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the first symptom of a cold is usually a sore throat. this is generally followed by sneezing or a blocked, sore or runny nose. usually, 1 in 3 people with a cold will get a cough and feel unwell.

colds are caused by viruses. antibiotics cannot treat viruses. instead, drink plenty of liquids to replace those lost from sweating and runny noses. get lots of rest and eat healthily. do not ask your gp for antibiotics for a cold.

you will usually feel worse during the first 2 to 3 days before gradually starting to improve. your symptoms will usually last about a week.

cold and flu symptoms are similar but flu tends to be more severe.


  • appears gradually
  • affects mainly your nose and throat
  • makes you feel unwell but you're ok to carry on as normal - for example, go to work


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  • appears quickly within a few hours
  • affects more than just your nose and throat
  • makes you feel exhausted and too unwell to carry on as normal

cold symptoms can include:

  • blocked or runny nose
  • sore throat
  • headaches
  • muscle aches
  • coughs
  • sneezing
  • a raised temperature
  • pressure in your ears and face
  • loss of taste and smell

the symptoms are the same in adults and children. sometimes, symptoms last longer in children.

causes of colds

colds are caused by viruses. they can easily spread to other people. you're infectious until all your symptoms have gone. this usually takes about a week.

colds are spread by germs from coughs and sneezes which can live on hands and surfaces for 24 hours.

to reduce the risk of spreading a cold you should:

  • wash your hands often with warm water and soap
  • cough into your elbow to stop germs getting on to your hands and spreading to other people
  • use tissues to trap germs when you cough or sneeze
  • bin used tissues as quickly as possible

how to prevent catching a cold

the best ways to avoid catching a cold are:

  • washing your hands with warm water and soap, especially before eating
  • not sharing towels or household items, like cups, with someone who has a cold
  • not touching your eyes or nose. you can infect your body if you've come into contact with the virus.
  • staying fit and healthy


I gotta admit...I love the 1990s comics! There was a lot of new and exciting stuff going on, with many new companies starting up and creating their own new books, with the boys at Image Comics leading the pack. One of the founding members of Image Comics was Todd McFarlane, who set records with his best-selling title Spawn. McFarlane was one of the most popular comic book creators at the time, and he wanted to see if it was possible to create another iconic character, with a massive merchandising line behind it. After a feature film, and animated series, video games, countless comic books & graphic novels, and more, he found a way to achieve his goal.

Then there's the toy line. Originally named "Todd Toys", this line included characters from the comic, as well as some original creations that started off as toys, and later became part of the story. Due to a "Todd" character from Mattel's Barbie line, Mattel feared there would be some confusion with the new company. So, a quick name change to "McFarlane Toys" came the following year.

Whatever the name, the toys themselves changed the entire toy industry. Although it's not immediately noticeable in this initial wave, the attention to detail in both the sculpting and the painting stages truly set these toys apart from the competition. After the SPAWN toys came out, other toy companies changed to match what was being done: the scale got a little bigger, the sculpting and painting improved, and even the packaging became much more elaborate over the years.

For this first wave, my then-roommate and I were instantly hooked. We hunted down each figure when we found them, and we had them on display throughout our apartment. While we didn't get into the playsets and vehicles, we loved the action figures. While each character has been updated (some of them several times!) over the subsequent years, here are the original versions of the line that started an empire.

Here's an action figure that has a crazy action feature: the body splits in half to allow the head to rotate around, changing from "Clown" to "Violator". The figure comes with a turkey leg (at least I HOPE that's a turkey can never tell with this guy!), but really the exciting part is just to make him change. A couple times, anyway...then it gets old.

Medieval Spawn
At the time this figure came out, he had yet to appear in the comics, so we kind of wondered just who the heck was this guy? He did appear in the comics eventually, revealing the long history of the Hellspawn characters. But at first, we didn't know much about him. The figure itself is pretty sweet, loaded with spiked armor and spinning shield, he just looked damn cool. p>

This cyborg soldier was created by Todd McFarlane and Rob Liefeld, during an interview with Stan Lee. There was a really cool video released showing it all go down, although the original name was "Overkill" in this guy had so much gear, it was totally could he even stand with those shoulder pads? Plus, there was already a character called "Overkill", so the name had to be changed (he was also referred to as "Overt-Kill"). The figure has a neat little feature: you can launch his head as a missile!

