RICH REVIEWS: Spawn # 350

Title: Spawn # 350
Publisher: Image Comics
Script/Plot: Rory McConville
Additional Script: Todd McFarlane
Art: Brett Barberi, Adelso Corona
Colors: Jay David Ramos
Lettering: Tom Orzechowski
Cover Artists: Puppeteer Lee, Todd McFarlane, Jonathan Glapion, Brett Booth, Ryan Stegman
Price: $ 4.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Spawn is on a mission to claim the throne of Hell. Sinn is also after the throne. Both Spawn and Sinn are drawn as imposing figures. The clown also wants the throne he is not as imposing as the other two until he transforms into the Violator and this creature is terrifying. These three warriors go at each other with everything they have. Each one is determined to be victorious. Each one wants to be the Ruler of Hell. Sinn fights hard and Spawn does as well as the battle is these two facing each other for it all.
Wanda, Nyx, and Spawn get mixed up in the way the story is told. It is confusing for two pages as to who is being talked about.
The art is simply gorgeous on Nyx as she stands ready for anything. Nyx is drawn as a powerhouse, she is imposing and drawn and written to let you know that.
Some big changes occur here. Spawn and She-Spawn and other notice. Things have changed. A new ruler sits on the throne of Hell and things may never be the same again.
Great art throughout this issue the story is simple yet could have been more exciting. The three-way battle we are treated to is brutal. It is one you do not want to miss.

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