Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers its official plans for this weekend’s Emerald City ComiCon, and also sent along the show exclusive variant cover to Witchblade #125.

From Top Cow:

The publisher will be celebrating the 125th Issue of Witchblade with a cover variant exclusively released for the Emerald City ComiCon featuring a brand new illustration by Marc Silvestri of Sara Pezzini.  This marks the first time Silvestri has depicted Pezzini in her “dark armor” form, which she has adopted as part of the “War of the Witchblades” storyline that kicks off in issue #125. Copies of the exclusive variant cover will be available at the Emerald City ComiCon show booth (#604) for a SRP of $10.


Top Cow creators who will be exhibiting at Emerald City ComiCon include William Harms (Impaler) at Table D-18, Joshua Ortega (Necromancer) at Table C-20, Mike Choi & Sonia Oback (Witchblade, Fusion) at Table A-02, Jay Faerber (Witchblade Annual) at Table E-01, Dave McCaig (Berserker, Broken Trinity: Witchblade) at Table D-13, Steve Sadowski (Witchblade) at Table L-17 and many more!

Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik and Boom! Studios Publisher Ross Richie will be co-hosting a panel entitled “Inside the Writer’s Studio: Mark Waid”, focusing on the work and career of the prolific writer and editor in a format reminiscent of Bravo’s “Inside the Actor’s Studio”. Join them for a casual conversation and intimate look with Waid at his work including his runs on The Flash, Kingdom Come, Captain America, and many of comics’ other top properties. Plus be the first to get an inside scoop on upcoming projects like Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer, Irredeemable, and Disney’s Incredibles. The panel begins at 2pm on Saturday, April 4th in Panel Room 3B.

via Top Cow


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