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Album cover parody of Spawn: The Album (1997 Film) by Various
Original album cover of Spawn: The Album (1997 Film) by Various
Comments: Like the comics from which it was adapted, this movie was overloaded with style and miserably lacking in substance; and even by 1997's standards, the quality of the computer graphics used in it was laughably terrible. This is the very kind of crappy product you'd tend to expect from the arrogant jerk founder of Image Comics whose operating motto was "Artists don't need writers." Submitted by: Honest Covers

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Visual Appeal: 3.5
Liked: 3.5
Funny: 3.5

Total Votes: 39

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Critic - March 21, 2016 - Report this comment
The film was made for $40 mil and grossed $89/mil, so not bad, all things considered. The script is finished for the sequel which starts filming this year. HC calls it retarded, but for 1997 was fairly normal. There are a lot of worse films from the '90s too numerous to list.
Jay - March 23, 2016 - Report this comment
1990s, New Line Cinema, Martin Sheen, a demonic clown, and an Anti-hero! What's not to love???

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