This volume was better than the last, but mostly not that great. There's four stories here. The first, with Gunn and Illyria, is a post-After the Fall storyline. It does little other than to catch us up on those characters. Next is a Drusilla story, co-written by Juliet Landau. I was surprised by how much I ended up liking it. It is a very strange story, but since the entire thing is filtered through Dru's perceptions, that's to be expected. The third story is an overly long Angel-and-the-gang-at-a-con thing. I admit that Spike's impression of Angel was mostly hilarious, but the rest of the story... Well, I could have done with less of it. Last up is the Hollywood adaptation of the After the Fall storyline, with typical Hollywood attention to detail: Spike has become a woman, and Angel's ex-fiancee. Funny at first, but since it's meant to be a bad Hollywood "blockbuster" film, I ended up getting tired of that, too. Still, it's way better than the last volume had been, possibly because it completely ignores everything that happened there.