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#2 -"Questions!" Part 2 of 4. 1st appearance of the Violator. Created, story, and art by Todd McFarlane (1 page Rick Leonardi art). Meet the Violator, a diminutive little clown who hides a dangerous and deadly secret. Meanwhile, a sinister creature is committing horrible acts of violence on the criminal underworld of New York City, and Spawn will take the blame for it.
#3 -"Questions!" Part 3 of 4. Created, story, and art by Todd McFarlane. Spawn finally confronts his wife, five years after his death. Plus, can this newly born Spawn survive a battle with a true denizen from the Underworld? It's Spawn vs. the Violator in a battle neither of them may walk away from completely intact.
#4 -"Questions!" Part 4 of 4. Featuring a humorous cameo by the Savage Dragon. Created, story, and art by Todd McFarlane (1-page Dave Sim art; 1-page Whilce Portacio art). Featuring the terrifying conclusion to the first arc, "Question," Spawn proves to be harder to kill then his demonic adversary at first thought. Things take a turn for the worse when the devil Al Simmons made a deal with decides it time to intervene. Version A does include the full page coupon in the middle of the book that could be used to order an Image # 0 mail order comic.
#6 "KEY - "Payback!" Part 1 of 2. 1st appearance of Overtkill. Created, story, and art by Todd McFarlane. Mafioso boss, Tony Twist, blames the new shadowy hero, Spawn, for the resent attacks on his men. Twist wants Spawn dead. Twist is a man who is used to getting what he wants. Enter: Overtkill, a cyborg killing machine who never fails. NOTE: Overtkill was created on an art training video featuring Stan Lee, Todd McFarlane, and Rob Liefeld. When Lee came up with the name "Overkill," Liefeld and McFarlane, using only the name, and within a matter of minutes, came up with the basic design for the character that would soon be known as Overtkill, a major villain in the Image Universe#7 - "Payback!" Part 2 of 2. Created, story, and art by Todd McFarlane. After barely surviving his encounter with the cybernetic juggernaut known as Overtkill, Spawn decides it's time to break out the heavy artillery. Using his special forces training and an arsenal of state of the art weaponry, Spawn proceeds to dismantle one of the most dangerous villains in the Image Universe. Thus cementing his role as a force to be reckoned with in the IU.
#8 - KEY -1st Appearance of Vindicator -"In Heaven!" Story by Alan Moore. Art by Todd McFarlane. Includes a B&W poster of Spawn by Frank Miller. Child murderer, Billy Kincaid, awakens in a strange dark place and he is not alone. One by one, the members of his group are taken, destroyed, or devoured by the macabre denizens of this foreboding place. One by one, until only Kincaid and small child remain.
#9 KEY - "Angela!" 1st appearance of Angela, Cagliostro, and Medieval Spawn. Story by Neil Gaiman. Art by Todd McFarlane. Spawn is attacked by Angela, a warrior of Heaven who has been hunting Hellspawns for centuries. Includes a B&W poster of Angela by Jim Lee and Todd McFarlan
#10 - "Crossing Over!" Guest-starring Cerebus.Cerebus the Aardvark takes Spawn on a surreal journey and exploration about the politics of the comic industry and the rights of creators. Featuring uncredited guest-appearances by Superman and many major characters from the world of comic books.
#11 -Direct Edition. "Home!" Story by Frank Miller. Art by Todd McFarlane. Two factions of cyborgs are battling over turf. Their gang-war has spilled over into Spawn's alleys and he is not pleased. However, sometimes subtlety is a far more effective weapon than brute force, as these cybernetic killers are about learn. Includes a B&W poster of Spawn, Big Guy, and Rusty by Geof Darrow.
