Now that the lawsuit is settled, many things can be done with the characters from the Spawn universe. Marvel got their hands on Neil Gaiman’s Angela, and Joe Quesada has a whole new look for her in the upcoming Age of Ultron #10.
Image Comics released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Clone #1, Comeback #1, Darkness #108, Glory #30, It Girl and The Atomics #4, Mind the Gap #6, Revival #5, Savage Dragon #183, Spawn #225, and more.
Spawn has been around for 20 years and has recently undergone some major changes. Are these changes in story enough to keep old readers interested and attract new readers at the same time? Major Spoilers looks at the latest issue of Spawn to see if this title is worth reading after all those years.
Image Comics has released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Artifacts, Hack Slash, Invincible, L’il Depressed Boy, Multiple Warheads, Prophet, Revival, Spawn, and more.
Before you head to your local comic shop, check out the selection of titles coming from Image Comics this week.
McFarlane Toys’ online store has announced its next resin statue preorder. Joining McFarlane Toys’ line of limited-edition resin statues, Curse of the Spawn, captures the soul of McFarlane’s comic book creation in spectacular detail.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for Alpha Girl, Black Kiss II, Epic Kill, Godland, Harvest, Mind the Gap, Mondo, Spawn, Thief of Thieves, and Think Tank.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Artifacts #19, Creator Owned Heroes #2, Danger Club #3, Epic Kill #3, Haunt #24, Invincible #93, Morning Glories #20, Spawn #221, and Thief of Thieves #6.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Chew, The Darkness, Elephantmen, Glory, Grim Leaper, Liberty Meadows, Nancy in Hell on Earth, Near Death, Revel Blood, Reed Gunther, and Saga.
Last month, Image Comics announced that Chris Giarrusso (G-MAN) would be creating special “cute” versions of the covers of classic Image titles, the first of which was YOUNGBLOOD, issued as a special limited-run variants cover of YOUNGBLOOD #71. Now, Image is unveiling the next cover in this series, a re-creation of SPAWN #1 by Todd McFarlane.
Very simple question this week pitting two symbiotes against one another.
In 1992, Spawn, a new kind of superhero, stepped onto the comics stage under the banner of the newly formed Image Comics. Twenty years later, Todd McFarlane’s creation has become an iconic character in the superhero world, spawning into spin-offs, toys, an animated series, and a blockbuster movie…But the SPAWN comic book series has always been the center of that empire.