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Hear Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld And Marc Silvestri Describe Leaving Marvel In A Clip From ‘The Image Revolution’ [Video]

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The Image Revolution

Ever wondered what exactly happened when Image Comics' founders told Marvel Comics they were leaving to start their own company? (And as a bonus, wanted to hear Rob Liefeld do a Southern accent?)

Well, you can get the story straight from three of those founders themselves -- Liefeld, Todd McFarlane, and Marc Silvestri -- in the below clip from the upcoming documentary The Image Revolution.

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Link Ink: New ‘Thor 2′ Posters, Adventure Mech And An IRL ‘Bleach’ Sword

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McFarlane on Angela in ‘Age of Ultron': “I Will Sit Back And Be As Interested As Anyone Else”

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Todd McFarlane, who co-created the character Angela with Neil Gaiman in Spawn #9 back in 1993, was surprisingly conciliatory in remarks to Newsarama this week regarding the character's planned appearance in Marvel's Age of Ultron series...

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‘Spawn’ Character Angela To Crossover Into Marvel Universe In ‘Age Of Ultron’

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Marvel Comics, via The New York Times, announced this morning that Angela -- a character created by Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane in the pages of Spawn, the rights to whom were contested between the two creators for years -- will be appearing in the Marvel Universe, making her Marvel debut in the pages of the publisher's current Age of Ultron series...

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Todd McFarlane Sues Former Employee Al Simmons For Claiming To Be Inspiration For Fictional Al Simmons

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Clearly, Todd McFarlane likes spending time in court rooms. How else to explain the fact that, having finally reached a legal settlement with Neil Gaiman over the ownership of Spawn supporting character Angela, he's now suing a former employee who claims to be the inspiration for the original Spawn, Al Simmons...

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“Kids Like Chains” And More Wisdom From Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld and Stan Lee circa 1991

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The year is 1991. George HW Bush is the President of the United States. Oil fields are burning in Kuwait. Terminator 2 is breaking box office records. C+C Music Factory, Color Me Badd and that terrible Bryan Adams song from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves are all over the airwaves...

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‘Spawn’ #225 To Take On Presidential Politics With Election-Themed Storyline

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Comic books have a history of attempting to tie-in with US Presidential Elections; in 2008, remember, Image Comics' Savage Dragon endorsed Barack Obama before the election, and Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man hung out with him following his inauguration...

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Todd McFarlane ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Cover Sets Record Auction Price At $675,250

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It wasn't previously thought to be a particularly important issue in the 50-year career of Marvel's friendly neighborhood wall-crawler, but 1990's Amazing Spider-Man #328 has ended up in the history books - and it's all because of the cover...

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Spawn’ Year One, Part 4: ‘Flashback’

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Three weeks ago, Image Comics shipped the 220th issue of Spawn, marking 20 years of continuous publication of the supernatural antihero series created by Todd McFarlane. To help commemorate the 20th anniversary of Spawn, ComicsAlliance is embarking on a venture that is every bit as ambitious: a four-part overview of the first "year" of its publication (Being an early Image book, Spawn sometimes shipped late)...

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Spawn’ Year One, Part Three: Writertown

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Three weeks ago, Image Comics shipped the 220th issue of Spawn, marking 20 years of continuous publication of the supernatural antihero series created by Todd McFarlane. To help commemorate the 20th anniversary of Spawn, ComicsAlliance is embarking on a venture that is every bit as ambitious: a four-part overview of the first "year" of its publication (Being an early Image book, Spawn sometimes shipped late)...

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