Friday, February 29, 2008


Top Cow has provided Newsarama with a first look at March's Witchblade #116, the first issue in the new Ron Marz/Stjepan Sejic run. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Marc Silvestri Is the Guest of Honor at Wizard World LA

WIZARD: What makes Wizard World different from other conventions?
SILVESTRI: Wizard World seems to be able to key in on the community aspect of comics better than most. They really promote the idea that pros and fans belong to one big clubhouse where no one is excluded. Wizard wants to make sure everyone has a great experience and it shows. I think both the fans and pros benefit from the Wizard staff wanting to make sure everyone who loves comics feels like they are getting the red carpet treatment. People seem to smile a lot at a Wizard-run show. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Wizard Covers Witchblade/Devi Crossover

Care to double your dose of lethal ladies? Well, now that Top Cow Productions and Virgin Comics are joining the mythologies of Witchblade’s Sara Pezzini and Devi’s Tara Mehta—two female characters that wield immense mystical power—you can look forward to a new engaging, two-part crossover story featuring both company’s most iconic female characters. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Wizard Coverage of T-shirt site going live

Now that Top Cow and clothing manufacturer Thunder Creek have joined their creative forces to form the new Top Cow Gear website,, there’s a whole new world of fashion open to Top Cow fans, or those simply looking for something different to add to their comic-book-related wardrobe.


During a panel at the Baltimore Comicon, Top Cow announced their newest addition to the team. A young man named Michael Broussard, who has also signed a three year contract with the well, established Top Cow. Broussard wasn’t recruited by merely being an avid Top Cow fanatic; he actually possesses phenomenal skill which has put him in his current, excellent, position with Top Cow. Broussard’s previous work includes Unholy Union (Top Cow) and the Civil War: The Initiative (Marvel). CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Interviews With Filip Sablik & Mel Caylo

Broken Frontier catches up with Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik and Mel Caylo of Marketing and Sales to discuss the company's plans for the future, in the first part of an interview series. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


Witchblade and Devi Join Forces in First Pairing for Companies
Top Cow Productions Inc. and Virgin Comics announced today the first-ever crossover comic book event between the two companies, starring the top, solo female characters from both publishers. In the story, longtime Top Cow icon Witchblade, a mystical artifact currently wielded by New York City detective Sara Pezzini, travels to India and encounters Devi, a supernatural force created by the gods that has been reborn inside the body of a young woman named Tara Mehta.
“The crossover seemed like a perfect connection,” said Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik. “It was a natural fit to have the Witchblade and Devi meet each other. And to have writer Ron Marz at the helm for us was by far the logical choice.”
Marz is the current writer on Witchblade, having joined the title with issue #80. He has committed to writing the book until at least issue #150 with artist Stjepan Sejic. Marz is also the editor of three of Virgin Comics’ Shakti line of books, including Devi, Ramayan 3392 A.D. and The Sadhu. He joined the staff one year ago to mentor and nurture the company’s young staff of India-based creators.
“Because of my connection to both universes, this crossover was pretty much my baby to run with,” said Marz. “I came up with a concept that would have the two characters believably meet, and from there we fleshed it out to create out a dynamic tale led by two beautiful women and featuring some scary bad guys and a cool pay-off to boot. Plus, this may not necessarily be the only time Sara and Tara meet!”
Top Cow will publish part one of the story in April, called Witchblade/Devi #1. Joining Marz on the issue will be artist Eric Basaldua (Magdalena), who will also draw one of the covers. Virgin Comics will then follow up with part two in May, entitled Devi/Witchblade #1. On that issue, Samit Basu (Devi) writes the story, and Mukesh Singh (Gamekeeper) will provide art and one of the covers. The celebrated Greg Land (X-Men: Phoenix – Endsong) provides variant covers for both issues.
“Simply put, this was a no-brainer for us to do,” said Gotham Chopra, Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief of Virgin Comics. “Not only are we at Virgin huge fans of Witchblade, but the whole team behind it at Top Cow. I know our guys—Samit Basu and Mukesh Singh—are both going to bring their A game to make sure that Devi holds her own against Sara.”

Tuesday, February 26, 2008


Witchblade Volume 2 Trade Paperback
(W) Ron Marz (A) Mike Choi, Chris Bachalo, Keu Cha, and many more (Cov) Stjepan Sejic

The new era of WITCHBLADE continues as industry powerhouse Ron Marz (FIRST BORN, SAMURAI: HEAVEN & EARTH) and Wizard Top Ten artist Mike Choi (X-MEN, X-23: TARGET X) reveal the astonishing origin of the Witchblade! This is the second collection in a complete rebranding of the Witchblade trade paperback line in 2008 which collects the Ron Marz era of WITCHBLADE and features brand new painted covers by Stjepan Sejic (FIRST BORN, WITCHBLADE).

