Tag Archives: Spawn

Gunslinger Spawn addendum

Just as we reviewed the new Gunslinger Spawn, the character got his own comic series. How's that for timing! Here are the two main covers, by Brett Booth and Todd McFarlane: There are others, of course, featuring the art of … Continue reading

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Spawn comes to Kickstarter

Yes, Toddy Mac's long-simmering plan to Kickstart the return of Spawn figures is finally here, and it's being done in the most overblown, excessive way imaginable, with too much packaging, lots of variants, and a few questionable choices along the … Continue reading

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Selectively stocking at Toys "Я" Us

ᶜᵃⁿ ᴵ ᵍᵉᵗ ᵘʰʰʰʰ... pic.twitter.com/JGCqdm5nyg — OAFEnet (@OAFE) May 20, 2018 And now, some more OAFEry:Minimates: Spider-Man/Urban Fire Chief exclusive reviews ATFC '11 - Day 1: Hasbro Rustin's Spoils of the Week #70.5 "Spider-Man: Homecoming" Movie Series: Vulture exclusive review … Continue reading

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Rustin's Spoils of the Week #175

Aaaaaaand we're back. And now, some more OAFEry:Soon Forget: The undead future of S.L.U.G. Zombies Fortnite: Blackheart addendum Flippin' through Previews - November '15 Everything Great About The Last Jedi Star Wars: The Rise of Skolo

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Spawn Series 12: Gruesome Twosome review

As we reviewed Top Gun and Bottom Line, you may have noticed that both their bios referred to them as part of the Gruesome Twosome. That isn't just some nickname, it's a clue to their special feature, as is the … Continue reading

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The biggest properties of the '90s

Remember this J. Scott Campbell drawing of all your 1980s favorites? Well, the nostalgia cycle moves on, so here's Adam Masterman's group shot of the 1990s: You'll want to click on it to see the whole thing. And now, some … Continue reading

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Toy sculptors as toys

When artists need to create a face, it's easier to use a real-life reference than to make something up. Alex Ross paints his friends and family into his works, and toy sculptors put themselves and their co-workers into the toys. … Continue reading

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Rustin's Spoils of the Week #55

As is oft the case at conventions, the materialism gets the better of me and I buy too much. Wonder Con 2012 was no different as I had to spread my haul across two weeks worth of Spoils (and even … Continue reading

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Rustin's Spoils of the Week #42

Two weeks ago I drove from Chicago to Los Angeles. Needless to say there were a few chances to hit up the local board-of-fare mid route. While I sadly missed all Toys R Us's, a Walmart and Target were perused … Continue reading

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Lights, camera, ACTION (figures)!

Today yo reviewed the George Lucas in Stormtrooper Disguise figure, and mentioned that he's just one of several directors who have their own action figures. And now, some more OAFEry:ToyFare's Darth Maul prank Flippin' through Previews - July '14 Minimate … Continue reading

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