Spawn has officially joined the Mortal Kombat universe, and his action figure was revealed officially this past weekend. We ran a review of the figure here in case you missed it. He was initially available at select Walmarts in person on Sunday. Now he is available online via Gamestop.com for pre-order, with a pick up/ship date of 2 days from now, so no long waits. He should be hitting Amazon.com soon as well, we’ll update when that happens. Hit the link above to grab your copy!
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A figure I’ve been waiting for years to get a hold of is finally in-hand! That being – a modern, articulated, bad ass representation of SPAWN. To celebrate the arrival of Spawn to the Mortal Kombat universe this weekend at the eSports tournament Final Kombat – McFarlane Toys have made a version of Spawn in figure form. They are also doing the mainline Mortal Kombat 11 collector figures so he’s technically the MK11 version of him. All in all though, it’s a pretty faithful representation of modern SPAWN so he can easily slide into your collection regardless of your MK11 interest.
Of note – Todd McFarlane will be at Final Kombat this weekend for the official drop of Spawn in the game.
That’s not all folks! Todd McFarlane (who recently broke the Guinness World Record with SPAWN for the “longest-running creator-owned superhero comic book series”) has been invited as a special guest to attend Final Kombat 2020, the championship finale of the Mortal Kombat 11 Pro Kompetition esports series. This is where the top Mortal Kombat 11 players from around the world will compete on March 8 at Chicago’s historic Park West Theater for their share of the $100,000 prize pool.
The Final Kombat event programming will feature an exclusive first look of the Mortal Kombat 11 Official SPAWN Gameplay Trailer and an appearance by actor Keith David, who is the voice of Spawn in Mortal Kombat 11.
At Final Kombat, fans will have the opportunity to order the McFarlane Toys SPAWN Mortal Kombat Action Figure, as well as have their favorite figures and comics signed at a FREE-FAN SIGNING! There will also be a SPAWN themed photo-booth for fans to take pictures commemorating their on-site experience.
Final Kombat will be livestreamed globally across all Mortal Kombat 11 channels, including Twitch (NetherRealm), YouTube (Mortal Kombat), Mixer (NetherRealm), Twitter (@MortalKombat), Facebook (@MortalKombat) and Steam (Mortal Kombat 11).
As a special treat, Spawn will be available early exclusively at Walmart on March 8th. McFarlane Toys even shared a list of the stores that will be carrying it here. He’ll be available everywhere else on March 13th.
We’ve run him and all 6 other Mortal Kombat 11 figures including the recently released Raiden and Johnny Cage from McFarlane Toys through a big gallery session after the break. Read on to check it all out, including some additional thoughts on SPAWN!
Spawn is making a comeback from McFarlane Toys. At Toy Fair 2020, they showed their new 7″ scale Mortal Kombat 11 Spaw. They also brought out some of their older figure (for display only) to announce an all-new fully upgraded Spawn. They will be doing a Kickstarter-style crowdfunding event for that figure to gauge interest. they will release details of that later.
Todd McFarlane has shared a few photos of the upcoming McFarlane Toys – Spawn 7″ Scale Figure, based on his appearance in Mortal Kombat 11. the figure is coming to stores in March. Spawn stands 7″ tall with about 22 points of articulation. He includes a plastic cape and a sword. It will be priced at $19.99. Check out the new photos after the jump.
New details have been released by McFarlane Toys.
The SPAWN Mortal Kombat action figure is an incredibly detailed 7″ scale figure designed with 22 points of ultra-articulation and can achieve full range posing. The figure would not be complete without a base and SPAWN Sword accessory. Find the SPAWN Mortal Kombat action figure exclusively at 400 Walmart stores and online Walmart.com on March 8th for immediate purchase! Spawn will be available for purchase at Target, Gamestop and online on Amazon starting March 13th. MSRP: $19.99.
A magazine scan from the latest edition of Previews Magazine gives us our first look at an all-new Spawn 7″ Scale Figure coming from McFarlane Toys. Strangely enough, the figure is not based on any of his comic looks. It is modeled after his upcoming appearance in Mortal Kombat 11. The image comes courtesy of Action Features. Solicitations should be going out soon, as Previews has added a placeholder listing for the figure, which will be priced at $19.99.
I’ve cleaned up the scan a bit, to make it easier to see the details. Check it out after the jump. I will share more info and images as they become available.
Time for a walk down memory lane with a true Throwback Thursday gallery here at Toyark! Today we are going to take a look a wide selection of McFarlane Toys Spawn figures. With all the talk of sculpt and paint in our modern action figures, I kept running into shots of Spawn figs around the internets and thought, man those can hold their own today. So I set out on a mission to acquire the ones I thought were fire. The ones I chose go back as far as 1996, though most are in the early-mid 2000s. McFarlane was never known for articulation, and I knew that going in. These are poseable statues, at their best. They look great on a shelf bundled together, and the sculpt/paint combo on them all is top notch. They also photograph super well, very fun to play around with that way as you’ll see inside.
