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Illustrated Chart Shows The Visual Evolution Of Spawn

Todd McFarlane’s iconic Hellspawn anti-hero started out as the little indie comic that could, turning the reputation Todd garnered working at Marvel into sales of over one million copies of the first issue, which helped launch Image Comics.

Spawn has gone to Hell and back again many times in the last 24 years, so in celebration of the 250th issue of the core series Todd shared an illustrated chart depicting the evolution of Spawn.

This illustrated chart shows how much Al's demonic getup has changed over the years, and how different artists like Angel Medina, Greg Capullo and (soon) JonBoy Meyers handle his iconic spikes and chains style.

McFarlane is such a generous guy that he made this illustrated chart available to download in poster sized hi-res format, so the truly devoted can print it out and pin that hellish hero up in their lair. You've come a long way, Spawny!


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