When we pick back up with this issue of Angel, Doyle and Cordelia are trying to find out what exactly happened to Angel. They're certain however, that a fertility clinic probably has something to do with it. So they stop by and pretend to be a couple hoping to conceive. They're certain that Dr. Feehan and her clinic has something to do with his disappearance and the disappearance of other men. In this issue, we get to see a little of Angel when he was Angelus after he was arrested for a murder in England. We see how determined Angel is to survive and move on with his life. Once again the graphics are nice. Sometimes they're bright, other times they're dark and eerie which set the scene great for what is happening in the story. Once again, we're left with a terrible cliff hanger. We're wondering what Angel's fate will be this time, as he's just met the person responsible for the disappearances. This really is a great tie in to the show and is a nice way to get over missing the show so much.
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Friday, January 27, 2012 at 8:00 AM | By: Traci
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