I had just started my goal of figuring out what was what, finding and buying them when Todd McFarlane himself dropped a nugget in an interview saying they are going back to their roots, doing more Spawn figures, Tortured Souls, Movie Maniacs. These were all awesome lines, and many pieces still hold up. So the timing couldn’t be better for this retrospective. Read on to check out over 75 HD images of the Spawn figures I think still kick ass today!
Back in late 2016 McFarlane Toys dropped the first new Spawn figure in years. It was a 7 inch Color Tops version of Spawn in his classic get up titled Spawn Rebirth. It had limited articulation but a fantastic sculpt and paint. Fast forward almost a year and their next entry into the new Spawn figureverse is here, Commando Spawn. Color Tops may be done as a name, but the 7 inch scale figures with minimal to average articulation are still going strong. Commando Spawn does indeed have more articulation than the previous one, but it is still a static pose base sculpt with articulation added in after the fact. Accepting that for what it is, it is another excellent piece. Sculpt is again top notch, paint is again superb – on both versions. Along with the base Commando Spawn, there is a variant Scorched Earth version which has a weathered bronze statue vibe. We have both of these in hand, read on to check out over 85 HD pictures of them in action after the break!
A new Spawn figure has been revealed by McFarlane Toys. The Commando Spawn joins the Color Tops Collection this Fall. Commando Spawn will have over 12 points of articulation, stand about 7″ tall and will include multiple weapons. It will be priced at $19.99. Check out the details from McFarlane Toys:
Now saluting his 25th anniversary of revolutionizing the toy and comic industries alike, comic book legend Todd McFarlane deploys his Commando Spawn 7-inch figure with assault rifle, pistol, and sniper rifle accessories! The highly-detailed Commando Spawn figure also comes painted in 2 rare variant colors, metallic gold and silver to honor his years of service in the toy aisle.
- Comic adaptation translated into a spectacular 3D figure
- Figure contains 12+ points of articulation, and brand specific stylized display base
- Figure comes with assault rifle, sniper rifle and pistol
- Sculpted in his signature black and white Spawn costume, complete with his iconic red cape and spiked gauntlets
- Includes rare *Bronze painted special edition chase figure
At Toy Fair 2017, we got a look at a number of new figures and licenses from McFarlane Toys. We see the continuation of their Color Tops Collection, as well as 7″ scale figures who do not come in Color Tops style packaging. We also have some replicas, 10″ Deluxe Figures and more. Also, fans of articulation are in luck. Our on site crew spent some time with the McFarlane reps. While the current slate of figures have 5 to 8 points of articulation, the next slate of new licenses and ongoing figures will get a significant bump. Due to vocal fan feedback (they confirmed this), they are upping their 7″ scale articulation to between 12 and 16 points as originally intended with Color Tops. There are still a few of the current style to hit, but after those, the articulation will be noticeably boosted.
- Tiny Tina
- Handsome Jack
Gears of War 4 (Color Tops)
- Marcus Fenix
- Kait Diaz
- JD Fenix
- Del Walker
Titanfall 2 (Color Tops)
- 10″ Deluxe BT-7274
Mass Effect Andromeda
- Sara Ryder
- Scott Ryder
- 10″ Deluxe Lord Saladin
- Vault of Glass Titan
- King’s Fall Warlock
- Iron Banner Hunter
- Gjallarwing Deluxe Box Set
- Iron Gjallarhorn Replica
- Jareth the Goblin King
Spawn (Color Tops)
- Rebirth Spawn
- Commando Spawn
- Rebirth Spawn – Hamburger Head
The Walking Dead
- 10″ Deluxe Negan
- 5″ Negan and Glenn Box Set
- Bloody Lucile Bat Replica
Attack on Titan
- Eren Jaeger
- Mikasa Ackerman
- Ken Kaneki
One Punch Man
McFarlane Color Tops are the company’s current line of figures, featuring characters from all different properties that McFarlane Toys own or have licenses for. They’re 7 Inch scale, intricately sculpted and painted and come with a base. Each wave is packaged in a different color topped box making it easy to find on the shelves. While many will focus on The Walking Dead, Assassin’s Creed and others, the one I was most looking forward to since Toy Fair was Spawn. I was a casual collector of Spawn figures in the late 90s and early 00s. I rocked that HBO series like no one’s business. So, now that I’ve hit a point where I am collecting multiple lines and have space to display all this stuff, it was time to get some Spawn back on the shelf! Number 10 for the Color Tops series is the Spawn Rebirth figure, he’s the first Spawn figure to release in over a decade. We have him in hand, let’s take a look along with some additional thoughts after the break!