This book collects WITCHBLADE #86-92.

Full Color 192 pages $14.99 trade paperback


Madame Mirage #5 Reviews

What started out looking as if it were going to be just another cheesecake female superhero comic has completely surprised me as something uniquely clever. Yes, Madame Mirage is stunningly beautiful with incredible physical assets that literally spill right out of the top of her skin-tight dress—not that I noticed! Yet as we’ve learned through the first three issues, the name Mirage isn’t just a cut handle but an accurate description. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Interview With Mel Caylo

Richard: How did you feel when you first found out you had this new position?

Mel: I was thrilled, for several reasons. One, because I was going to be able to stay in the comic book industry. Two, because I was going to work at Top Cow, a company I have long admired and whose staff I knew very well. And three, because I was going to move to Los Angeles, where Top Cow is based, after having lived all my life in New York City. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade Vol 1 & 2 TPB review

Sara Pezzini the holder of the Witchblade has one loyal and protective partner in Jake McCarthy. A special investigator shows up as well as a mysterious oriental man. The supporting characters are fascinating. They have to be as Sara lies in a coma. The art looks excellent as it shows off the features of each person to perfection. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

2 New Madame Mirage #5 Reviews

Last issue it seemed that Madame Mirage was making a Green Hornet play. The Green Hornet kept up the belief among gangsters and the law that he was simply weeding out the rest of the criminal underworld in order to become its kingpin of crime. The reality was quite different. Review Here. & Review Here.

Top Cow Gear covered by CBR

Top Cow Productions, in conjunction with mass market manufacturer Thunder Creek, announced today that the direct-to-consumer apparel website previewed at Top Cow’s San Diego panel has gone live. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Saturday, February 23, 2008


Top Cow Productions has provided CBR News with the entire first issue of "The Darkness" #1 by Phil Hester and Michael Broussard, relaunching the publisher's flagship title. When you're done reading this full issue, be sure to stop by CBR's Image Comics forum to discuss "The Darkness" with fellow readers. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade Sweepstakes Live!

You could live the ultimate fantasy of being immortalized alongside comic book heroine, Sara Pezzini with a featured, one-time appearance in Witchblade of a character inspired by you. Not only will the character bear your likeness, it will have your name too! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade/Devi Preview on Newsarama

When a murder investigation takes her to India, NYPD Detective Sara Pezzini, the bearer of the mystical Witchblade, crosses paths with Devi, goddess incarnate and protector of Sitapur in the first-ever crossover with Virgin Comics! If they can survive their initial meeting, the two women will confront a powerful common enemy, and discover that this is not the first time an incarnation of Devi and a bearer of the Witchblade have met. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Review of Witchblade Anime Vol 3 and 4

Witchblade may advertise itself as a show about a hot, semi-naked chick who regularly kicks ass every which way. In fact, though, it's at its best when dealing with the human elements, especially the aforementioned Masane and her relationship with her daughter, Rihoko. But the butt-kicking-hot-chick–seeking audience must be placated as well. The third volume of Witchblade is a bit lighter on fights than one might want, and even the drama goes on a bit of a holiday, but in the fourth volume the series returns to form. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Review of Madame Mirage #5

There are few writers that can say they have had such a lasting impact on comic books that when you say a character’s name, everyone seems to know that character. Creating a girlfriend for the psychotic villain The Joker in Batman: The Animated series, Paul Dini jumped in to comic book history as Harley Quinn’s popularity instantly reached pop-culture status. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


Publisher Launches Clothing Site with Thunder Creek!

LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 21, 2008 - Top Cow Productions, in conjunction with mass market manufacturer Thunder Creek, announced today that the direct-to-consumer apparel website previewed at Top Cow’s San Diego panel had gone live. Fans interested in browsing and purchasing new and unique Top Cow-branded apparel should direct their browsers to

As announced previously, consumers will be able to select from numerous designs and styles of t-shirts and other Top Cow apparel. Currently the site features 40 unique designs with regular updates expected in the coming months. The site will be managed under Thunder Creek’s On Demand Apparel brand Swag Dog. Thunder Creek is one of the world’s leading mass market manufacturers of t-shirts and other clothing items with clients that include Wal-Mart, Kohl’s, and Target. Fans will be able to choose from designs featuring Witchblade, The Darkness, Aphrodite IX, Magdalena, Cyberforce, and many others.

