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Hellmouth is set to begin in October setting off the first comic book crossover between Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Publisher BOOM! Studios has already showed us how the road to Hellmouth begins in Angel #5 and has now given us a sneak peek as to what to expect in the follow up issue along with Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9.

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First up in October's Angel #6, the vampire without a soul is trapped in Sunnydale as the rest of his newly formed team has their hands full dealing with the Hellmouth's fallout in Los Angeles. This gang of supernatural crime-solvers must be able to protect LA from the shockwaves of the Hellmouth's opening...and from the newly arrived Spike.

Angel #6 is written by Bryan Edward Hill and illustrated by Gleb Melnikov. It features a main cover by Dan Panosian, a variant cover by Scott Buoncristiano, and a connecting variant by Goñi Montes that links up with Hellmouth #2 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9. It's set for release on October 23rd, 2019.

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Speaking of Buffy #9, we've got some more info on how Hellmouth affects the Chosen One in this issue. Buffy is missing and the All-New Scooby Gang (Cordelia, Robin, Willow, and Xander) need to save everyone in Sunnydale. That's getting pretty difficult as the Hellmouth is spreading evil throughout the area, enthralling everyone in its path. Sunnydale's citizens are turning on one another and the Scoobies are their only hope of salvation from utter chaos and destruction.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9 is written by Jordie Bellaire and illustrated by David López. It features a main cover by Marc Aspinall, variants by Kevin Wada, Ryan Inzana, and Cara McGee, along with a connecting variant by Goñi Montes to go with Angel #6 and Hellmouth #2. It's set for release on November 6th, 2019.

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