Spawn #200 (1992) cover f

Spawn #200 (1992) cover f

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
story TODD MCFARLANE & ROBERT KIRKMAN
art TODD MCFARLANE, GREG CAPULLO, DANNY MIKI & GUESTS
cover ASHLEY WOOD

SPAWN 200 ARRIVES! In June of 1992 the first issue of TODD McFARLANE's SPAWN hit bookshelves in record numbers. Now, 17 years later, the new Spawn, Jim Downing, comes head to head with the biggest enemy of the Spawn universe, with his new sidekick Clown. Can this dynamite duo team up long enough to survive the return of a ruthless Spawn villain? And what happens when GOD gets into the action? This double-sized issue is jam packed with over a dozen of comic's greatest creative talents. SPAWN #200 features the long awaited return of TODD MCFARLANE and GREG CAPULLO to interior artwork!
Date Available: 01/12/2011
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

With long chains, a red cape that goes from here to eternity, and fingernails that need to be cut, we finally make it, eighteen years in the making, to Spawn’s Super Giant-Sized Anniversary issue. I admit I’m surprised, and impressed; McFarlane has stuck to his guns, and many readers have supported him on it. For me, this character does not embrace 200 issues. I’m unwilling to spend money to see The Violator month after month, or the relentless demonic fighting. Spawn is chatty, too; this particular issue was overwrought with dialogue, which had me scratching my head at times on what was being said. Yeah, I figured it out (I think), but it all seemed bravado, like schoolyard name-calling. Still, the art was thrilling, and at $3.99 for an extended format comic—good value. If you like anniversary issues, here’s a cheaper alternative for you. That’s something, at least.
5 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
story TODD MCFARLANE & ROBERT KIRKMAN
art TODD MCFARLANE, GREG CAPULLO, DANNY MIKI & GUESTS
cover ASHLEY WOOD

SPAWN 200 ARRIVES! In June of 1992 the first issue of TODD McFARLANE's SPAWN hit bookshelves in record numbers. Now, 17 years later, the new Spawn, Jim Downing, comes head to head with the biggest enemy of the Spawn universe, with his new sidekick Clown. Can this dynamite duo team up long enough to survive the return of a ruthless Spawn villain? And what happens when GOD gets into the action? This double-sized issue is jam packed with over a dozen of comic's greatest creative talents. SPAWN #200 features the long awaited return of TODD MCFARLANE and GREG CAPULLO to interior artwork!
Date Available: 01/12/2011
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

With long chains, a red cape that goes from here to eternity, and fingernails that need to be cut, we finally make it, eighteen years in the making, to Spawn’s Super Giant-Sized Anniversary issue. I admit I’m surprised, and impressed; McFarlane has stuck to his guns, and many readers have supported him on it. For me, this character does not embrace 200 issues. I’m unwilling to spend money to see The Violator month after month, or the relentless demonic fighting. Spawn is chatty, too; this particular issue was overwrought with dialogue, which had me scratching my head at times on what was being said. Yeah, I figured it out (I think), but it all seemed bravado, like schoolyard name-calling. Still, the art was thrilling, and at $3.99 for an extended format comic—good value. If you like anniversary issues, here’s a cheaper alternative for you. That’s something, at least.
5 out of 10 Grahams
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