Spawn #1

    Spawn » Spawn #1 - Questions Pt.1 released by Image on May 1992.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    Questions Pt.1 last edited by toxin45 on 03/22/23 04:45PM View full history

    While a strange assailant stalks the city, ripping out human hearts, another otherworldly being arrives. As his mind reels, our tortured hero remembers that he struck a deal with the devil in order to return to his beloved wife - five years after his death. The man who was Al Simmons is no more. He has become Spawn.

    This issue was a wild success selling 1.7 million copies during its launch.


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    The Big Bang 0

    Ah, the 90's. We so often look at them with a mixture of resentment, embarrassment, and condescension. Say what you will, at one point Todd McFarlane was dead center at the forefront of the comic book art world. Personally, I think he's somewhere in between the reviled Liefeld and the venerated Jim Lee. What I mean by that is that he's lost some of his relevance, but his art still holds up today. As far as the contents of this debut issue goes, the title of the inaugural arc sums it all up perfe...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    McFarlane Spawns a Badass 0

    I give you mad props for going with your gut on this, Todd. I heard you had this idea since high school. I'm really, really, REALLY, glad you stuck to that dream to make a new chronicle in comic book history. An excellent story and interesting cast of characters, SPAWN #! is an instant original. Amazing. Spectacular. UBER PWNAGE! All these words describe it. I loved it and have bought #1-4 of Spawn Origins, and have never looked back and sure as hell (pun intended) don't regret it. You have a cr...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Less Is More 0

    Meet Spawn, a hero with no memory. He is a hero with no past, no secret identity, no idea who he really is. That means he has no baggage. This is the perfect jumping on point! The bits and pieces that he does remember are this: love and hate; good and bad. He was betrayed and given a raw deal; now he's damned to walk the earth with a really long cape, lots of chains and pouches around his thigh. He's Frank Miller's The Dark Knight crossbred with The Amazing Spider-Man black symbiote costume with...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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