Angela (real name: Aldrif Odinsdottir) is really a imaginary comic character produced by Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane. While she was from Image Comics' Spawn, this site are only centered on her appearance within the Marvel World following McFarlane and Gaiman settling a over legal rights towards the character, with Gaiman gaining full possession then selling individuals legal rights to Marvel Comics.Angela is really a mysterious being and among the Angels, a race of very materialist and selfish creatures hailing from Heven [sic], the Tenth Realm based on Marvel's form of the Norse cosmogony. They waged a war against Asgard until Odin severed Heven's link with Yggdrasil, divorcing it in the other Nine Realms.She's pulled from Heven because of harm to the multiverse inflicted during Chronilogical age of Ultron. Confused and enraged, she charges toward Earth from space, simply to be intercepted by Gamora, who, as is really standard in super hero comics, attacks her. She's taken when all of those other Guardians from the Universe arrive and have the ability to defeat her. After an interrogation, Angela claims she was just going to Earth because she desired to view it for herself. The Guardians realize they really incited the battle, free Angela, and accompany her to Earth.Within the crossover with all of-New X-Men, the Trial of Jean Gray, Angela continues to be using the Guardians and works together with both teams to save a period-displaced Jean Gray from captivity through the Shi'ar Empire.During Original Crime, it's says Angela is really Aldrif, Odin and Frigga's lengthy-lost daughter, making her the older half-sister to Thor and adoptive sister to Loki. She was supposedly wiped out when she was still being a baby through the Queen of Angels during Asgard's war using the Angels. Her "dying" was what caused Odin to sever the Tenth Realm in the other nine, as punishment for his or her attack. But she wasn't dead, so when the Queen of Angels purchased the corpse of the people to become disposed, the Angel tasked to do this discovered it had been still alive, and elevated her among the Angels underneath the new name Angela.Angela later abandons the Guardians from the Universe when Old Loki telepathically informs her the portal to Heven is open which she will go back home. As Thor battles Heven's pads, Angela seems, getting been led towards the entrance to Heven by Loki, and prepares to fight Thor. Angela defeats Thor, and it is then relayed through the Queen of Angels to create Thor to her.While Loki leads an Angel fleet to Asgard, underneath the false pretense of helping them destroy it, Thor escapes captivity and engages Angela in combat once more. The battle is interrupted when Odin arrives and recognizes Angela as his daughter. He asks her to participate him and all of those other Asgardians, but Angela refuses, as she was elevated to consider Asgardians were her opponents. However, she's made to leave Heven too because of the Angels rejecting her on her lineage. Without any spot to go, Angela sets out look around the other realms.Her first ongoing series began in December 2014, entitled as Angela: Asgard's Assassin, compiled by Kieron Gillen and Marguerite Bennett. During Secret Wars (2015) the title was substituted with 1602: Witch Hunter Angela. Publish Secret Wars, her story ongoing in Angela: Queen of Hel, which concluded in April 2016.As her books are usually area of the Thor family, most figures out of this series are available here, or her team here.Notable Comics appearance
- 1602: Witch Hunter Angela (tie-directly into Secret Wars (2015))
- All-New X-Men
- Angela: Asgard's Assassin
- Angela: Queen of Hel
- Chronilogical age of Ultron
- Guardians from the Universe vol. 3
- Original Crime 5.1-5.5 also referred to as Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm
- Election Loki
- Guardians from the Universe: Universal Weapons (2014): A non-canon mobile game loosely according to Guardians from the Universe movie.
- Marvel: Avengers Alliance (2012-2016): Seems as unlockable playable heroine since PvP Season 19.
- Marvel Heroes: Like playable character, voiced by Laura Bailey.
- Action Girl: She's an Asgardian and elevated like a warrior of Angels. She's skilled with lots of weapons, especially axe and sword.
- An Axe to Grind
- Anachronic Order: Angela's solo books tend to utilize a kind of disjointed flashback and/or story within story heavy type of storytelling.
- Angela Can Inhale Space: She is capable of doing living in the vacuum of space unaided. This weirds Starlord out a little.
- Badass Gay: She fancies women (She's and in rapport with Sera) and it is indeed very badass.
- Badass Princess: While she initially did not know this, she's daughter of Odin and Frigga, King and Queen of Asgard.
- Fight Ballgown: The brand new costume she will get in her own solo series. It had been literally a wedding gown initially. Though on Angela it appears as though completely functional armor, since it adapts to the wearer's concept of beauty, and Angela is, as Sera states, "very stabby."
- Black Sheep: Not too her family does not love her, all Asgardians adore her, but her upbringing through the enemy (especially that by Angel standards their affection put her inside a debt she did not want) caused her to digital rebel and deny them. Loki declared her their side from the family frequently because of this.
