Spawn gets some black ops comic company...
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Merely a year after Todd McFarlane introduced collectors to Spawn action figures, his company branched out to feature other independent comics in toy form, namely Rob Liefeld's Youngblood and Whilce Portacio's Wetworks.
Neither property caught fire like McFarlane's immortal Al Simmons, though Wetworks was popular enough to warrant a second series of figures. The ninja-like Grail introduced me to this line as part of a McFarlane figure pack presented to me as a gift. I always meant to hunt down a few other characters, such as the unusual creature named Vampire and heavy weapons-toting Dozer, but never did get around to it. There were just too many cool Spawn figures coming out at the time; totally overshadowing the older Wetworks releases in style and good looks.
MCFARLANE TOYS' WETWORKS SERIES 1
8" x 13"
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