|Artist(s):||Todd McFarlane, Penciller|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||6/16/2017|
Todd McFarlane's Spawn #33 page 4 (Image, 1995). This is a very rarely available example of a page from a Todd McFarlane Spawn story. This page from 'Shadows' features great images of Spawn and an unmasked Al Simmons in his decomposing state. McFarlane's Spawn art has been nearly impossible to acquire as the incredibly popular and successful artist has kept the vast majority of it for his own library. Spawn was Todd McFarlane's initial contribution to Image Comics, the creator owned company he started with a group of other hot young artists who left Marvel in 1992. McFarlane was one of the top creators of the time and the initial issue of Spawn sold 1.7 million copies. The book remained a top seller for years and is still published today, almost a quarter of a century later. Todd McFarlane has recently completed a screenplay for a new Spawn movie that will feature Jamie Foxx, so the character may be receiving a boost in the near future. McFarlane's line of Spawn action figures revolutionized that industry, showing that highly-detailed figures could be massively produced for an affordable price. McFarlane's enormous financial success has allowed him the luxury of not having to sell his original art from Spawn, making this a highly unusual offering that should not be taken lightly by fans of McFarlane, Spawn or both.
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