No, it' not what you think. 'Heroes & Villains Entertainment is a new production company the Cow is partnering with
Next year, Top Cow will reveal the connecting pieces of their entire universe. Ron Marz talks about finding these Artifacts
Top Cow's Filip Sablik & company will be looking to hire the next big artist at SDCC, if he can find them...
Top Cow has plenty of panels, signings, & announcements at SDCC, shown here w/Art!
In this exclusive Top Cow preview, we look at 7 pages from Mark Waid's Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer #1
He's committed to at least 70 issues, and Ron Marz has just passed the 50 issue mark of his Witchblade run and tells Newsarama about it
Publisher Filip Sablik talks to Newsarama about the third Pilot Season, and gives answers about the winners of the first two contests
Robert Kirkman and Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri will develop five new projects for this year's Pilot Season competition at Top Cow
Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik and Witchblade writer Ron Marz explain what's up with the three potential covers for issue #130
Top Cow and Heroes and Villains Entertainment have partnered to produce new comics and GNs, including Tracker
We've seen the covers and talked to the creators now it's time to look at the first issue of Berserker
The 4-way tag team match between Cyberforce, Thunderbolts, Avengers & Hunter-Killer continues...
Top Cow releases the latest Trinity one shot this week, and Lan finds that Blood on the Sands is a solid read that deepens the current 'War of the ...
Top Cow further explores the long history of the three most powerful weapons in their universe in next week's one-shot
Take a look at the cover to August's The Darkness #79, featuring the return of artist Jorge Lucas
The two teams meet at Top Cow starting in July, and Mark Waid talks to Newsarama about the Cyberforce/ Hunter-Killer matchup
Here's a 1st look at the cover to this summer's The Darkness/Pitt #1, by Paul Jenkins and Pitt creator Dale Keown...
Matt Hawkins gives us a status report on the 'Witchblade' movie and tell us about a Hollywood comic book stereotype