Image Comics has just revealed another variant cover for the upcoming milestone SPAWN #300 issue by Todd McFarlane, President at Image Comics and creator of SPAWN. It’s a smoking hot Jerome Opeña cover—with pencils by Jerome Opeña, inks by Todd McFarlane, colors by Fco Plascencia. This is just one of many exciting cover reveals to Image is showcasing on what they’ve dubbed the #Roadto300! I don’t think hashtags with numerals are actually valid hashtags though…
SPAWN #300 hits stores on Wednesday, September 4. The final order cutoff for retailers is Monday, August 12.
SPAWN #300 CVR A MCFARLANE – Diamond Code JUN190014
SPAWN #300 CVR B B&W MCFARLANE – Diamond Code JUN190015
SPAWN #300 CVR C CAPULLO – Diamond Code JUN190016
SPAWN #300 CVR D CAPULLO VIRGIN – Diamond Code JUN190017
SPAWN #300 CVR E CAPULLO & MCFARLANE – Diamond Code JUN190018
SPAWN #300 CVR F B&W CAPULLO & MCFARLANE – Diamond Code JUN190019
SPAWN #300 CVR G CAMPBELL – Diamond Code JUN190020
SPAWN #300 CVR H OPEÑA – Diamond Code JUN190021
SPAWN #300 CVR I ALEXANDER – Diamond Code JUN190022
SPAWN #300 CVR J PARODY VAR MCFARLANE – JUN190023
Momentum surrounding the classic antihero series continues to build leading into SPAWN #300 and SPAWN #301 when it becomes the longest running creator-owned comic in history. The celebration of SPAWN’s 300th and 301st issues is just beginning. More art and cover reveals will be shared over the coming weeks as the road to comic book history nears its destination.
SPAWN is currently being adapted for film—a gritty, R-rated reimagining—which will mark Image President, co-founder and SPAWN creator, Todd McFarlane’s film directorial debut. McFarlane, an Emmy/Grammy-winning producer/director is also on board as screenwriter and producer.
SPAWN sold an unprecedented 1.7 million copies at the time it was released and is one of the world’s best-selling and longest-running monthly comic books, with hundreds of millions sold worldwide in more than 120 countries, and 15 different languages.
The comic became an Emmy Award-winning animated series on HBO and a New Line Cinema feature film that grossed more than $100 million. McFarlane went on to direct and produce award-winning and critically acclaimed projects for top movie studios and record labels.