With the news that Robert Kirkman is ending The Walking Dead with this week’s issue #193 it’s even more impressive that Spawn is hitting its 300th issue.
To celebrate the huge milestone, Todd McFarlane Productions is bringing back some licensed Spawn merchandise that hasn’t been sold in over a decade. This is also a celebration of McFarlane returning to pencil and ink issues 300 and 301. The latter will make Spawn the longest-running creator owned comic worldwide.
Fans can grab T-shirts, pins, lanyards, vinyl figures and an exclusive Spawn art print and comic books.
First up are two shirts, which feature the Spawn orb and a parody shirt based on another famous vigilante. Each cost $25.
You can also grab five exclusive pins offered: Spawn logo, parody, triangle, skull and orb that feature classic designs from Spawn’s release in 1992 up to the more recent issues. These range from $10 to $12.
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If you’re going to be in attendance at San Diego Comic Con, Image Comics is giving away free tickets to McFarlane’s signing sessions starting at 9:30 a.m. The Spawn art print will only be sold at the Image book #1915 for $20. Each will come with its own unique identification number and is limited to 250 pieces.
From Spawn Kills Everyone 2, collectors can also get Spawn BumBumz vinyl figures. They come in premium packaging and includes an exclusive art card with a scene from the book. Each cost $25.
There’s also a Spawn logo lanyard, which is available for $10 and the exclusive SDCC exclusive Spawn comic will only be available at the Image booth #1915.