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    • by David Finniss


      The man who Clown enlisted arrives at a club to meet a man named Claudio. While he’s initially let in, albeit reluctantly, a group of thugs insist that he leave. They drag him out to a back alley. When a bunch of rowdy drunks wander into the alley, they all transform into monsters that brutally kill the kids.

      The leader threatens the bald man, but the man warns him not to do what he plans on doing. The monster

      doesn’t listen and bites him. It turns out to be a deadly move as the blood he drinks is poisonous. The man informs the monster that he works for Clown and that Clown wants to talk to Claudio.

      Jim, meanwhile, returns to the alley to see that the angel is missing. He wanders around until he finds her, broken, bleeding and rambling. Another figure emerges. I have no clue who he is, but he looks a tad ...

      • like Lobo. He explains that angels go insane after having their wings ripped off and that she is beyond saving.

        The angel tells Spawn not to listen. Spawn attacks the guy, but it doesn’t fare as well as he would’ve hoped. He maintains the upper hand, but the figure tells him that his powers are fading and that he can’t control them.

        The comic ends with the Violator himself approaching the trio with a menacing look about him.

        This is a good issue overall. It stays focused and doesn’t try to worry about touching on all the subplots that are currently going on. You can’t help but feel bad for Jim who really has no clue what’s going on. He’s been plunged into this complex metaphysical world and he’s just utterly lost. I’m curious to see Clown’s reaction to see a new Spawn since he was quite proud of the fact that he had finally vanquished his longtime foe.

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