“We’re incredibly excited to have up and running,” commented Filip Sablik, Publisher for Top Cow. “I can’t wait to see fans show up at conventions this year wearing their Magdalena, Aphrodite IX, and other shirts and showing off their favorite Top Cow character.”

“I’ve always appreciated Top Cow’s art,” commented Mike Horn, Business Development for Thunder Creek. “The fans have been coming to their booth at the shows forever. Adding Top Cow to our On Demand Apparel program is a fantastic match as I am confident that we will deliver a much wider variety of designs than the fans have ever seen!”

Additional information regarding Top Cow Gear can be found at the official website:


Two Chances for Fans to Meet the Witchblade Scribe!

LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 21, 2008 - Top Cow Productions Inc. proudly announced today that to commemorate the release of the Witchblade Volume 1 trade paperback, writer Ron Marz will appear for two signings in the Baltimore - Washington, D.C. metro area this Saturday, February 23rd. Marz will also appear on the Fox 45 “Morning Show” in Baltimore on the morning of Friday, February 22nd to promote his work on Witchblade.
Fans can meet Ron Marz at one of two locations below on February 23rd. Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik will also be on hand at both signings.

11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Cards, Comics, and Collectibles
100 Chartley Drive
Reisterstown, MD 21136
(410) 526-7410

4-7 P.M.
Phoenix Comics and Toys
Lansdowne Shopping Center
19340 Promenade Drive
Lansdowne, VA 20176
(703) 437-9530

Excellent Witchblade Volume 1 review on Crave

7 out of 10
"If you're a fan of comics AND getting 'bang for your buck', check this out because I can almost guarantee you won't be disappointed!"

So I was going down to pick up my regular titles this week and I got to talking with my comic book dealer (as is always the case when I venture down there). Well, being a closet used cars salesman like he is, he begins to do his weekly pitch to get me to pick up a few extra books. I have to hand it to him, he does this every week without fail and I get suckered into a new monthly title or mini-series at least once a month! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Review: Witchblade Witch Hunt’ Vol. 1 TPB

Geeks of Doom provide an indepth and interesting review of Witchblade Volume 1 by Ron Marz and Mike Choi from the eyes of a newcomer to the Top Cow Universe. "with the pencil duties by Mike Choi, the artwork stands out" Read the rest of the review HERE.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Part II of Comic Book Resources interview with Ron Marz

This week, not only does Marz finish up our discussion of his seminal run on Top Cow’s “Witchblade” – a run that has seen the origin of the Witchblade finally revealed, heroine Sara Pezzini pregnant and dating a stable boyfriend (gasp!), and the creation of another bearer-- he also teases quite a bit about the third volume of “Samurai: Heaven and Earth,” and gives us a sneak peak at the first cover. Additionally, Marz talks with us about his DC Comics crossover work and finishes up with a heartwarming discussion about Jason Vorhees. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Review of Madame Mirage #5

Madame Mirage has joined forces with the villains of ASI! Award-winning author Paul Dini (COUNTDOWN, LOST) and hot new artist Kenneth Rocafort (HUNTER-KILLER) do the unthinkable with the ongoing adventures of the world’s most mysterious assassin, where alliances change with every heartbeat and nothing is as it seems! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


Velocity and Cyblade are the People’s Choice!

LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 19, 2008 - Top Cow Productions Inc. and MySpace, the world’s most popular social network, today announced the winners of Pilot Season, an exclusive contest that encouraged established comic book writers to create a pilot for a potential series using characters that are already well known by comic book fans. Five pilots were submitted and the MySpace Comic Book community was asked to “Take Control” and vote online at to determine which two characters would receive their own series in 2008.
The two winning titles for 2007 were announced as Velocity and Cyblade, two of the dynamic female characters from Marc Silvestri’s original creator-owned property Cyberforce. Both series are slated to debut in the fall of 2008 in time for the Cyberforce 17th anniversary.
Velocity will be written by original Pilot Season writer Joe Casey (The Last Defenders,Youngblood) and an artist to be named later. “I couldn’t believe the voting topped four million votes,” marveled Casey. “Better than a New Hampshire primary! If only that many folks would buy the comics...! In any case, the Pilot issue was only the beginning of what we’re going to make sure is a wild ride when the new series hits in the fall.”
Cyblade will see the return of the Pilot Season team of Joshua Hale Fialkov (Marvel Comics Presents, Punks The Comic Book) and Rick Mays (Kabuki, Gen 13). “I’m incredibly grateful to everyone who voted for the book, and I’m positive they won’t be disappointed with where the series goes,” said Fialkov. “It’s going to be balls-to-the-wall explodo, and I’m psyched to be along for the ride.”
“Congratulations to Joe, Joshua, and Rick, as well as Kevin Maguire, who all helped shoot Cyblade and Velocity to the top,” said Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik. “The fans got out there and made damn sure their voices were heard loud and clear. The guys have a ton of great ideas they’re waiting to unleash on the comics community and if you sign up as a friend on the Pilot Season page you’ll be privy to exclusive sneak peeks.”
The Pilot Season profile received more than 4 million total votes in one month and fans who purchased all five pilot issues were rewarded with a secret voting code printed in each booklet, which doubled the value of their votes. The voting portion of the event was held in conjunction between Top Cow Productions, Inc. and MySpace Comic Books,
For more information visit the official Pilot Season MySpace profile at

