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Saturday, October 5, 2002


"Prey For The Hunter," a new episode of Birds of Prey, is scheduled to air on The WB on Wednesday, Oct. 23.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Helena (Ashley Scott) and Detective Reese (Shemar Moore) clash again when they both try to track down a serial killer who destroys metahumans by taking on their powers. Meanwhile, Dinah (Rachel Skarsten) ditches school when she learns from Helena there is a metahuman-only bar, and Barbara meets Wade's (guest star Shawn Christian) parents. who think she is not normal enough for their son."

Chris Long directed the episode, with story by Adam Armus and Kay Foster and teleplay by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.

In other Birds of Prey news, The WB has released a new version of "Pilot" - which kicks off the series on Wednesday - to the media.

The biggest difference from the new version to the one released last summer is Mia Sara replacing Sherilyn Fenn as Dr. Harleen Quinzel, who appears in scenes with Helena Kyle and shows her bad side at the end of the episode.

The episode opens with narration by Alfred, who is played by Ian Abercrombie. Other differences include footage of Batman and Catwoman (which has been shown in commercials for the show) and a scene with Barbara at New Gotham High, where she teaches.

Click on the thumbnails for larger images from "Pilot."


For four- to six-page previews and covers of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores next week, CLICK HERE.

Titles include X-Treme X-Men #19, Killraven #1, Captain America #5, Mekanix #1, Black Panther #50, Iron Man #60 and Paradise X: Devils.


"Nocturne," a new episode of Smallville, will air on The WB on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Clark (Tom Welling) is concerned when he discovers someone has been leaving love notes for Lana (Kristin Kreuk) at her parents' grave and warns her to stay away from the mysterious poet. Fed up with Clark's over-protectiveness, Lana (Kristin Kreuk) follows the dark and handsome stranger to his home and discovers his parents keep him locked in chains. Unable to leave him like that, Clark and Lana break into the house to save the boy, but soon realize why he was locked up in the first place."

Rick Wallace directed the episode, which was written by Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders.

Look for more Smallville news soon here in The Continuum.


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