Spawnometer 0:0:2:1: Youngblood Yearbook
Spawn #21 & Youngblood Yearbook & Team Youngblood #1-6 & Youngblood Strikefile
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Spawn #21 by Todd McFarlane
“The Hunt” Part 1
Dedicated To: Mike Grell
I don’t want your pity… I just don’t want you turning out to be like me or the other guys. We look up to you… the boys and I like like having you around. Makes us feel a bit cocky, if you know what I mean. If you can’t pick up the pieces, then you ain’t any better that us.
The matter of that little fat Clown, the dismantling of that hired gun Overt-Kill, and the invasion of your office by a costumed vigilante. Calling in The Admonisher to deal with the clown was a brilliant move, sir.
…the costumed invader… he’s Terence Fitzgerald, an operative for some ultra-covert agency.
Youngblood Strikefile #4 (1994) by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Jeff Matsuda & Danny Miki
Overtkill was one of my greatest creations, as well as being one of my most dramatic failures.
Youngblood Yearbook #1 (1993) by Eric Stephenson, Chap Yaep & Norm Rapmund
Team Youngblood #1-6 (1993-1994) by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Chap Yaep, Cedric Nocon & Norm Rapmund with various
Masada in Youngblood Strikefile #6 (1994) by Tom & Mary Bierbaum, Chris Sprouse, and John Beatty
Cougar in Youngblood: Strikefile #9-11 (1994) by Robert Loren Fleming, Charlie Adlard, & Tom Tenney
Image is Everything
- Episode Art Gallery
- Cougar in Marvel Age
- Lynx in Megaton Holiday Special
- Sonik in Megaton Explosion
- Sonik as Marvel’s Tempo
- Marvel’s Thumbelina
- Squadron SupremeCast: The Secret Wars boys take a quick break from their coverage of all things Beyonder to review and discuss the seminal mini-series by Mark Gruenwald and Bob Hall.
- Zero Hour Strikes!: Co-hosts Siskoid and Bass cover the whole of DC Comics’ 1994 crossover event.
- Action Film Face-Off: The Alberich brothers – both military combat veterans – are each assigned an action film to compare and contrast. Two films enter. One film leaves.