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Monday, August 15, 2005


DC Comics has released its solicitations for November.

For a rundown, with cover images, CLICK HERE.

For a rundown of upcoming DC Direct products, with images, CLICK HERE.

Look for Marvel's solicitations here on Tuesday at noon (ET).


Harris Comics and Top Cow Productions are teaming again October for Vampirella/Witchblade: The Feast #1. This marks the third in a series of team-ups.

Here's how Harris describes the book, which is written by Justin Gray and drawn by Joyce Chin:

"Blood-sucking fiends have NOTHING on the cut-throat world of supermodeling as Vampi and Witchblade get caught up in this sexy, tongue-in-cheek tale. Channeling the raucous fun of a Russ Meyer film, we're sure this book will be one of the most entertaining crossovers of the year!"

"As Paris Hilton would say: 'That's Hot!'" said Harris editorial director Bon Alimagno. "But seriously, the mad mind of Justin Gray strikes again. He's produced a script that'll have our readers shocked and awed.

"And what can I say about Joyce? I'm just speechless. There are few who can draw women this seductive and this intimidating all at once. Just take a look at that cover! The fans are going to love this."

Vampirella/Witchblade: The Feast #1 will have a regular cover drawn by Chin with two variant editions limited to 1,500 copies. They are by Amanda Conner and Tone Rodriguez.

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Viper Comics has announced a Dead @ 17 prequel series to start in November.

The series, Dead @ 17: Protectorate, is written by Alex Hamby, with art by Benjamin Hall.

Here's how Viper describes the series:

"In the war between Heaven and Hell, it is mankind who now has possession of a great weapon. The Book of Bolabogg carries within its flesh bindings the secrets of all creation and possibly the means to destroy the demon himself. When it is discovered in the small quaint town of Darlington Hills, it brings with it an unspeakable evil that will forge the destines of a group of men who may be Earth's last, best hope. Caught in the middle is young Grace True, whose life will forever be changed by an escalating conflict beyond her control.

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IDW Publishing has announced that support of Angel: The Curse #1 has necessitated a third printing of the issue.

Although the second printing was never officially announced, a complete sell-out of both the first and second printings have necessitated the third printing. This is the first time in IDW Publishing's history that one of its comic book titles has required a third printing.

Angel: The Curse, the first five-issue Angel mini-series from IDW Publishing, by writer Jeff Mariotte and artist David Messina, finds Angel on the run in a mysterious forest in Romania, searching for the Gypsy clan that cursed him so many years ago. Issue three of the five-issue miniseries will be in stores on August 24.

"While we're much too humble to announce every time one of our books garners a second printing," said Chris Ryall, IDW's editor-in-chief, "the sold-out status of both the first and second printings are a testament to Angel's fanbase, and something we wanted to make known. We also want to make it known that we're happily headed back to press to keep this issue available to anyone who wants to read it."

IDW's additional plans regarding Angel-related projects include the second Angel mini-series, Angel: Old Friends, which kicks off in November. Also due out on August 24 is the first Spike one-shot, Spike: Old Times, written by Peter David.

The third printing of Angel: The Curse #1 is scheduled to be released in mid-September.


* Batman Begins, which went over the $200-million mark last week, placed 13th at the box office over the weekend with an estimated with an estimated $1.1 million, pushing its total to $201.2 million. Fantastic Four placed eighth with as estimated $2.3 million, pushing its total to $148.4 million.

* Here's a look at the two-disc Elektra Director's Cut DVD, due in stores on Oct. 18.

* Kids' WB! has changed its schedule for this week. "The Butler Did It" will now be the 8:30 a.m. episode of The Batman on Saturday.

For the network's complete schedule for this week, CLICK HERE.

* Comics-based films and television shows were shut out at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday night in Universal City, Calif. Alexis Bledel, of Sin City, won two awards for her work on Gilmore Girls. Wilmer Valderrama, star of the upcoming El Muerto film, won for Choice TV Sidekick for his work on That 70s Show.

X3's Halle Berry and Fantastic Four's Jessica Alba were among the presenters. The awards ceremony will be televised by Fox on Tuesday night.

* Benderspink has optioned the film rights to the The Gray Area by Glen Brunswick and John Romita Jr., according to The Hollywood Reporter.

* Coming Tuesday: Marvel Comics for November -- and much more.

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

* For Tuesday, Aug. 9, including Ultimate Avengers DVD news, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, Aug. 8, including Infinite Crisis news and Vertigo, Spider-Man and Aspen panels at Wizard World Chicago, CLICK HERE.

* For Sunday, Aug. 7, including Top Cow, House of M and Ultimate panels at Wizard World Chicago, CLICK HERE.

* For Saturday, Aug. 6, including Cup O' Joe, Marvel Knights, Brian Michael Bendis and DC Comics panels at Wizard World Chicago, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, Aug. 5, including WildStorm's panel at Wizard World Chicago, CLICK HERE.

* For Thursday, Aug. 4, including Sin City news, CLICK HERE.

* For Wednesday, Aug. 3, including exclusive contracts for Tony Daniel and Brian Michael Bendis, and Marvel and DC First Looks, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, Aug. 2, including Cartoon Network's schedule of DC Comics show through Sept. 4, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, Aug. 1, including Superman Returns news, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, July 29, including news from Michael Turner and J. Scott Campbell, CLICK HERE.

* For Thursday, July 28, including Marvel movie news and Top Cow's Necromancer, CLICK HERE.

* For Wednesday, July 27, including Marvel and DC first looks, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, July 26, including Brian K. Vaughan talking about the Ex Machina movie, CLICK HERE.

* For Monday, July 25, including Elektra DVD news, CLICK HERE.

* For Saturday, July 23, including Smallville news, CLICK HERE.

* For Friday, July 22, including Marvel Comics' soliciations for October, CLICK HERE.

* For Thursday, July 21, including Image Comics' solicitations for October, CLICK HERE.

* For Wednesday, July 20, including Devil's Due Publishing's solicitations for October and part two of an interview with Ghost Rider director Mark Steven Johnson and actress Eva Mendes, CLICK HERE.

* For Tuesday, July 19, including part one of an interview with Ghost Rider director Mark Steven Johnson and actress Eva Mendes, CLICK HERE.

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