Monday, February 18, 2008

Top Cow's Search Pages have ComicMix Talking

Google the Witchblade anytime you get the urge!

In a press release issued this week, Top Cow announced the debut of a pair of Google-powered search engines themed around two of their most popular properties, The Darkness and Witchblade titles. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Want to See More Pictures from the Y:The Last Party?

Last Friday saw curtain close on Vertigo's "Y: The Last Man" at Y: The Last Party, a special gala event hosted by Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles and benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Jointly organized by Meltdown and MySpace Comic Books, the party was a who's who in the L.A. comics scene (and special guests from other cities as well), with attendees including Mark Waid, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, "Lost" executive producer Damon Lindeloff, keynote speaker Joss Whedon and many more. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Hunter-Killer TPB Review

The visuals of Samantha Argent are stunning. She is a sleek looking agent. Than we see her prey. Cathy a cute looking girl who is not so cute. The scenes of her and her attacker do give us a great little fight CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Top Cow May Solicitations

-Pilot Season: Lady Pendragon #1 Matt Hawkins/ERU/
Drew Struzan $3.99
-Pilot Season: Twilight Guardian #1 Troy Hickman/
Reza $3.99
-The Darkness #5 Phil Hester/Michael Broussard $2.99
-Witchblade #118 Ron Marz/Stjepan Sejic $2.99
-Witchblade Volume 4 TPB Ron Marz/Adriana Melo/
Stjepan Sejic $17.99
-Witchblade Origins Vol 1 TPB David Wohl/Christina Z./
Michael Turner $14.99
-The Darkness #2 Wondercon Var Hester/Broussard/
Kirkham $10.00
-The Darkness: Levels Reader Set Top Cow’s Finest $10.99
-Pilot Season 2007 TC Store Set Top Cow’s Finest $49.99
-Top Cow Summer Reading Pack Top Cow’s Finest $10.99

Thursday, February 14, 2008


New WITCHBLADE and THE DARKNESS Search Engines Give Users the Chance to Win Comics, iPhones, Game Systems and More!

Top Cow Productions, Inc. and Prodege LLC announced today the creation of Search with Witchblade ( and Search with The Darkness (, two Google-powered search engines that reward users with cool prizes — just for searching the Web.

With each normal, everyday Web search conducted on one of these Top Cow-branded search engines, users gain a chance to earn Swag Bucks, which are digital dollars that can be redeemed for Top Cow comic books and other prizes at the Witchblade and The Darkness Swag Stores, including iPhones, plasma TVs, digital cameras and game systems like the Sony PSP and Nintendo Wii. Visit the shops right now to check out the latest prizes:

The Darkness:

Users can also invite their friends to Search with Witchblade and The Darkness so that when their friends earn Swag Bucks, so will they. It’s an easy way to earn top prizes fast. To invite friends, users should visit:

The Darkness:

In addition, Witchblade and The Darkness toolbars are available to download for Internet Explorer and Firefox Web browsers so that users can utilize the search engines more readily. The toolbars also feature quick links to Top Cow’s MySpace page, message boards, news blog, online store and more. There are no pop-up windows, no spyware, and no adware — guaranteed.

The Internet Explorer toolbars are available at:

The Darkness:

The Firefox toolbars can be downloaded at:

The Darkness:

“Prodege has come up with such an exciting new innovation, to be able to search the Web with Top Cow’s premiere characters and earn a chance to win some really awesome gear just by doing so,” expressed Top Cow President Matt Hawkins. “I’ve got The Darkness one loaded on my computer right now!”

