married to Fumi, and has a house full of teen in-laws (who he loves dearly especially since realizing the importance of babysitters!).

Tim Kane is the chief economist of the Hudson Institute, veteran Air Force officer, and has twice served at the Joint Economic Committee of the US Congress. He regularly writes for "The Atlantic, The New York Times", "Los Angeles Times", and "USA TODAY" and is a well-known public speaker. He lives in northern Virginia with his wife and children.

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