Entertainment Weekly have revealed how Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane’s Angela will look when the character makes her debut in the final issue of Age of Ultron:
Angela first appeared in 1993 in the pages of Todd MacFarlane’s Spawn where she was introduced by writer Neil Gaiman and artist Todd MacFarlane, two of the biggest names to emerge from the comics scene of the past three decades. The two creators were also the top names printed on a mountain of legal documents during their decade-long legal battle for control of Angela. That was resolved in early 2012 and Angela now gets her wings, so to speak, in a Marvel issue co-written by Gaiman and Brain Bendis.
Her background: She was a foe and then romantic interest to Spawn and a flip image of him in many ways – he represents a conflicted antihero fashioned by the fires of hell and while she is a strident soul and ferocious warrior that won’t be mistaken for a cherub anytime soon. Interestingly, the biggest change to the character visually would be the tweaking of the wings on her headgear, which were perhaps a bit too close to the feathered fashion of Thor’s crown.
Drawn here by Joe Quesada,it’;s unclear yet just how the character will fit into the already crowded Marvel U,but you can be sure there will be quite a rush to find out on June 10th when Age of Ultron #10 hits the stands.