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Saturday, October 29, 2005


Kids' WB! has provided The Continuum with loglines for the next two new episodes of The Batman.

"RPM" on Saturday, Nov. 5: Gearhead, a part-cyborg adrenaline junkie, rides into Gotham in a souped up racer. With the ability to take control of cars with his nano-technology, Gearhead is out to commit a series of crimes for thrills. When a spectacular chase with Gearhead destroys the Batmobile, Batman must create a new and improved vehicle if he hopes to bring the villain down.

"Brawn" on Saturday, Nov. 12: After getting his hands on Bane's steroid apparatus, Joker uses it to bulk up to monstrous proportions. As he toys with the city with his superhuman strength, Batman and Batgirl must find a way to defeat this unstoppable force.

Upcoming weekday episodes include:

"The Laughing Bat" on Monday, Nov. 7; "Night and the City" on Tuesday, Nov. 8; "The Bat and the Belfry" on Wednesday, Nov. 9; "Traction" on Thursday, Nov. 10; "RPM" on Friday, Nov. 11.

For a complete rundown of Kids' WB!'s schedule for the week of Nov. 7, CLICK HERE.


"Kole," the next new episode of Teen Titans, will premiere on Cartoon Network on Friday at 6:30 p.m. The episode will encore on Saturday at 8 p.m.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"While in the Arctic Circle, the Teen Titans once again take on Dr. Light. And when an accident sends the Titans through the ice, they discover a new exotic Underworld -- and two new superheroes, Kole and her caveman sidekick Gnarrk."

Cartoon Network has provided The Continuum with loglines for the rest of the season.

Following is a rundown:

"Hide & Seek"

With the other Teen Titans off fighting exciting battles with the Brotherhood of Evil, Raven is left with the worst task of all -- transporting three rambunctious future superheroes to safety. But this simple task turns into an adventure in babysitting as Raven and her young charges are chased through the Alps by the Brotherhood of Evil's Msr. Mallah.


With Titans dispatched across the globe, members of the Hive Five figure they have it made. Unfortunately their city-wide crime spree is cut short when a new hero in town spoils the fun. Handing him over to the Brotherhood of Evil may score the Hive Five points, but actually catching this lightning-fast do-gooder is much harder than it seems.

"Revved Up"

Robin's most prized possession is stolen by the hip hot-rodder Ding Dong Daddy, and to get it back they're going to have to beat him in a cross-country road race. But with Ding Dong Daddy making the rules and a few unexpected rivals joining in the competition, it's anyone's guess who will cross the finish line first!


How did Robin meet Starfire? What was Beast Boy's first joke? Why did Cybor build his Sonic Cannon? When did Raven first call the Titans her friends? Return to the very beginning and see how it all started -- from the word "GO!"

"Calling All Titans"

The final game has begun. While the Titans are spread out throughout the globe on one last mission, Brotherhood mastermind the Brain makes his move. Robin has a strategy of his own, but as all the villains begin taking down all the superheroes all at once, will it be enough to save his friends?

"Titans Together"

All seems lost for young heroes across the globe: they have been spread far and wide, their lines of communication have been severed, and one by one, the Brotherhood of Evil takes them down. But as The Brain claims his victory is assured, one brave hero manages to slip thorough the Brotherhood of Evil's grasp: Beast Boy.

"Things Change"

After months of fighting the Brotherhood of Evil around the globe, the Teen Titans are finally back home. But a walk through the city reveals that things are no longer as they remembered. And while Beast Boy wants everything to be just like it was in the past, he has to face the fact that in life things change.

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IDW Publishing on Friday provided details for its Masters of Horror 12-part mini-series based on the new television series on Showtime.

Thirteen of the greatest minds of the horror genre have gathered to tell their darkest dreams in their own unique styles in the new series of one-hour films, produced by IDT Entertainment, Industry Entertainment and Nice Guy Productions. Each film is a stand-alone exercise in terror from the likes of directors Don Coscarelli, John Carpenter, John Landis, Mick Garris and others. IDW will present a year-long exploration of these chilling tales, beginning in December with the release of the first book in the series.

Up first is "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road," based on an original short story by Joe R. Lansdale and adapted for the Masters of Horror series by Don Coscarelli and Stephen Romano. The tale will be adapted for a two-part comic by IDW's Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall and Jeremy Haun. The first two issues of the series will feature painted covers from Masters of Horror conceptual artist Caniglia, as well as a photo cover taken directly from each episode.

In "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road," Ellen, a seemingly defenseless young woman, is lost in the woods and comes into contact with the deformed, demented serial killer Moonface. But Ellen isn't as helpless or innocent as she initially seems.

Issues three and four will adapt H.P. Lovecraft's "Dreams in the Witch House," written by Ivan Brandon and illustrated by Dennis Calero. It is based on the teleplay by Dennis Paoli and Stuart Gordon. Ben Templesmith will provide covers for this two-parter.

