Spawn toy's back at Target??

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  1. dark69

    dark69 BlackArachnia Terrorize!

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    i was at target today and there was a lone "Spawn total chaos" figure from the 90's there! it was $14.99....are they having a come back?? i missed this news! anyone got any info on this?
     
  2. topnotch97

    topnotch97 Lexi Belle fan

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    dunno. but grab some employee and ask them to scan the item. if it says "Active" status, then you might be right.
     
  3. ZEGR

    ZEGR Well-Known Member

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    dont know about the toys but there is a new spawn movie thats in the works...the director will be the one from the animated series which is awesome
     
  4. Geof7609

    Geof7609 Brake Pioneer

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    It's most likely something that was found in a dark corner of the stockroom. I don't think even McFarlane cares much about Spawn anymore, unless you put him in a baseball jersey.
     
  5. dark69

    dark69 BlackArachnia Terrorize!

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    HAHAHA i'm with you on that he acts like he hates the thing that got him all his $$
     
  6. ersico

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    for real, i know i blew a ton on those figs....like what all the way from series one to like 20something..
     
  7. Phoenix Blaze

    Phoenix Blaze Brain Waster

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    I miss the Spawn lines........it hit a major peak with Series 24 then started to fizzle out and the last few lines were fairly lame compared to the past.

    The funny thing is, the website and general idea of "Spawn.com" no longer has anything to do with Spawn besides the odd picture update of the comics.
     
  8. Triple Melter

    Triple Melter come on fhqwhgads

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    That made me laugh. How long has the new season of the animated series been in the works? A decade?
     
  9. jorod74

    jorod74 Psycholagnist (Ret.)

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    i feel like an idiot. after buying Series 9 (the rubbery Manga figures) i should have stopped.
    but i kept on till about series 18.

    got rid of about 95% of my Spawn collection.
    and that is mostly Series 7 and older.

    for the man who boasted he would make a Hellspawn a household name like Superman, he failed in epic proportions.

    at least he's got his balls.
    (well, the 2 worthless HR record balls and his near useless ones he's been carrying since his company took a dive.)
     
  10. ErechOveraker

    ErechOveraker I'm with Plowking.

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    :lol  :lol  "in the works".
     
  11. ZEGR

    ZEGR Well-Known Member

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    im talking about a live action movie...not animated series
     
  12. ErechOveraker

    ErechOveraker I'm with Plowking.

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    I gathered. There has been a live action Spawn movie "in the works" since the day after the first one came out in theaters, almost 14 years ago. That kind of makes it hard to get really excited for any news about it nowadays, yeah? Especially when the director attached to it is well... whoever.

    Not gonna happen.
     
  13. Robogeek28

    Robogeek28 Who're you calling a geek?

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    Is Spawn even still around? I dropped the book around 9 years or so ago.
     
  14. Triple Melter

    Triple Melter come on fhqwhgads

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    I picked that up on DVD a couple of months ago, not sure why now. I guess cause the animated series was so good.
     
  15. mac&cheese

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    yeah i bought all of them from series 1 to 24 also. they took up all my wall space. so i sold all of them at a 80% loss just to rid myself of them.
     

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