#12 KEY - Death of Al Simmons:Flashback!" Part 1 of 2. Chapel cameo. Story and art by Todd McFarlane. Spawn finally learns the identity of the man who pulled the trigger and murdered Al Simmons, and his identity comes as quite a shock
#13 "KEY" -Chapel's Disfigurement: Flashback!" Part 2 of 2. Guest-starring Chapel. Youngblood cameo. Story and art by Todd McFarlane. Finally, Al Simmons' assassin stands revealed and it is none other than the super-human killer from Youngblood known as Chapel. What gruesome punishment will Spawn visit on the man who betrayed him. A man he once called friend
#14 - "Myths!" Part 1 of 2. Story and art by Todd McFarlane. The demonic Violator returns to take on the Medieval Spawn from issue #9. Meanwhile, Detectives Sam and Twitch investigate a lead on the back-alley vigilante
#15 - Poacher, the proprietor of the Badlands Bar and Grill, tells a newbie the story of Abdiel. Abdiel is an Angel that is sent undercover into Hell to take out Malebolgia
#16 "KEY" First Appearance of The Redeemer: Reflections!" Part 1 of 3. 1st appearance of the Anti-Spawn (later to called the Redeemer). Story by Grant Morrison. Art by Greg Capullo, Dan Panosian, and Art Thibert. When the balance of power on Earth has been tipped too far in the other direction, agents of Heaven kidnap Jason Wynn and transform him into an instrument of the Lord - the Anti-Spawn!
#17 KEY - First full Appearance of The Redeemer:. Story by Grant Morrison. Art by Greg Capullo and Mark Pennington. Spawn was created to be warrior for the armies of hell in the final battle against Heaven. He possesses unimaginable, but finite, power and he has yet to meet his match. Until now. Spawn must battle the Anti-Spawn, a transformed Jason Wynn and instrument of Heaven whose powers rival his own
#18 - "Reflections!" Part 3 of 3. Don't miss the epic conclusion to Spawn's battle with his greatest adversary to date, the Anti-Spawn. Plus, Al finally decides to let Wanda go and embrace his new life as a dark avenger.
#19 -"Showtime!" Part 1 of 2. Story by Tom Orzechowski and Andrew Grossberg. Art by Greg Capullo and Mark Pennington. Spawn is drawn into a mystery involving the greatest escape artist and magician of all time - Harry Hudini. Includes 2 Spawn pin-ups and a 2-page ad for the initial Spawn action figures. McFarlane Toys has gone on to become one of the most successful toylines in history
Spawn #20 -"Showtime!" Part 2 of 2. Story by Tom Orzechowski and Andrew Grossberg. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Mark Pennington. Spawn concludes his idiosyncratic adventure with the uncanny Harry Hudini. Includes 2 Spawn pin-ups. NOTE: Issue #21-25 shipped before #20 due to a scheduling mishap. This issue includes a humorous apology from creator Todd McFarlane. - Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivis
#21 - "The Hunt!" Part 1 of 4. Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane and Mark Pennington. This story picks up after the events of Spawn/Batman (1994). Fresh off his adventure with the Dark Knight Detective, Spawn sports a new look and a new out look on his life as a dark avenger. Meanwhile, his enemies, Jason Wynn and Tony Twist, plot his demise
#22 - "The Hunt!" Part 2 of 4. Tony Twist believes Spawn is actually Terry Fitzgerald, Al Simmons' best friend when he was alive and the man who is now married to Al's widowed wife. But can even the power of Spawn save Terry from the cybernetic killing machine known as Overtkill?
