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Brian Wood ("DMZ," "The Massive") has announced he is "not the writer" of Image Comics' long-running "Spawn."
We don't know why comics go wrong, but one issue of Wildstorm's "Global Frequency" didn't quite work. Plus, the return of The McSpidey Chronicles!
Who was behind the mysterious insult of Todd McFarlane in one of his last "Spider-Man" issues? And was She-Hulk going to be gold in her ill-fated TV series?
The latest installment of Image Expo sees the one-day show return to San Francisco with Brian K. Vaughan, Todd McFarlane, Scott Snyder and more.
Geoff Johns reveals that the legendary "Flash" villain will appear on the CW series; "Riverdale" series to balance fun with Lynch-ian darkness and more.
Sam and Twitch stand revealed in new concept art posted by "Spawn" creator and Image co-founder Todd McFarlane.
Incoming "Spawn" scribe Brian Wood discusses how he plans to approach the creator-owned icon and what to expect from Al Simmons' resurrection.
Brian Wood & Jonboy Meyers will chart a new course for the original Spawn in an anniversary issue covered by Greg Capullo.
"Spawn: The Recall," a stylish, atmospheric new fan film directed by Michael Paris, blends everyday life with a "dark fantasy story."
Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about the return of the original "Spawn" and the super hero movie bubble.
Discover the surprising comic book panel that drove Todd McFarlane from Marvel! Plus, learn the bizarre way "Blondie" was launched back in 1930!
With "Spawn" headed to a major anniversary, Todd McFarlane shares plans with CBR on Al Simmons' return, and a new creative team for the series.
The McSpidey Chronicles get sidetracked this week as Augie shows off his side project interpreting Todd McFarlane's art, but with Smurfs.
Did Todd McFarlane hide spiders on "Amazing Spider-Man" covers? Was Charlie Brown ever going to kick that football? Was Professor X originally in "Age of Ultron?"
Augie looks at Robert Kirkman's "Captain America" storyline, and the time Todd McFarlane drew a Batman-like villain fighting Spider-Man.
Augie has some random thoughts on the Fantastic Four rumors swirling about, and is disappointed by the reprint quality in the Spider-Man Omnibus.
Augie tries his hand at coloring, realizing his limitations and playing with a new tool, and the latest McSpidey Chronicles finds McFarlane hitting his stride.
Augie's daughter experiences Free Comic Book Day, while her father reminisces over the cape Todd McFarlane gave the Prowler.
This week, Augie saw the new "Captain America" movie, finds a TV Superman appearance from the 1960s, and looks at "Amazing Spider-Man" #304...
Augie ponders comiXology's fate, mourns Teddy Ruxpin's creator, praises Liefeld's inks and continues to explore Todd McFarlane's "Amazing Spider-Man."
Augie looks briefly at this week's controversial issue of "Invincible," before exploring more McFarlane Spidey and the powers of a radioactive jackrabbit?!?
Augie falls in love with the Rat Queens, tracks Todd McFarlane's growth as an inker, and a whole lot more.
Todd McFarlane's "Amazing Spider-Man" is the comic that brought Augie into comics. 25 years later, he's going back to review that run, issue by issue.
Augie reviews Frank Miller/Todd McFarlane "Spawn/Batman" - it's a lot of fighting. France has a winner and "The Fuse" is a promising new series!
Creator Todd McFarlane says production likely will begin next year on a new "Spawn" movie that will be more horror/thriller than superhero action.
Angela co-creator Todd McFarlane has commented on Angela's appearance in Marvel Comics' "Guardians of the Galaxy," following her official introduction during "Age of Ultron" #10.
Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane shares his thoughts on the debut of Angela at Marvel, the upside of his and Neil Gaiman's settlement, Haunt's return and his hope that "Spawn" continues on long after he's gone.
Marvel has announced Neil Gaiman's return to the Marvel Universe with the final issue of "Age of Ultron" as the "Sandman" scribe steps in to help with "AoU" and add one-time Spawn nemesis Angela to the Marvel U.
In the latest retcon spotlight, CSBG looks at how Rob Liefeld's depature from Image Comics in the mid 1990s led to a major retcon in who killed the lead character of Todd McFarlane's Spawn.
In the debut of this new CSBG feature, we look at a '90s "gimmick" cover, the multiple-colored covers of Todd McFarlane's "Spider-Man" #1, and determine whether it was actually a good comic or just a gimmick!
Augie notices an unfortunate pattern in the pages of Garth Ennis' new series, "Red Team" #1. Also, a deposition shows lawyers having a hard time dealing with comics, comics will break your heart, bounding asterisks, and more.
Attorney for Joe Shuster estate appeals ruling on Superman rights! Todd McFarlane settles lawsuit against ex-employee! Interviews with Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez, Henry Flint and Al Ewing, Dan Goldman and more!
"Spawn" creator and writer Todd McFarlane discusses directly tying in the results of the recent presidential election with the ongoing adventures of his two decade old series for "Spawn" #225.
Augie has his hands on an early copy of the "Art of Todd McFarlane," an awesome retrospective of the last 25 years of McFarlane's career, even with some narrative difficulties. Also, Dave Sim follows through on his lettering.
Augie finishes his trek through New York Comic Con's Artist Alley, and brings the XFL footlball pictures to prove it. Plus, Todd McFarlane shows off his new art book and Dave Sim podcasts.
Todd McFarlane returns to discuss the formation of Image Comics, his thoughts on the publisher today, his experience inking the work of Jack Kirby and the possibility of his return to full-time comics creation.
In the first of a two-part interview, Todd McFarlane discusses his career from "Infinity Inc." through "Spider-Man,"the debt he owes Roy Thomas and his history with Stan Lee. Plus, an exclusive look at "The Art of Todd McFarlane!"
In a legal case that stretches the boundaries of fiction and reality, "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane is suing former employee and often-cited inspiration for the character Al Simmons over the details in a biography published this year.
Tim looks back at when the Hulk was gray (again), before Joe Fixit came to town, and before Peter David launched his monumental run. Yes, it's BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, with Al Milgrom's 'Incredible Hulk' #330."
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #222, featuring the return of Tremor. The issue, written by Todd McFarlane with art by Szymon Kudranski, is available August 1.