Story By: Paul Jenkins
Art By: Jonboy
Cover By: Jonboy
Reality has been undone, and Spawn’s job is to fix it—beginning with the repair of a historical tragedy that has been undone by cynical, self-interested forces. Spawn must journey to another time and place to battle angels and demons both, and oversee the sinking of the unsinkable ship, RMS Titanic, which now sits in dry dock in New York harbor as a floating museum!
See Also: Spawn #5 - October 1992 Issue - Image Comics
Spawn #7 - January 1993 Issue - Image Comics
Spawn (1992) #10 - May 1993 Issue - Image Comics
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