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Saturday, May 22, 2004

MARVEL COMICS FOR AUGUST

Marvel Comics has released its solicitation information for August.

For a complete rundown, with cover images, CLICK HERE.

For a rundown of graphic novels, CLICK HERE.

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IMAGE COMICS FIRST LOOKS

For covers and four-page previews of Image Comics titles arriving in stores on Wednesday, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Witchblade/Wolverine, Darkness #11, Bad Ideas #1 and Common Grounds #5.



TALES FROM THE BULLY PULPIT

This August, writer Benito Cereno and artist Graeme McDonald answer the unlikely question, "What if Teddy Roosevelt and the ghost of Thomas Edison teamed up to tackle crime on Mars?"  

Tales from the Bully Pulpit, a 64-page original graphic novel with full color by Ron Riley, will ship from Image Comics. As a bonus, the book is wrapped in a Tony Moore cover.

Writer Cereno, who previously provided humorous back-ups for Robert Kirkman's Invincible, explains what led him to tackle the tale.  

"Why does a man climb a mountain?  Because he likes climbing things and mountains are the tallest things for climbing?  No.  Because the mountain is there," he said.  "And there was this story about a president and a ghost traveling through time and visiting other planets just sitting there on the shelf.  It's one of those old time plots, recycled since the time of Aeschylus.  But no one had used it in a while, and I figured I should beat Grant Morrison to it."  

Here's how Image describes the book:

"In Tales from the Bully Pulpit, Teddy Roosevelt and the ghost of Thomas Edison travel to the far-flung future on a wager, only to discover the terrible secret of space! It's a rough-and-tumble tale of science with both fists as the two race through time to liberate the Red Planet from its foreign invaders." 

Kirkman encouraged Benito on the book, and also led Image to Benito's doorstep.  

"Bully Pulpit is something new, different, and refreshing, and I think this industry can always use some more of that," Kirkman said.  "Benito has impressed me with his work on numerous occasions and when he told me about this new idea I just had to bring it to Erik (Larsen) and Eric's (Stephenson) attention."

The book will go on sale on Aug. 18.

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BRIEFLY

  • After reading through hundreds of the comics stories created on 24 Hour Comics Day, editor Nat Gertler has selected 24 tales to go into the book 24 Hour Comics Day Highlights 2004.

    The better-known creators whose works are included are:

    * Christian Gossett of Red Star fame does 24 pages on the creative effort.

    * Leave It To Chance's Paul Smith spent the day creating a one-man anthology of stories, one of which will be in the book.

    * Joel Priddy of the award-winning Pulpatoon Pilgrimage shows us an encounter between a space alien and a king.

    * Eric Wolfe Hanson from G.I. Joe and Micronauts tells an action-packed tale of "Late Fees."

    * Dead @ 17's Josh Howard puts his talent into an adventure with gorgeous gals and space aliens.

    * Ken Lashley unleashes a new superhero team, the R-Force.

    24 Hour Comics Day Highlights 2004 will be a 496-page, 5.5"x7.75" paperback that ships in July from About Comics.

  • Coming Sunday: Spider-Man 2's Alfred Molina at Wizard World -- and much more!!!

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    In case you missed The Continuum's recent coverage, here are some links:

    * For Monday, May 17, including DC Comics' solicitations for August, CLICK HERE.

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    * For Thursday, May 13, including Dark Horse solicitations for August and Spawn news, CLICK HERE.

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