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    Reviews - Spawn - #10

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10/10 - Johnny Darkness
This is one of my favorite single issues of all time. I kept it even after I sold all other issues of Spawn.

Very quick read - kafraco
There is so little substance to this book, that it wasn't until I read the synopsis on this site that even understood what was going on. There was no context given for this story so it just looked like a bunch of pretty pictures all in a row.

This was my first exposure to Cerebus and to say he underwhelmed me would be putting it lightly. The creators had some interesting things to say about their views on how DC and Marvel treat comic characters and comic creators who work for them. However just when you think they are about to make a statement on the subject, they just veer off into a sequence where Cerebus makes a date to go to a hockey game (!?!). I don't know what I expected, but this wasn't it.

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