“Progeny” Shapes the Future of Top Cow – Comics for Sinners

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Published on March 13th, 2013 | by Richard Boom

“Progeny” Shapes the Future of Top Cow

progeny_pr_03The events of Top Cow’s vanguard titles have been building to the climactic confrontation in a universe-changing four-issue crossover event: “Progeny.” Jackie Estacado, wielder of the ancient power The Darkness, has remade the world according to his own wishes. His daughter with Witchblade bearer Sara Pezzini, Hope, sacrificed as a baby to save the universe from obliteration, is, in his new world, on the verge of adolescence, and Jackie’s high school girlfriend who had died tragically, Jenny, is her mother — and alive.

Now, the hero of the series ARTIFACTS, Tom Judge, has unraveled the truth of what happened to the world. Ron Marz, Stjepan Sejic, and Marco Turini (ARTIFACTS), Tim Seeley and Diego Bernard (WITCHBLADE), and David Hine and Jeremy Haun (THE DARKNESS) unite to form an interlocking story as Judge gathers together his fellow Artifact bearers for a final clash with Estacado.

progeny_pr_01“My issue [WITCHBLADE #164] is about Sara facing Jackie for the first time since she became aware that something was ‘wrong’ in the universe,” Seeley said. “Sara has to deal with what she did to save the universe, and she may not be sure the sacrifice was worth it.”

Marz commented on the odds the heroes of Top Cow’s titles face in their confrontation with the powerful Estacado: “He’s got a bit of an overwhelming advantage, but, you know, if the heroes have an overwhelming advantage, that’s not a very good story.” Marz continued, “That’s really the question: how are they actually going to defeat Jackie and by the time we get to the fourth part of this it’s hopefully an answer that nobody really sees coming.”

progeny_pr_02“Progeny” begins in ARTIFACTS #25, continues in WITCHBLADE #164 and THE DARKNESS #111, and will come to a dramatic conclusion in ARTIFACTS #26.

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".



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