Spawn Collection, Vol. 2

Spawn Collection Vol Witness the power of pure Spawn with this essential collection It all started in with Todd McFarlane s smash hit Spawn Don t have those early issues Oh yeah they ve been out of print for years W

  • Title: Spawn Collection, Vol. 2
  • Author: Todd McFarlane Grant Morrison Greg Capullo Tom Orzechowski Andrew Grossenberg Marc Silvestri
  • ISBN: 9781582406107
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Witness the power of pure Spawn with this essential collection It all started in 1992 with Todd McFarlane s smash hit Spawn Don t have those early issues Oh, yeah they ve been out of print for years Well, here they are in a brand new collection bigger and badder than ever This collection features the pulse pounding art and stories of the master himself, Todd McFarlaWitness the power of pure Spawn with this essential collection It all started in 1992 with Todd McFarlane s smash hit Spawn Don t have those early issues Oh, yeah they ve been out of print for years Well, here they are in a brand new collection bigger and badder than ever This collection features the pulse pounding art and stories of the master himself, Todd McFarlane This collection also includes Marc Silvestri s Spawn issue and Greg Capullo s first issues.

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    1. The great stories of Spawn continue. See my main review of the first collection to see what I think, but overall, this is a great series.And how could you not like these bundles? I've not read them in this format, I'll admit, but I've read a few other comic collections that I missed in my younger, collecting days.These are good and you don't have to worry about keeping them in good condition. They're good for the kids too. Alright, maybe not Spawn :)

    2. McFarlane can't write at all and when he has guests come in and take over duties it just highlights how bad his writing is. One of the few comic books I'll fall asleep while reading.The art is nice though.

    3. 3.5 Stars.These 20 issues of Spawn had their ups and downs, but the overall picture was good. The art is well known and the overall story progresses nicely. However, when reading this all at once it suffers from slight tediousness and a drive from the reader to, from time to time, "get on with it". Al Simmons does great in his ability to save people in the nick of time, but at the same time, seems to not care enough about his new "savior" status to learn about the limits of his costume. Will his [...]

    4. One of the problems with the three big omnibus volumes of 'Spawn' I bought was that it was only after I bought them and started reading them that I realized that there are gaps. Pretty big ones, in fact. Volume 1 completely omits the issues relating to Spawn's fight with Angela, for example.The story is starting to suffer a lot of 'same-ness'. The art work is great. Stellar, in fact, but the story just isn't holding up its end and it's taking too long to do it.

    5. I have the individual issues so i don't know what happens in this collection, but read my review on Spawn Collection, Vol. 1 5of5 stars on Spawn altogether.

    6. This is one huge graphic novel. Not just the amount of pages. But the characters; Chapel, Overt-Kill, Anti-Spawn, The Curse, Houdini and the Normal gang from Todd McFarlanes comics. Spawn's Clock is at 6:8:8:7 to be continued

    7. Amazing art, but oh god the writing is terrible. And constant references to mini-series containing major plots points that affect the main series, kinda lame.

    8. I can't believe it's taken me this long to get into the Spawn series! I read the first one a while back and just recently got my hands on this. The story is compelling and I just want more!

    9. A darker hero than most. While the story is above average it's the fantastic McFarlane art that makes this book above the regular comics. Very recommended

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