Spawn #150

Writer: David Hine, Brian Holguin, Todd McFarlane Artist: Angel Medina, Philip Tan Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 28, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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While Spawn battles Heaven's bad boy, The Disciple, his greatest enemies are gathering in the pits of Hell. The Grand Inquisitor Thamuz has sworn to uncover Spawn's deepest secret or tear his soul apart trying. Meanwhile, the fate of mankind rests in the hands of a thirteen-year-old boy.

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    Comics Bulletin - Ariel Carmona Jr. Dec 6, 2005

    Final Words: For a guy who couldnt write his way out of the proverbial bag when he was given the assignment to write and illustrate a monthly Spiderman title by Marvel early in his career, McFarlane managed to construct a very interesting back story for Images most successful character, but then he disappointed his fans when he stopped drawing the comic. After 150 issues, Spawn is still an interesting concept (though somewhat derivative, most notably when it came to being symbiotically linked to a living costume) but when you go to a restaurant to have some steak, you dont expect to get seafood. A letter writer to this comic once compared it to a nice juicy steak. Its anniversary edition still serves up steak, but dressed up nice and pretty with a significant amount of garnish. Read Full Review

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