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Monday, October 10, 2005


Dark Horse Comics has released its solicitations for January.

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David Hayter, who is writing and directing the Black Widow movie for Marvel and Lions Gate, told The Continuum there is progress on the film.

"I kust submitted the final draft of the script, and it has been received very postively," Hayter told The Continuum. "We are supposed to sit down and discuss casting this week."

Hayter has a long association with Marvel, having worked on X-Men and X2, and, more recently, Iron Man.

In other Marvel movie news:

* Jessica Biel, who played Abigail Whistler in Blade: Trinity, was named "The Sexiest Woman Alive" by Esquire magazine, which unveiled Biel's cover last week in New York City. Blade: Trinity debuts this month and runs into next month on Starz.

* The first trailer for X3 is a ways off yet. "Nothing is ready that I am aware of," producer Ralph Winter told The Continuum. "I have not seen anything yet."

* 20th Century Fox has revealed the box art for the VHS version of Fantastic Four, which like the DVD and UMD versions, will be released on Dec. 6. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.

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Gathering every DCU tale written by Alan Moore under one cover for the first time, DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore TP features 16 stories, including the never-before-collected Batman: The Killing Joke and Superman: Whatever Happened to The Man of Tomorrow.

Topped with a new cover by Brian Bolland, DC Universe: The Stories Of Alan Moore TP features art by Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Kevin O'Neill, Klaus Janson, Jim Baikie, Curt Swan, Rick Veitch, Joe Orlando, John Byrne, Bill Willingham and others, in stories originally published from 1985-1988.

The book also includes an excerpt from Moore's proposal for Batman: The Killing Joke, as well as text pieces by Dave Gibbons and Paul Kupperberg.

DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore TP includes:

* Superman Annual #11: "For the Man Who Has Everything," art and cover by Dave Gibbons.

* Detective Comics #549: "Night Olympics," part one, art by Klaus Janson.

* Detective Comics #550: "Night Olympics," part two, art by Klaus Janson.

* Green Lantern #188: "Mogo Doesn't Socialize," art by Dave Gibbons.

* Vigilante #17:"Father's Day," part one, cover by Paris Cullins and Rick Magyar, art by Jim Baikie.

* Vigilante #18: "Father's Day," part two, art and cover by Jim Baikie.

* The Omega Men #26: "Brief Lives," art by Kevin O'Neill.

* The Omega Men #27: "A Man's World," art by Paris Cullins and Rick Magyar.

* DC Comics Presents #85: "The Jungle Line," art by Rick Veitch and Al Williamson, cover by Veitch.

* Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps Annual #2: "Tygers," art by Kevin O'Neill.

* Superman #423: "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow," part one, art by Curt Swan and George Pérez, cover by Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson.

* Action Comics #583: "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow," part two, art by Curt Swan and Kurt Schaffenberger, cover by Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson.

* Secret Origins #10: "Footsteps," art by Joe Orlando, cover by Jim Aparo,

* Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps Annual #3: "In Blackest Night," art by Bill Willingham and Terry Austin.

* Batman Annual #11: "Mortal Clay," art by George Freeman, cover by John Byrne.

* Batman: The Killing Joke, art by Brian Bolland.

The 304-page book will arrive in stores in January and will cost $19.99. 304 pages, $19.99 US

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In addition to the Alan Moore collection mentioned above, DC Comics released a list of its trade paperbacks for January and February.

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Smallville's Tom Welling pulled double duty in order to star in The Fog, the remake of the 1980 John Carpenter horror film headed to theaters on Friday.

During a stretch when the production of the series and the film overlapped, Welling shot Smallville for five days during the week and then The Fog on weekends.

"One week we were shooting nights," said producer David Foster, "and Tom finished working for us early Monday morning, around 7 a.m., showered, got dressed and went to work on Smallville. That's rough."

The Fog is Welling's second movie role, following 2003's Cheaper by the Dozen. He will also be featured in the Cheaper by the Dozen sequel next year.

In The Fog, Welling plays Nick Castle, captain of the charter boat Sea Grass, who unknowingly hooks anchor on an old sea bag wedged on the ocean floor, spilling its contents and triggering a series of terrifying events that will have deadly consquences on the small island of Antonio Bay.

"The Fog is about accountability," Welling said. "Unfortunately, it's not accountability for what you did, but what your ancestors did."

The film also stars Hellboy's Selma Blair and Lost's Maggie Grace.

Grace and director Rupert Wainwright promoted the film last summer at Comic-Con International in San Diego.

"He's very charming," Grace said of Welling.

Look for more on The Fog this week here in The Continuum.

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Dwayne McDuffie, producer of the Justice League Unlimited animated series, is writing his first story for Marvel Comics in more than a decade in December's Fantastic Four Special.

"I was thrilled when Tom Breevoort asked me to pich in on the Special and I jumped at the chance, I've always had a soft spot for the Fantastic Four," McDuffie told The Continuum. "It's my first script for Marvel Comics in 13 years but it's like meeting a friend you've been out of touch with for ages and miraculously picking up right where you left off without missing a beat."

Here's how Marvel describes the the story, titled "My Dinner with Doom:"

"It's a day of celebration and reflection in Latveria, but deep within the confines of the Latverian Embassy to America, Victor Von Doom and Reed Richards engage in a subtle battle of wits, with all of Manhattan as the playing field. What are the stakes? And can Mister Fantastic triumph when all of the moves have been made in advance?"

The art for the story is by Casey Jones. The book will also feature a Franklin Richards back-up and a cover by Leinil Francis Yu. - More Product. More Exclusives.


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Titles include Godland #4, Bone Rest #4 and Battle Pope #3 from Image Comics, Blade of the Immortal #107 from Dark Horse Comics and Red Sonja vs. Thulsa Doom #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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* Above is a first look at covers to Paradox #4 from Arcana Studio, Rise of the Tiger #1 from Narwain Publishing, Captain Universe: Power Unimaginable TPB from Marvel Comics and Battle Pope #8 from Image Comics. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

* Proto-HYPE Studios and Majic Productions are teaming on an Ant statue, based on Mario Gully's character. Sculpted by Scott Fensterer, Ant is a cold-cast and hand painted 1:6 scale statue limited to fewer than 1,000 pieces. There will also be a limited edition of 100 Ruby Chromed variants will be available exclusively at the Florida eXtravaganza Show Jan. 28-29 in Orlando.

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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.

* Tuesday, Oct. 4: Smallville's Aquaman, Marvel and DC First Looks, Superman Returns video game, New X-Men and Claypool for January.

* Monday, Oct. 3: Top Cow and WildStorm/Vertigo panels at Wizard World Boston and Heroic Publishing's January solicitations.

* 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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