Today during Top Cow’s presentation at WonderCon the publisher announced several new comics, and new hire’s including Major Spoilers own Ashley V. Robinson!
Here is a rundown of the announcements
- Mechanism by Raffaele Ienco arrives in July.
- A new Aphrodite series is headed our way! Aphrodite V will arrive in late 2016 or early 2017 and will be written by Bryan Hill with art by Jeffry Spokes. The series will take place following the events in Cyber-Force Rebirth and Cyber-Force: Artifacts.
- Mercy is the sequel to Sunstone and will be a 5 volume series, like Sunstone and features characters introduced in Sunstone. Logo and some of Stjepan Sejic’s cover art is in the link. The series is scheduled to debut summer 2017.
- Swing is a new series by Linda Sejic, Jenni Cheung & Matt Hawkins and will come out late Fall 2016. This is a companion series for Sunstone, Mercy and Blood Stain.
- Top Cow also announced new hires and promotions at the event. First the publisher promoted Elena Salcedo to Director of Operations and Ashley V. Robinson (yes, THAT Ashley V. Robinson) has been hired as an assistant editor (it’s been hard to keep quiet about this part since we were told a couple of weeks ago). Henry Barajas has been hired as the Operations Coordinator.
- Ashley Victoria Robinson is a Canadian actor and writer. She is the co-creator and star of The Red Shirt Diaries and can be seen on your tv in a couple different commercials. She regularly contributes to MajorSpoilers.com and ComicBook.com, Ashley is also a winner of the Top Cow Talent Hunt 2013 and has had several comics works published through them. She really, really likes foxes. She can be found on twitter @AshleyVRobinson.
- Henry Barajas lives the world of comic books as a blogger, writer and publisher, while also making time to work as a comedian, online editor, reporter, public radio DJ and talk show sidekick. His work has appeared in the Tucson Weekly, Arizona Daily Star, and The Comics Beat, which garnered him a nomination for the Shel Dorf Blogger of the Year award. He is currently writing a graphic novel about the time his great-grandfather, Tata Rambo, helped the Pascua Yaqui community become a federally recognized Native American tribe.