Nordic Noir, or "Scandinavian Noir," refers to a genre of crime fiction usually written from a police point of view and set in Scandinavia or Nordic countries. Typically, these narratives are dark and brooding, characterized by a deep sense of melancholy, complexity, and moral ambiguity. The landscapes of Nordic countries, usually portrayed in stark, austere beauty and often in the grip of winter, often play a significant role, not just as mere settings, but as pivotal elements that inform the overall gloomy mood.
Damiel is now married to Marion, runs the pizzeria “Da Angelo” and the two have a child. The solitarily remaining angel Cassiel is more and more dissatisfied with his destiny as a mere observer of human life and finally decides to take the great leap. As Karl Engel he soon gets into a dubious milieu and finds himself as the assistant of the German American Baker, who makes his money with shady arms deals and sends films east in exchange for weapons. Cassiel’s adventure turns into a “thriller” when he decides to put a stop to Baker’s game.
Peter Parker and his friends go on a summer trip to Europe. However, they will hardly be able to rest - Peter will have to agree to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of creatures that cause natural disasters and destruction throughout the continent.