The main character himself, Spawn was a former assassin who made a deal with the devil (Malebolgia) to return to the love of his life. Of course, these things don't always go as planned (what kind of story would THAT make?) and if you read the comics, saw the movie or animated know the rest. Since this was the main character, it was a no-brainer that we'd pick him up right away. Although this was a much more smooth costume that we'd later see, you can still see the attention to detail here. The folding cape is a pretty cool feature as well, and there's a special support underneath so that the figure will stand up! The board-with-a-nail is a funny feature, since these types of accessories were pretty much unheard of back then.

Spawn ("Hamburger Head" variant)
As an added bonus, here's one of the many variants to the Spawn figure: the "Hamburger Head" version. This was really cool not only because it shows Spawn without his mask, but it's also a nice nod to the classic crossover comic book where Spawn crossed paths with Batman (who threw a batarang right smack into Spawn's face, forcing Spawn to use a old shoelace to sew it back up!) The regular comic series explained it away as Spawn getting shot up with bullets, but true fanboys know where it all went down!

Here's another cybernetic character that eventually appeared in the comics..but initially we wondered who was this guy? Sure, he looked cool, and his spring-loaded fist was fun for knocking over other figures, but without the backstory he just wasn't all that exciting. And you know what? He still isn't...

Now HERE's a character we loved! The Violator was one of the most insane characters in the comics. Proper anatomy be damned...this is a demon from Hell! He lived by his own rules, although of course he had to answer to the devil. This figure however....well, he left a lot to be desired. We'd eventually get a much better version, but this guy was kind of a disappointment. You could bend him every which way, and make some neat poses, but really...he could barely stand up and his action feature was goofy, when it worked. As an added insult, he's not even shown on the packaging (it's actually a small PVC figure shown in the photo)! Since I customized my original figure years ago, I had to get a new one for this feature, which is why this is the only figure shown carded today (one day I'll dig out my old cardbacks and comics).

So there you have it! As I said before, there have been a number of updates over the years for all of these figures, but this is the original line that started it all! And trust me when I say....we collected them all! (I'll get around to photographing them eventually, but since I've been shooting SPAWN figures recently, I thought it would be fun to showcase the first series.)

I'll be taking a few weeks off, but when I come back, we'll take a look at one of the classic toy lines that got me into collecting in the first place! See in a few weeks!

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McFarlane Toys

American Toy Company

McFarlane Toys, a subsidiary of Todd McFarlane Productions, is a company founded by comic book creator Todd McFarlane which makes highly detailed model figurines of characters from films, comics, popular music, video games and various sporting genres.


In 1994 Todd McFarlane was working with Mattel to produce action figures based on his comic book characters. When the two could not decide on how to make the toys to McFarlane's satisfaction, he reclaimed the toy rights to his characters and started his own toy company.[citation needed]

Originally dubbed "Todd's Toys," the name was changed in 1995 following pressure from Mattel, who feared that the new company's name would be confused with that of Barbie's younger brother.[1]

Production began with action figures based upon Todd McFarlane's Spawn comic series and has since grown to feature a large number of licensed property lines including The Simpsons and "Movie Maniacs" (which features numerous famous horror icons such as Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, The Terminator, Leatherface, and The Thing), as well as other characters and lines like basketball, hockey and baseball legends, along with characters from video games such as Soulcalibur, Onimusha, and Metal Gear Solid. Other media such as story book characters from Where the Wild Things Are have been represented.[2]

The company has produced original works, giving a grotesque twist to fairy tale stories such as The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and historical figures. McFarlane has collaborated with artists like Clive Barker (on Tortured Souls) and H.R. Giger to produce other original figures.[1]

Spawn figures[edit]

The first line of Spawn toys ever produced was released in 1994 and consisted of six figures, the hero Spawn and his medieval counterpart (aptly named Medieval Spawn) with Tremor and the villains Violator, Overt-Kill, and Clown, as well as a Spawn Alley Playset, the Spawnmobile and the Violator Monster Rig. They were notably different from the toys common on shelves at the time because of their level of detail in both sculpting and painting. Other toys utilized only a few colors painted in general areas (a single "flesh tone" for the face, etc.) and were tacked to cardboard backs. McFarlane's figures had individual items such as spikes, teeth, claws, and buttons painted individually and packaged encased by hard plastic which surrounded both the figure and blister card, making them more suitable collectors items. Each toy in the first line came with a regular-sized comic (although with fewer pages than the standard 22), which were individualized to the character.[1]

The series would include alternate time periods and different takes on the classic characters with Series 10, 20[3] and 30[4] showing homage to the core characters of the books.[citation needed]

