Spawn #155

Writer: David Hine Artist: Philip Tan, Danny Miki, Allen Martinez, Ryan Winn Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 29, 2006 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Angel Zera takes on the Forgotten in a battle to control the hosts of heaven. On Earth Kali lays waste to India and Spawn learns that as the End Time approaches some of the most terrible creatures of mythology are about to be unleashed. Meanwhile Sam and Twitch uncover the shocking truth about Spawn's inner demons.

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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray May 15, 2006

    The main complaint I had about this issue, and it is a large complaint, is the lack of inventiveness concerning the art of Philip Tan. I realize that Todd McFarlane probably still has a lot of say in how Spawn looks from issue to issue, but there has to be some element of individual style and personal interpretation from each artist. I was shocked at how nothing has really changed artistically in the 14 years this comic book has been in shops. Spawn still has the cape and chains flowing in every direction and filling every panel, creating an impression of extreme busyness in every single frame of the issue, which actually distracts from the story being told. Also, all of the human characters here have the same McFarlane feel we have always seen, particularly the little kids at the very end of the issue. They look like something straight out of the early days of the title. I am not the biggest fan of Tans previous work in Uncanny X-Men, but he still had a unique style, a style th Read Full Review

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