As comic book battles go, the legal conflict between Neil Gaiman and Spawn creator Todd MacFarlane was as huge, sprawling and intense as any involving super-powered titans trading punches, and even more long and drawn-out. After ten years in court, the dust is fin
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In a story that could also appeared under the headline, "Judge Compares Slutty Angels for Acclaimed Novelist," Neil Gaiman has returned to court over a copyright dispute with Todd McFarlane regarding characters he created for the "Spawn" series nearly two decades ago
Here at ComicsAlliance, we've got a soft spot for all things LEGO, and when they collide with all things comics, the results -- like Angus MacClane's CubeDude creations -- but we've never seen anything quite like Orion Pax's comic-inspired sculptures:
At first glance, his "LEGOptimus Prime" is a dead ringer for the original toy, but when you look closer, there's some incredibly creative part use that makes this figure great, like the use of 14 shiny daggers to make the truck grille. What's more, the small car is actually a motorized RC vehicle that fits inside the truck.
And that's far from the only amazing creation he's bu
While yesterday's "Avengers" marketing parody by Image comics seemed rooted in at least a dash of seriousness with a feasible shot of Invincible seemingly announcing his spot on The Guardians of the Globe's new team book launching in August, the publisher's newest unveiling calls everything into question
In an announcement that reads something like the coolest buddy cop movie trailer ever, Image Comics has revealed that founders Todd McFarlane and Rob Liefeld along with artist Greg Capullo have joined forces for an upcoming finale of the "Spawn: Endgame" storyline.
The story effectively ushers in a brand new Spawn (the original