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Friday, December 23, 2005


Lee Thompson Young is playing Cyborg in an upcoming episode of The WB's Smallville, The Continuum has learned.

Young, 21, starred for three seasons in Disney Channel's The Famous Jett Jackson. He also appeared in the film Friday Night Lights and will be in the upcoming series South Beach.

His other TV guest spots include Jake 2.0 and The Guardian and he has provided voice roles for The Proud Family and Xiaolin Showdown.

The "Cyborg" episode of Smallville will likely air during the February sweeps.


The Ultimate Avengers movie was recently screened, and those involved with the project came away happy.

"I finally got to see the finished product, and loved it," writer Greg Johnson told The Continuum. " Great care and attention was given to the production, and watching it in high def with the stellar music and powerful sound design made it a real treat. It's definitely a must-have for any Marvel fan."

"Without giving too much away I can definitely say that the fans will be very saitisfied," said co-director/designer Steve Gordon. "It definitely achieves a much higher quality level of animation and storytelling than either X-Men:TAS or Spider-Man:TAS and equal or better in many ways to X-M:E too -- and you know how high a regard I hold that show.

"One of the things I most feared was whether or not the overseas studio would be able to handle my character designs - I breathed a huge sigh of relief. While I might quibble about certain specifics I think overall they captured the feel of what I designed."

Johnson is currently working on the Wolverine and the X-Men animated series, and Gordon is working on the direct-to-DVD Stan Lee Presents The Condor from IDT Entertainment/Film Roman.



Narwain Publishing has announced a March release for Neptune, a graphic novel written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, with art by Wellington Dias.

Here's how Narwain describes the book:

"The delicate treaty between surface world and the submerged city of Atlantis is jeopardized when a super villain terrorist tries to launch a war that will bring him power over the earth. One man, possessing the power of the god Neptune, must stop him.

"Neptune features political intrigue, super villains, terrorists, spies, giant sea monsters, strange new sciences and a lawless border town in the middle of the ocean."

Palmiotti said he's happy to be working with Narwain: "We're very excited that Narwain has let us create something from scratch and be totally involved with ever aspect of the book. Also, Narwain is launching this in several markets around the world simultaneously which is a big plus."

The book will be 48 pages and will cost $5.99.

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For covers and three- to four-page previews of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores on Jan. 18, CLICK HERE.

Titles include New Mangaverse #1, X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl #1 and Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1.

Look for more First Looks on Saturday here in The Continuum.

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For covers and five-page previews of upcoming Image Comics titles, CLICK HERE.

Titles include The Portent #1 and Retro Rocket #1.

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* Above are six more images from Spike TV's Blade pilot movie. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

* To the right is a first look at Destroyer, one of the titles Open Books Press has planned for its SMASH! Comics line in 2006. The cover art is by Kiro. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.

* McFarlane Toys has announced a June release for Spawn Series 29. The line will include two Spawns, The Disciple, Thamuz, Zera and Man of Miracles.

* Coming Saturday: Animation 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.

* Saturday, Dec. 17: Street Fighter, X3 and First Looks.

* Friday, Dec. 16: Image Comics for March, Avatar Press for March, Image Comics First Looks, November sales and UDON's Raw Editions.

* Thursday, Dec. 15: X3, Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks and Ghost Rider movie.

* Wednesday, Dec. 14: Marvel solicitations for March, Wolverine and the X-Men animated series and Teen Titans and Krypto schedules for January. Save up to 75% off your new comics!

* Tuesday, Dec. 13: Witchblade movies, Marvel's Annihilation, Teen Titans, The Batman, Alias' Twin Blades, Marvel First Looks and Oni Press for March.

* Monday, Dec. 12: DC Comics for March, Blade TV, Cyborg on Smallville, Neal Adams covers Green Lantern and Dave Sim on Gun Fu.

* Saturday, Dec. 10: Teen Titans, Cyberforce and Archie news.

* Friday, Dec. 9: Painkiller Jane's Emmanuelle Vaugier, Marvel toys, Timothy Truman on Conan and Marvel First Looks.

* Thursday, Dec. 8: Fantastic Four movie toys, X3, Image Comics First Looks and Batman Beyond and Justice League DVDs.

* Wednesday, Dec. 7: Dark Horse Comics for March, Moonstone books for April, Sin City sequel, V for Vendetta images and Constantine on Cinemax.

* Tuesday, Dec. 6: IDW Publishing for March, Marvel news.

* Monday, Dec. 5: X3 images, Fantastic Four sequel, Heroic Publishing for March and 360ep's 7-cent issue.

* Saturday, Dec. 3: Kelsey Grammer talks Isis movie, The Batman, Claypool Comics for March and First Looks.

* Friday, Dec. 2: X3, Transformers and Devil's Due First Looks.

* Thursday, Dec. 1: X3, Marvel First Looks, Paul Jenkins exclusive to Marvel, Pang Bros. on Darkness movie and DC Comics stamps.

* Wednesday, Nov. 30: Marvel, Image and Dark Horse First Looks, The Simpsons DVD and Paul Storrie writes The Muse.

* Tuesday, Nov. 29: Ultimate Avengers' Captain America, The Batman and Lois & Clark DVDs, Iron Man: The Inevitable, DC Comics First Looks and Alias Comics' solicitations for February.

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