Both the first Buffy and Blessed messenger arrangement have secured in awesome detail as to why Spike despises Blessed messenger, but why does Blessed messenger abhor him fair as much?
In Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its following spinoffs, Blessed messenger and Spike have continuously had a fight with each other. Notwithstanding in the event that they are battling on the same side or happen to be foes on inverse sides of the fence, these two can't stand each other. Past the truth that both men are two sides of the same coin, continuously predetermined to butt heads since they're as well alike, there's never been a concrete reason for why they despise each other so much.
Scenes like Angel's "Predetermination" rationalize why Spike abhors Blessed messenger, clarifying that it all started when the last mentioned rested with the adore of Spike's life, Drusilla, decades back fair for fun. As Angelus, he rationally tormented Spike as he would any other of his casualties without reason, clearing out Spike to fault Blessed messenger for him getting to be a beast. The ladies in their life (Buffy included) might too clarify Blessed messenger and Spike's consistent quarreling, but on paper, Blessed messenger doesn't have a reason to abhor Spike as venomously as Spike abhors him, however he does.
Be that as it may, Spike is able to create sense of why Blessed messenger returns the same level of abhor for him. In Blessed messenger #8 by Bryan Edward Slope and Gleb Melnikov, Gunn inquires Spike in the event that Blessed messenger genuinely abhors him, to which Spike reacts that Blessed messenger, "hates his own reflection. When you are a vampire, you make individuals your mirrors." This authoritatively clarifies why the two abhor each other so much.
Angel & Spike Hate Each Other Because They're Too Much Alike
In the event that vampires are a reflection of each other, at that point this must be particularly genuine for Blessed messenger and Spike whose lives have paralleled each other in so numerous ways. As parallel reflections, Spike reminds Blessed messenger of the most exceedingly bad parts of himself that he utilized to be and, in some ways, still is. It's the precise same reason why Spike abhors Blessed messenger.
Indeed a long time after Blessed messenger had as of now recovered himself, Spike still sees Blessed messenger as Angelus whenever he looks at him. By intermediary, Spike may be a strolling update of Angel's unforgiving past which he still feels blameworthy almost. Spike, in the interim, continuously hops at the chance to remind Blessed messenger of his past wrongdoings and Blessed messenger despises him for it. Blessed messenger abhors himself more than anything, but in case he can as it were spend so much time beating himself up sincerely, at that point he can beat up somebody candidly and physically who reminds himself so closely of himself.
Blessed messenger and Spike have both pined for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and they both are changed vampires with substantial reasons to abhor each other.