Todd McFarlane first broke into the comic-book industry in the mid- to late 1980s as an illustrator for DC and Marvel on Batman and The Amazing Spider-Man. From the beginning, he was highly regarded for his obsession with detail. That obsession, though, led to creative differences in 1991 with Marvel, which considered some of his imagery for Spider-Man too violently graphic. By 1992, McFarlane had launched his own imprint, which he used as a...Continue Reading