Spawn #179

Writer: David Hine Artist: Brian Haberlin Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 28, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2
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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…

  • 7.8
    IGN - Richard George Jun 4, 2008

    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

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - W. Scott Poole Jun 6, 2008

    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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