wiip, the independent studio behind HBO’s hit “Mare of Easttown,” has partnered with Emmy-winning SPAWN creator and director/producer Todd McFarlane to develop “Sam and Twitch” as a premium television drama series.
Sometimes, you’ve just got to drop them. Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Four-Letter Words!
Image Comics’ President Todd McFarlane has announced his 2021 initiative – to create a multi-character, interconnected comic book universe.
When Spawn #315 hits the shelves, be on the lookout for five variant covers for the issue.
Image Comics has announced three variant covers for the upcoming Spawn #314 that will showcase the steps taken to create Greg Capullo’s cover art.
Beginning with Spawn #313, you’ll see a familiar teaming of Greg Capullo and Todd McFarlane, as the duo team for four covers for the series.
Todd McFarlane has released a first look at the Chadwick Boseman variant cover for the upcoming Spawn #311.
The boys discuss Todd McFarlane’s Spawn Kickstarter, for a new 7 inch version of the original Spawn action figure. They also talk about what they’ve been doing during the pandemic. (NSFW language)
A new breed of Hellspawn has been born! Your Major Spoilers review of Spawn #301 awaits!
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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.