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DC Comics has its solicitation information and artwork for November.

For a rundown of comics, CLICK HERE.

For a rundown of DC Direct Products, CLICK HERE.


Cartoon Network has released loglines for the new Justice League episodes airing in October.

All the episodes will run complete in a one-hour format on Saturdays at 10 p.m. (ET).

Following is a rundown:

Saturday, Oct. 4: "Tabula Rasa"

J'onn J'onzz has a crisis of conscience while Lex Luthor gains control of Amazo, a powerful android who can copy the powers of the entire Justice League.

Saturday, Oct. 11: "Only A Dream"

When members of the Justice League are trapped in a nightmarish dream world controlled by the evil Dr. Destiny, they are forced to confront their own darkest fears.

Saturday, Oct. 18: "Maid of Honor"

After Wonder Woman befriends a jet-setting Kasnian princess, she finds herself enmeshed in a complex plot of intrigue and betrayal masterminded by the Justice League's old enemy, Vandal Savage.

Saturday, Oct. 25: "Hearts and Minds"

When John Stewart learns that Katma Tui, his old girlfriend from the Green Lantern Corps, is missing in action, he leaves Earth to try to rescue her from the clutches of the mad prophet known as Despero.


"Heroes and Villains," a new episode of Spider-Man, will premiere on MTV on Friday at 10 p.m. (ET).

Here's how Sony Television describes the episode:

"Adjacent to Empire State University, The Villeroy Towers, an urban high-rise tenement, is slated for destruction and the tenants have allied with ESU's student body in protest. The Villeroy Towers residents are at a disadvantage in this fight to save their home until an anonymous donor endows them with one million dollars. This generosity comes shortly after the theft of a pricey gem from the Metropolitan Museum.

"Spider-Man discovers the guilty party is a modern day Robin Hood named Turbo Jet (Harold Parino) armed with a homemade propulsion system who steals from the wealthy and gives to the poor. Still, stealing is stealing and Spider-Man and Turbo Jet go head to head. Making matters worse, Oscorp is the company behind the Villeroy's demolition - all in the name of progress - forcing Harry Osborn (Ian Ziering) right in the center of this controversy.

"When Turbo Jet takes Mary Jane Watson (Lisa Loeb) hostage during a rally, Spider-Man sets out to prove that Turbo Jet's good intentions are highly flawed."

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"Sum of His Parts," a new episode of Teen Titans, will premiere Saturday at 9 p.m. (ET) on Cartoon Network.

Here's how Cartoon Network describes the episode:

"Cyborg is reminded he's not completely human, when his power cell dies during a wild junkyard battle with the Amazing Mumbo. The Titans fear Mumbo has taken their friend, and search the city for Cyborg. But Fixit, a cybernetic hermit who finds and repairs broken things, finds Cyborg. When repairs are complete, will Cyborg be human at all?"

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In case you missed The Continuum's coverage of Wizard World Chicago, here are some links:

For DC's Superman panel, CLICK HERE.

For Top Cow's Witchblade panel, CLICK HERE.

For DC's Vertigo panel, CLICK HERE.

For Marvel's Ultimate panel, CLICK HERE.

For Marvel's X-Men panel, CLICK HERE.

For DC's DC Universe panel, CLICK HERE.

For the Aspen panel, CLICK HERE.

For the Marvel panel, CLICK HERE.

For the WildStorm panel, CLICK HERE.


  • The WB will show two episode of Smallville on Wednesday, Sept. 17: "Calling" and "Exodus."

  • Batman Forever, the 1995 film starring Val Kilmer, will air seven times in September on Cinemax: 10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 14; 12:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 18; 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 22; noon and 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26; and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

  • Negation writer Tony Bedard on upcoming stories: "There's going to be a pretty high-profile death in our cast, and thing are going to go pretty badly for our group. And they're going to want to go their separate ways at just the wrong time."

  • Upcoming episode of The WB's Angel include "Release" on Wednesday, Sept. 3 and "Orpheus" on Wednesday, Sept. 10.

  • Coming Wednesday: Image Comics for November -- and much more!!!

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