Image of the Day: Todd McFarlane's "Evolution of Spawn" Infographic

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Jan 30, 2015, 1:26 PM EST (Updated)

Todd McFarlane's Spawn erupted into the comic-book realm in the spring of 1992, as one of the newly hatched Image Comics' flagship titles.  Originally created and drawn by McFarlane, co-founder and president of Image, Spawn triggered a visceral reaction from adoring horror fans, who clamored for copies of the avenging demon's adventures.  To celebrate the release of Spawn #250 this month, McFarlane created this chart illustrating Spawn's costume design changes over the years from artists like himself, Greg Capullo, Angel Medina, Whilce Portacio, Brian Habelin and others.

From Medieval Spawn and World War II Spawn, to Spikey Spawn and She-Spawn, review these radical outfits filled with chains, spikes and gauntlets and tell us which costume is the hottest.  

To download this awesome Spawn poster, visit McFarlane's Flickr site here or further inspect an expanded version here.

(Via Geek Tyrant)