string of possessions among the rich and famous in LA lead
Angel to team up with an exorcist. But when the demonic activity
suddenly goes into overdrive, Angel must find out who the
mysterious Father Gaetano is and whether he can trust him...
Possessions is the third Angel graphic novel to
be published in the US by Dark Horse and reprinted in the
UK by Titan. Set during the middle of series one, the story
is good, but doesn't really have any real substance to it.
attempting to drive a demon out of a possessed lawyer, Angel
is given a well-timed hand by Father Noe, an excommunicated
priest. Noe seems to be an expert at driving out demons, and
he's known as "The Exorcist to the Stars." But Angel has reason
to believe there's a darker reason for the Father's success.
The story is pretty clear cut, and not the most thrilling.
biggest weakness is how they deal with Doyle's death. The
novel is not clear on what happens and when, but Doyle is
there at the start of the book, and then he disappears. The
only way you can work out that he dies is the fact there are
no cutting one liners from Cordy, and Angel seems to be brooding
more than normal. An OK Angel story, but there have
been far better.