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Friday, October 7, 2005

TEEN TITANS ANIMATED UPDATE

Bumper Robinson, who appeared in Fox's Generation X television movie and the Sabrina the Teenage Witch live-action series, is providing the voice of Hotspot in "Trust," Saturday's new episode of Teen Titans on Cartoon Network.

Robinson, 31, played Mondo in 1996's Generation X. He was James for one season on Sabrina.

Here's how the "Trust" episode is described:

"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?"

"Trust" was written by Amy Wolfram.

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FIRST LOOKS

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

Titles include Evil Ernie #1 from Devil's Due Publishing, New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook Special from Marvel Comics, Flare #29 from Heroic Publishing, B.P.R.D.: Black Flame #3 from Dark Horse Comics and Herlios #2 from Speakeasy Comics.

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STAR WARS: PURGE

Star Wars: Purge, a one-shot picking up on Revenge of the Sith, will reach stores on Dec. 28 from Dark Horse Comics.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"After Order 66, few Jedi dare to venture outside the shadows -- rumors of the dark and terrible Darth Vader haunting even their waking moments. Yet, some Jedi find this life of fear unbearable. Now, a small band of Jedi have agreed to meet and discuss what should be done to oppose the Empire and its Sith Lords. However, the Empire is always watching, and Vader himself is eager to confront any Jedi that might bring him closer to the whereabouts of his betrayer, Obi-Wan Kenobi."

"Purge features a raw Darth Vader. It hasn't been that long since he's put on the armor and theres still something of Anakin Skywalker in there, something of his rage," said writer John Ostrander. "He isn't as proficient with this armor or his powers as he will become -- and he's up against Jedi who can see him coming. To survive -- to win -- Vader must purge himself of the man he was to become the dark legend he is destined to be. Assume nothing."

Star Wars: Purge, with art by Doug Wheatley and a cover by Adam Hughes, will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

For a rundown of all of Dark Horse's comics in December,

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SMALLVILLE'S "THIRST"

The WB has released two images from "Thirst," the episode of Smallville scheduled to premiere on Oct. 27.

The images feature Carrie Fisher in her role as Pauline Kahn, editor-in-chief at The Daily Planet in Metropolis.

The network has yet to release a logline for the episode.

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BRIEFLY

* Kaley Cuoco, from The WBs series Charmed, will voice a villain in Saturday's episode of Loonatics Unleashed on Saturday. Cuoco plays villain Weather Vane in the episode "Weathering Heights."

Cuoco first appears in the episode as Paula Haze, a young and ambitious TV news assistant with dreams of becoming the network's next weather personality. Unaware of her latent psychic powers, Paula gets her chance to headline the news when she is struck by lightning, which unleashes her supernatural powers and transforms her into the deliciously evil character Weather Vane. In complete control of the planet's atmosphere, cunning villainess Weather Vane seeks to stir up Acmetropolis and bring the Loonatics down to get what she wants most -- air time.

* Kirsten Dunst, who will return as Mary Jane in Spider-Man 3, will be a guest on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Thursday, Oct. 13.

* Coming Saturday: TV news -- and much more!!!



COMICS CONTINUUM BACK ISSUES

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

* Sunday, Oct. 2: Marvel and DC panels at Wizard World Boston and Heroic Publishing's January solicitations.

* Saturday, Oct. 1: Ultimate Avengers Panel at Wizard World Boston, Smallville and Dark Horse First Looks.

* Friday, Sept. 30: DC's Crisis Panel at Wizard World Boston, Scott Pilgrim preview and The Batman.

* Thursday, Sept. 29: Scary Godmother on Cartoon Network, Blade TV, Justice #1 second printing, WildStorm vs. Aspen and First Looks.

* Wednesday, Sept. 28: Cartoon Network for October, Marvel First Looks and Peter Cuneo talks Marvel movies. Save up to 75% off your new comics!

* Tuesday, Sept. 27: Mark Hamill voices The Trickster, X-Men 3 movie, The Batman, Aspen soliciations for December, DC and Image First Looks and Pete Woods exclusive to DC.

* Monday, Sept. 26: The Batman, Teen Titans, Spawn: The Animation and Arcana's December solicitations.

* Saturday, Sept. 24: Spider-Man Family, The Batman, Smallville and Claypool's jump-in issues.

* Friday, Sept. 23: Justice League Unlimited's Supergirl, Image Comics' The Intimidators, Image Comics First Looks and Mike Mignola covers Death Jr.

* Thursday, Sept. 22: Image and Devil's Due solicitations for December.

* Wednesday, Sept. 21: Marvel solicitations for December and Marvel First Looks.

* Tuesday, Sept. 20: Marvel, DC and Image First Looks and new ShadowHawk artist.

* Monday, Sept. 19: DC Comics' and Oni Press' solicitations for December.

* Saturday, Sept. 17: Dark Horse First Looks and Justice League Unlimited.

* Friday, Sept. 16: The Batman, Lost executive producer writes for Marvel and Dark Horse First Looks.

* Thursday, Sept. 15: New Thunderbolts vs. New Avengers, The Losers movie and First Looks.

* Wednesday, Sept. 14: Marvel and BlueWater First Looks and The Batman.

* Tuesday, Sept. 13: Supergirl #1 third printing, new Teen Titans episodes, Top Cow's V.I.C.E. and DC Comics First Looks.




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