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Buffy – Im Bann der DämonenImmer wieder taucht er bei Buffys Streife durch Sunnydale auf und unterstützt sie mit wichtigen Hinweisen. Buffy genießt Angels Nähe, ist jedoch etwas. In Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Reckoning besiegt die Scooby-Gang den Vampir Harth – ihren bisher gefährlichsten Widersacher. Noch immer rätselt Buffy über die Herkunft des geheimnisvollen Angel, der immer dann als hilfreicher Ratgeber zur Stelle ist, wenn sie nicht mehr weiter weiß.
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Buffy Angel Betreiber der Seiten handeln klar illegal, dass ihr Ex-Mann Mick wieder Vater wird. - Film, Kino, TV-Serien…und was mich sonst noch so interessiert.Statt in Eigenregie gegen das Böse zu kämpfen, wollen sie es Achtung Abzocke Usa Mitglieder der Polizei tun. Angel ist eine fiktive Figur, die Joss Whedon und David Greenwalt für die amerikanischen Fernsehprogramme Buffy the Vampire Slayer und ihre Spin-off-Serie Angel kreiert haben. Die Figur wird vom Schauspieler David Boreanaz porträtiert. Angel ist ein Vampir und die große Liebe von Buffy. Gespielt wird er von David Boreanaz. Angel ist. Später stößt er zu Angels Team in der Spin-off-Serie Angel dazu. Im Laufe der fünften Staffel wird Giles auf Buffys Drängen wieder als ihr. Immer wieder taucht er bei Buffys Streife durch Sunnydale auf und unterstützt sie mit wichtigen Hinweisen. Buffy genießt Angels Nähe, ist jedoch etwas.
Er treibt Drusilla in den Wahnsinn, indem er ihre Familie tötet. Drusilla flüchtet sich in ein Kloster, da sie ihre hellseherischen Fähigkeiten als Strafe Gottes versteht.
Um bekam er von Darla ein besonderes Geschenk: Ein Zigeunermädchen. Angelus tötete das Mädchen, doch ihr Clan rächt sich an ihm, indem er Angel mit einem Fluch belegte, der ihm seine Seele zurückgibt.
Dadurch verspürt er Reue für seine Taten. Fortan kämpft er zusammen mit Buffy gegen das Böse. Buffy verliebt sich ebenfalls in ihn.
Als sie an Buffys Le soir venu, Darla l'attend. Darla lui dit qu'elle a le don de clairvoyance.
Elle devient presque une obsession pour lui, et il tue toute sa famille devant elle ainsi que toutes les personnes auquel elle tient.
Ensemble, ils font le tour du monde, massacrant sur leur passage, jusqu'en Angelus la tue. Angelus retrouve la petite bande en en Chine.
In , Angel began appearing in two canonical continuations of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel from Joss Whedon.
The first of these was Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight , published by Dark Horse Comics , which continued the story of the Buffy television series.
Later that year, Whedon and IDW Publishing released the series Angel: After the Fall , which continued on from the series finale of Angel.
The two series were published by different publishers due to Dark Horse initially giving up the rights to licensed Angel comic books several years ago when the series was still on air.
In Dark Horse's Buffy continuation, Angel initially appears to feature in Buffy's dream sequences in the comic's third and twentieth issues , as well as in the Dark Horse Presents special Season Eight comic "Always Darkest" , but is later revealed to have been in the series from the beginning.
Angel features as the central character in IDW's After the Fall , however, which has no crossover with the events of Buffy. Whedon devised the storyline for After the Fall issues with writer Brian Lynch , but did not write for the series himself as with Buffy.
Beginning with the eighteenth issue of the series, IDW chose to continue telling Angel stories in an ongoing comic book with rotating writers and artists, although these stories "did not come from Whedon himself".
Subsequent writers included Bill Willingham. During its tenure, IDW also published various miniseries depicting Angel and related characters, such as John Byrne 's Angel: Blood and Trenches , and several Illyria and Spike stories.
In After the Fall , set after the fifth season, Angel and his friends struggle as Los Angeles has been moved to a hell dimension by the Senior Partners who have also turned Angel human as a punishment.
Angel eventually outsmarts and kills the Demon Lords of Los Angeles to win the city back for its people. Restored to the fight in the alley with memories intact, Angel saves Gunn this time and later is happily reunited with Connor.
As a mark of respect for his friends, he names a wing of the Los Angeles public library after Wesley and Fred; Wesley is no longer a ghost.
Angel leaves the human, traumatised Gunn an Angel Investigations card and returns to his duties helping the hopeless.
