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    Hellspawn #2

    Hellspawn » Hellspawn #2 - The Clown - Part II released by Image on September 2000.

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    The Clown - Part II last edited by sametattoos on 08/24/22 08:19AM View full history

    The reinvented Clown is terrorizing seeming innocents, but he now has to answer to the Hellspawn. What the Hellspawn doesn't know is that the rules of war between Heaven and Hell have changed. The outcome of this battle may not be what he hopes for. The Hellspawn series begins a new era in the Spawn mythos. The award-winning duo of Brian Michael Bendis and Ashley Wood team up for a fresh, bold look into the legend of the Hellspawn.

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    The Reverend Gary Danes appears on the “Suzie Booker Show”, and spews his racist and bigoted views to the audience. Meanwhile, Clown once again meets an average person, Claire, and they get into a debate over the existence of Hell; a debate the Clown wins by introducing Claire to the real thing. Spawn again is aware of Clown’s interference, and again confronts him. This time, the Clown transforms into his alter-ego, Violator, and lets Spawn know that like it or not he is involved in what is going on.

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