Spawn Origins, Volume 2

Spawn Origins, Volume 2

Featuring the stories and artwork by Spawn creator, Todd McFarlane, that laid the groundwork for the most successful independent comic book ever published. Spawn Origins Volume 2 includes classic Spawn stories written by Alan Moore and Frank Miller, ...

Title:Spawn Origins, Volume 2
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781607060727
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    Spawn Origins, Volume 2 Reviews

  • Gianfranco Mancini

    Vote: ☆☆☆1/2/☆☆☆☆ if you are one of the lucky owners of issue #9 by Neil Gaiman (luckly I'm one of them because it was reprinted inside my 90s italian edition of this collection *evil...

  • James DeSantis

    I wasn't able to read this before volume 3 because for a long time this was out of stock. However, found a copy for 3 bucks. YAY! So this one is a jumbled mess. I mean spawn has a hard time keeping a ...

  • JL Shioshita

    So now we get some actual, bonafide writers thrown into the mix and as soon as they show up, you can really see a jump in quality. It's still an interesting premise, and this volume shows that under t...

  • MissAnnThrope

    04 February 2013Ahh... now, this is the Spawn I remember falling in love with. Spawn: Origins Collection, Volume 2 brings more action and an awesomely pissed off Spawn, making this volume a gazillion ...

  • Sara

    I LOVE the several of these issues were written by Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore and Frank Miller- makes it all the more kick ass! Volume 2 of Spawn includes issues 7-9 and 11-14. Issue 10 is not included s...

  • Jacob A. Mirallegro

    This volume had stuff I liked more than the last one but only a little bit. Overall this series feels like it has such a disjointed plot development and it's so awkward that guest writers did more for...

  • Caitlin

    This one is a bit of a mixed bag— the Frank Miller issue was just stupid. Angela issue was cool, as was the return of the Violator. The Issue by Alan Moore was okay, I liked the peek into hell. McFa...

  • Jessyca Bryan

    I’m loving this series! It’s my first read-through, and I’ve really liked the illustrations and the storyline. Sometimes there’s a bit that I don’t understand, and that’s why I’ve given ...

  • CoolNameGuy

    Definitely more scattered than the first few issues, introducing characters with mixed significance, but still has really awesome moments and Spawn always looks amazing...

  • Adam Stone

    I was in the process of putting together a podcast about people reading through Spawn. What they enjoyed. What didn't work for them. Ultimately, I was trying to find some sort of positive about this c...