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Spawn, #10 Comic – 1993

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Product Details

  • Comic: 32 pages
  • Publisher: IMAGE; 1 edition (1993)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000P8WWBM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,080,707 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DrewInTheStew on February 25, 2011
Format: Comic
I like that this issue is missing from nearly every collection of Spawn since its release. I think McFarlane realized how ridiculous it was, and has been embarrassed to include it in any of the Spawn compilations since (to my knowledge). I agree with the above comments, and there are plenty of other stabs, in following issues, at the corporate comic world Image Comics had so recently broken off from, such as the "Badrock" v. "Bedrock" and the bums singing the Flintstones song with the asterisks. So in the end, this issue has no relevance to the overall Spawn story or any story arc, I'm glad it wasn't included in the compilations.

All in all, a worthy purchase for the die-hard collector to complete their collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Trent Durbin on January 12, 2008
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Well, this was by far the most bizarre issue of Spawn ever released. The plot was well...irrelevant to anything in the entire Spawn series. But this issue was extremely hard to find so thank you Amazon for having it in stock.

A talking pig, superheroes locked up in prison, and Spawn's supposed death all in one issue. WTF?
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By Grandsteam on February 7, 2011
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I didn't actually buy this issue from amazon but i have it. First i have to say i like spawn and is one of the only comics i decided to read in chronological order period. i also knew that issues 9&10 are rare because of legal issues normally not being reprinted or stuck in collections. so when i got #10 i was excited. but i have to say story wise it is kinda stupid and makes absolutely no sense at all !!!.

in a quick nutshell its a story that isnt in spawn continuity and was basically a shot at all the other comic creators for selling there heroes rights and crap like that. but you only mildly understand that if you already knew that if not your like wtf does this have to do with anything.

so i gave this issue 3 stars cause story wise it sucked. if mcfarlane and sim were gonna take a shot at creaters who sold out there creations they could have done it better. story wise would have gave it 1 star but i gave it 3 because its collectible. if your collecting spawn comics you need this issue. its neat to think this issue hasn't been reprinted at all in like 14 years.
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I noticed this issue of Spawn isn't usually part of the collections, so I ordered it separate. Boy, did I get a shock today when I finally read it. It's strange, to say the least. Dreamlike, too. The whole idea is that Spawn is one of the few comic book heroes who hasn't sold out, changed over to a new artist, or been given fifty different continuities, and the superhero industry needs him to keep going and keep himself pure. However, at the end of the day, all Spawn wants to do is have a good life and be happy, something he can't have.

At least, I think that's what the story is about. It's got David Simms co-writing it and the issue features his aardvark Cerebus, so you might want to look up this guy before you read. In the meantime, I can see why this is usually left out of the collections. You don't have to read it, but it is interesting and out there. Perfect for the hardcore collector or whoever wants not to miss a single story because they are afraid a single detail missed could leave them missing something important (like me).
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I like the way it makes us see many superheroes locked up. Love the way Superman says "Doomsday..." It's quite bizarre and as a fan of Spawn I have it for my collection
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