Spawn 191 comic
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  • Sara calls him to warn about the men who inquired about his whereabouts last issue
  • It's definitely not for the squeamish and there are a few brutal interrogation scenes
  • Not the best issue, it was a bit mediocre, which is disappointing given how good the other issues before this had been


    • by David Finniss

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      This comic was a tad on the incomprehensible side. Spawn turns violent as he interrogates the angel who has confronted him. Sara calls him to warn about the men who inquired about his whereabouts last issue.

      He finds a man in the hallways of their apartment and


      attacks him. The man claims to know nothing of any supernatural activity, but says that he’s just a retriever.

      Clown returns and finds the angel, still roughed up from her encounter with Spawn. She’s surprised that Clown doesn’t really know what’s going on in regards to Spawn’s ...


      • apparent resurrection. Clown retaliates by ripping off her wings.

        Spawn is often said to be gory and violent and this issue is no different. It’s definitely not for the squeamish and there are a few brutal interrogation scenes.

        The artwork is, as always great, but Spawn’s anger seems to

        come from nowhere. You could argue that it’s the demon’s influence but it was still a bit over the top.

        Not the best issue, it was a bit mediocre, which is disappointing given how good the other issues before this had been. Maybe it will pick up in later issues.




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