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    Reviews - Spawn - #207

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BEST COMIC BOOK OUT THERE!!! - cazador
The new direction this new classic has taken continues to surprise me. The new characters work great with the story, and I'm loving it even more every new issue. The artwork is shockingly great. Even though the use of photoshop has been put down by some hardcore fans, who still expect to see Greg Capullo's or even Todd's drawings, it embodies everything Spawn stood for back in the day. I think artistically it is the BEST COMIC BOOK out there, and the storyline keeps you waiting for the stores to open their doors so you can find out what happens next.

AN ALL OUT TWO THUMBS UP!!!!!




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