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Wednesday, June 12, 2002


Yancy Butler, star of TNT's Witchblade, recently talked to The Continuum about the second season of 13 episodes.

For the complete interview, CLICK HERE.

In other Witchblade news:

* TNT has released details about Monday's episode, "Agape."

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"A new designer drug hits the streets and causes the deaths of a teenage girl and her boyfriend who practice sexual asphyxia. McCartey goes undercover in a sting operation to bust the drug ring, but when Pez and Woo discover that a crooked DEA agent is involved in the case, they must find McCartey before the sting leads to his last breath."

Paul Holahan directed the episode, which was written by Larry Barber and Paul Barber.


Universal Interactive announced further details regarding its upcoming video game titles based on Universal Pictures' The Hulk, the feature film from director Ang Lee.

"The Hulk is one of the most physically powerful and emotionally compelling superhero characters ever created, and his transition to the world of interactive entertainment will extend all the power of this movie event and create a uniquely exciting game experience," said Jim Wilson, president of Universal Interactive. "UI's upcoming titles will provide Hulk fans and action-adventure gamers with all the thrilling action and adventure they have come to expect from this hugely popular character."

Universal Interactive has scheduled the release of games based on The Hulk for the Nintendo GameCube, the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and the Xbox video game system from Microsoft to coincide with the film's theatrical release on June 20, 2003.

UI also will release a Game Bo Advance title inspired by the classic Marvel Comics series The Incredible Hulk in second quarter 2003.

Additional titles might be announced in the future.


Following are Moonstone Books' solicitations for October, with information coming from the company.


Written by Bryan Edwards, art by Chris Marrinan, tones by Jeremy Roberts, cover by Marrinan.

This is the next volume in a series of one-shots based in the noir universe of White Wolf's Vampire the Masquerade role-playing game, video game, and TV show. Calebros, Camarilla Prince of New York, finds his crown to be a heavy one. Distracted by his ennui, he fails to see the Sabbat's claws dig deeper into his city. Polonia, the deposed Lasombra archbishop, enlists powerful Antitribu Vampires to bring down the current regime. Still other Kindred appear-their allegiances unknown, When blood begins to flow, and bodies burn, who will be left with their fangs in the Big Apple?

48 pages, gray-toned, $5.95.


Written by Bryan Edwards, Joe Gentile, Rafael Nieves, Mike Reynolds; art by Vince Locke, Eddy Newell, Chris Marrinan; colored by Paul Mounts, Ken Wolak.

Marking its first anniversary, Moonstone is offering up Halloween fare for any kind of bloody reading tastes. This book is the perfect primer into White Wolf's World of Darkness noir universe, as well as having plenty of cool reading for the experienced White Wolf enthusiast. This volume includes the critically acclaimed: "Vampire the Masquerade: Toreador" (by: Rafeal Nieves, Vince Locke, and Paul Mounts), "Werewolf the Apocalypse: Black Furies" (by: Joe Gentile and Eddy Newell), and "Vampire the MAsquerade: Theo Bell" (by: Bryan Edwards, Mike Reynolds, Chris Marrinan, and Paul Mounts). Moonstone's first trade paperback is offered at an special anniversary price.

152 pages, $15.95.


Chuck Dixon is contributing an eight-page story to Shooting Star Comics Anthology.

"Eight pages to do whatever I want?" Dixon said. "It took less than a heartbeat to fix on a western. And by the time the heartbeat was over I was set on my old amigo Enrique Villagran for the art chores. Enrique brings everything to a western story you could want. You can smell the gun oil and hear the creak of the saddles. And when I asked him to model the lead character after Kirk Douglas he jumped on it. And the results are terrific. Taut action, period detail and muy macho action.

"When I showed the art boards around CrossGen a few of the artists here thought I'd picked up the original artwork on eBay from an old Atlas cowboy book from the '50s. High praise indeed."

In addition to Dixon's story, Dennis O'Neil delivers an original essay for the introduction to this book.

* Scott McCullar sends his Thrill Seekers out on a timely adventure. Yellow Jacket and the Emerald Mantis have to rescue their cohort, the Sacred Scarab from the evil Nazis. The Nazis are about to sacrifice the Scarab. Will the Thrill Seekers get there in time, or is this the end of the Sacred Scarab? "Rendezvous at the Temple of Khepri."

* Scott Rogers presents the debut of super hero and family man: Bedbug. Will the Bedbug get home to kiss his daughter goodnight when the Pulverizer stands in his way? The answer lies in "Bigger Things."

