Spawn #129

Writer: Brian Holguin Artist: Angel Medina Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: October 1, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Homicide Detective Sam Burke investigates a grisly murder scene where the phrase "Where's Wanda?" is scrawled in blood on the wall above the victim. At the same time, Jason Wynn plays out a scene from Macbeth, as he tries desperately to wash away the blood from his hands and his conscience. Al Simmons finds himself trapped in a game of Russian Roulette with Twitch Williams. Twitch blames Al for destroying his life. As the game comes closer to an end, Spawn teaches Twitch a lesson about life and death.

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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Nov 8, 2003

    While this is going on, the scene shifts to Al Simmons being held hostage by Twitch. I love stories within stories and then back to the killing in which the killer known as Jason is fighting with some inner demon. Poor Jason tries to wrestle back control, but this inner demon is a whole lot stronger than Jason's will. It was strange to see a helpless Al Simmons being verbally tormented by Twitch, but the tables turn on Twitch as Al Simmons resumes his role as Spawn and gives Twitch a few things to think about. Then the cliffhanger with Al Simmons being shot really through me off guard! What an excellent story! Keep them coming! Read Full Review

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