December 23, 2011

While his friend tried to recommend Todd McFarlane's HAUNT...

14 comments:

  1. Or he's CAWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!

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  2. Appearance-wise I think he looks more like Anti-Venom... *gets tomatoes thrown at face for mentioning such a horrible character*

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  3. "This is lameness."
    "Lameness? THIS IS SPARNAGE!!!"

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  4. wouldnt spawnage be more appropriate, or is he MOSTLY carnage? 5 to 3 is at least more reasonable than 2 to 6.

    spawn - age
    sp - arnage

    could try to argue spa -rnage, but 'rnage' can't be pronounced and is invalid.

    surprised nobody beat me to this. you could even argue it would be spaw - nage, which is a perfect split.

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  5. uh actually I'm gonna go with Sparnage, N is common letter and even if you're going to deny that it's still 3 to 5 spa-rnage. It simply sounds better, Spawnage sounds like it could be an actual Spawn character and therefore is pretty confusing. Further the unwieldy nature of Sparnage alludes to the confusing pairing.

    Simply put the person who this comic was based on it's completely and absolutely right.

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  6. Wasn't Spawn basically just half Venom half Ghost Rider?

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  7. If I remember my old issues of Wizard correctly, Spawn was Ghost Rider's chains, black costume Spider-Man's mask, Venom's living costume, Dr. Strange's cape, and Punisher's guns.

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  8. @Spider-Bat:

    More like Cable's guns, really.

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  9. There's more Ghost Rider in there than just the chains. Made a bad deal and ended up enslaved to a devil for starters.

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  10. Spawn also has a Deadpool style messed up face.

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  11. But I agree with your customer. Haunt is lame. I read issue 1 and couldn't get over the rehashing of Spawn.

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  12. It's a Todd MacFarlane comic - that alone is the reason why it sucks.

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