Right now we’ve got an exclusive first look at the variant covers for Top Cow’s The Tithe #1. The Tithe comes to us from writer Matt Hawkins and artist Rahsan Ekedal, and is slated for release mid-April.
The Tithe is about a group of hackers who are stealing from mega-churches called the Samaritan. Meanwhile, the Samaritan is being tracked down by a pair of FBI agents who are not necessarily opposed to the hackers but are duty bound to track them down. It is a classic heist story done in comic book form.
Check out cover A and the finished version of the ‘Sam’ cover B variant, as well as the layout concept art for all four cover B variants here below.
Keep a look out for the first issue of The Tithe in stores on April 15, 2015.
Here we go with an exclusive look at the upcoming special St. Patrick’s Day variant cover for Top Cow Comics’ IXth Generation #3. IXth Generation #3 is written by Matt Hawkins with art by Stjepan Sejic. This special cover is by Linda Sejic.
For those not in the know, IXth Generation unites Top Cow’s Cyberforce and Aphrodite IX characters with their more mystical side like The Darkness. In issue #3, the Darkness comes calling on our heroes and you’ll have to read to see how they deal with it.
IXth Generation #3 is out March 18, 2015, so keep a look out for it. In the meantime, check out our exclusive reveal of the St. Patrick’s Day cover here below.
We have an exclusive first look at Tales of Honor #4, Top Cow Productions’ adaptation of the David Weber novel On Basilisk Station, the first in the Honor Harrington series. The comic version is written by Matt Hawkins with art by Sang-Il Jeong and Linda Sejic. There are two covers for this issue, one by Jeong, and the other by Patrick Tatopoulos.
You can check out the two covers as well as some preview pages from the issue below.
In a line of new ongoing series from Top Cow, Death Vigil stands out for one important reason: Stjepan Sejic. In this present-day fantasy/horror comic, Sejic is not only able to show off his impressive artistic abilities — as he has with many Top Cow titles before — but his skillful storytelling is on display as well.
Death Vigil #1 is a 40-page explosion of supernatural mayhem. With an overflow of the occult, demons, and tears in the fabric of the universe, only certain beings have the power to protect humanity from falling prey to these unleashed evils: The Vigil; those who have died but are given another chance and led in their fight by Death herself.
In the first issue of Rise of the Magi a young Asa Stone was sent from the world of Rune to Earth with a small vial of magic. The magic was scratched off the surface of the Orb, an object made of all the concentrated magic that exists in the universe.
Once arriving on Earth, specifically Times Square in New York City, Asa has to find a way to keep the magic safe from the monsters of Rune that followed him through the portal, while also trying to find a way back home.