Here's what happens when your legal guys are asleep at the wheel... the hasty reboot of MARVEL UK's HELL'S ANGEL as the little less trademark lawsuit-baiting DARK ANGEL after only six months on sale. Not a great way to build a loyal audience in a febrile market.
Apparently, Marvel had to make a $35,000 donation to the charity Ronald McDonald House as recompense for troubling the biker collective. Harley Davidson obviously didn't read a lot of British comics at the time.
It's telling that Marvel weren't even able to insert a "Hell's Angel becomes Dark Angel" type cover splash to ease the transition on this issue.
I also vaguely recall that a small indie also had prior claim to the second title... but I can't find anything to that effect online.
Under the two titles, the book ran for a total of sixteen issues which makes it one of the longest survivors of the Genesis books. The strip, complete with name-change, was also reprinted in OVERKILL for the home market.