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Todd McFarlane and Steve Aoki Launch Creator-Owned NFT Platform

Oddkey.com, the non-fungible token platform from comic icon Todd McFarlane and Grammy-nominated DJ Steve Aoki, is about to launch. On Monday, it was announced that the platform will officially launch that day at 6pm PST. To celebrate the launch of Oddkey.com, McFarlane and Aoki have already given away a series of massive "Spawnoki" NFTs, which holders can now list them for sale on Oddkey.com. The platform not only aims to provide NFT art and music from its co-founders, but will soon allow other artists and creators to sell their own NFTs.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home Concept Art Includes Todd McFarlane Cover Tribute

Spider-Man: No Way Home is officially available for digital download and a lot of content from behind-the-scenes of the film has begun to get released. From new featurettes featuring Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland to new posters being released featuring all three Spider-Men, the film has become one of the biggest blockbusters of all time. Now, a new piece of concept art has been released from Marvel Studios character designer, Ryan Meinerding, featuring Doctor Octopus, and Holland's web head has been released.
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Todd McFarlane plans an "aggressive" collections program to capitalize on Spawn sales resurgence

For a good portion of 2021, Todd McFarlane Productions touted the sales success of its 'Year of Spawn" new Spawn Universe launches like King Spawn, Gunslinger Spawn, and The Scorched. Now the Image Comics imprint-publisher is prepping what it calls an "aggressive" program of 15 new trade paperback and hardcover Spawn Universe collections in 2022 in this, the character's 30th anniversary, including some "never-seen-before collections," with more to come next year.
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Todd McFarlane May Debut New Spawn Characters As Toys Before Comics

Tood McFarlane's Spawn Universe has grown to the point where the comic creator and toymaker can actually debut and market new characters on any platform he wishes! While sitting down with the ComicBook Nation podcast, McFarlane was asked about what the future of the Spawn franchise looks like on both the comic and toyline fronts, which is where he teased fans with the thought that the Spawn toyline could be the launchpad for future new characters in the series!
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Check Out Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo's Disturbed: Dark Messiah Cover (Exclusive)

Legendary comics artists Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo are providing cover art for Disturbed: Dark Messiah, a new five-issue miniseries produced in cooperation with the band Disturbed. There's a wraparound variant by the pair, as well as another variant that's the textless version if you prefer that. The covers are an homage to Distburbed's Ten Thousand Fists album cover. Below, you can see their cover, as well as Cover A (by Ryan Christensen), and some of the first issue's interior pages (credits below).
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ComicBook Nation: The Batman Review / Todd McFarlane Interview

The CB Nation crew discusses The Batman and what (if any) future Matt Reeves Batman reboot has. We also sit down with Spawn creator Todd McFarlane for a chat about McFarlane Toys' upcoming lines! PLUS: New DC and Marvel Comics!. In his official 4-star review of The Batman, ComicBook Nation...
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Todd McFarlane Says Spawn Movie Progess Is Getting Hot And Heavy

Todd McFarlane gave fans another update on the Spawn movie. Comicbook Nation got a chance to speak with the creator during their show this week. During that conversation, McFarlane said that the progress is getting "hot and heavy." Now, that's some good news for all the Spawn fans out there. They've all been waiting patiently for the revival to materialize for years now. Things are still moving along, but it sounds like the recent slew of slightly darker superhero stories might be opening the door even wider for the beloved character to hit the big screen sooner. Comicbook.com's Jim Viscardia asked McFarlane about the prospects and how movies like The Batman have helped open some eyes at the business level. The creator couldn't help but agree.
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Todd McFarlane Is Having Conversations About Doing Sports Figures Again

As longtime fans and purveyors of Todd McFarlane's McFarlane Toys line know, the comic book creator's work in action figures was never just limited to the likes of Spawn, DC Multiverse, or Movie Maniacs, with the company taking a huge interest in figures based on actual athletes from professional sports. McFarlane Toys hasn't made any sports figures in about three years, and hasn't made figures of NFL players in seven years, but that may all change soon. Speaking in a new interview with ComicBook.com's ComicBook Nation podcast, Todd confirmed they could be getting back into that realm. "We just recently had those conversations so we're jonesing a little bit in that direction," he said. "There may be some news coming down the pipeline here pretty soon."
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