#24 -"The Hunt!" Part 4 of 4. Story and art by Todd McFarlane (with a special thanks to Greg Capullo). After an attack by the cyborg killing machine known as Overtkill, Terry Fitzgerald is injured and Spawn...well Spawn is still dead but he's pretty beat up. But for the first time since his return his friend, Terry, realizes who Spawn is. Spawn pays a visit to all his enemies with a warning to stay out of his alley, thus this issue brings closure to the first two years of Spawn stories#25 -Direct edition. A Special Image Event. "Tremors!" 1st appearance Tremor. Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Marc Silvestri, Batt, and Billy Tan. Spawn discovers he has a new tragic foe by the of Tremor. Part monster, part machine, all killer. NOTE: This month in Image history founding members, Todd McFarlane, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, and Jim Lee swapped books and did an issue of someone else's title. Jim Lee did Savage Dragon (1993 2nd Series) #13, McFarlane did Cyberforce (1993-1997 2nd Series) #8, Larsen did WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams (1992-1998) #14, and Silvestri did this issue of Spawn. - Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist
#26-"The Dark!" Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. The mysterious Cagliostro is back to tutor Spawn in the rules of the game. Plus, Spawn is recruited by the forces of Heaven. The question is...will he accept their offer? Includes a 2-page pin-up of Spawn by Tim Townsend
#27 -"Cursed!" 1st appearance of the Curse. Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. There is a new threat terrorizing Spawn's alleys and his name is the Curse. He's here to punish the wicked, and Spawn is at the top of his list. Includes 2 pin-ups of Spawn by John Cleary and Jordon Raskin
#28 -Direct Edition (has no bar code on cover). "Protector!" Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. Tired of all the psychos who keep attacking him and the denizens of his alleys, Spawn decides to make a haunting example of the latest creep to try and kill him. Plus, Spawn comes face-to-face with Wanda.
#29 - Direct Edition (has no bar code on cover). "Father!" Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. Story continued from Angela (1994) #3. Fresh off his battle in Heaven, Spawn lands somewhere in middle America. In this disturbing look at child abuse, Spawn takes an active role in the life a young boy he has befriended. A young boy with an extremely abusive father
#30 - "The Clan!" Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. As Spawn continues his trek through middle America he runs into racism and the Ku Klux Klan. Includes a poster featuring Spawn vs. Angela
#31 KEY- First Appearance of a new Redeemer: "The Homecoming!" Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Finally, Spawn has returned to New York City and his alleyways he calls home. But his homecoming joy is cut short when the Anti-Spawn, now called the Redeemer, returns for Round 2! Their battle leaves Spawn at the brink of death. Now it's time for Spawn's living costume to take charge
#32 KEY - 6 Page prelude to Spawn: Blood Fued: "Appearances!" Spawn's symbiotic costume mutates to become more formidable than ever. Just in time for him and the Redeemer to settle their differences, once and for all.
#33 KEY - First Appearance of the Freak: The Violator returns to torment Spawn both physically and mentally. But this time Spawn mutated symbiotic costume evens the odds between them and catches the demon off guard
#34 -"Ripples!" Get caught up on all the members of Spawn's supporting cast in this issue.
#35 -Set Up!" Part 1 of 2. Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. When Spawn learns that Jason Wynn is connected to the child murdering Billy Kincaid, he sets out to bring down the villain once and for all. But, what happens when his best friend Terry Fitzgerald refuses to let Spawn take revenge?
#36 -"Set Up!" Part 2 of 2. Story by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Terry prevents Spawn from Murdering Jason Wynn. Spawn accuses his former best friend of being a traitor but he doesn't realize that Terry is trying take down Wynn himself by working undercover. Plus, Spawn finally tries to tell Wanda who he really is.
