Spawn #9

    Spawn » Spawn #9 - Angela released by Image on March 1993.

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    Neil Gaiman's imagination proves it's strength with this fantasy filled issue. A brief glimpse of a previous spawn, show's the true of angels, something Cog knows oh so well. Now a hunter angel has come looking for spawn, however he is a new breed of hellspawn, and might be more than she expected.



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    Welcome to part 2 of our 3 part look at early 90's Spawn. Last issue was written by God among comic book writer's, Alan Moore. This time around, our writer is someone even more awesome, if that's even possible, Neil Gaiman. Let's see, how to describe the the critically acclaimed writer of such works as Sand Man, Books of Magic, and for my Whovian friends out there, the writer of the Doctor Who series six episode: The Doctor's wife. Imagine Stan Lee, Alan Moore, Stephen King, Douglas Adams and A...

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