Image Comics has unveiled the latest variant cover for Spawn's milestone 300th issue, this one by artist Jason Alexander.
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Image Comics has revealed J. Scott Campbell's variant cover for the landmark Spawn #300.
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Image Comics announces November, a graphic novel from Matt Fraction and Elsa Charretier.
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China's theme park featuring The Hunger Games revealed its opening in July.
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