Spawn creator Todd McFarlane is returning to Spider-Man for the first time in 27 years, drawing the wallcrawler alongside Spawn for a new cover to this year's Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.
McFarlane tweeted the cover, seen here:
This is a momentous occasion in Comic Book History! It’s been 27 years since I left @Marvel Comics and drew Spider-Man professionally. But for the first time ever, Spawn and Spider-man, TOGETHER! #spawn #spiderman #overstreetguide #comics pic.twitter.com/Og0Xk2bxgC— Todd McFarlane (@Todd_McFarlane) February 27, 2020
McFarlane is known for redefining Spider-Man's look for the 90s, including making his mask's eyes much larger, pushing his anatomy in increasingly strange ways, drawing more elaborate webs, and darkening the blue portions of Spidey's suit. He last drew the character in 1991's Spider-Man #14 after launching that title as both writer and artist.
McFarlane exited Spider-Man to co-found Image Comics where he created Spawn, still running more than 300 issues later.
This is the first time McFarlane has drawn Spawn and Spider-Man together.
The cover will grace the 50th volume of the Overstreet Price Guide, expected for release in July.