Pilot Season from Image and Top Cow Promotes Fan-Voted New Comics


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The rules to PILOT SEASON are simple. Each competing team gets a one-shot “pilot issue” comic book to win over fans. When all the books have been released in direct market stores and digital partners, the fans take control and vote on their favorite series. The winner of Pilot Season gets the green light to produce a series to be released at a later date through Top Cow Productions.

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Rob first experienced the joy of comics on the playground in elementary school, where his friend read Galactus' dialogue as, "Punny Humans!" He got the collector's itch right after Superman died in the 1990s and has been buying them often ever since, wondering if he'll ever sell any of them after all. A gadget and gaming enthusiast, Rob spends his off time with family, a disco band, and two other websites. Whew.

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3 Responses to “Pilot Season from Image and Top Cow Promotes Fan-Voted New Comics”

  1. I have heard about the Pilot Season comic book, but unfortunately never read one. I am glad to read this post that, when a team completes the Pilot Season, a Pilot Season comic book is issued. I would love to try. Thanks for the share.

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