“We're excited to make these once unavailable titles accessible to fans again in a modern-day format,” said TMP’s Managing Editor Jen Cassidy. “Todd McFarlane Productions' library is expansive, and we look forward to growing the digital collection.”
Curse of the Spawn is set in a futuristic world in the throes of apocalypse, when Evil stands at the threshold of victory, is a 29-issue series. After the initial four-issue release on June 18, two additional issues will be made available for purchase each week. Haunt Volume Four is written by Joe Casey and illustrated by Nathan Fox, continuing the saga of the Kilgore brothers — one of them living, one of them dead, both of them united as the superhero Haunt — in this series created by McFarlane and Robert Kirkman. The digital edition, available on now on comiXology, collects issues 19-24, the entire Casey and Fox run.
Hellspawn re-defined the Spawn mythos with stories by Brian Michael Bendis and Steve Niles, drawn by Ashley Wood and Ben Templesmith in a stunning new vision of horror. The complete collected edition, which includes the entire HELLSPAWN series as well as bonus art, a cover gallery, and behind-the-scenes content, went on sale on comiXology on June 18. In Sam and Twitch: The Writer, detectives Sam Burke and Twitch Williams, take on a serial killer with a literary bent as fear and snow alike descend on the city. Both the single issues (#1-4) and the collection are available now on comiXology. Finally, Spawn: The Undead focuses on the HellSpawn once known as Al Simmons, with a self-contained story about the individuals who encounter him in the Spawn world of urban horror in each issue. The complete nine-issue run and collection are up now on comiXology.
Releases on the horizon include Spawn: Godslayer on July 10 and Spawn: The Dark Ages starting the same day. Full press release below.