#37 -"The Freak!" Written by Alan Moore and Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. The Freak is introduced into the alleyways, and is threatened by street thugs. Spawn steps in and rescues the Freak from his attackers. As the Freak explains his origins, Spawn realizes that both of them are victims of evil men. The Freak convinces Spawn to go after Dr. Delorean with him to avenge the murder of his entire family. Unknowingly, Spawn finds himself an accomplice to an innocent mans death. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Keith Giffen
#39 - Christmas issue - "Noel!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Christmas Issue – Chris wanders through Dr. Frederick Willheims mansion looking for files on the uncompleted Cy-Gor project. While viewing Dr. Willheims last recorded message, Chris learns that Frederick's devotion was not solely to the simian project as he becomes obsessed with bringing his wife back to life. After surviving a stroke, Dr. Willheim finds he is physically unable to care for Cy-Gor. Chris attempts to leave the mansion, but Cy-Gor finds him first. Meanwhile, Spawn prepares the weapons he stole from the army base for a one-man war against Wynn. Cogliostro warns Spawn that killing Wynn will not solve his problems as Wynn represents only a small piece of the puzzle. Spawn once again visits Grannie Blake
#40 -.Direct Edition. "Fugitives: Part 1 of 2!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. Spawn finds several bums messing with his throne who, unbeknownst to Spawn, have booby trapped it. The throne attacks Spawn rendering him useless. Several unknown creatures drive a fork lift right through Spawn and the throne, cover his body with a crate, and cart him off. Meanwhile, Terry and Wanda try to understand Spawns involvement in both the government and their lives. At the same time, a local sheriff investigates the sightings of a big foot type creature, who is actually Cy-Gor, who has slaughtered numerous animals in his path. The police attack Cy-Gor after he mauls one of their dogs. Cy-Gor ends up protecting little Tony before retreating to the safety of the forest. An unconscious Spawn finally awakens and finds himself in the clutches of The Curse who has begun dissecting his body, and is about to remove his brain. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Morely Kolomyjec. 1st appearance of Cy-Gor
#41 - Fugitives: Part 2 of 2!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Curse continues his sadistic torture of Spawn. With the physical part complete, he begins to mentally dissect Spawn, searching for the knowledge that will enable him to overpower the master of all evil. Spawns uniform eventually wins the fight to come to life, and reassembles. As Spawn is engulfed by its force, the maniacal Curse lunges for a switch, self-destructing the castle and everything in it. Elsewhere, Cy-Gor continues his journey towards New York City for an as yet undetermined reason.
#42 -"Fanboy!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. After escaping from the Curses castle, Spawn hides out in West Virginia, where he meets social outcast, Pat Shaunessy. Pat, comic collector and super hero wannabe, points out the M on Spawns chest. Spawn realizes its similar to the one on Clowns face. Pat ventures out and is jumped by a pack of bullies. Spawns costume takes control, and violently attacks the boys. Pat stops him, saving the boys and making him the school hero. Meanwhile, Sam and Twitch break into Banks office as they get closer to linking him to the murder of Senator Jennings daughter. And Cy-Gor attempts to make his way to New York. 32 pages, FC.
#44 - "Avenger!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. Tiffany, vowing to make a name for herself and take Angela's place as the Priority A-1 angel, knows destroying Spawn ensures her promotion. Meanwhile, Spawn, who was almost destroyed by the Curses experiments, continues to rejuvenate himself. Wild animals help by bringing forth their evil to give life to a hellspawn weakened. As his body slowly grows stronger, Spawn experiences flashbacks of the Curses extractions, and of his love for his wife, Wanda. Tiffany confronts Spawn and is happy to find him in recharge. A fierce battle ensues and Tiffany is just about to decapitate the weakened Spawn… Back in New York, detectives Burke and Williams, after being fired from the precinct, begin to investigate why Banks took the fall when the file they gave to the newspaper indicted several others. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Jim Starlin.#45 - "Warriors!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Tiffany and Spawn continue their battle. Denying defeat, the new angel knows decapitating Spawn will immediately see her promotion to flight level one. A feat never achieved by any angel. Spawns internal neuro-systems release an explosion of pure, malicious energy which taints Tiffany. This attracts the evil animals of the night that come to Spawns defense. It appears that Tiffany has been eaten alive. Meanwhile, back in New York, detective Burke, realizing himself and his partner, Williams, may never be reinstated by the police force, shares with his partner his dream of opening his own detective agency. Wanda visits her doctor learning shes only battling strep throat, and fears that she has passed her cough onto Terry who has been working late every night. Spawn finally returns to New York where he encounters Cog. Cog warns Spawn that he must gain control of his costume. It is morphing too rapidly and if Spawn cannot regain his power as its master, the costume will take ultimate control. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Jerry Siegel.
