Broken Trinity #1: Read The Full Issue

Thu, September 11th, 2008 at 11:59am PDT | Updated: September 11th, 2008 at 5:01pm

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CBR News Team, Editor

In anticipation of next week's release of "Broken Trinity" #2, Top Cow Productions is offering CBR readers the chance to catch up on this most important event miniseries by bringing you the complete, full issue of "Broken Trinity" #1 by writer Ron Marz and artists Stjepan Sejic and Phil Hester. The follow-up to last year's hit "First Born," Top Cow promises fans of Witchblade and The Darkness that "Broken Trinity" cannot be missed, so when you're through checking out this free first issue, don't forget to visit CBR's Image Comics forum to discuss "Broken Trinity" with fellow readers.

For more on "Broken Trinity," check out CBR's interview with writer Ron Marz.

Broken Trinity #1

(W) Ron Marz (A) Stjepan Sejic, Phji Hester (Cov) Stjepan Sejic, Dale Keown

In 2007, Top Cow unleashed First Born, hailed by critics as "a quality mini-series," "required reading" and "an epic adventure." That storyline changed the Top Cow Universe forever. But that was just the beginning.

Broken Trinity brings together the Witchblade, The Darkness and The Angelus once more, but this time the stakes are even higher as a new artifact is discovered, forever upsetting the balance of power. By the conclusion of the crossover, a major new player will be introduced into the Top Cow Universe, while at least one established character will be gone forever. The team of Marz and Sejic that dazzled you with First Born and their ongoing adventures on Witchblade is back to change the face of the Top Cow Universe one more time.

Also featuring part one of a stunning triptych variant cover by Dale Keown (Pitt).

Broken Trinity #1 kicks off a three-issue limited series, augmented by three, stand-alone, tie-in issues for Witchblade, The Darkness and The Angelus.

TAGS:  broken trinity, ron marz, stjepan sejic, witchblade, top cow

 
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