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    McFarlane Toys' SPAWN SERIES 7 (1997)

    Mixed bag of good and bad...














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    This assortment of Spawn figures was a mixed bag of good and bad. Standouts included the titular Spawn III with enourmous opening wingspan, the rotting Zombie Spawn whose weapons I still cherish today (sword, sawed-off shotgun, machine gun AND a wicked chainsaw!), and the underappreciated No-Body which was a cool nod to TMNT's Krang. Crutch was probably the weakest of the bunch (seriously, a weed wacker?), but being the Spawn-obsessed collector I was in the day... I bought him anyways.

    MCFARLANE TOYS' SPAWN SERIES 7
    1997
    8" x 13"












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    Re: McFarlane Toys' SPAWN SERIES 7

    And while the Mangler looked cool, his legs were so malformed in the package that he never could stand by himself. Even in the photo on the cardback his legs are bent!

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