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TNI Exclusive: Articulated Spawn Figures In The Works From McFarlane Toys

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Recently I had the pleasure of sitting down with Todd McFarlane himself to talk about a wide range of things he has been working on including the recently announced DC Multiverse figures, Spawn action figures, the Spawn movie, Mortal Kombat, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones and more. The entire interview is over one hour long.

While I don't have the entire interview ready to post today, I thought I would give you a bit of a teaser for it and play you the portion of the interview were we talk about Spawn action figures and what we will be seeing on that front from him in the near future.

As you can see he confirms that new 7" Spawn figures will be in the works and at least some of them will incorporate a wide range of articulation on par with the DC Multiverse and Fortnite lines, which is around 22 points of movement.

Most of the 1+ hour long interview focuses on the new DC Multiverse products but it also contains snip-its of info for the pending new Spawn movie, Mortal Kombat figures and more. The full interview should be up tomorrow (01/08/20) here on Toy News International, so I do hope you come back and check it out.

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That's cool, despite not being a huge Spawn reader myself I might end up picking the articulated figs.

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Yesssssssss! I’ve been waiting for super articled Spawn figure for last 15 years, while image anniversary figure was decent it’s too outdated now. Hopefully, we are going to get both classic and newer costume of Spawn. In all honesty, this made me far more excited than their Dc reveals.  

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Would love to see new figures of Malebolgia, Tremor, Overtkill, and Violator.

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I used to collect Spawn figures and comics. Medieval Spawn, Curse of the Spawn, the Redeemer. It would be nice to see them again with modern features, but I am not impressed with the new DC stuff at all.

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As a person that started collecting figures with mcfarlanes and now has become a huge marvel legends fan, im very excited at the prospects of mcfarlane quality sculpts with articulation! these first rounds of figs hes done so far havent impressed me so hopefully the kinks get out before launching spawns line. 

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I have all the original Spawn comics from the 90's but was never a huge Spawn fan in general, but I def would love to see some well articulated Spawn figures. The ones recently released for the Color Tops line were pretty much just mini-statues.

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Not a fan of Spawn or the scale in general, so I don't really care one way or the other, but aren't touting a new Spawn line and vague promises of "improved" articulation things McFarlane has said a hundred times over the years?

Just saying.

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Todd McFarlane founded McFarlane Toys to make Spawn figures. I am surprised there wasnt a Spawn collectors line to compete with Marvel Legends and DC Multiverse already. 

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9 minutes ago, SubZero said:

Todd McFarlane founded McFarlane Toys to make Spawn figures. I am surprised there wasnt a Spawn collectors line to compete with Marvel Legends and DC Multiverse already. 

As popular as the Spawn is, I guess, it simply cannot compete with the marketing of the 2 big comic publishers and their characters' popularity.

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Would love to see a line of these. The animated series they had on HBO is still one of my favorite shows ever made. Pissed it ended on a cliffhanger. If they can get good articulation to match the great character designs of this franchise I'm all in. I think it's going to take some time though since the higher articulation figures are still somewhat new for them in comparison to companies that have been doing it much longer like the ML and Black Series lines. Once they have more time working on it and find their groove I think they'll make some good quality stuff.

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On ‎1‎/‎7‎/‎2020 at 9:57 PM, EvilHayato said:

As a person that started collecting figures with mcfarlanes and now has become a huge marvel legends fan, im very excited at the prospects of mcfarlane quality sculpts with articulation! these first rounds of figs hes done so far havent impressed me so hopefully the kinks get out before launching spawns line. 

The Batman/Superman figures just released tell you what McFarlane's idea of "improved articulation" is. I cant believe any of these reviewers are swallowing this stuff. If any new-newish company had put these out like this, these reviewers would be stomping all over them. And with good reason. Forget Marvel Legends, these weren't even as good as DC Essentials.


 

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