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No one is safe, murder spree continues in spin-off sequel, SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO

No one is safe, murder spree continues in spin-off sequel, SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO

Posted on September 27, 2018 by Kat Salazar

PORTLAND, OR, 9/27/2018 — No reader is safe from the popular parody one-shot SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE—and now Todd McFarlane, President of Image Comics and creator, has unleashed Spawn’s wrath once more in the follow-up, SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO with art by Will Robson. The bloodbath begins again in December 2018. 

SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE hit with overwhelming fan enthusiasm and went into three printings in order to keep up with consumer demand. Now Spawn’s back for more. 

SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO is a four-part miniseries that promises more cuteness, more killing, and more Spawn! Even better, fans will have a chance sic Spawn on a personalized rampage with the available sketch cover. 

SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO #1 will hit stores on Wednesday, December 19th. 

SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO #1 Cover A Clean - Diamond Code OCT180048
SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO #1 Cover B Bloody - Diamond Code OCT180049
SPAWN KILLS EVERYONE TOO #1 Cover C Sketch - Diamond Code OCT180050

About SPAWN:
Todd McFarlane’s SPAWN is one of the most successful comic series of all time and is currently being adapted for film. This newest adaptation—a gritty, R-rated reimagining—marks 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 co-producer with Blumhouse Productions. The forthcoming film adaptation will star Academy Award-winning actor Jamie Foxx, in the titular role, and Jeremy Renner as Twitch.   

Upon launch, the SPAWN comic sold an unprecedented 1.7 million copies and is one of the world’s bestselling and longest-running monthly comic books, with hundreds of millions sold worldwide in more than 120 countries and in 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.