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Fallen Angel: Issues 1-16 DC Comics


Fallen Angel: Issues 1-16 DC Comics
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Overview: Fallen Angel is a fictional comic book heroine created and owned by Peter David. It was published by DC Comics from July 2003 until it was cancelled with issue #20 in May 2005 because of low sales. It resumed publication through IDW Publishing in December 2005

The series is unique among David's works in that it is not a comical superhero series. While not completely without humor, it is a very dark book with morally ambiguous characters. It was also one of the few "mature readers" books that DC published outside its Vertigo imprint, and was created to serve as a "bridge" between the mainstream DC titles and its Vertigo titles. The series and character is owned by Peter David himself, and not DC. The first series was illustrated in the typical pen-and-ink method of the comic book industry by penciler David Lopez and inker Federico Blanco. The second series is illustrated via a digitally-painted method by J.K. Woodward.

The story focuses on Lee (also known as the Fallen Angel) who is arguably a superheroine residing in the city of Bete Noire. The city is completely riddled with corruption, and supernatural characters who emerge at night, and is managed by the magistrate, Doctor Juris, who answers to unknown powers. Lee is possibly the only force for justice in the city.

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