The Visual Evolution of Spawn

Todd McFarlane's demonic anti-hero comic Spawn is reaching its anniversary #250 issue this month and Image is not only celebrating it with a triple-sized release, but with some cool small things like this illustrated chart, that shows all of Spawn's costumes. » 1/19/15 10:40am 1/19/15 10:40am

Assassins' Creed IV Cosplay Begins With This McFarlane Toys Creation

Okay, any Assassins' Creed cosplay is going to start with a white hood, but soon after that you're going to need a weapon. Comic book legend Todd McFarlane provides, with a replica of Edward Kenway's Hidden Blade Gauntlet so pretty you can barely tell it's plastic. » 5/31/13 8:30am 5/31/13 8:30am

Spawn Creator Todd McFarlane Said that 38 Studios’ Unfinished MMO “Was…

Thing I didn't expect to learn at Toy Fair: the guy who created Spawn loves crazy video game rabbits. Specifically, Todd McFarlane loves the titular characters from Ubisoft's wacky Rabbids franchise and thinks that that they're going to be a huge pop culture phenomenon. » 2/13/13 2:00pm 2/13/13 2:00pm

Spawn Creator Todd McFarlane (With Friend) At Comic-Con

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning creative contributor and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane poses with a Troll before the 38 Studios game panel at Comic-Con 2010. Todd says "You can bludgeon your younger brother with it." Neat! » 7/22/10 8:00pm 7/22/10 8:00pm

Curt Schilling's All-Star RPG Becomes Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning

Previously known simply as Project Mercury, Curt Schilling's 38 Studios and EA finally give the Todd McFarlane, R.A. Salvatore, and Ken Rolston powered role-playing game a name, promising open world exploration and fast-paced action combat in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. » 7/20/10 11:40am 7/20/10 11:40am

Curt Schilling's All-Star RPG Debuts At Comic-Con

Curt Schillings' 38 Studios outs Project Mercury at the San Diego Comic-Con this month, giving con-goers the first look at the mysterious role-playing game that features the talents of R.A. Salvatore, Todd McFarlane, and Ken Rolston. » 7/08/10 6:00pm 7/08/10 6:00pm

Curt Schilling's All-Star Role-Playing Game Has A Publisher And A…

Call it Project Mercury, and as of today, call it an EA game. The epic role-playing game that won't — confirmed! — be called The Adventures of Curt Schilling has a home and a whole lot of mystery around it. » 3/09/10 10:00am 3/09/10 10:00am