Danny Miki

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The Spawn fandom is nearly nonexistent and it really bothers me. The series lead the dawning of an age where creators could independently own and copyright their own creations, and the Spawn license was used to innovate toys into being taken seriously, going from plastic playthings to posable, detailed collector’s items. The art was amazing and the story was a rather fresh premise that allowed it to go anywhere in time. It had a damn good animated series as well that was so violent it was on HBO at midnight.

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Variant Cover Showcase: 2/∞

  • Selected John Romita, Jr. (April 2016)
John Salvatore Romita professionally known as John Romita Jr. is an American comic book artist best known for his extensive work for Marvel Comics from the 1970s to the 2010s. He is often referred to as JRJR, the abbreviation of his name.

Variant Covers Used:
  • Batman #51 by John Romita, Jr. and Klaus Janson (Upper Left)
  • Batman/Superman #31 by John Romita, Jr. and Klaus Janson (Upper Middle)
  • Detective Comics #51 by John Romita, Jr. and Scott Hanna (Upper Right)
  • Grayson #19 by John Romita, Jr. and Danny Miki (Middle Left)
  • Red Hood/Arsenal #11 by John Romita, Jr. and Klaus Janson (Center)
  • Robin: Son of Batman #11 by John Romita, Jr. and Klaus Janson (Middle Right)
  • Teen Titans #19 by John Romita, Jr. and Danny Miki (Lower Left)
  • Titans Hunt #7 by John Romita, Jr. and Scott Hanna (Lower Middle)
  • We Are Robin #11 by John Romita, Jr. and Danny Miki (Lower Right)