- Bloodstream Dark night
- Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism: Female Angels are usually Winged Humanoid mercenaries (there are several born wingless they're treated as disabled and 2nd class citizens otherwise outright slaves). Male Angels are not only seen rare (one out of 100 births), but additionally physically less strong and wingless. Culturally they're treated like a different caste serving within the cheapest ranks from the church.
- Bodyguarding a Badass: She's Loki's chief of peace of mind in his presidential campaign.
- Canon Immigrant:
- It had been initially ambiguous whether the Angela that debuted in Marvel Comics is identical one out of Spawn, as she states she was involuntarily pulled in to the Marvel World from her very own and incredibly couple of information on her home dimension received. It's ultimately says Marvel's incarnation of Angela isn't just Asgardian but Thor's lengthy-lost older half-sister, making her a totally different character from Image's incarnation. Also, she wasn't really pulled from from Marvel World, but rather she's pulled from Heven (a.k.a. the Tenth Realm) into arena of mortals, not very not even close to Midgard (Earth), and she or he didn't have understanding about Midgard at that time.
- It takes place again in Queen of Hel, two times. The Leah who's now coping with Angela and Sera happens to be the Leah in the Secret Wars: Siege miniseries, and issue 6 brings Angela facing the Faustian Queen, who's really Angela from 1602: Witch Hunter Angela, who had been introduced in to the primary Marvel world because of the cursed play compiled by Lady Serah in some way falling with the cracks once the Multiverse was reborn. Stated play has become thought to be a lost Shakespearean play that's common understanding, as well as Thor recalls studying it in senior high school.
- Chainmail Bikini: Metallic bra and panties are the armor she must fight. This is really an Angel factor. She will get a Fight Ballgown afterwards in her own solo series.
- Concepts Are Cheap: Angela fully believes this, and will not fight for recognition (or freedom, or justice, or any ideal), and should not conceive that her lengthy lost family want her simply because she's family. Yes, it is really an Angel factor.
- Awesome Sword
- Demonization: Another Angel factor is distributing crazy slander regarding their (Asgardian) opponents, for instance that Volstagg Eats Babies, Heimdall uses his omniscience as a Peeping Tom, and Bor switched his shieldmaidens into soul eating monstrosities.
- Dystopia: When the other tropes haven't clued you in, Heven isn't a good home unless of course you fall under the narrow demographic of "perfectly healthy, wealthy, female angel from good backgroundOror with considerable fighting skills, with no morals to talk of".
- Extreme Multilingual: Because of the Allspeak she will communicate in any languages from the Nine Realms, Earth's 'languages', as well as other alien languages.
- Equivalent Exchange: Being an Angel she believes in fair trade, so yes, if she does anything for anyone that includes a financial cost-tag of equivalent size (or perhaps a existence for any existence and the like). She also deeply detests feeling/finding yourself in debt.
- Fiery Redhead: She's redheaded and it is fiery and boisterous since many Angels/Asgardians warrior alike.
- Fire-Forged Buddies: With Gamora during her time with Guardians from the Universe. It had been Gamora who leaped and fought against her the very first time. Eventually as teammates, they're qualified enough to become Smash Siblings.
- Flat-Earth Atheist: As Angels generally she only believes in material things (Angels apparently have goddesses but individuals are usually limited to facets of fighting, survival or money), so concepts as an afterlife and getting back from the dead are foreign to her. Regrettably on their behalf Angels do fit in with Marvel's Norse World Tree meaning they're going to Hel after dying, because no Valkyrie would choose an Angel for Valhalla, and Hela was clearly expected to produce the worst hell on their behalf, due to Aldrif's fate.
- Flight: She's apparently competent to fly within the vacuum of space. Her Fight Ballgown costume has a set of wings which power.
- Healing Factor: She's not invulnerable to any or all harm which is possible sufficient blunt physical pressure can injure her. But because of her unique physiology she has the capacity to heal from most injuries considerably faster than a person could.
- Lengthy-Resided: It's a common misconception that Angela and yet another Gods of Asgard are really immortal. Angela and yet another people of her race do age but for a price so slow that with other beings they provide the look of growing old.
- Lengthy-Lost Relative: She's Odin's daughter, and therefore Thor's half-sister & Loki's adopted sister.
- Significant Relabel: She's renamed as Angela when she's elevated by Angels.
- Mercury's Wings: She wears a winged circlet on her behalf mind.
- Missing Mother: Apparently her surrogate mother, among the Queen's servants, disappeared mysteriously. Once the associated with the church from the tenth realm attempted to bribe her with details about her… she did not go kindly.
