We covered Top Cow's biggest announcement, the release of Larime Taylor's A Voice in the Dark, yesterday, but here's some other news coming out of the imprints panel yesterday:
- The Darkness movie is back on track and will feature Sara Pizzini chasing down Jackie Estacado. The movie is being developed by New Regency.
- Marc Silvestri is working on a new four issue miniseries entitled The Magi. Readers will get sneak peek of the book during Free Comic Book Day, with the full issue hitting stores two weeks later.
- A new project entitled Darkness Falls is coming. Dale Keown provided a cover, but we don't know who's writing or illustrating the project.
- Top Cow is also releasing an all ages title called Teen Witchblade. Both the Darkness and Angelus will also be involved.
- Minotaur Press will be releasing two new series: Control and Wildfire. Both will be written by Matt Hawkins. Control will be illustrated by Colleen Doran and Wildfire will be illustrated by Linda Sejic.
- Finally, the Honorverse is coming to comics! Top Cow will be adapting the science fiction military books by David Weber as Tales of Honor, which will be made in conjunction with a feature film.
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