Prototypes for Series 35 were revealed in 2008 but the series was cancelled before its release. Series 36[5] was also teased at SDCC 2008 but was also cancelled. Some of the teased series 36 figures were later released at statues.[6] and was called "Robot Wars". It refers to a villainous Mechanoid Army.[7]

Anime figures[edit]

McFarlane Toys has produced licensed figures based on various Japanese anime and manga properties. Series McFarlane have merchandised include Akira, Tenchi Muyo, Tokyo Ghoul, Attack on Titan[8] and Naruto Shippuden.[9] In 2019, it was announced that the company had also gained the rights to create figures based on One-Punch Man and My Hero Academia.[10]

Horror figures[edit]

McFarlane had been a long-time fan of the horror genre and decided to produce his own perspective on the classic monsters with the "Todd McFarlane's Monsters Playsets" line in 1997.[11]

McFarlane continued the idea of generating new versions of classic stories and characters, releasing a shocking line subtitled "Twisted Land of Oz" in 2003, which featured vicious or sadistic versions of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz characters created by L. Frank Baum.[1]

In 2004, the third series, subtitled 6 Faces of Madness, used historical killers and madmen as its theme, generating vividly detailed figurines of the 5th-century conqueror Attila the Hun, American "Wild West" gunslinger Billy the Kid, the "mad monk" Rasputin, the British serial killerJack the Ripper, the Hungarian "Blood Queen" Elizabeth Bathory, and the real-life inspiration for Dracula, Vlad the Impaler.[1]

The fourth series featured Twisted Fairy Tales. The figures were of classic children’s stories, including Peter Pumpkin-Eater, Hansel & Gretel, Little Miss Muffet, Humpty Dumpty, & Red Riding Hood, and incorporated many of the gory elements that consumers had come to expect from McFarlane, but with a sense of ironic humor.[citation needed]

Series 5 featured McFarlane's Twisted Christmas. Like the previous series, the figures all are twisted variations of Christmas, including a hunchback and obese Santa Claus who hides a lifeless skull under a gasmask-like headpiece and wears contraptions on his hands similar to the glove of Freddy Krueger.[12]

Movie Maniacs[edit]

In 1998 McFarlane introduced the Movie Maniacs line of figures. Series One began as a line of horror and science fiction based figures that had been licensed from influential and financially successful horror films such as A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th.[citation needed]

The second series of figures expanded the character base for the line into the realms of cult and action cinema, with a figure based on the title character to The Crow. Series three would further push the boundaries of character selection into fantasy, with Edward Scissorhands, straight action with Shaft, and back into cult/sci-fi with Escape from L.A..[citation needed]

These conventions would continue, with character selections in future series frequently containing a mix of many, or even all of these various film genres, much to the chagrin of a small section of fans and collectors who, incorrectly, saw the line as being meant to be horror specific.[1]

Music figures[edit]

McFarlane Toys did not solely limit itself to creating figures based on Todd McFarlane's creations. Rather it branched out into other forms of media, capitalizing on the popularity of famous rock musicians with the release of figures based on the rock legends KISS in 1997. The number of music figures produced by the company continued to grow in number, diversity, and quality in the following years as they acquired the action figure rights to famous properties such as the Beatles, Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, Slash, Iron Maiden's mascot Eddie, Jimi Hendrix, Freddie Mercury and Elvis Presley.[1]


Main article: KISS action figures

In 1997, action figures were part of an overall marketing deal between McFarlane Toys and the rock bandKISS, with both toys and comic books based on their album Psycho Circus.[13] Release of new KISS products from McFarlane continues to the present day.[citation needed]

The Beatles[edit]

The second musical property that McFarlane released was based on the Beatles, featuring figures of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr as they appeared in their 1968 animated filmYellow Submarine, as well as their appearance in the 1965 ABC cartoon show also titled The Beatles.[13] Despite three figure series based on cartoon versions of the band (two incarnations of the Yellow Submarine figures in 1996 and 2004), no figures of the real-life band members have been created by McFarlane Toys.[1]

Sports figures[edit]

McFarlane Toys reflects Todd McFarlane's love of sports in its creations of popular figures from all five major North American sports (baseball, football, basketball, hockey and stock car racing). The company has official licensing rights to the major professional leagues of all of these sports, and began this line, officially known as McFarlane Sports Picks, in 2001.[13]

Television figures[edit]