"As a kid who grew up reading and collecting comic books it feels great to be working with a team like Top Cow,” said Prodege Chief Operating Officer Scott Dudelson. “Not only do they make amazing books, they care deeply about giving back to their fans. With these search engines, Top Cow has given its fans a new way to connect with their favorite characters and win free Top Cow back issues."

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Witchblade Volume 1 In Stores & New Mini-Site Launched

The internet is buzzing about Witchblade Volume 1 trade paperback and the new Witchblade mini-site. Check out what they're saying!.


Since coming on as the scribe of “Witchblade” almost four years ago, Ron Marz hasn’t exactly been satisfied with maintaining the status quo of bearer Sara Pezzini’s life. In fact, it’s safe to say the writer has been doing everything but. In recent storylines, he’s killed off Sara’s longtime love interest, told the origin of the Witchblade (which had not been revealed for ten years), changed Sara’s job, introduced a new love interest, introduce a second Witchblade bearer, and, oh yeah, Marz had Sara and The Darkness conceive a child together CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade #115 Graham Crackers Pick of the Week

Our Pals at Graham Crackers, Illinois' biggest and best comic chain, picked Witchblade #115 as their "Pick of the Week" last week. Check out what they had to say below -

Witchblade #115 - Is this weekly now? Hmm. Anyway, it’s still weird to me that not only do I read Witchblade now, not only do I enjoy Witchblade now, I actually LOOK FORWARD to Witchblade. Weird, like I said. What’s weirder is that perennial whipping-boy for everything crass and cheesecake-y about modern comics, Witchblade has developed into a pretty cool little slice-of-life book, with Sara juggling the demands of being a new mother and a cop (and occasional supernatural champion), while Dani tries to juggle a dance career with dating (and occasional supernatural championing). This issue is actually a great jumping on point, with very little cheesecake (there is some, but it’s more-or-less tasteful) and a lot of drama and comedy, as we get to see a day in the life of both leads. Plus, a super-cute baby! In Witchblade. I know, right?

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Witchblade Vol. 1 Trade Paperback
(W) Ron Marz (A) Mike Choi (Cov) Stjepan Sejic

Witch Hunt" the storyline that reinvented Top Cow's flagship title by industry powerhouse Ron Marz (FIRST BORN, SAMURAI: HEAVEN & EARTH) and Wizard Top Ten artist Mike Choi (X-MEN, X-23: TARGET X) is reprinted in its entirety in this introductory volume.
This collection marks a complete rebranding of the Witchblade trade paperback line in 2008 which collects the Ron Marz era of WITCHBLADE and featuring brand new painted covers by Stjepan Sejic (FIRST BORN, WITCHBLADE). With a reader friendly story, established creators and an unbelievable introductory price, you're out of excuses!
Collects WITCHBLADE #80-85.

Cover – Stjepan Sejic

Full Color 144 pages $4.99 ongoing series


Top Cow Launches Witchblade Mini-Site!

Witchblade Volume 1 In Stores This Week For Just $4.99!

Top Cow Productions announced today the launch of a brand new mini-site highlighting their flagship title, Witchblade. Additionally, the publisher confirmed that the introductory priced Witchblade Volume 1 trade paperback would be available in stores this Wednesday, February 13th.

The mini-site is part of Top Cow’s ongoing effort to provide new and existing fans alike with a one-stop location on the internet to get information on their favorite Top Cow properties. Fans can direct their browsers to to explore the new website. The site features information about the Witchblade title, the principal characters in the series, preview key issues, and more. “We have a ton of exciting things happening in the world of Witchblade this year and we wanted to make sure fans get up to speed on the series,” explained Top Cow Publisher, Filip Sablik.

Kicking off the publisher’s trade paperback re-branding initiative for Witchblade is the release of the Witchblade Volume 1 trade paperback on Wednesday, February 13th. The collection contains the initial storyline by current series writer, Ron Marz (First Born, Samurai: Heaven & Earth), entitled “Witch Hunt.” The six-issue story is an ideal jumping-on point for readers interested in discovering the modern Witchblade series. Drawn by Mike Choi (X-Men, X-23: Target X) and featuring an iconic painted cover by Stjepan Sejic (First Born, Angelus), the edition is an artistic tour-de-force. However, the thing sure to catch the attention of potential fans is the volume’s aggressive introductory pricing, available exclusively in comic shops for only $4.99. The book market version will carry the regular $9.99 SRP on the cover. Volume 2 will follow in stores on February 27th with Volume 3 planned for release on March 12th.

