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
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
Yesterday the Internet received a cryptic message regarding the upcoming "Image United" crossover: The Spawn logo, a clock counted down to zero and a tagline, "His Evil Knows No Limit" on a black background
Spike Jonze's cinematic "Where The Wild Things Are" adaptation may be generating a lot of buzz from critics, but before you make your way to theaters to relive those sweet Maurice Sendak children's book memories, it's important to remember what really matters: this movie/book/your fond childhood memory can be linked to action figures -- specifically ones produced by "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane's company nearly ten years ago