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Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Cartoon Network is launching new episodes of Teen Titans on Sept. 24 at 8 p.m., the network has confirmed for The Continuum.

The episodes were originally intended to air in November, but advertisements recently indicated the new premiere date. Wulin Warriors will now premiere in January.

Plans are for episodes #53-65 to air through December.

Here are the first four episodes, with descriptions provided to The Continuum:

"Homecoming Part 1"

When Beast Boy's former team The Doom Patrol is in trouble, the Titans must embark on a daring mission to save them. Beast Boy explains that this can only mean one thing: the Doom Patrol's greatest foes are back. The Brotherhood of Evil has returned.

"Homecoming Part 2"

The Doom Patrol has been saved, but the sinister Brotherhood of Evil is still on the loose. It's just like old times for Beast Boy when he finds himself back on the team for one last mission - to stop the Brotherhood once and for all... no matter what the cost.


The Brotherhood of Evil has begun its master plan to eliminate all of the young superheroes around the globe, starting with honorary Titans Wildebeest and Hotspot. This new threat brings Robin to Morocco. But with an unknown enemy, how can anyone know who to trust?

"For Real"

Control Freak returns to Titan Tower with "The Ultimate Titans Challenge," a series of events designed specifically to challenge the Teen Titans. But what happens to Control Freak's big plan when he finds himself facing not the "real" Titans -- but the Titans East?

Click on the thumbnails above for larger images from the Doom Patrol episodes.

In other Teen Titans news:

* The American Library Association's (ALA) Graphics department has announced a new ALA Graphics poster featuring Teen Titans with the phrase łAvoid the rush! Return your library stuff on time!˛ The poster features original artwork and was created in cooperation with DC Comics. It will be available to the public on Oct. 17.

Copies of the character posters are available for sale for libraries and fans alike. The posters sell for $13 and bookmarks (100/pack) sell for $7.50. Both are available online at www.alastore.ala.org or call toll-free 866-746-7252.

* The Wendy's promotion is tentatively targeted to begin on Oct. 3. There will be five toys involved in the promotion.

* Look for more on the show later this week here in The Continuum.

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Top Cow Productions' V.I.C.E. -- Violent Incident Control Enforcement -- is a new ongoing series debuting in October. Aron Coleite, writer of television's Crossing Jordan, crosses over into comics and is joined by artist Tyler Kirkham in what Top Cow calls "an action-packed, unapologetic drama."

The agents of V.I.C.E. are superpowered FBI agents, charged with bringing down domestic terrorists and the worst of all possible superhuman threats. The V.I.C.E. agents are not without their own flaws, but they all must overcome their own personal problems to act as the last line of defense against world-shaking threats.

"V.I.C.E. has the spirit of great team books, but it's also the next evolution," said Renae Geerlings, Top Cow's managing editor /VP of publishing. "This is one of the darkest of team books, and one of the darkest of dramas, with even the 'good guys' coming across a bit shady."

"I'm having a great time collaborating with Aron on this project," said artist Tyler Kirkham. "It's exciting to see writers from other mediums cross over to take on the world of comics, and bring fresh ideas in."

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With the second printing of Supergirl #1 sold out at DC Comics a week before arriving in stores on Sept. 8, DC Comics is sending the issue back to press for a third printing.

Supergirl #1 Third Printing is written by Jeph Loeb, with art by Ian Churchill and Norm Rapmund. Due to arrive in stores on Sept. 28, this new printing features a new cover by Churchill, inspired by the classic cover of Adventure Comics #252.

"What the heck is going on?" Loeb said. "Supergirl, Power Girl, Wonder Woman are all in hot books! You'd think that suddenly the world woke up to fact that the DCU has strong, clever and often funny women who can drive the marketplace -- and how great is that?"

About the cover, Loeb said, "Ian did this particular cover out of love for the original Supergirl and we wantedsomething that said thank you to all those fans who from 1958 until 2005 have stayed loyal to the character of Kara Zor-El. Personally, I think she's the coolest thing out there."