“I could go on about ‘Witch Hunt’ being a ground-floor read meant to introduce Witchblade to a new audience, or about Mike Choi’s phenomenal artwork, but really, all you need to know is six issues for five bucks. Come on, the only thing more awesome than that is the Giants winning the Super Bowl,” said writer Ron Marz.

Retailers are excited about the new trade paperback’s release as well:

“The pricing for this trade paperback is incredible. Preorder sales were great and we expect sales will continue to be very high at release.” - Cameron Merkler, Discount Comic Book Service.

“A trade paperback collection that’s significantly less than the price of the six issues it collects if you bought them individually? Insanity! Or is it? I think this shows how excited the folks at Top Cow are about this Witchblade material and how committed they are to getting it in reader’s hands. Bravo!” – Roger Ash, Westfield Comics

"Witchblade has become a don't miss book, and now with it being collected in trade and being priced affordably, no one has an excuse to not pick it up and find out what all the buzz is about." - Gary Dills, Phoenix Comics & Toys

Praise for Ron Marz’s Witchblade tenure:

“Marz has cut away the fat without destroying the history.” Grade A – Paperback Reader

“The Witchblade-verse is at its most newbie-friendly point in years.” 4 Out of 5 – Silver Bullet Comics

“Don’t be intimidated by this series having over 100 issues so far. Now is as good a time as any to get on board.” Grade A – Judgement Day, Comic World News

“There is no greater accomplishment for a writer than leaving a reader wanting more, and I want more. Witchblade is highly recommended.” – Suspended Animation

“Witchblade is a damn fine read” –

Additional information regarding Witchblade can be found at and

Y: The Last Party reports

Y: The Last Party reports from CBR
and Wizard ,Top Cow not only co-sponsored the CBLDF fund raising event but Top Cow President contributed another $2000 when he won the winning bid for an original page of "Y: The Last Man". Hawkins, and VP of Editorial Rob Levin and VP of Marketing & Sales Mel Caylo were onhand to support the worthy event and commemorate Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra's accomplishment. All of us at Top Cow offer a hearty congratulations to both creators and everyone involved in bringing about this seminal comic work.


Dynamite Entertainment today released images and information concerning the next issue of the all-new DARKNESS/EVA: DAUGHTER OF DRACULA crossover mini-series. This exciting mini-series marks Dynamite's second of three crossover events with Witchblade and The Darkness publisher Top Cow! The mini-series stars Top Cow's Jackie Estacado, also known as The Darkness and Dynamites lethal leading lady, Eva, the Daughter of Dracula. DARKNESS/ EVA: DAUGHTER OF DRACULA #2 is scheduled for an April release. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade Anime Volume 1 DVD review

Witchblade originated as a Top Cow comic book created in the mid-90's. Witchblade was the series in which superstar artist, Michael Turner, started out and became a big time sensation. From Witchblade on, Top Cow began to focus on darker, gothic, and supernatural types of titles featuring ancient weapons, warriors, and powered humans in modern day settings in titles such as The Darkness, Magdalena, and Rising Stars. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Pilot Season Winners Announcement Delayed One Week

We'll be delaying the announcement of the Pilot Season 2007 winners by one week to February 19th, 2008. Originally the winners were slated to be announced today, February 12th. You'll be able to see the winners at the official home of Pilot Season here -

Monday, February 11, 2008

Hunter-Killer TPB Review -

"as infectiously intelligent and entertaining as any of the best continuity-based television shows out there, and with the current WGA strike still going, "programs" such as Hunter-Killer may very well be the place to turn for fresh entertainment for those that cannot stand reality television"

Witchblade/Devi #1

Witchblade/Devi #1 makes Captain Blue Hen Comics' Previews Picks CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Witchblade Volume 1 TPB review

Sara Pezzini the holder of the Witchblade has one loyal and protective partner in Jake McCarthy. A special investigator shows up as well as a mysterious oriental man.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Top Cow Invades Wondercon 2008

Top Cow announced plans to exhibit at WonderCon in San Francisco on February 22nd through the 24th as part of Image Comics. Stay tuned for more information regarding Guests like Mike Choi and Tyler Kirkham, a Top Cow panel, and much more! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Witchblade Anime debuts in the UK

Witchblade has just been launched in the UK through MVM Entertainment and they want to share the fun with our UK readership! We've got three copies of the first volume edition to give away, so three people total will walk away with one of the the latest Gonzo anime series to come out! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.