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Tuesday, November 8, 2005


For covers and four-page previews of DC Comics titles arriving in stores on Nov. 16, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Batman and the Monster Men #1, Captain Atom: Armageddon #2, Fables #43 and Batman: Journey into Knight #4.

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For covers and four to six-page previews of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores on Nov. 30, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Generation M #1, Incredible Hulk #86, Giant-Size Invaders #2 and Captain Universe/Silver Surfer.

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

Titles include Aspen Seasons 2005: Fall #1 from Aspen Comics, Vampirella: Revelations #1 from Harris Comics and Free Fall #1 from Narwain Publishing.

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DC Comics on Tuesday announced that artist Shane Davis and sculptor Karen Palinko have signed exclusive contracts and that artists Jock and Howard Porter have extended their exclusives.

Davis has penciled issues of Batman, Robin, Nightwing and Wonder Woman. His upcoming work includes Batman #647 and Batman Annual.

"What can I say, this took me by surprise," Davis said. "I am thrilled to have found a place to hang my hat at DC Comics. I think everyone knows that this is a very exciting time at DC, and I'm very happy to be asked to be a part of the new DC Comics."

Palinko's credtis include the Super Friends, Justice League Unlimited and Teen Titans maquettes.

"I've worked with DC Direct for a number of years now, and they've given me some of my favorite assignments," Palinko said. "I'm a great admirer of DC's art and the talent they've assembled, and I'm really looking forward to the upcoming projects."

Jock is the cover artist for Batman and artist of The Losers.

"With The Losers coming to its huge climax and the opportunity for other projects both with Vertigo and the DCU coming up, it seemed a perfect time to continue working with DC," Jock said. "I really couldn't have hoped for anything more from working with my editors."

Porter has had runs on The Flash and JLA. His next project is Jonny Quest.

"It's a pleasure to continue making comics with DC and working with the great (editor) Joey Cavalieri," Porter said. "I am striving to make the next few years my most creative ones yet."



* The Australian pop duo The Veronicas will appear in Archie Comics' Veronica #167 on Dec. 28. In "What's in a Name?," Veronica spots the tour bus of Jess and Lisa Origliasso stranded on the side of the highway and offers to take the rock duo to their concert in Riverdale. The three girls become fast friends and it isn't long before Veronica is introducing Jess and Lisa to all her friends in Riverdale.

* Following a run on Cinemax, the Elektra movie will debut on HBO on Jan. 28.

* DC Comics is reporting that All Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder #2 has sold out. DC said it has no plans to go back to press on the issue.

* Gunpowder Press has announced its new title, The Black Coat, is being published by Speakeasy Comics. The Black Coat starts with a 4 issue mini-series entitled "A Call to Arms," that will be available in early 2006. The book is written by Adam Cogan and Ben Lichius, with

Here's how Speakeasy describes the book:

"The Black Coat is an exciting tale of espionage and occult adventure set in New York City during the volatile days of the American Revolution. To crush the colonial rebellion and set an example for the rest of the world, the British have enlisted the aid of 'The League,' a treacherous secret society whose members plan to use their occult powers to menace the colonies in their darkest hour. Assisted by his network of agents, the fledgling nation's only hope is the mysterious masked spy known as 'The Black Coat.'"

* Coming Wednesday: Marvel 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.

* Thursday, Nov. 3: Superman Returns, First Looks, Red Sonja trading cards and Claypool Comics for February.

* Wednesday, Nov. 2: Fantastic Four animated, Marvel and DC First Looks, Cartoon Network schedule and Ultimates' traitor.

* Tuesday, Nov. 1: DC news roundup, Marvel and Alias First Looks and Amazing Spider-Man.

* Monday, Oct. 31: Ghost Rider movie's Blackheart, Ultimate X-Men, new Star Wars comic and Fell goes back to press.

* Friday, Oct. 28: Ultimate Avengers, Stephen King at Marvel, Smallville and The Simpsons.

* Wednesday, Oct. 26: Marvel First Looks, Smallville and more.

* Tuesday, Oct. 25: Smallville trading cards, DC First Looks, Magdalena movie, Justice League Unlimited, The Batman, Blue Water's upcoming projects, Dreamwave's editorial team, Peter David on Fallen Angel and Archie Comics for January.

* 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. Free Shipping on orders $40 and above.

* 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.

* 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.

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