Celebrate Halloween with a First Look at Buffy & Angel Hellmouth #2

It’s Halloween and explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has a treat for you! No, it’s not marijuana edibles disguised as Halloween candy. What self-respecting stoner would give away their stash like that?! What BOOM! has is much better than candy, a first look at Hellmouth #2, the next issue in the Buffyverse super-mega-crossover event by Jordie Bellaire, Jeremy Lambert, and Eleonora Carlini.

From the press release:

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 23, 2019) – BOOM! Studios today unveiled a first look at HELLMOUTH #2, in partnership with 20th Century Fox. The five-issue series event from writers Jordie Bellaire (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Jeremy Lambert (Doom Patrol) and artist Eleonora Carlini (Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers) brings Buffy and Angel face to face in the world-ending event hundreds of years in the making—the opening of the Hellmouth!

Buffy and Angel must find a way to work together as the HELLMOUTH begins to open and evil spreads across Sunnydale. But can Angel keep his true identity a secret from the Slayer or will the HELLMOUTH force him to reveal the monster within?

HELLMOUTH #2 features a main cover by fan-favorite artist Jenny Frison (Wonder Woman), along with a variant cover by artist Goñi Montes (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) that connects to ANGEL #6 and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #9.

The book is set to hit stores on November 13th, but you can see four unlettered pages right now, no trick! Check ’em out below.

BUFFY VAMPIRE SLAYER ANGEL HELLMOUTH #2 CVR A FRISON
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(W) Jordie Bellaire, Jeremy Lambert (A) Eleonora Carlini (CA) Jenny Frison
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR CONTINUES! Buffy and Angel must find a way to work together as the Hellmouth begins to open and evil spreads across Sunnydale. But can Angel keep his true identity a secret from Buffy, or will the Hellmouth force him to reveal the monster within?
In Shops: Nov 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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