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Spawn #343

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Spawn is forced to retreat, something he is not used to doing. But by going to ground, he may have just discovered a weakness in Downing and Nyx’s plans!

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  • 90

    Comical Opinions

    SPAWN #343 is an action-light, dialog-heavy issue, but you don’t notice because the art is stellar, and the reveals have big story implications for the future. If the creative team can pay off the spark of drama lit in this issue, this arc will be a winner.

  • 50

    You Don't Read Comics

    Spawn continues to echo through politics and personal vendettas and things that go way back and echo throughout the lengthy history of the series and all of its subsidiary titles. It’s not actually bad…it’s just a relentless, boring nightmare of the same types of conflicts over and over and over again without a whole lot of new elements being thrown in. So it’s…it’s just a lot. And there’s a war between Heaven and Hell. So that’s…y’know…that’s cool.

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