Top Cow surprised many when the company announced it was going to Kickstarter to fund a comic property.  With just over a week to go, Top Cow has passed the needed goal amount.

With the $75,000 goal met, Top Cow will now put Cyber Force into production for part of the 20th Anniversary of Top Cow, and best of all, the miniseries will be free.

This is the first major U.S. publisher to go to Kickstarter to fund a series, and after this, I’m still firm that this will not be the last time we see major publishers looking for crowd sourced funding for upcoming projects.

via Kickstarter

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