#46 - "Revenge!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. Mafia leader, Tony Twist, orders an employees execution after suspecting him of stealing, and then receives a call from Sicily demanding the return of Overtkill. Tremor returns to murder two of Twists men before visiting him personally. During their encounter Twist tells Tremor that his brother, David, is still alive. In the alleys of New York, Spawn protects those essential to his existence, the worms, as he rebuilds his power. Spawn learns from Cogliostro that the angels are made of plasma similar to his own, and that Tiffany still lives, as the only way to vanquish an angel is by absorbing her light. Cogliostro reminds Spawn to fight for what is right by opening his mind and learning. Tremor seeks out Spawn for help. Meanwhile, Wanda's work on the new hospital wing progresses and Terry's illness is starting to worsen.
#47 -"Twisted!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. At Spawns request, Tremor drags Scambino, one of Twists thugs, to the alley for interrogation. Meanwhile, Clown lets Wynn know of Spawns return, and should be attacked now in his weakened state. Realizing that he must use his brains to impress Malebolgia, Clown enlists Wynn to bring down Spawn. At the same time, deep within Rat City, Cog finds a barricade built by Spawn, and wonder if Spawns costume has overpowered its master. Later that evening, Tremor visits Twist as he is still haunted by the news that his brother, David, could be alive. There he discovers first hand that David works for Twist. Just as Tremor finds himself cornered, Spawn arrives and warns Twist, once again, to stay away from Wanda. Taking David with them, Tremor and Spawn leave Twists security force in shambles. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Dick Giordano
#48 -"The System!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art and cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. While Burke is proudly showing Twitch the stylish new digs for their soon-to-be agency, and ominous envelope arrives under the door. Inside, are photos of men previously linked to Chief Banks, and a request for a meeting. We later learn that Wynn and Clown are behind the deadly set-up. Spawn and Cog have an altercation in Rat City. Enraged, Spawn warns Cog to tell all that he knows, or stay away forever. Terry's suspicions about Wynn's illegal activities are finally confirmed, but as he happily tells Julia that hes found what he was looking for, Wynn enters the room saying that he is anxious to read the results. As Terry laments over the possible danger this poses to his life, he has a brief blackout. Although it is now apparent that something is seriously wrong, he doesn't tell Wanda for fear of upsetting her. Meanwhile, the bums begin to question Al's loyalty and friendship. Spawn finds Bobby alone in the alley and instructs him to tell the others hes left, then disappears to complete a private mission. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Paul Levitz.
#50 - "Choices!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane. Cogliostro explains to Al that if he uses any of his powers it could ultimately lead to him being returned to Hell and Cog reveals that he, too, is a Spawn. Meanwhile, Terry is in the hospital recuperating from the accident where Wanda finds out about Terry's secret doctor visits. When test results reveal that Terry has a malignant brain tumor, Granny Blake asks Al to help him. Als hatred for Terry conflicts with his love for Wanda and his honeymoon promise to keep her happy. After Terry slips into a coma, Al sacrifices his power to restore Terry's health and Wanda's happiness, realizing that Wanda is lost to him forever. The drain of power thrusts Al to Hells second level. Devoid of a purpose for living, Spawn submits to being attacked by vile creatures whose mission is to drain Spawn of his life sustaining necroplasm. Then suddenly, memories of past injustices provoke Al into a rage and he rises to fight again
#51-"Freefall!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. Spawn free-falls through the levels of Hell where he undergoes a physical and psychological baptism. As the symbiotic costume begins to peel itself from its necroplasmic host, layer after layer of Al Simmons life as it was on earth is peeled away. The weaknesses that damned him are exposed. Finally, to remove the last human vestiges from him, the ruler of the territory rips Al's heart from his necroplasmic body as Malebolgia makes plans for Spawn to take his place as a General in Hells army. Meanwhile, Terry's doctors are still puzzled over his miraculous recovery. Wanda admits she also has difficulty with it while Cyan stubbornly refuses to give up a filthy shoelace (Spawns) she found at the hospital. Elsewhere in the city, Sam introduces Twitch to their new 55 Chevy Crimemobile. 32 pages, FC
#52 -Direct Edition. "Messiah!" Guest-starring Savage Dragon. Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. Unbeknownst to either of her parents, the shoelace that lies with Cyan in her bed attached to her soother, is the only physical clue to Terry's mysterious recovery from cancer. Meanwhile, Terry's nightmares continue to reflect Al's experiences and he cant risk sharing his fears with Wanda. In another dimension, Spawn enters Hells fifth level where he is revered by the masses as a returning king and savior. Although he denies his status, he is forced into a confrontation with the Savage Dragon and they battle for the position of the Messiah. Spawn defeats the Savage Dragon and then draws the wrath of his worshippers by freeing him from their stoning. The dwellers of Hell turn on both of them and stone them to death…or do they? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Mark Gruenwald.