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For covers and three- to four-page preview of DC Comics titles scheduled to arrive in stores on Sept. 21, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Robin #142, Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct #2, Wraithborn #1, Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #1, Birds of Prey #86 and Lucifer #66



For covers and four-page preview of Heroic Publishing titles scheduled to arrive in stores on Sept. 28, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Flare #28 and Tales of the Champions #2.

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* Morgan Freeman, who played Lucius Fox in Batman Begins, was nominated in the 2005 Black Movie Awards in the Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Support Role category.

Tim Story was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Directing for Fantastic Four.

The 2005 Black Movie Awards will be taped at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, Oct. 9. They will air on TNT on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 10 p.m.

* John Schneider, who plays Jonathan Kent on Smallville, will be a guest at MegaCon in Orlando, Fla. on Feb. 24-26.

* Davis-Anderson Merchandising Corp and Dynamic Forces have announced a new line of collectibles based upon the Highlander franchise. The agreement between the two companies allows for use of Highlander characters from both the film and television series.

* Fantastic Four actress Jessica Alba will be a guest on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien on Thursday, Sept. 29.

* Coming Tuesday: DC news -- and much more!!!

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In case you missed The Continuum's recent coverage, here are some links. Click on the date to get the day's full report.

* Wednesday, Sept. 7: Frank Miller covers All Star Batman, Ghost Rider movie and Marvel, DC and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, Sept. 6: Ghost Rider movie date, Marvel's deal with Paramount, Amazing Screw-On Head animation, Giant-Size X-Men #4 and Mitchell Breitweiser exclusive with Marvel.

* Monday, Sept. 5: X3 and Superman Returns.

* Saturday, Sept. 3: Teen Titans, The Batman and Smallville's Aquaman.

* Friday, Sept. 2: Traci Bingham's comic-book modeling gig.

* Thursday, Sept. 1: Smallville's James Marsters, Image and Marvel First Looks, Punisher on Showtime.

* Wednesday, August 31: Smallville season-premiere images, Justice League Unlimited's Warlord, Doctor Strange animated movie, Marvel First Looks.

* Wednesday, August 31: Smallville season-premiere images, Justice League Unlimited's Warlord, Doctor Strange animated movie, Marvel First Looks.

* Tuesday, August 30: Cartoon Network's September schedule, Margot Kidder and Erica Durance Part 2, DC First Looks, Batman DVDs.

* Monday, August 29: Margot Kidder and Erica Durance Part 1, Marvel's Canadian Expo panels, new Justice League Unlimited episodes.

* Sunday, August 28: Aspen Comics and Cup o' Joe panels at Canadian Expo, First Looks.

* Saturday, August 27: James Marsters and Ian Churchill panels at Canadian Expo, First Looks.

* Friday, August 26: Mary Jane ongoing series, new The Batman episodes, First Looks.

* Thursday, August 25: Ghost Rider movie update, The Batman's Solomon Grundy, Image Comics First Looks, new Batman and Superman animated DVD sets.

* Wednesday, August 24: Marvel Comics First Looks, Oni Press and Devil's Due solicitations for November, Elektra Director's Cut DVD.

* Tuesday, August 23: Top Cow's The Freshmen, DC First Looks, Darwyn Cooke's exclusive contract.

* Monday, August 22: Heroes Anonymous TV pilot, Image First Looks, Heroic Publishing's solicitations for November.

* Saturday, August 20: Ghost Rider movie's Mark Steven Johnson and Eva Mendes, Spawn The Animation voices, SLG Publishing's solicitations for November.

* Friday, August 19: Image First Looks, Vampirella Revelations, Alias' Chrono Mechanics.

* Thursday, August 18: Batman DVDs, The Simpsons season premiere, Alias' solicitations for November.

* Wednesday, August 17: Marvel Legends figures, Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks, Michael Turner covers Supergirl, The Batman vs. Dracula, Batman Begins' IMAX records.

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