|May 1993: Crossing Over|
|Category||High Iconic, Apocrypha|
|Letters & Editor||Tom Orzechowski|
Spawn travels to a location where many characters from various other comics companies are trapped between bars and shouting "injustice (save us)" and "injustice (help us)". Men stand behind them hooded and hands tied behind their backs. Spawn tries to blast the bars to open them, but with all his strength, he can't open the cage.
So the heroes give them their power, and Spawn tries again to open the cage. He fails. Cerebus appears and the story turns from color to black and white. Cerebus explains who the characters in the cage are and the men behind them: the characters that have been sold and the men that sold them. They walk through Kitchener, passing by Market Square and Peter's Place.
Then they arrive a house, and the story returns to color. The house is Spawn's house, and Cerebus explains that Spawn's creator didn't sell him out.
"Iconic, High", "Crossing Over", "(1993/05) Spawn 10", "n/a", "Art by Todd McFarlane.", "Color. May need to be printed in a seperate volume, or perhaps in the middle as a color insert supplement.", "N/A"
AGREED – Dave Sim – could be incorporated into a colour volume more easily for obvious reasons if Image is doing the book and could be incorporated, regardless, depending on how Todd feels about it.
- Cerebus: "Babies all look like Winston Churchill to Cerebus. Hey. To each his own."
- First printed in Spawn #10, in Australia it was in Spawn #8
- Reprinted: Spawn Origins Collection Book 1, March 2010.