Remember The Adventure of Spawn (it’s okay, I don’t)? Anyway, the kid friendly “Spawn” series is available once again via the digital comics app, Comixology. If you are a Spawn lover and are looking to get your little tike in on the action, this seems like a good way to introduce them to the chaos. The two 48-page issues are written by Jon Goff with art by Khary Randolph. Check out more below.
Official Press Release:
Image Comics and Todd McFarlane Productions are excited to announce that THE ADVENTURES OF SPAWN is now available on the digital comics platform comiXology. Two 48-page issues of THE ADVENTURES OF SPAWN, as well as a collection of both issues with bonus material that never appeared in print, are on sale now.
Kid-friendly in the colorful, action-packed style of Saturday morning cartoons, THE ADVENTURES OF SPAWN was originally a webcomic on Spawn.com and was collected into print trade paperbacks in 2007 and 2008. Filled with pulse-pounding battles, betrayal and revenge, and the clash between the Forces of Light and the Forces of Darkness, THE ADVENTURES OF SPAWN is the title for parents to share their love of SPAWN with their children — and for them to sneak a moment of fun-filled adventure, too.
“It’s fun is to see if your characters can fit into different settings, genres, mediums and/or formats – as a means to get your idea in front of more new eyes,” said McFarlane. “Unlike the regular title, this one is truly built around the word, ‘adventure.’ It’s a world of Spawn unlike any of the others I’ve populated.”
Todd McFarlane Productions’ THE ADVENTURES OF SPAWN features exciting stories by Jon Goff and eye-popping art by Khary Randolph. Bonus character bios drawn by various artists, including Greg Capullo, are available only in the collected edition.
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