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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola said he is pleased with the development of the two Hellboy animated movies.

"I helped with the stories and I'm happy with the stories and I'm happy with the design," Mignola said at his WonderCon panel on Friday in San Francisco. "So maybe there will be a series."

The two films are from IDT Entertaiment, in partnership with Revolution Studios, and are geared for release on DVD. Mignola said they might air on Cartoon Network first, although they are not currently scheduled.

Mignola said that, like the Batman franchise did, the Hellboy animated universe will be separate from that of the comics and that of the live-action movies.

For more from the panel, CLICK HERE.

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Image Comics will release The Art of Brian Bolland in May, the publisher announced at its panel on Friday at WonderCon in San Francisco.

The 176-page book will be hardcover.

For more from the panel, including comments from Frank Cho, Erik Larsen, Rick Remender and others, as well as 10 new images, CLICK HERE.


Fables, Fables and more Fables.

DC Comics' Vertigo presentation at WonderCon Friday in San Francisco featured a new Fables hardcover, a spin-off series and a milestone issue in the monthly book.

For all the highlights from the panel and more than a dozen new images, CLICK HERE.


The Goon's Eric Powell and Strangers in Paradise's Terry Moore will be contributing to Bongo Comics' next Treehouse of Horror book and Paul Dini is writing a holiday story, the publisher announced on Friday during its panel at WonderCon.

For all the highlights from the panel CLICK HERE.


The Stardust Kid comic book will move from Image Comics to fledgling Boom! Studios, publisher Ross Richie announced on Friday at the Boom! Studios panel at WonderCon in San Francisco.

The Stardust Kid is written by J.M. DeMatteis and drawn by Mike Ploog. Issues #1-3 came from Image, and Richie said the final two issues of the mini-series will come from Boom!.

"These creators have worked in comics for 30 years and I'm really excited to have them here," Richie said.

DeMatteis has a history with Boom!, writing Hero Squared with Keith Giffen.

For all the highlights from the panel CLICK HERE.

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Incredible Hulk #92, the first issue of the "Planet Hulk" event, has sold out at Diamond, Marvel Comics reported on Friday.

According to the publisher, there are no plans to go back to press on the issue.

Marvel also released preview pages from Incredible Hulk #93, written by Greg Pak, with art by Carlo Pagulayan and a cover by Ladronn.

Here's how Marvel describes the issue, which goes on sale on March 22.

"Stranded on an alien planet and thrown into the Imperial Arena to fight as a gladiator, the Hulk seizes the opportunity to smash with abandon. But inspired by the Hulk's defiance of the corrupt Red King, a group of rebels try to break him out of captivity. Will the Hulk join the rebels' cause? Or will he lead his fellow gladiators to claim the glory offered by the arena?"

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* Here's a first look at the cover to New Avengers: Illuminati, on sale on March 29. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.

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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, Feb. 6: X-Men movie game, Spider-Man 3's Captain Stacy, Aspen Comics for May and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

* Sunday, Feb. 5: Sin City, Heroic Publishing for May and Doctor Strange movie.

* Saturday, Feb. 4: Smallville, Alias' Valkyries and First Looks.

* Friday, Feb. 3: Dark Horse Comics for May, First Looks and Death, Jr. returns.

* Thursday, Feb. 2: Smallville's Cyborg, Marvel and Devil's Due First Looks and Infinite Crisis.

* Wednesday, Feb. 1: Spider-Man 3's Gwen Stacy, Marvel and DC First Looks and SLG's Tron.

* Tuesday, Jan. 31: Blade, IDW Publishing for May, Claypool Comics for May, The Batman, DC trade paperbacks for June, Rex Mundi and The Simpsons.

* Monday, Jan. 30: Spider-Man's new costume, Infinite Crisis, Smallville, Image's Death Dealer and First Looks. Save up to 75% off your new comics!

* Sunday, Jan. 29: Krypto, Smallville and Dark Horse First Looks.

* Saturday, Jan. 28: Smallville, Teen Titans, Star Wars: Rebellion and First Looks.

* Friday, Jan. 27: Smallville, Image Comics First Looks, Devil's Due First Looks and Sam Kieth's My Inner Bimbo.

* Thursday, Jan. 26: Black Panther/Storm wedding, DC Comics' 52, V for Vendetta, New Universe preview and Marvel and DC First Looks.

* Wednesday, Jan. 25: X-Men: The Last Stand, Smallville, Justice League Unlimited, Spider-Man and Marvel and DC First Looks.

* Tuesday, Jan. 24: Superman: Brainiac Attacks, WB/UPN merger, Marvel movies, Cannon Hawke, Necromancer, Devil's Due for April and Alias Comics for April.

* Monday, Jan. 23: Diamond Select, Ms. Marvel, Marvel's Western event, Ultraviolet images and Image First Looks.

* Sunday, Jan. 22: Aquaman on TV, First Looks and Bongo Comics for April.

* Saturday, Jan. 21: X-Men: The Last Stand, HBO/Cinemax for March, Narwain's Albert and First Looks.

* Friday, Jan. 20: Superman Returns, 2005 sales, Sensational Spider-Man, Joss Whedon talks Astonishing X-Men, Marvel First Looks and Devil's Due First Looks.

* Thursday, Jan. 19: Jim Valentino on ShadowHawk, Spider-Man 3, Archie Comics for April, Aspen Comics for April, IDW First Looks, Marvel First Looks and Image First Looks.

* Wednesday, Jan. 18: X-Men, Marvel Knights, Marvel and DC First Looks and Oni Press for April.

* Tuesday, Jan. 17: Marvel Comics for April, Golden Globes, Dan Jurgens exclusive to DC, Family Guy at Devil's Due, Alias and Image First Looks.

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