In Season Eight , Twilight appears in the premiere issue , written by Whedon; his shoes are seen floating in the air as he surveys Buffy. At the end of the arc, the military general who coordinated a large-scale attack on Buffy is revealed to be a follower of "Twilight";  later issues show that many of the anti-Slayer forces serve under the leadership of a masked person known as Twilight.
Twilight reveals himself to be Angel, and claims to have been distracting the various groups that would seek to destroy Buffy while pushing her towards some other end.
They kiss, have sex and fly through space, eventually ascending to a dimension called Twilight. Meanwhile, Giles exposits a prophecy pertaining to the creation of a new universe, brought about by a Slayer falling in love with a vampire.
Spike explains the next step in the prophecy, which concerns the new universe springing from the mystical Seed of Wonder, a source for all the magic in the universe, buried beneath Sunnydale.
This prompts Buffy to destroy the Seed. This stops the Twilight dimension from destroying the existing world, and Angel is dispossessed, but the universe is also stripped of all magic.
Following on from this, Angel headlines the series Angel and Faith , primarily set in London. Its stories aim to be respectful to the storylines featured in IDW's forty-four issue Angel run,  and maintains a very tight continuity with Buffy Season Nine and other related comics.
Along with Faith, he lives in Giles' London apartment where they are joined by Giles' ageless aunts, witches Lavinia and Sophronia.
Angel intends to honor Giles' memory, and seeks to collect fragments of Giles' soul from magical items as part of a plan to resurrect him. In the series' conclusion, Giles is successfully resurrected, albeit as a young teenage boy, and the gang pursue Whistler, Pearl and Nash to a rooftop, where they plan to unleash a horrific magical plague on the world as an inelegant means to restore magic to the universe.
Nash is killed, and Angel is able to persuade Whistler to see the error of his ways, successfully limiting to the extent of the plague to an area of Hackney in London.
In the season's denouement, Faith returns to America alongside Giles, while Angel remains behind to guard over the plagued neighborhood, now called Magic Town, where residents—magically mutated into all manner of creature—are already causing problems.
A second volume of the series launched alongside Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten in Angel defends Magic Town against threats such as Amy Madison during Faith's absence, and acquires several new allies: Eldre Koh, an ancient Nitobe demon freed from his prison by the end of magic; Detective Brandt; Rory, a magically-mutated bartender; and the mutant Tricia and her boyfriend Parker.
Angel is also aided by Sophronia and Lavinia, as well as Nadira, a Slayer who hated him for his actions as Twilight but found inner peace after being mutated, and has a deep connection with the magic of Magic Town, which has become sentient.
Following Illyria's death in Buffy Season Nine , Angel finds Fred alive again, having been restored by the reset of the laws of magic; she is forced to share her body with Illyria but is able to keep the ancient demon mostly under control.
Faith also returns, now working for Zane Pharmaceuticals. A crossover with Buffy Season Ten reveals a new demon villain: Archaeus, who sired the Master and is able to control all the vampires from that bloodline, including Angel, Spike and Drusilla.
Angel travels to San Francisco to help Buffy combat the demon lord, discovering that Buffy and Spike are now in a relationship, which Angel believes will not last.
Meanwhile, Faith and Fred discover Drusilla in Magic Town, building a vampire army for Archaeus, who follows Angel back to London. Observing the battle, the sentient magic is almost convinced to join Archaeus, but ultimately defends Nadira from him and traps Archaeus inside a statue.
SFX magazine named Angel as the third greatest vampire in television and film, with rival Spike in first place.
After gaining possession of the Gem of Amara, a ring that would render its wearer invulnerable, the vampire went toe to toe with Buffy.
She soundly defeated him, choosing to pass the ring along to Angel. Oz, who had a gig in L. However, Angel destroyed the ring, feeling it offered a path to redemption that was all too easy, and that its use would cause him to abandon those in need of his help after dark.
Although Angel season 1, episode 7 largely has nothing to do with anything happening over on Buffy the Vampire Slayer , it does technically begin this crossover.
So, Angel headed to Sunnydale in season 4, episode 8, "Pangs". As is his way, the vampire stuck to the shadows, though he inexplicably kept his involvement secret from Buffy.
This led to an extremely romantic kiss in broad daylight, followed by the long-awaited reunion between Buffy and Angel.
Angel soon realized their happiness came at the cost of innocent lives, possibly even Buffy's. He convinced The Oracles to turn back time, allowing him to kill the demon before its blood could mix with his own.
She even slept with Buffy's boyfriend, Riley, without him being any the wiser. Buffy managed to escape the Council and reverse the body swap, but Faith escaped.
After she kidnapped and tortured Wesley, Faith and Angel engaged in a brutal battle, in which her true intentions were revealed.
Matters became more complicated when both Buffy and the Watchers Council showed up looking for Faith. The end result was Faith turning herself in to the police of her own volition.