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Top Cow's "Genius" is getting a sequel and CBR has the exclusive first interview with co-writers Marc Bernardin & Adam Freeman.
Viz products carried by 64% of Diamond accounts! Anthony Del Col talks "Kill Shakespeare"! Marc Bernardin on "Genius," and race in comics! Plus more!
Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins and a panel of Top Cow creators teased new crowdfunding imprint "Top Cow Discover" and more.
What do you call a teenage girl with a brilliant military mind who manages to assert control over three blocks of South Central L.A.? A "Genius."
Top Cow gives readers a look into Adam Freeman, Marc Bernardin & Afua Richardson's long-awaited "Genius" miniseries, on sale weekly this August.
Teddy Kristiansen, the artist behind "Genius" and "It's a bird..." and creator of "The Re[a]d Diary" tells CBR about collaborating with Steven T. Seagle, their new book "Mercury" and more.
"Genius" creators Steven T. Seagle & Teddy Kristiansen continue to experiment with their new book "Mercury," in which Kristiansen draws pages and panels out of sequence and Seagle reassembles them.
Writer Steven T. Seagle spoke with CBR about the importance of the "small" things in "Genius," his latest original, semi-autobiographical graphic novel with frequent collaborator, artist Teddy Kristiansen.
The Editorial Director of First Second Books, Mark Siegel, tells CBR News about publishing his first graphic novel, "Sailor Twain," and discusses the publisher's plans for 2013.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Genius" #1 by Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman and Afua Richardson, featured in the "Top Cow First Look" collection on sale October 6 for $4.99.
CBR News talks to writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman about “Genius,” one of the winners of Top Cow’s 2008 Pilot Season competition that will return in 2009 as a new ongoing series.
Top Cow Productions has announced the winners of Pilot Season 2008 are "Twilight Guardian" by Troy Hickman & Reza and "Genius" by Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman and Afua Richardson.
Things went well as five comics made the jump and two more easily could have, while even Wheelie makes something of himself, Logan deals with the Hulk's grandkids and one Chimera tries to become somebody.