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BLASTERMIND Angels

Angels seem to be all over the place at the moment, from Eternal Law on our TV screens (although not for long...) to forthcoming big-budget movies such as The Mortal Instruments . So this week we thought we'd have some feathery fun with a selection of heavenly creatures of all shapes and sizes who found time to visit us puny humans here on Earth.

Here's a selection of winged wonders for you to pick through. In most cases, we want you to name them. The only exception is number four, whose name is just “The Angel” (original), so for that one we want the name of the show or film they appeared in.

And remember: angels don't just sit around on clouds playing on harps all day. Personally we'd pay good money to see a fight to the death between Angel 5 and Angel 10. We don't rate Angel 1's chances, though...

Usual request: Please don’t put answers in the comments section below (though feel free to use it to boast/bemoan how well/badly you’re doing) but the folks on this thread are quite happy for you to post and discuss answers if you follow the golden rule of only posting answers in invisible text (if you don’t know how ask somebody there – they’re very friendly).

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Monica (Roma Downey), Touched By An Angel

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The Metatron (Alan Rickman), Dogma

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Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino), Supernatural

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Emily (Emma Thompson), Angels In America

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Gabriel (Kevin Durand), Legion

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Damiel (Bruno Ganz), Wings Of Desire

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Islington (Peter Capaldi), Neverwhere

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Clarence (Henry Travers), It’s A Wonderful Life

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Michael (John Travolta), Michael

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Gabriel (Tilda Swinton), Constantine

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