Spawn: Angela's Hunt

Spawn Angela s Hunt Angela Trade Paperback Image ComicsCollects the three issue miniseries ANGELA and the free Angela

  • Title: Spawn: Angela's Hunt
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Beau Smith Greg Capullo Brad Gorby
  • ISBN: 9781887279093
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Angela Trade Paperback 1994 Image ComicsCollects the three issue miniseries ANGELA and the free Angela 0

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    1. I was a never a big follower of Spawn -- until I stumbled upon the character of Angela, warrior angel. This book collects the three issues of the Angela limited series. I am glad, for this story deserved the respect of retelling in a high grade format. Plus, it certainly made me even consider reading a part of the Spawn story.This is the mythic tale of Angela, heaven's foremost warrior for a hundred thousand years. No angel was was more decorated in the eternal battle against evil. Yet, this did [...]

    2. This was absolute nonsense and it was wonderful.Angels killing dragons for fun, banging demons, a weird cat butler thingy was perfect.

    3. I'll admit, while a fan of the original Spawn comics, the character Spawn was less of a troubled adult focusing on the boundaries of good and evil and more of a teen overblown with angst. At least in the beginning stages in which this comic was meant to take place (shortly after issue 9 I believe?) What made the comics great was the rest of the cast. Sam & Twitch, Cogliostro, Violator, and of course Angela.This comic was shorter than i'd have liked, hence the four stars. But Gaiman's story b [...]

    4. The only real reason to read this graphic novel written by Neil Gaiman with art by Todd McFarlane is if a person is interested in the continuity or universe of the character Spawn (created by McFarlane). Angela was initiated by Neil Gaiman and first appeared in Spawn #9. She is a heavenly bounty hunter who hunts down Spawns (demons from hell that get sent back to earth).I have always found the theology of the Spawn lore interesting but this isn't a very good book. The art is adequate but the sto [...]

    5. As I worked my way through all of the Spawn issues from the beginning I was trying to avoid as many tie-ins as possible. However, the gap between issues 28 and 29 seemed so strange that I decided to read this series and I'm glad that I did. With tongue planted firmly in cheek Angela is everything that the main series should have been at this point and wasn't. We start off with high-tech angels fighting dragons on strange planets, end with a cat who takes care of a tower in hell and along the way [...]

    6. Ah Angela the ever inappropriately dressed Angel sent occasionally to fight SpawnI'm going to be doing a run-through of some of the Spawn comics soon, but I wanted to start with a story that was pretty much self-contained in the Spawnverse. Art, as always (in my opinion) with Spawn titles, is fantastic. The storyline with Gaiman at the helm? Outstanding as always.I look forward to reading through the adventures of Al Simmons again very soon.High recommend!

    7. Looking back now with older, wiser, more discerning eyes, Spawn was really quite an angst-filled, repetitive slog. Thankfully, Gaiman's contribution is a breath of fresh air. Fun, fast-paced odd-couple romp through worlds and characters far more imaginative than McFarlane could ever come up with. Capullo does a decent job so early in his career, though the visual storytelling is lacking at times.The second story really blows, though. Purely functional art and too much overripe dialogue.

    8. This is one of those brilliant stories about the Hellspawn and his opponent the angel Angela. These two characters learn a lot about eachother and the place in their respective worlds they occupy. Natuaral enemies that learn to respect each other grudgingly. Great art and smart writing means that this is one of the must-read chapters of the SPAWN series.

    9. Leído de la edición en tomito de Editorial Vid, que me prestó Esteban hace unos cuantos años. Cuando la tenga a mano, la subo.

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