• Top Cow Pubwatch: January

    Top Cow Pubwatch: January0

    Though the Christmas season was slow for Top Cow’s publications, the publisher and its creators have lots on the horizon for the new year. Here’s a rundown of what’s been going on.

  • How Now Top Cow: November Pubwatch

    How Now Top Cow: November Pubwatch0

    What’s New? Welcome to the Top Cow Pubwatch, where I run down the hows and nows of Top Cow Productions. What’s New this month? Well, following last week’s Library Con, Top Cow has been eager to get in touch with librarians, offering a Facebook group to help librarians and educators engage more readers with graphic

  • The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)

    The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

  • PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! October

    PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! October2

    What’s New In my first Top Cow Pubwatch, I talked about Eclipse getting picked up for television. Now, Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment is grabbing several other Image titles, including Top Cow’s The Darkness and Think Tank, which will be executive produced by Top Cow’s founder, Marc Silvestri, and president, Matt Hawkins. While the show is

  • PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! September

    PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! September0

    Welcome to Top Cow Pubwatch volume 2. I’ve been busy reading up on all of Top Cow’s offerings since my last Pubwatch and I can’t express enough how much I am loving the variety of stories they have to offer, from super heroes to romance and so much more. At WWAC, we’ve been busy with

  • PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! August

    PUBWATCH: How Now Top Cow! August0

    I’ve been toying with the idea of a Top Cow Pubwatch for some time. I was a fan of the company when it first started years (decades!) ago, tagging along with their shiny cybernetic revolution, and have loosely followed that evolution over time to see them produce some really interesting and provocative books. And so,