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Monday, August 16, 2004

DC COMICS FOR NOVEMBER

DC Comics has released its solicitation information for November.

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WIZARD WORLD CHICAGO: PHOENIX RETURNS

Just in time for her 25th anniversary, Phoenix will star in a mini-series that launches in February, Marvel Comics announced at its X-Men panel at Wizard World Chicago on Saturday.

"The return of the Phoenix again -- and I believe this will be the final time," Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada said.

The mini-series will be written by Greg Pak, who writes Marvel's new Warlock title, with art by recently exclusive Greg Land.

"Greg Pak is one of our best writer finds that you have not read anything from or about," Quesada said. "Greg has had a bunch of pitches at Marvel and full scripts of those stories that for one reason or another, nothing had to do with Greg, these stories have not appeared in print."

Quesada later added that Emma Frost will be in the mini-series. "And there will be sparks," he said.

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WIZARD WORLD CHICAGO: VERTIGO PANEL

Papa Midnite, the supporting character from Hellblazer, will be getting his own mini-series, it was announced at DC Comics' Vertigo panel at Wizard World Chicago on Sunday.

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WIZARD WORLD CHICAGO: PHOTO GALLERY

Below is a photo gallery from Wizard World Chicago last weekend.

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Tony Daniel, Brian K. Vaughan and Amber Benson.

Aspen booth, Steve McNiven, Jim Cheung.

Jim Lee, Jill Thompson and J. Scott Campbell.

Rob Liefeld, Erik Larsen and Carlos Pacheco.

Josh Blaylock and Chuck Dixon, Matt Hawkins and Jeph Loeb.

Scott Dunbier, Geoff Johns and David Finch.

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BOX OFFICE UPDATE

Spider-Man 2 vaulted over Jurassic Park over the weekend for the No. 9 spot all time in domestic box office.

The sequel stands at $360.9 million after seven weeks of release. Jurassic Park brought in $357.1 million in 1993.

Spider-Man 2 is $10 million behind The Passion of the Christ. The first Spider-Man is sixth with $403.7 million.

Spider-Man 2 placed 10th over the weekend, with an estimated $3.4 million.

Fox's Alien vs. Predator topped the box office with $38.3 million.

Catwoman placed 16th with $860,000, a 71 percent dropoff from the previous week. After four weeks, the film stands at $38.2 million.

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