#53 -"The Reckoning!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. Al Simmons is returned to his demonic birthplace, the ninth plane of Hell, where is tormented by a demon in the likeness of Wanda. When he realizes that Malebolgia has tricked him, he angrily destroys the demon and passes another of Malebolgia's tests. Malebolgia then enlightens Al as to his puppeted position when he again tries to bargain his soul to leave Wanda alone. The Malebolgia reminds him that he already owns him, but agrees to leave Wanda alone in exchange for Al's loyalty and servitude. As agreed, Spawn enters Terry's dreams where he jerks awake in sudden realization that Al is
#54 -"Reconciliation!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo. To confirm his dreams of Al, Terry searches the alley for his dead friend. When Cog intercepts and questions Terry about his motives, he ends up mediating their encounter and saving Terry from Al's jealous rage. After Terry shows Al proof of the case hes been building against Jason Wynn, he accepts Terry's proposal to help him on a dangerous mission. Meanwhile, Sam and Twitch wait at the waterfront for an informant who supposedly has inside information about the Chief Banks-Senator Jennings conspiracy. 32 pages, FC#55 KEY -"Sabotage First Appearance of the Commando Spawn suit. Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo. When Terry meets with Spawn to plan their mission, he tries to understand his friends chosen hideout as well as their newfound friendship. When he stumbles onto the worms, Al's reaction confuses him even more. Terry and Al carry out their mission to document Jason Wynn's subversive involvement in the arms trade. After discovering the evidence, Al cant resist sending an explosive message to implicate and endanger Jason Wynn's international networking infrastructure. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Steve Oliff.
#56 -Direct Edition. "Kahn!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo. Major Forsberg, a military strategist, has been kidnapped and imprisoned by Jason Wynn, a key figure in U.S. foreign intelligence. Forsberg had determined the insights of the great conqueror Genghis Kahn and relayed some of this to Wynn. When Forsberg denied having full knowledge, Wynn slaughtered his family before his eyes. Driven mad by the sight, Forsberg perceives that Kahn's spirit inhabits Wynn and therefore suffers guilt for creating this power-mad, geopolitically murderous monster. Terry Fitzgerald directs Spawn to free Forsberg from Wynn's prison while working undercover in Wynn's office to undermine his influence. Meanwhile, the Clown continues to direct Wynn in a campaign to eradicate Spawn as Cy-Gor waits in Spawns rat-infested domain. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Robert McFarlane
#57 -The Beast!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Although extremely traumatized, Forsberg the military strategist, is successfully transported to Spawns alley for safekeeping until Terry and Al figure out how to use him to their advantage against Jason Wynn. When Cy-Gor makes a surprise attack on Spawn, Forsberg huddles in the background watching the great cybernetic simian and Spawn battle. He then returns to reality with some startling information about Cy-Gor's origin and connection to Jason Wynn. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to the memory of Morley Koloyjec.
