Spawn: Simony

Spawn Simony Spawn Simony is the French Spawn Project initially published in by Semic in France This book is one of the rare instances in which Todd McFarlane has allowed an outside vendor to create an entire

  • Title: Spawn: Simony
  • Author: Alex Nikolavitch Jeff Porcherot
  • ISBN: 9781582403656
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spawn Simony is the French Spawn Project initially published in 2003 by Semic in France This book is one of the rare instances in which Todd McFarlane has allowed an outside vendor to create an entirely new piece of Spawn comic history After seeing its popularity in France due no doubt to the tremendous artwork and story by the talented Alex Nikolavitch and Aleksi BriSpawn Simony is the French Spawn Project initially published in 2003 by Semic in France This book is one of the rare instances in which Todd McFarlane has allowed an outside vendor to create an entirely new piece of Spawn comic history After seeing its popularity in France due no doubt to the tremendous artwork and story by the talented Alex Nikolavitch and Aleksi Briclot Spawn Simony has been translated into English and will now be available in the United States for the first time Features a double length story as well as added editorial content and pinup art.

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    • Spawn: Simony is not very good, but it is very pretty. It introduces a few too many characters for 44 pages even if you're familiar with Spawn's overall storyline. Simony moves back and forth across continents and jumps between characters. The whole thing would be quite incoherent if I didn't have a working knowledge of the Spawn universe. Beyond the just-plain-bad plot elements the dialogue is horrendous, including such doozies as “Go back to hell so your life won't become worse than hell” [...]



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