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The title was revived shortly after, reprinting earlier issues from issue #67 to #93.In 19, a three-part Angel solo feature was published as a back-up strip in Ka-Zar #2 and #3 and Marvel Tales #30.Ben Foster played the role of Angel in the 2006 film X-Men: The Last Stand and Ben Hardy portrays him in the 2016 film X-Men: Apocalypse.He appeared as a regular character in that title until it was cancelled with issue #66.During X-Factor #16–24, the character is presumed dead after losing his wings and apparently killing himself in a plane crash.Angel was dramatically revamped as a character, given a new costume, blue skin, and metallic wings which could fire blades.Angel appeared in the X-Men revamp by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum in 1975 with the introduction of the "All-New, All-Different X-Men" (Giant-Size X-Men #1, May 1975), but left the X-Men title with issue #94.
A time-displaced version of Angel's younger self currently stars in All-New X-Men (2013–present).
After Chris Claremont replaced Austen on that title, the character went away for several months before reappearing in the pages of another Claremont-written series, Excalibur (vol. He continued to guest-star in the Incredible Hulk title during the events of World War Hulk (2007) and then returned to the Uncanny X-Men through issue #538 (2011) while also appearing in X-Force (vol.
3) (2008), where the character has regained his metallic wings and again assumed the codename Archangel, and subsequently in Uncanny X-Force (2010), in which his mind and personality were wiped.
While Angel's wings were originally feathered, his transition to Archangel resulted in metallic wings and newfound powers.
As one of the original X-Men, Archangel has had a frequent presence in X-Men-related comic books throughout the years and also appeared occasionally in X-Men animated series and video games.