#58 - "The Orphans!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Eddie and Andy, the abused children who killed their father (see Spawn #29), escape the detention center and find their way to New York City in search of their hero, Spawn. There, they are befriended by Snake who offers to employ him courier illegal packages for him. The boys find a hostile Spawn and Andy insists on staying with him in his alley. Believing Spawn a threat to his business, Snake forces Eddie to lead him to spawn where a confrontation ensues. Snake ends up dead and Andy wounded. After seeking medical care, Eddie and Andy voluntarily returned to the detention center. Tainted by their experience, Eddie and Andy are forever stripped of their innocence.
#59 - "Vanished!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Spawn pressures Terry into making a final move against Jason Wynn using Major Forsberg's information. Later that day, Cyan appears to be kidnapped by Spawn. Confused and distraught, Terry and Wanda try to understand their relationship with Spawn and explain it to the police who searched the alleys for their daughter. Meanwhile, Jason Wynn finds out that Terry has been the one in the department leaking information to Wynn's clients. Elsewhere, a scared, cold, hungry, tired and tearful Cyan is forced to color pictures for the real kidnapper – the Clown. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Pam Rubischko.
#60 -"Dwarfed!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Cyan McFarland (Childs Art). Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. While the police search Spawns alley looking for Cyan's kidnapper, Jason Wynn directs a surveillance of his own on Terry with orders to find out why the police are looking for him. Spawn finds Cyan and the clown who taunts him into a battle. After Spawn uses up a portion of his energy to destroy the clown, he returns Cyan to her parents. 32 pages, FC.
#61 - "KEY" "Sanctuary!" First Appearance of She-Spawn. Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. With Cyan safely back in her parents arms, Spawn is now free to take the fight to his enemies. But after a talk with Cog, Spawn pays another visit to Granny Blake. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Mark Geppi. Includes a 2-page feature on the Spawn movie and a 2-page feature on the Spawn HBO animated series.
#62 -"Return!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Spawn confronts Jason Wynn and tells him the time and place that hes going to die. Meanwhile, its the startling return of Angela! But is she here as friend or foe? Plus, Al Simmons's face restored?! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Clint Goldman.
#63 -"Identity!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Al Simmons's face restored?! What does this startling new twist in the saga of Spawn mean? Meanwhile, Jason Wynn prepares for the inevitable confrontation with Spawn. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Steve Spaz Williams
#64 - "Checkmate!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Spawn heads.
#65 -Photo cover - "The Past!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. This special issue takes a look back at everything that has happened since Spawn #1. Every page is a splash page and this issue is filled with gorgeous art. It is a perfect jumping on point for new and lapsed readers alike. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Chris Albrecht.
#66 -"Demons!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Al is startled when he suddenly realizes his face has returned to the horrifying visage of Spawn. Plus, Wanda is becoming more concerned with Cyan's obsession with that shoe string. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to the memory of Mary Kolomyjec (the inspiration for Granny Blake)
#67 -"Homeland!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. When some thugs blow through Spawns alley he heads out to confront them. But their firepower is something different; could this be the end of Spawn? Gunned down in the dark alley? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Gareb Shamus.
#68 -"Intersection!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Sam and Twitch investigate a murder and get a mysterious visit from Cog. Meanwhile, Spawn has been gunned down, his head blown clean off. Is this the end of Spawn? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Mike DeLuca.
#69 -Freaky!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Sam and Twitch discover the remains of Spawn, crucified and headless in a deep alley. When they attempt to remove the body, they find themselves between warring alley gangs. Just as Sam and Twitch gain control of the angry mass, the Freak takes Twitch hostage. During negotiations over the alley turf and Twitch's life, the worms, maggots, rats and flies revive the nectoplasmic master. 32 pages, FC.
#70 -"Darkness!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Twitch is able to break free from his captor, the Freak, when he is distracted by Spawns sudden appearance. Then, as Sam, Twitch and Spawn struggle together to stop the slaughter in the alley, they feel their curious bond intensifying. However, they are puzzled when Spawn becomes ineffective in a certain area of the alley called the dead zone. Discovering that the Freak has slipped away, Spawn tracks him down and unleashes the worms and insects on him until he is drowned by their mass. Earlier in the day, Wanda again witnesses Cyan's psychotic behavior over losing her soother and necklace out the car window. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Archie Goodwin.
