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Todd McFarlane's Spawn 2 (Animated Series)

===Story=== From the mind of comic-book maestro Todd MacFarlane comes the second season of episodes of the animated ''Spawn''. Highly stylized animation and provocative story lines make ''Spawn'' a sophisticated cartoon sometimes more appropriate for older audiences. Murder victim Al Simmons has returned from hell to earth as a "hellspawn," a soldier for the army of darkness sent to collect more souls for hell. The injustice of his death and his former life as a dedicated husband throws a wrench into hell's plan--Spawn remembers his human life and fights the inclination to do evil. Still, he is vengeful and he walks the line between killing for justice and just plain killing. In these episodes, Spawn meets the man who assassinated him and becomes suspect of the organization that ordered him killed. Jason Wynn, the leader of the group, has plans to sell weapons of mass destruction stolen from the military. Spawn's former wife Wanda has since remarried Terry Fitzgerald, with whom Spawn must reconcile. Terry is hot on the trail of the missing arms, and Wynn and his assassins, including the highly trained Merrick, set out to kill Terry, Wanda, and their daughter Cyan. Spawn foils the plot while realizing the hard truth that Wanda has a new life. ''Spawn 2'' is the slick and darkly realized animated adaptation of the popular comic book of the same name. It features the voice talents of Keith David (Spawn), who appeared in ''Dead Presidents'', Denise Poirier (Merrick), and John Rafter Lee (Wynn), who also is the voice of Aeon Flux and Trevor Goodchild in the popular animated series ''Aeon Flux''. ''--Shannon Gee'' ===DVD Features=== * Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround) * Multiple Languages and Subtitles * Web Enabled * DVD-ROM Features * First-ever Spawn Digital Trading Card


Keith David
Richard A. Dysart

  • Genre: Sci-Fi Movies
  • Director: Mike Vosburg
  • Producer: HBO
  • Aspect ratio: 1.33:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaMay 16, 1997
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaFeb 3, 2004
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