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Perils of Pryde - Portfolio Plate artwork (Magneto),Todd McFarlane by Todd McFarlane - Illustration

Perils of Pryde - Portfolio Plate artwork (Magneto),Todd McFarlane

Pub. art of McFarlane...
Art of McFarlane pub. portfolio


First published as print in the limited X-Men Portfolio by Todd McFarlane titled ''the Perils Of Pryde''!...... the portfolio showing 4 prints with Wolverine, Magneto, & Kitty Pryde!......Perils of Pryde portfolio is published 1984 and the artworks are early commissioned works by McFarlane..................the Magneto and Kitty artwork illustration is also published in ''the Art of Todd McFarlane book''.........amazing to notice McFarlane's way from amateur artist to this comic artist legend!......

About Todd McFarlane

Todd McFarlane is a Canadian-American comic book creator and entrepreneur, best known for his work on The Amazing Spider-Man and the horror-fantasy series Spawn. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, McFarlane became a comic book superstar due to his work on Marvel Comics' Spider-Man franchise, on which he was the artist to draw the first full appearances of the supervillain Venom. In 1992, he helped form Image Comics, pulling the occult anti-hero character Spawn from his high school portfolio and updating him for the 1990s. Spawn was a popular hero in the 1990s and encouraged a trend in creator-owned comic book properties. Since leaving inking duties on Spawn with issue No. 70 (February 1998), McFarlane has illustrated comic books less often, focusing on entrepreneurial efforts, such as McFarlane Toys and Todd McFarlane Entertainment, a film and animation studio. In September 2006, it was announced that McFarlane would be the Art Director of the newly formed 38 Studios, formerly Green Monster Games, founded by major league baseball pitcher Curt Schilling. McFarlane used to be a co-owner of the National Hockey League's Edmonton Oilers before selling his shares to Daryl Katz. He is also a high-profile collector of record-breaking baseballs.

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