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Image Comics has released even more variant covers for the upcoming Spawn #301 issue that arrives on October 2, 2019, and we are more than happy to share them with you.
Yesterday, we had our first look at some of the upcoming variant covers for Spawn…
If you thought Spawn #300 was out of this world, Spawn #301 looks to be just as important, and Image Comics is celebrating with a number of variant covers. Today, we have a look at variant covers from Jerome Opeña, Alex Ross, Bill Sienkiewicz, and J. Scott Campbell.
This week is the big week for Spawn, as the series hits issue #300. But McFarlane and friends aren’t stopping there, as Image has big plans for issue #301 as well. Today, we ahve a look at some of the 18 variant covers for the issue.
Image Comics has pulled back the curtain and is showing off the main cover for Spawn #300 from creator Todd McFarlane.
With Spawn #300 set to land on stores and break at least one comic book record, Image Comics has been teasing us with a number of the variant covers for the issue. Today, we have four more to look at.
Looking for another Spawn #300 cover to add to your collection? Image Comics has released Cover I for the upcoming landmark issue by Jason Shawn Alexander.
As we approach the release of Spawn #300, expect to see a flood of variant covers for the issue hitting the Internet. Case in point, here is a look at Jerome Opeña’s cover image.
Image Comics has released the covers for Spawn #300 by Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo.
Looking for more J. Scott Campbell in your life? When Spawn #300 arrives in August, you’ll be able to get the artist’s take on Spawn in one of 10 variant covers.
Image Comics has just announced that Spawn creator, Todd McFarlane, will draw the upcoming Spawn #301, which will also become the longest running creator-owned comic book in the world (according to Image).