Spawn #10

    Spawn » Spawn #10 - Crossing Over released by Image on May 1993.

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    Crossing Over last edited by pikahyper on 01/25/19 06:33AM View full history

    When Spawn tries to examine Angela's abandoned lance, it transports him into a realm beyond his wildest imaginings. While in this strange world, Spawn encounters imprisoned heroes, faces a mockery of Blind Justice in the form of the Violator, and glimpses a dreamlike scenario of happiness for him, Wanda and Cyan


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    What's not to understand? 0

    I'm not sure why others don't understand this comic or think it's weird. This issue steps outside the Spawn world a little bit. It's more about creator's rights than it is about the Spawn storyline.First off, the story is told by Dave Sim and Todd McFarlane through their characters. That's why it's "I am Spawn/I am not Spawn" Spawn is Todd McFarlane here. Why is the comic in black and white? Because Dave Sim wrote Cerebus and that comic is entirely in black and white. Cerebus ran for 300 i...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    F*cking What? 0

    This comic is really f*cking weird!We've reached our third and possibly final look at Spawn, and dear lord do we have a strange one today. Like our last two outings, we have a special guest writer, a fellow by the name of Dave Sim. Unlike the last two issues however, I'm not as familiar with this guy's work. All I know is that he apparently created some greaser Aardvark named Cerebus who appears later in this issue, and apparently, in preparation for this comic he and Todd McFarlane probably rai...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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