After 25 years, Dave Sim’s ‘Cerebus the Aardvark’ will have to make some room on the mountain top as the longest-running independent series in comic book history. Spawn #300 finally drops after 27 years of build-up and anticipation, and Todd McFarlane’s most famous creation doesn’t show signs of slowing down. With an upcoming movie in the works, and no word from McFarlane himself that he has any plans of retiring this long-running title, Spawn continues to amaze and delight.
Spawn #300 (a 72-page deluxe) will continue the story arc from the previous issue, featuring new villain ‘The Rapture’. Written by McFarlane and Scott Snyder, who is one of the most celebrated Spawn writers of all-time, this will surely be a fantastic read. There are already 18 announced covers featuring artwork from McFarlane, Greg Capullo, Jason Shawn Alexander, and others. If you’re a Spawn collector, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.
As usual, keep your browser tuned here to see all of the announced and upcoming variant covers!
Written by Anthony Puleo
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Todd McFarlane Cover A
Todd McFarlane Black White Variant Cover B
Greg Capullo Variant Cover C
Greg Capullo Virgin Variant Cover D
Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo Variant Cover E
Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo Black White Variant Cover F
J Scott Campbell Variant Cover G
Jerome Opena Variant Cover H
Jason Shawn Alexander Variant Cover I
Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider Man 300 Homage Variant Cover J
Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo 1:25 Virgin Variant Cover K
Todd McFarlane 1:50 Virgin Variant Cover L
J Scott Campbell Virgin Variant Cover M
J Scott Campbell Black White Variant Cover N
Jerome Opena Virgin Variant Cover O
Jerome Opena Black White Variant Cover P
Blank Variant Cover Q
Todd McFarlane 2nd Printing Variant Cover
NYCC Silver Foil Variant Cover
NYCC Gold Foil Variant Cover
Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider Man 300 Homage 3rd Printing Variant Cover
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