The first issue of Masters of Horror will be released in December.

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

Titles include Marvel Monsters: From the Files of Ulysses Bloodstone from Marvel Comics and JLA: Classified #16 from DC Comics.


Fox has released details for the November sweeps episodes of The Family Guy.

Following is a rundown:

* Sunday, Nov. 6: Peter Griffin makes an indecent proposal to the FCC. After a controversial mishap occurs during a live broadcast, the FCC begins to censor all of Peter's favorite television shows. Peter retaliates by creating his own TV station -- "PTV" -- which he operates out of the Griffin home. Peter and Brian create some edgy hits for the station, until the FCC shows up and starts to regulate their everyday life.

* Sunday, Nov. 13: After writing a story for a local magazine, Brian lands a job with the prestigious New Yorker. With his college dropout status haunting him, he decides to go back to Brown University to get his degree. As Brian struggles to pass his classes, Stewie enjoys the college lifestyle. Meanwhile, Peter and his friends combine forces to help the city -- or so they think -- in "Brian Goes Back to College."

* Sunday, Nov. 20: When Stewie intensifies his efforts to kill Lois, she thinks he is acting out and orders Peter to spend more time with him in "The Courtship of Stewie's Father." Meanwhile, Chris does some bonding of his own when he develops a friendship with Herbert after breaking his window.

* Sunday, Nov. 27: After discovering she has a brother named Patrick (guest voice Robert Downey Jr.) whom she never knew about, Lois takes the family cross-country to meet him -- only to discover he's in a mental institution. Patrick seems sane, so Lois checks him out of the asylum to live with the Griffins. Meanwhile, Peter, urged to lose weight by his doctor, starts a Society for the Acceptance of Fat Men. But when a fat man is strangled in Quahog, Peter and his Fat Society live in terror, and all fingers point to Patrick in "Fat Guy Strangler."

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* USA Network will have its premiere of Hulk, the 2003 movie starring Eric Bana, on Sunday at 8 p.m. (ET). Future airings include Monday at 4 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m.; Sunday, Nov. 6 at noon; Friday, Nov. 25 at 10 a.m. and Saturday, Nov. 26 at 2 a.m.

* Warner Home Video has set a Dec. 20 release date for Constantine and Batman Begins on UMD. Click on the thumbnails for a larger look at packaging.

* Spider-Man: The Other Vol. 1 will be released on Feb. 8. The 144-page book will collect Amazing Spider-Man #525-526, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1-2 and Marvel Knights Spider-Man #19-20.

* Coming Monday: TV 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.

* Monday, Oct. 24: Smallville, Teen Titans, Top Cow's V.I.C.E., Image First Looks and Alias Comics for January.

* Saturday, Oct. 22: Smallville ratings and First Looks.

* Friday, Oct. 21: Painkiller Jane, Smallville, Oni Press for January, Devil's Due First Looks and Marvel in the Middle East.

* Thursday, Oct. 20: Devil's Due for February, Marvel's New Mangaverse, Supergirl #4 variant, Marvel First Looks and Justice League Unlimited. Narnia banner

* Wednesday, Oct. 19: Savage Dragon and Marvel and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, Oct. 18: Marvel and Image Comics for January, DC First Looks and DC exclusives Don Kramer and Dale Eaglesham.

* Monday, Oct. 17: DC Comics for January, New Excalibur and Brian Pulido.

* Sunday, Oct. 16: Motor City Comic Con panels featuring Grey DeLisle (voice of Wasp from Ultimate Avengers) and Ron Garney.

* Saturday, Oct. 15: Smallville and First Looks.

* Friday, Oct. 14: Sin City DVD, September sales, Maximum Fantastic Four, The Simpsons' "Treehouse of Horror," The Batman, Scott Allie talks The Fog and First Looks.

* Thursday, Oct. 13: IDW Publishing for February, Marvel and Image First Looks and Superman DVDs.

* Wednesday, Oct. 12: Kirsten Dunst on Spider-Man future, Smallville, City of Villains, Marvel and DC First Looks and Moonstone Books' February soliciations.

* Tuesday, Oct. 11: Teen Titans' Kid Flash, Geoff Johns exclusive to DC and First Looks.

* Monday, Oct. 10: Dark Horse solicitations for November, Marvel movies, Alan Moore's DCU collection, DC trade paperbacks, Dwayne McDuffie on Fantastic Four and Tom Welling in The Fog.

* Saturday, Oct. 8: Elektra and Spider-Man 2 on Cinemax, more Franklin Richards, House of M trade paperbacks, The Batman and Smallville.

* Friday, Oct. 7: Teen Titans, Smallville, Star Wars: Purge and First Looks.

* Thursday, Oct. 6: IDW Publishing's soliciations for January and Smallville.

* Wednesday, Oct. 5: Batman Begins and The Flash on DVD, Marvel and DC Comics First Looks, Blade: Trinity on Starz and Neal Adams covers All Star Superman.

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

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