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Tuesday, February 15, 2005


The Continuum continues its series of interviews from the Constantine press junket with Keanu Reeves, who stars in the title role.

To read an edited transcription of the press conference, CLICK HERE.

In other Constantine news:

* Reeves will appear on the syndicated Live! with Regis and Kelly on Thursday.

* For an interview with Rachel Weisz, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with Shia LaBeouf, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with director Francis Lawrence, CLICK HERE.

* Look for more on Constantine on Wednesday here in The Continuum.


For covers and two- to four-page previews of upcoming titles, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Star Wars: Empire #29, B.P.R.D.: The Dead #4 and Conan #13 from Dark Horse Comics; City of Tomorrow #1 from DC Comics; and Boston Blackie: Inside Out from Moonstone Books.


"Employee of the Month," a new episode of Teen Titans, is scheduled to premiere on Saturday on Cartoon Network.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Beast Boy has only one real dream in life -- to someday, somehow own a Moped. And when Robin won't buy him one and Cyborg won't build him one, Beast Boy has only one way to make his dream come true: he has to get a job."

Click on the thumbnails for a larger images and look for more on Teen Titans soon here in The Continuum.

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England-based APComics announced that Mr. T #1 will be launched in the United State on Mr. T' s birthday, May 21.

UK fans will be able to get an exclusive sneak peek at the UK Comic Expo on May 13-15.

Mr. T is known worldwide for his roles in the television series The A-Team and feature films such as Rockey III, is overseeing the series as creative supervisor.

The comic book will be scripted by British writer Christopher Bunting. He said: "This truly is a dream job for me. Mr.Tıs winning combination of toughness and tenderness have earned him an army of fans all over the world and they are going to love this book!"

Bunting is joined by the art team of Neil Edwards and Randy Emberlin.

Two Mr. T trade paperbacks are scheduled for December and July 2006.

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Digital Webbing Presents #21, a 40-page, third-anniversary issue featuring a cover by Bernie Wrightson, is scheduled for a March release.

"What an amazing three years this has been," said Digital Webbing founder and Managing Editor, Ed Dukeshire. "I'd love to take all the credit for the success, but I'd be lying if I didn't give most of it to the amazing creators we've had over the years. DWP is a success simply because of all the great talent that has gone into it."

Some of today's most popular creators and books have roots in Digital Webbing Presents, including Eric Powell's The goon and Jason Henderson's Sword of Dracula. Both Henderson and Powell return to DWP next month.

Powell is joined on "Citizen Zombie" by artist Nick Bradshaw, inker Derek Fridolfs and colorist Rhys Yorke.

Henderson returns with "Sword of Dracula: Cooler Heads," with artist Terry Pallot, telling the story of a teenaged Ronnie Van Helsing, the girl who would grow to one day lead an army of men in her battle against Dracula.

"Digital Webbing has been a key part in the development of Sword of Dracula" Henderson said. "We had the prequel in DWP before Sword of Dracula #1 came out, and now we're returning to get a closer look at [the characters]. I was so excited to get to do this story here. In my mind this is what DWP is for: a jam session where we can plunk away at what's around the corner."

Other stories in the issue include:

* "Rememdium," by writer Kel Nuttall and artist James Woodward, is the tale of human beings facing extinction at the hands of the living dead, so a team of scientists examine a truly horrific solution.

* "Iceberg," by writer Mike Imboden and artwork by Fathih Hasbudak and L. Jamal Walton. A couple of stowaways on a luxury ocean liner's maiden voyage set in motion a series of events that nobody will ever forget.

* "Lease on Life," by writer CG Kirby (Freakshow) and illustrated by Ryan Sergeant, is the story of a man who gets a new lease on life when zombies turn the world upside down; and he's not exactly sad to say goodbye to his old life and past sins either!


* Above is a first look at Image Comics titles Sea of Red #3, Lullaby #4, Hunter-Killer #3, Girls #1 and Armor X #3. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

* DC Comics is reporting that Legion of Super-Heroes #1 has sold out. "Really, seriously, when DC first told us how insanely heavily they overprinted the first issue, the flattery of their confidence was tempered with a selfish little bit of 'Okay, but, gee, we won't get the added buzz of a sold-out announcement,'" said writer Mark Waid. "Rarely am I this happy to be this wrong."

* Upcoming episodes of Mutant X in syndication include "At Destiny's End" the week of Feb. 28 and "Within These Walls" the week of March 7.

Click on the thumbnails below for larger images from the episodes.

* Sci Fi's Painkiller Jane is expected to wrap filming in Vancouver, British Columbia on Friday.

* Coming Wednesday: DC news and more!

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

* For Wednesday, Feb. 9, including Dark Horse Comics' solicitations for May, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, Feb. 8, including Fantastic Four movie news, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, Feb. 7, including Justice League Unlimited news, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, Feb. 4, including Marvel Comics news, CLICK HERE.

* For Thursday, Feb. 3, including NYX news, CLICK HERE.

* For Wednesday, Feb. 2, including Marvel news, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, Feb. 1, including The Simpsons news, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, Jan. 31, including an interview with Constantine's Rachel Weisz, CLICK HERE.

* For Saturday, Jan. 29, including Constantine movie news, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, Jan. 28, including Fantastic Four movie news, CLICK HERE.

* For Thursday, Jan. 27, including Marvel Comics news, CLICK HERE.

* For Wednesday, Jan. 26, including DC Comics news, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, Jan. 25, including Spider-Man movie news, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, Jan. 24, including Devil's Due Publishing's solicitations for April, CLICK HERE.

* For Saturday, Jan. 22, including Smallville, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, Jan. 21, including Marvel Comics' solicitations for April, CLICK HERE.

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