- Monochromatic Eyes: Her eyes colour is white-colored.
- Most Typical Superpower
- Ms. Fanservice: Most Typical Superpower? Check. Stripperiffic with Chainmail Bikini? Check.
- Multi-Melee Master: Uses a number of weapons, together with a Awesome Sword, an axe, her ribbons, and some type of polearm-searching-like-factor.
- Nineties Anti-Heroine: Most Typical Superpower? Check. Stripperiffic with Chainmail Bikini? Check. Really loves killing things by having an arsenal of very varied weapons? Check. Belt large enough to pay for her entire pelvis? Check.
- Our Angels Will Vary: In other words, she is not an Angel, but Asgardian. But she's elevated by Angel and therefore once thought that she was an Angel. But additionally Angels listed here are a race of callous and ruthlessly effective mercenaries, with philosophies centred around materialism.
- The greater traditional picture of angels as winged servants of God have demonstrated up a few occasions in Ghost Rider comics, but they are completely outside of the Tenth Realm versions connected with Asgard.
- Elevated by Orcs: She's an Asgardian, but she's elevated by Angels who're in war with Asgardians.
- Saved in the Underworld: The fundamental premise from the Queen of Hel series. Meaning Sera is dead, and also the "Sera" we meet outdoors of flashbacks in Asgards's Assassin is Malekith impersonating her.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: When she's accidentally pulled in the Tenth Realm, she swears vengeance on the one that caused it to occur.
- Shout-Out: Queen of Hell #5 is entitled "Watch the Queen Conquer."
- Smash Siblings: Angela and Gamora in Guardians from the Universe.
- Statuesque Stunner: Stands tall at 6'2" and it is the tallest lady in Guardians from the Universe.
- The Stoic: As Sera lampshaded Angela is simply too stoic to have an expository inner monologue.
- Stripperiffic: Even her creator Neil Gaiman themself has asked the functionality of Angela's dress code. Lampshaded by Leah as apparently Sera described her inside a space bikini to her… as well as in vivid detail. Leah sounds a little bit disappointed that Angela is within a brand new (and far less revealing) costume once they meet.
- Superhero Gods: She's Asgardian, biological daughter of-Father Odin and all sorts of-Mother Frigga, sister towards the Mighty Thor, the God of Thunder. Angela herself once became a member of the super hero team, Guardians from the Universe, and fought against alongside them.
- Super Strength: Thinking about her capability to match an admittedly weary and wounded Thor blow for blow, noting he had 'a slight edge in raw strength', she also needs to possess Class 100 strength. Simultaneously, she noted that they was far quicker than he was, though this, again, ought to be taken poor his weakened condition.
- Transgender: Sera (male-to-female) has become substantial attention in the press to be the very first transgender leading character inside a comic.
- Under garments of Power: That is included in oversized belt.
- Weapon of preference: She wields axe and sword into fight.
- Whip It Good: Has a set of "ribbons" which are either part of her armor or part of her, that function midway between this and Whip Sword.
- Resourse: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ComicBook/
ANGELA: ASGARD'S ASSASSIN #1 from Marvel Comics
Arock135Tennis: I really enjoyed this comic. The art, as you all said, was great. As a person who read anothing with Angela in it, I thought it was pretty solid, and the cliff hanger was interesting. Was it fantastic? No. Was it confusing? Yes. But I was interested by it and will follow this series.
Toki Warbeast: Just picked this one up today and all I can say is meh. Saw it at the comic book store and got just because of my curiosity of how the Gaiman/McFarland lawsuit would affect how Angela would be in Marvel now. It however wasn't that good and has nothing to do with her past in Image/Spawn. Should have just let her be with the Guardians of the Galaxy, she showed up there for a bit and was kind of fun but with this it's blah.
fresh mate: I have a different opinion. \n\nI fucking love the hell out of this book.
psychopachikryder: You asked, I'll answer. Sadly I would not like to read this book…. Thanks guys :)
mysticalredbeanie: i really loved angela in the guardians of the galaxy books…but this book just doesn't work…its like wonder woman all over again
Julian Dandin: Gillen should stick to teen books, he's processed so far from phonogram that his non angsty teen stuff reads weird.
Mercy's Little Show: I have this book coming in my order. I was kinda hoping it would be good. Well I still got the new Thor book to give me a bad ass chick.
ComicPOP: She's still kinda badass in this book…
Tuuralihn: Ok, so you're sitting down, but now you're not in the comicbook shop. There is still a disturbance in the force. I DON'T DO WELL WITH CHANGE, OK? Other than that, fun episode! Keep em comin!
ComicPOP: +Tuuralihn lol We appreciate it.