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SERIES 27: THE ART OF SPAWN FIGURES UNVEILED
See All Six Regular Figures, the Deluxe Box ... and a Surprise
Friday, November 19, 2004

For regular viewers of this site -- and particularly the spawn.com message boards -- we've been teasing you for quite awhile now. Well, the teasing is over; it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty. We've got photography of all the figures in Series 27: The Art of Spawn and we're ready to share.

Here we go:

SPAWN -- issue 85 cover art
Based on artist Greg Capullo's dark, moody artwork for the cover to Spawn #85, this figure features an angry Spawn unleashing a violent scream from deep within the alleys of Rat City.

SPAWN -- issue 131 cover art
This figure is a direct translation of the cover art to Spawn #131 -- an instant fan-favorite, in which Spawn is draped in desert warfare-style headgear and holding a futuristic firearm.

SPAWN -- issue 119 interior art
Based on Angel Medina's rendition of a Hellspawn from another time (also a fan-favorite), this figure depicts a Spawn with a different feel and aesthetic than that of Al Simmons. Complete with a stylized "cowboy" hat, revolvers and spurs, the "Gunslinger" will no doubt be one of the most sought-after figures from Series 27.

WANDA 2 -- issue 65 interior art
Standing in a church, dressed in a beautiful white wedding gown, the love of Spawn's life will at long last be released to the public as part of a retail assortment (our previous Wanda figure was available only through the McFarlane Toys Collector's Club).

CLOWN 5 -- based on original art
With a devilish grin and an unmistakable aura of filth and evil, Spawn's arch-nemesis comes to life once again. Perched atop a pile of refuse and bones, this impish troublemaker is fully detailed and as wicked as ever.

VANDALIZER 2 -- based on original art
The brother of the Clown's alter-ego, the Violator, an updated version of the Vandalizer has long been requested by our fans. A massive beast, with lizard-like skin and claws and teeth ready to rip through any who would oppose him, the Vandalizer is one of McFarlane Toys' most monstrous figures to date.

SPAWN VS. AL SIMMONS DELUXE BOXED SET -- issue 86 cover art
Locked in a heated battle, Al Simmons and Spawn, two entities who are one fight against each other in a struggle for control over their future. This Deluxe Boxed Set includes both Al and Spawn in an amazing re-creation of Greg Capullo's stunning artwork from the cover to Spawn #86.

Enjoy the photography. These figures are set to hit retail shelves in late February 2005. Oh, and there will be a limited-edition Collector's Club exclusive figure to go along with this line represented another Spawn comic cover. We aren't prepared to reveal it yet ... but hang around and we'll clue you in soon.

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