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Angelus #1


Rising from the pages of 'War of the Witchblades'!

Danielle Baptiste returns home to New Orleans to come to grips with her new role as the Angelus, the human bearer of the primal force of Light. To complicate matters she must sort out her undefined relationship with Finch while maintaining control of the Angelus host, some of whom covet her power.

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April 8th, 2021
I liked the messy art style because it feels busy and detailed, and the haziness lends a far away visual, like this story is in a dream. This style gives the impression the artist was on a budget because the Cerberus slaying was hard to see any detail [...]
March 5th, 2014
The art is okay, the story is... serviceable. This is a spinoff of the Witchblade with the new host of the Angelus a victim of a conspiracy of the leader of the host that serves the Angelus. [...]
June 11th, 2013
Good art, artfully shaded lines, cinematic fight sequence. As an introductory issue, it left a lot unexplained, especially to readers who haven't read the witchblade story. [...]
May 4th, 2011
The artwork really drives the story in Angelus #1, and is the reason for my 5-star rating. Stjepan Sejic crafts beautiful pages, and his action scenes in this issue could be collectible art. When colored, his drawing style takes on a painted look. The [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on October 14, 2010.