In January 2007, McFarlane Toys announced plans for a line of 24 action figures.[1] Other series figures have included Lost and The Walking Dead.[14][15] In 2015, McFarlane toys launched a line of construction sets based on HBO's popular Game of Thrones TV series,[16] followed by a line of 6" action figures to be released in 2019.[17] The company also produces action figures based on the Netflix series Stranger Things.[18]

The McKenzie Brothers[edit]

Released in September 2000, the figures were based on the characters of SCTV and Strange Brew fame, Bob and Doug McKenzie. Originally portrayed by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, respectively. The figures were sold separately and each came with half of the diorama from the Great White North set. Each had a sound chip with famous lines from the film and various extras to complete the scene.[19]

The Simpsons[edit]

In 2005, McFarlane acquired the rights held by rival manufacturer Playmates Toys to produce figures based on the popular Fox TV series The Simpsons.[13]

Star Trek[edit]

In 2017, McFarlane Toys inked a deal to produce action figures and role play items based on the popular Star Trek franchise.[20] Controversy ensued when the company's Star Trek Discoveryphaser toy was cancelled just months before its scheduled release date. In a statement, McFarlane Toys said that the product was cancelled due to disagreements regarding the safety regulations around toy guns in the United States.[21] The first action figures were released in early 2019, with James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard serving as the inaugural entries in the line while the next figures Michael Burnham and Spock is in production.[citation needed]

Video game figures[edit]

McFarlane Toys has produced a number of products based on video games, including Metal Gear Solid, Soulcalibur II (The Xbox version of which featured McFarlane's own Spawn as a guest character), Halo, Five Nights at Freddy's, Call of Duty, Destiny, Cuphead, Borderlands and Assassin's Creed. In 2018, McFarlane Toys launched a series of Fortnite action figures, which differed greatly from the company's previous figures (which were often statue-like and had very limited movement) by including at least 18 points of articulation each.[22] The toys proved very popular, and Todd McFarlane later announced that the increased articulation scheme would become standard in the company's product from then on, including their upcoming line of Mortal Kombat 11 figures.[23]

Other figures[edit]

DC Multiverse[edit]

At the tail end of 2018, news broke that Mattel had lost the rights to create figures based on the characters of the DC Universe to Spin Master Studios after 15 years of producing DC merchandise.[24] In February 2019, it was announced that McFarlane Toys had secured the rights to create 6"-12" collector figures based on the various comic books, movies, cartoons, live-action TV shows and video games featuring DC's characters. Dubbed DC Multiverse, the line will be aimed at adult collectors, in contrast to the all-ages oriented DC toys produced by Spin Master.[25] In a subsequent interview with IGN, Todd McFarlane confirmed that the new figures will target the same collectors who bought other 6" superhero toy lines, such as Mattel's DC Universe Classics or Hasbro's Marvel Legends.[26] He also revealed that the figures will use the new articulation system first seen in the company's Fortnite toys, meaning that they will all include between 18 and 24 points of articulation.[27]

McFarlane's Dragons[edit]

McFarlane's Dragons are a line of action figures which were launched in 2005 under the "Horror, Fantasy and Sci-Fi Action Figures" section of McFarlane Toys. These figures were released biannually.[1]

This set features several highly detailed six inch dragon action figures and a slightly larger and more expansive "boxed set" figure. For the first five series, the figures were broken into these clans: Eternal Dragon Clan, Fire Dragon Clan, Komodo Dragon Clan, Sorcerer's Dragon Clan, Water Dragon Clan, and Berserker Clan. Series Six includes new clans: Fossil Dragon Clan, Hunter Dragon Clan, Ice Dragon Clan, Scavenger Dragon Clan, and Warrior Dragon Clan. In addition to these highly detailed dragons, McFarlane released a part of the dragon's history with each dragon set; some had a piece of the story with each dragon, and some had whole chunks of the story in one boxed set.[28]

McFarlane's Military[edit]

The company launched a "toy soldier" range in 2005 with McFarlane's Military. The figures did not depict actual people so much as it did their professions, named simply by their job descriptions, such as "Army Ranger" or "Navy SEAL." All were of stern-looking males in full military gear, with highly detailed weapons and accessories modeled after the exact materials each soldier would be carrying in real life.[1]

Where the Wild Things Are[edit]

In 2000, McFarlane Toys produced figures based on Maurice Sendak's classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are. Figures include Max, Goatboy (packaged together), Moishe, Emil, Bernard, Aaron and Tzippy. Each character was sculpted with the same crosshatch style from Sendak's original illustrations.[citation needed]

