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In Memory of Spawn

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The music is by Ralph McTell, an old folk ballad writer...
Heard this song in school for a couple of weeks ago and now I can't get it out of my mind...

The Pictures are the covers from the "Curse of the Spawn" comic books.

The reason I made this flash is that Spawn no longer is sold in Sweden =((
There was a small text in the last comic saying:
"The last seconds before print we have to interrupt with extremely bad news... This is the last issue of Swedish Spawn. The sales are far to low, and we can't publish a comic without profit."

I'm sorry for the filesize... but it's as compressed as possible without the flash itself taking too much pain.
But I promise, it'll be worth it!

*continues to cry over the death of the greatest comic ever*

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Piece of Crap

This doesn't deserve to be called a video. What you've done is you've taken some music and put it in front of Spawn covers.
Second of all, you call it in memory of Spawn. Spawn is not dead. Al Simmons is dead.
On top of that, no superhero ever remains dead. Ever.


Ive already seen all of them on the same website

Good art but no time to actually look at it!

The pics were outstanding but there wasn't really enough time to actually look at them closely... maybe if you made the time between each pic longer than i could actually see what was going on in the pic. but keep up the awesome art...


im there with you bro' they stopped the sale in Norway too :'(
i was planning on orderin' from england mabey you should too :)
why!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :'(

SPAWN one of my fav.

I am truly sorry you cannot get spawn any more. Have you tryed to order off the e net yet?

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4.18 / 5.00

Dec 16, 2001
7:36 AM EST