Superhero films are a part of the yearly box office, but most of them focus on DC and Marvel characters. However, there are some others that are going to try and make a splash soon. One of them is Spawn, which will be directed by its creator, Todd McFarlane.
And at NYCC 2017, Todd McFarlane noted that the film will begin its pre-production around the beginning of 2018. What’s more, the film will only have a budget of 10 million dollars. Which for the record is a fraction of what modern superhero films need to make their productions. So it’ll be interesting to see what they do with the character.
McFarlane also promises updates from the set of Spawn via Facebook.
Holy Plasticine, Batman! McFarlane Toys has partnered up with department store chain Target to produce a line of Bat-figures themed around the classic 1960s Adam West series. You get Batman, Robin, the Joker, the Batmobile and the Batcave — each of the figures are six inches tall with classic articulation
Will 2021 be the Year of Spawn? It’d be weird if things turned out that way, but his creator, Todd McFarlane, believes he can make it happen. He has his eyes on a Cinematic Universe of his own making and he’s announced plans to lay the foundation with an expanded
Todd McFarlane has made quite a name for himself not just as a comic book artist, but as a toy designer. The McFarlane Toys brand always attracts an audience of collectors, which is why they’ll be surprised to learn to get Todd’s latest line of creatures, they’ll have to beat
Not only do they still produce Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, it just rolled over 300 issues…and, with the printing of its 301st, will become the “Longest-Running Creator-Owned Superhero Comic Book Series” according to the Guinness Book Of Records. This calls for a celebration, which you can attend if you’re going to