DC Direct License[edit]

On July 27, 2021, McFarlane Toys announced that it would take over management of any remaining DC Direct inventory and that it would continue to make statues, busts, and other collectibles (such as action figures) in DC Direct's previous merchandise lines. The company anticipates releasing new products in 2022.[29]


A number of McFarlane's figures have attracted criticism and led to boycotts for the subject matter they depict, such as Death Row Marv, which depicts the central character from the graphic novel Sin City in the electric chair, which includes a toggle switch that allows the user to "execute" the character, who shakes and speaks as if being electrocuted when the switch is flipped.[30] Others, such as the company's Austin Powers action figure, were criticized for risque language in their sound chips and packaging.[31]

See also[edit]


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  4. ^Benitez, Tina (October 1, 2006). "Spawn at 30". Playthings – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.
  5. ^"2008 SDCC Day 1: McFarlane Toys w/Images".
  6. ^"SPAWN SERIES 35: ROBOT WARS". Archived from the original on 29 July 2008.
  7. ^McMillian, Graeme (23 August 2008). "Our New Front In The War On Hell: Giant Robots".
  8. ^"TOY FAIR 2016: McFarlane Explains Why Spawn Still Drives His Toy Line, New Licenses". CBR. February 16, 2016.
  9. ^"ICv2 Interview: Todd McFarlane on his Anime/Manga Line".
  10. ^"McFarlane Toys Previews 'My Hero Academia', 'One-Punch Man', and 'Naruto' Figures". Anime.
  11. ^Szadkowski, Joseph (June 6, 1998). "A Specter, a Monster and a Tank". The Washington Times.[dead link]
  12. ^Motihar, Jhilmil (August 25, 2008). "Customer care ; These entrepreneurs are giving the city's retail landscape an adventurous twist". India Today  – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.
  13. ^ abcdNatale, Tony (January 27, 2005). "Tempe-based McFarlane Toys to develop action figures based on film". The Tribune – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Mesa, AZ. Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.
  14. ^Schneider, Michael (May 23, 2006). "Go figure: losties turn up as toys". Daily Variety – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Hollywood, CA. Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.
  15. ^Szadkowski, Joseph (November 1, 2012). "Ghoulish 'Walking Dead,' Phantom Figures". The Washington Times. Washington, DC.[dead link]
  16. ^"Game of Thrones Holiday Gifts: McFarlane Construction Sets". November 27, 2015.
  17. ^"McFarlane Toys Gets Game of Thrones Action Figure License". The Toyark - News. October 2, 2018.
  18. ^Squires, John (February 16, 2018). "McFarlane Shows Off New "Stranger Things" Figures Including Punk Eleven".
  19. ^Szadkowski, Joseph (February 26, 2000). "Stars Come out to Plug Their Wares at Toy Fair". The Washington Times. Washington, DC.[dead link]
  20. ^Staff, TrekMovie com. "McFarlane Toys Inks Deal For Star Trek, Including 'Discovery' [UPDATED]".
  21. ^"McFarlane Toys Explains DISCOVERY Phaser Cancellations". June 8, 2018.
  22. ^"First Wave of Fortnite Figures from McFarlane Toys Revealed - IGN" – via
  23. ^"Toy Fair 2019 - McFarlane Toys Video Game Figures". The Toyark. February 17, 2019.
  24. ^"Mattel Stocks Plummet in Wake of Losing DC License to Spin Master - The Beat". 2018-12-31. Retrieved 2019-12-31.
  25. ^"McFarlane Toys Gets DC Comics License". The Toyark - News. February 12, 2019.
  26. ^"Todd McFarlane Teases the Future of DC Toys and Collectibles - IGN" – via
  27. ^"Todd McFarlane Confirms His DC Comics Figures Will Include Movies and TV". DC.
  28. ^Szadkowski, Joseph (April 2, 2005). "Justice League Heroes, Fire-Breathing Berserker". The Washington Times. Washington, DC.[dead link]
  29. ^"McFarlane Toys Reveals New Deal with DC Direct".
  30. ^Turner, Allan (August 31, 2000). "Toy Action Figure With Electric Chair Draws Criticism". Knight Ridder Tribune Business News  – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Washington, DC. Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.
  31. ^Hyman, Julie (June 23, 1999). "Atlanta Mother Wants 'Risque' Austin Powers Dolls Out of Toy Store". Knight Ridder Tribune Business News  – via HighBeam Research(subscription required). Washington, DC. Archived from the original on September 21, 2014.

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