IGN writes: "As the creator of Spawn and through his work with Marvel, Todd McFarlane is renowned the world over as a comic book artist, writer, animator, and even toy designer. However, in 2006 the busy entrepreneur added another title to his already impressive resume when it was announced that he would serve as art director for 38 Studios, the development house founded by avid gamer and Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling. While 38 Studios is busy working on its yet-to-be-revealed game, we had a chance to speak with McFarlane. And while he couldn't talk about the upcoming game, which is due out in 2010 right now, he did hint at what he was working on.
When it comes to making games, McFarlane noted that he's "the dumb guy in the room" as it's a relatively new experience for him. With that said, he uses his relative inexperience to his advantage, as he feels he can ask questions that might seem obvious. One of his main goals is to make sure that the fantastical creatures that the team designs look and move in a manner that seems logical and realistic."