Todd McFarlane's Spawn (1997–1999)
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Evil Intent 

Spawn wins the respect of the derelicts who live in the alley, while seeking the counsel of sage Cogliostro.


John Hays


Alan B. McElroy (developed for television by), Alan B. McElroy | 1 more credit »




Episode credited cast:
Keith David ... Spawn (voice)
Richard Dysart ... Cogliostro (voice)
Michael Nicolosi Michael Nicolosi ... Clown (voice)
Dominique Jennings ... Wanda Blake (voice)
Victor Love ... Terry Fitzgerald / Bobby (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Cyan / Additional Voices (voice)
James Keane ... Tony Twist / Sam Burke (voice)
Michael McShane ... Twitch Williams / Gareb (voice)
John Rafter Lee ... Jason Wynn (voice)
Ronny Cox ... Senator Scott McMillan / Billy Kincaid (voice)
Jamie Hanes Jamie Hanes ... Overkill / Violator (voice) (as James Hanes)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlie Adler ... Additional Voices (voice)
Tony Amendola ... Additional Voices (voice)
Lewis Arquette ... Additional Voices (voice)
John DeMita ... Additional Voices (voice)


Spawn wins the respect of the derelicts who live in the alley, while seeking the counsel of sage Cogliostro.

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Clown: [masturbating to a picture of Wanda] I gotta say Spawny, baby's got back.
Spawn: [grabs picture] You're about two seconds from wearing that smile around your ass.
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Spoofs Sir Mix-A-Lot: Baby Got Back (1992) See more »

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Devilishly Good!
7 June 2020 | by injury-65447See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this second part more than the first.

I love the idea of Spawn hiding in the back alleys with the homeless characters; damned by society as he is damned by his actions.

We get more insight into the deal with the senator and his child-killer son. Gives some context to the first part. Also we learn the Spawn's ex Wanda is involved in the case. I like how these separate elements are bring Brought together.

The transformation of the clown escort into the vile telepathic creature from hell is remarkable and disturbing. It also drives home the fact that Spawn is expected to be a lap Dog for hell, and that insubordination or insolence Won't be tolerated.

The first part had me intrigued but this second part has me hooked. I'm loving it.

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23 May 1997 (USA) See more »

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