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Todd McFarlane burst onto the comic scene in the late 80s with his take on The Incredible Hulk and Spider-Man. After he left Marvel, be went on to form Image comics and came out with his own "hero", Spawn. Sadly, we've never seen Spawn appear in HeroClix form, but that's where the Quintessential Spawn comes in!
The Quintessential series discusses just one character and presents the "ideal" HeroClix dial for that character.
The Quintessential Spawn is based on the Year-1 Spawn and is a combination of the many powers that Spawn has exhibited over the years, starting with some up front Energy Explosion, Running Shot, Stealth, and Shape Change. He's also tough, but not impervious, hence he has a trait that gives him Toughness. (Sorry Todd, but as much as you would like to think so, Spawn can't take on Superman).
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Dial by Eric Schaen (continued below...)
Of course, the real beauty of the Quintessential Spawn is his Necroplasm ability, letting him use any power. Remember, when Spawn first started, he had a limited amount of power that he could use -- once he used it up, he would be powerless. Of course, the Quintessential Spawn has some other tidbits at his disposal to round him out -- Charge, Phasing/Teleport, Blades/Claws/Fangs, and late dial Regeneration -- all very comic accurate.
Remember, this is the Year 1 Spawn. The only unanswered question is this: Should Spawn be Mystics?