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Fallen Angel: Return of the Son

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Once upon a time, Jude, the son of the Fallen Angel, was the greatest power in Bete Noire -- before being brought low. Now he serves the needs of others while angrily remembering his glory days. But that may be about to change with the arrival of the ageless individual for whom Bete Noire was originally named -- Enoch, Son of Cain, has come to the city that Shapes the Worl ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published July 19th 2011 by IDW Publishing
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Mira
Jun 27, 2015 rated it liked it
The ending felt a little rushed and a little too ambiguous for my tastes. There is clearly more story to be told.
Colleen
Aug 30, 2011 rated it it was ok
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Matthew
This volume focusses on the mother/son bond between Liandra and Jude, and dives headfirst into the surreal weirdness of the series, but at this point it all seems like the original story is over and this volume isn't needed.
Jdetrick
Is this the last volume of Fallen Angel? I hope not. I have no idea where the story goes from here, but I'd love to find out.
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