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Thursday, December 26, 2002


Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy will be villains in the upcoming third season of Kids' WB!'s Static Shock.

The pair will be featured in what will likely be the season opener as Static teams up with Batman. It will mark the second animated meeting of the characters; Batman and Robin were featured in the second season of the show.

Unlike last season, this season's Batman episode will be focused in Gotham City.

Kids' WB! has not announced when the third season will begin - it is expected next month - or what time period Static Shock will occupy.

Look for more Static Shock news next week here in The Continuum.


Dark Horse Comics has provided The Continuum with a first look at conceptual art from Syn, one of the new titles in its Rocket Comics imprint.

Syn is written by Keith Giffen with art by Greg Titus. The book is set in the future on a planet inhabited by machines and features a robot bounty hunter on the run.

Syn will debut in August. The Rocket Comics line starts in July with Go Boy 7 and Lone.

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Tech Jacket #3 will arrive in stores on Jan. 15 from Image Comics. The issue is written by Robert Kirkman, with art and cover by E.J. Su.

Here's how Image describes the issue:

"Zack finds himself between a rock and a hard place when he is forced to make one of the most difficult decisions of his life. Zack has been taken captive by the Geldarians and is being taken back to their home planet for trial and his inevitable execution. What will Zack do when his transport is attacked by a platoon of Kresh soldiers; who have been at war with the Geldarians for decades? Will he help his captors in a fight for their lives or allow them to perish and in doing so, strand himself in deep space with no way of getting home?"

Tech Jacket #3 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.95.


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Wonder Woman #189 will arrive in stores on Feb. 26 from DC Comics. The issue is written by Walter Simonson, with art by Jerry Ordway and P. Craig Russell and a cover by Adam Hughes.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"Walter Simonson, Jerry Ordway and P. Craig Russell join cover artist Adam Hughes for a 6-part adventure! Wonder Woman has vanished without a trace. Bereft of her memories, deprived of her gods-given abilities, and without her familiar costume, lasso and bracelets, Diana must fight off a horde of monstrous foes and find her way back to Earth from the Cryptocombs - the Cemetery of the Gods - all the while protecting a mysterious clay statue of a baby girl."

Wonder Woman #189 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.25.


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  • Artist Steve Rude did a piece on Eminem and his daughter for the Village Voice in New York.

  • The contents of Action Comics #799 have been changed. The issue will now feature a story titled "The Cage," written by Joe Kelly with art and cover by Carlos Meglia. The story originally slated for this issue has been moved to Action Comics #801.

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