NEW STORY ARC Enter SPAWN!
The forces of Heaven and Hell clash on the battleground that is Philly and weave into the tapestry of a larger universe when TODD McFARLANE’s greatest creation crosses over into the pages of KILLADELPHIA!
All the power SeeSaw has gained and all the magic he’s learned will be put to the test when he faces off against comics’ greatest anti-hero!
Anything can happen in this bold jumping-on point for new readers that will redefine the KILLADELPHIA universe as we know it.
The sold-out, Eisner Award-nominated series continues! From RODNEY BARNES, the writer behind such hit shows as Marvel’s Runaways and STARZ’s American Gods, and JASON SHAWN ALEXANDER, the artist who redefined SPAWN.
This issue also contains a backup story featuring Hell’s Baddest Badass: Johnny Gatlin.
Also available in NOIR EDITION, featuring black-and-white line art interiors!
ComicBook.comKilladelphia #31 features one of the most insane crossovers that I think I've ever seen—Spawn comes to Killadelphia this issue—but for as insane as it sounds, it somehow works. The already complex and rich world and mythology that Rodney Barnes has created somehow expands perfectly to fit Spawn into it and it's Spawn's presence that actually helps order the conflict in a way one might not expect. Heaven and Hell themselves are at war in Philadelphia and things are much larger than merely vampires versus humans now. For a story that takes a lot of twists and turns all without ever losing sight of the core issues and commentary, this is a very big swing but it works brilliantly, completely redefining things in a way that just makes it all fresh while still feeling familiar. The art here is also incredible. This is a great issue.
Lyles Movie FilesThis is another promising arc from a title that refuses to let readers anticipate what’s coming next.
Major SpoilersKilladelphia #31 sets us on a new journey of drama and discovery, conflict and adventure. Armageddon and the fate of the Earth may be at stake, but the outcome rests on only a few, including mortal humans.