#72 -"Bloodless!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Greg Capullo, Danny Miki and Todd McFarlane. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Bootsy steps between Spawn and Wolfram, the vampire, to keep them from destroying each other. When Wolfram mentions a nest of vampires in the area Spawn goes to investigate just as the police arrive and take Bootsy in for questioning. At the police station, Bootsy passes a cryptic message to Sam and Twitch. Elsewhere, in an abandoned warehouse, a child is being tortured. Spawn breaks in and saves the child who reveals an emblem blazoned across his belly. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Terri Cunningham.
#73 - "KEY" "The Heap!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, Todd McFarlane and Chance Wolf. Cover by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cog leaves a file on Lt. Colonel Al Simmons with Sam and Twitch and then meets up with Bootsy in the alley where they discuss Spawns future. Meanwhile, when Eddie Beckett tries to explain his feelings after finding a paper bag of necroplasm, he is nearly beaten to death by a member of the Dimino family. The necroplasm seeps out of the bag towards its newfound host and Eddie Beckett is painfully reborn as The Heap. Then, Spawns necroplasm mysteriously draws him to the dead zone where he is engulfed by The Heap. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to John Leekley.
#74 -"The Void!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Sam and Twitch ponder the results on their research on Lt. Colonel Al Simmons. Meanwhile, Spawn continues to battle The Heap until he ends up engulfed by the mass of trash just as Cog and Bootsy arrive to save him. When Bootsy kneels to pray for help, he finds the sigil of the Hellspawn, a token signifying that Spawn is indeed gone. Elsewhere, Spawn falls into dark space where the former Eddie Beckett awaits for him and points him toward a light source and where he is welcomed home. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Gene Simmons.
#75 -"Sacred Ground!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Spawn has been thrown into the realm of Greenworld, a third power beyond Heaven and Hell. There he learns that the Earth is under siege by mans relentless pollution and overuse of its resources. He is given the task to stop the war between Heaven and Hell in order to preserve Mother Nature. Back in the alleys, Bootsy prays for Spawns return to earth and is removed from earth for interfering with the lives of mortals. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Eddie Vedder.
#76 -"Farewell Dance!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Dwayne Turner and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Spawn meets Granny Jake in the cemetery at the grave sight of her beloved husband Jack. There, Granny tells Al about her courtship and marriage to Jack. Al then takes Granny back in time and across another dimension to once again see and hold Jack. Afterwards Granny advices Al to let go of Wanda for now assuring him that they will be together forever because they are soul mates. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Korn.
#77 - "KEY" Direct edition. "Relics!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art by Dwayne Turner and Danny Miki. Cover by Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane. Since Spawn was attacked by The Heap, he has become more and more painfully aware of the worlds darkness and suffering and he turns to Cog for answers. Cog finally reveals his own history and dilemma of being trapped between two worlds and neither claiming him. He then proposes that Spawn defeat Malebolgia and become the ruler of Hell, thus ending the war between Heaven and Hell. Meanwhile, Bobby sinks further into despair as he struggles to come to terms with Bootsy's death and Twitch takes a bullet as he and Sam search the alleys for Spawn. 32 pages, full color. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Paul Stanley
#78 -"Bloodstains!" Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin. Art and cover by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. While Twitch lies in a coma, Sam unknowingly trades favors with Spawn for a miraculous recovery. Sam continues to try and solve the latest, seemingly senseless murders of the homeless but leaves the morgue with more questions than answers after the coroner shows Sam an unusual mark on the latest victim. Meanwhile, Spawn and Cog search a museum of antiquities for ancient answers to the mysteries of the murders and they also find an image of the same mark. Later, Spawn confronts Sam and a recovered Twitch about the results of their detective work even as another body is discovered and this time, its a child. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to Ace Frehley.odd McFarlane Cover.
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