Spawn battles his greatest enemy… HIMSELF! When Al Simmons was resurrected as a Hellspawn, he became symbiotically connected to his living necroplasmic costume. Now that costume has turned against him, and it's tearing him apart…
Together the stellar art with the solid storytelling make this an enjoyable effort. It's hasn't made me eager for what's to come, but I didn't regret taking the time to read the issue. One can hope future Spawn issues are more like this rather than the one I read a couple months ago. Read Full Review
I miss the days when Spawn lived in an alley. Narrative sense has increasingly disappeared from the Spawn verse. I think that this has become even more true after the whole the Apocalypse came and Spawn remade the world thing. This issue would be a one bullet if not for Mayhews art. Read Full Review
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