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Augie unearths copies of some of Todd McFarlane's original "Amazing Spider-Man" pencils, revisits the week in movie trailers and more!
Todd McFarlane, Brian Holguin and Clayton Crain's "Savior" #1 has "strong characterization and beautiful art."
Paul Jenkins tells CBR about his plans for "Spawn," which start this week with the "Spawn Resurrection" one-shot illustrated by Jonboy Meyers.
Todd McFarlane says he gave permission for Spawn to appear in such NetherRealm Studios games as "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and "Mortal Kombat X."
Todd McFarlane discusses with CBR why Paul Jenkins was the right choice to take over "Spawn," along with updates on film and animation projects.
The creator of "Spawn" talks to CBR News about his hopes to defy expectations with his new superhero-free Image Comics series, "Savior."
Todd McFarlane has unveiled a glimpse of a planned but never published Spawn/Batman crossover illustrated by Greg Capullo and himself.
The Image Comics President explains why his position means he'll never draw a Spider-Man comic again unless Spawn has a stake in it.
"Spawn the Savior?" It happened, and so did many other bizarre stories where creators comment on other characters in CSBG's "meta-messages" archive.
Skottie Young has revealed his variant cover for the landmark 250th issue of Todd McFarlane's "Spawn."
Amongst other news at Image Expo came word that the original issues of "Spawn" would finally arrive on digital platforms as Todd McFarlane continues to eye a movie.
Following making a couple big announcements earlier in the day, the "Spawn" creator and Image co-founder talked to fans at Image Expo.
New regular series including sci-fi YA and prison break romance arrive along with a new all-star indie anthology.
The veteran writer who recently made the move away from Marvel and DC is joining Todd McFarlane's signature Image series.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Ahead of tomorrow's Image Expo, co-founder Todd McFarlane is promising an Eisner winner will take over writing his signature character.
The "Spawn" creator hyped his appearance at next week's Image Expo, saying he'll reveal a long-brewing miniseries that's "finally coming to fruition."
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.