* Lance Stahlberg's Defender (visualized by Mariano de la Torre) lives in a world used to the presence of super heroes. As a second generation super hero, he assumes the art of being a hero will come second nature. However, he soon discovers while feverously working to rescue a busload of children, that the Bad Guys are always "Raising the Stakes."

* What do you do when you suddenly and unexpectedly become a super hero? Sean Taylor's Fishnet Angel goes looking for someone else who's been in the game longer than he has (that's right, he). Of course, being new to the job isn't the only problem the fishnet clad hero has. "Power" shows us the first lesson (drawn by JP Dupas).

* J. Morgan Neal's Aym Geronimo (with her Postmodern Pioneers) is out to better the world around her, no matter where in the world it will take her (and it takes her to some rather dangerous places). "Trap Dancing," co-written with Erik Burnham, and drawn by Todd Fox, takes Aym on a jungle adventure, where a "search for treasure" turns out to be a string of traps.

* "Mad Dogs and Irishmen" (penciled by J. David Bock, inked by Bill Wiist) gives readersa quick glimpse of Aym's greatest enemy. Riley's Irish charm runs very short when one of his operatives questions his obsession with Aym. Riley has a pointed response to being crossed. Finally,

* "Aym Radio" (illustrated by Fox) shows that it's easy for people safe at home to criticize on Aym's activities, but they're not the one out on a mountain cliff, rescuing a child.

* Mike Von Fange has a secret that not even his brothers know. No, it's not his power of being able to consume anything even moderately edible without himself feeling the effects (he can direct the effects at other people). It's a secret that's crucial to his existence, and someone unpleasant has found out about it. Can Mike put his blackmailer out of action without exposing his secret? Carlin Trammel, teams with artist Bill Wiist, for the answer in "Hunger For More".

* Perpetual victim of hazardous circumstances, Nick Landime has a close encounter of the mummified kind. He's been selected to be the unwilling host for the resurrection of an ancient evil wizard. Or so he says. Action! Adventure! Comedy! Futile attempts at hitting on women in sleazy bars. Erik Burnham asks you to "Remember the Alamas."

* It isn't easy being the son of a great Chieftain. Everyone keeps reminding "Tsalosha" about his father - when all he wants is to have an ordinary, happy life. But his rival Elrashke has decided the time has come to defeat and humiliate Tsalosha. But there is more to Tsalosha than meets the eye. Written by Sarah Beach, and drawn by Gordon Purcell, and inked by Terry Pallot.

Shooting Star Comics Anthology will be 80 pages and will cost $5.95.


"Moon in Gemini" is the episode of Jeremiah scheduled to air on Friday at Showtime at 10:45 p.m.

Here's how the episode was described:

"A message from Erin's wayward twin sister, Lauren, sends her and Jeremiah on a mission of personal discovery while Kurdy and Elizabeth meet with Shadow of the Crescent, a group of Black separatists."

The episode was written by Sam Egan and directed by Brad Turner.

An encore of "Moon in Gemini" will air on Showtime Beyond on Sunday at 10:45 p.m.



  • Here's a first look at covers to Adventures of Superman #607, Azrael: Agent of the Bat #93, Detective Comics #773, Batman: Gotham Adventures #53, JLA #70, Legion #11, Supergirl #73, Thundercats #1, Mutant Texas: Tales of Sheriff Ida Red #3, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Death of Buffy, Infinity Abyss #5 and Exiles #16. Click on the thumbnails below for larger images.

  • Kids' WB! will rebroadcast the "Growing Pains" episode of X-Men: Evolution and the "Power Play" episode of Static Shock on Saturday, June 29.

  • Patrick Warburton, who starred in The Tick and the upcoming Men in Black sequel, will guest-star on Disney's Kim Possible on Friday, June 21 at 6:30 p.m. on the Disney Channel. In the episode "Downhill," Kim Possible's class ski trip is ruined by two antagonists: DN-Amy, a mad biogeneticist who wants to genetically fuse Rufus and Mr. Barkin into living, life-size and collectible "cuddle buddies;" the other, Kim's overzealous parents, who quickly become the world's most humiliating chaperones. Kim battles to save her friend's identity and her own dignity.

  • Kevin Smith's appearance on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno is scheduled for June 25. Rosario Dawson, who is starring in the Men in Black sequel, will appear on the show the next night.

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