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Christopher Sebela & Niko Walter will team for "Demonic," based on a concept originally introduced in 2010 by Robert Kirkman & Marc Silvestri.
Marc Silvestri + Jim Lee + Star Trek + Halloween = Awesome!
Marc Silvestri lent his talents to a new variant for Frank Miller's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1, seen here in color and black and white.
As "Witchblade" comes to a close, co-creator and Top Cow CEO Marc Silvestri looks back on Sara Pezzini's legacy with writers Ron Marz and Tim Seeley.
Top Cow announced the launch of the "September Mourning" Kickstarter, Stjepan Sejic's "Switch" and a new series from "Postal" writer Bryan Hill.
The Top Cow property will arrive on the digital comic service with new installments written by Matt Hawkins.
In advance of Comic-Con International, CBR has exclusive news from Top Cow Productions, including the end -- for now -- of "Witchblade." UPDATED with confirmation of "Rat Queens" departure from Stjepan Sejic.
Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri will co-executive produce the series from "NCIS: Los Angeles" showrunner Shane Brennan.
Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins and a panel of Top Cow creators teased new crowdfunding imprint "Top Cow Discover" and more.
Top Cow dishes out Ron Marz & Laura Braga's "Witchblade" anniversary issue, Marc Silvestri's "Rise of the Magi" #1 and Alex Kot's new "The Darkness" one-shot.
In case you missed it yesterday during FCBD, Top Cow has provided CBR with the complete "Rise of the Magi" #0 by Marc Silvestri & Sumeyye Kesgin.
Image & Top Cow have released a preview for Marc Silvestri and Sumeyye Kesgin's Free Comic Book Day offering, "Rise of the Magi" #0.
Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri discusses his experience breaking into comics, his time as an altar boy and his upcoming series "Rise of the Magi."
Marc Silvestri brings a world of magicians, sorcerers, thieves and killers to life in "Rise of the Magi," his new ongoing series from Top Cow Productions.
With a new "Wolverine" #1 on sale, CSBG examines Wolverine's first gimmick cover, 1991's "Wolverine" #50, to determine if it was good or just a gimmick.
Next week, the Image partner launches their second Talent Hunt, seeking aspiring writers and artists. CBR News talked to Matt Hawkins about the competition. Plus, an exclusive first look at this year's rules.
Top Cow founder and fan-favorite artist Marc Silvestri discusses the first arc of his successful Kickstarter-funded "Cyber Force" revival and what fans can expect from the initiative moving forward.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR has exclusive previews of Brian Wood, Ming Doyle & Jordie Bellaire's "Mara" #4, plus "Cyber Force" #4 and "Miniature Jesus" #1. All three issues go on sale April 17.
Top Cow creator Marc Silvestri and President and COO Matt Hawkins talk about everything from naming the company to celebrating the 20 year anniversary with the return of "Cyber Force."
Founder Marc Silvestri and President/COO Matt Hawkins spoke with CBR about the last twenty years of Top Cow, from the partner studio's initial formation to the early days at Image and the creation of Witchblade and the Darkness.
Top Cow has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Cyber Force" #1, Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins and Khoi Pham's reboot of the popular team title. The first issue hits stores October 17, for free!
At Comic-Con International, Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins and Ron Marz spoke about the future of Top Cow in comics, music, the web and film, and announced a new partnership with Mark Waid's Thrillbent website.
"The Image Revolution" director/producer Patrick Meaney, producer Jordan Rennert and Image co-founder Marc Silvestri discuss the documentary which focuses on the rise, fall and rebirth of Image Comics.
Mark Silvestri and Matt Hawkins explained to retailers their thinking behind the Kickstarter-funded, free to readers "Cyber Force" relaunch, and why Top Cow is uploading it to torrent sites themselves.
The Image Comics founders united for a panel at Comic-Con International to look at the creator-owned publishing company's impact on the industry and where they're headed in the future.
Top Cow Productions' President and Chief Operating Officer Matt Hawkins discusses "Cyber Force" and its Kickstarter component, talent searches and this year's Pilot Season.
Augie asks the questions he hopes to hear answers to about Marc Silvestri's Kickstarter campaign before offering up a suggested walking route for your San Diego experience this week. You'll need help
Top Cow President and COO Matt Hawkins spoke exclusively with CBR News to explain exactly how the Kickstarter-funded "Cyber Force" relaunch will work, the tiered rewards for donors and the Cow's ultimate goal.
Marc Silvestri has announced a new "Cyber Force" series from Top Cow, with the Image Comics studio offering every issue in both digital and print free of charge beginning with October's issue #1.
CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new Image Comics titles - Robert Kirkman and Brian Stelfreeze's "Hardcore" and "Dancer" #1 by Nathan Edmondson and Nic Klein!
The Image Comics partner and Top Cow founder spoke candidly in Seattle about his past and future, and the behind-the-scenes story of where all those Image character names came from.
Image Comics and Top Cow have provided CBR with an exclusive preview of David Hine and Jeremy Haun's "Darkness" #101. The next chapter of Top Cow Rebirth hits March 21.
Top Cow CEO Marc Silvestri hopes to continue "The Darkness" video game saga of Jackie Estacado and teased the possible expansion of the Top Cow video game universe.
Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri spoke with CBR about twenty years of comics, games and more, from the success of "The Darkness" and "Witchblade" to the future of the Top Cow Universe and beyond.
Marc Silvestri, Filip Sablik and Matt Hawkins answered questions and revealed new projects fans can look forward to in 2012, including a Darkness-themed Colt handgun, the future of the Top Cow Universe and more.
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners—sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman—discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."