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They let us down on this volume 26 April 2014
By Glenn Hancock - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a big Spawn fan, and have all of the previous origins collections volumes, which I have read through multiple times and really enjoyed. So, when Volume 20 arrived this week, I was really looking forward to it. Volume 20 includes the 10th anniversary edition (117) and covers two basic stories - Spawn goes to Hell (4 parts) and Salvation Road (2 parts). I really wanted to get into these stories - a showdown with The Violator, new revelations about Cog - and a new existence for Al Simmons, but both of these stories are really disjointed. The writing/storyline are hard to follow; you are mostly left guessing or trying to figure out what is going on. A lot of the panels have nice artwork/colors that Spawn fans know and love, but the aspects displayed (often in battle scenes) make it extremely difficult to figure out what is happening - who is doing what. It's like watching a poorly edited movie almost. Salvation Road follows what happens to Al Simmons apparently after Cog gets what he wanted from Spawn all along (which is what and how did Spawn do it, which isn't really clear in this story). It's pretty disappointing.

I feel like everyone involved in these editions kind of slacked off, resting on their laurels, producing a confusing, disjointed mess. After breezing through Volume 20 in about 25 minutes, I'm going to give Spawn a rest. Not planning on buying Volume 21 when it comes out unless the reviews are incredible.
Spawn Keeps ticking 6 April 2014
By BassJas - Published on Amazon.com
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Spawn is one of my favorite comic characters. The series is a testament to independent publishing and the ability to maintain a fanbase. If you're a fan, you know what you're getting. If you're not a fan, I highly recommend starting at the beginning.
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