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DC Comics has released its solicitations for May.

For a rundown, with cover images, CLICK HERE.

For a rundown of upcoming DC Direct products, with images, CLICK HERE.

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Brandon Routh, star of Superman Returns, and director Bryan Singer staged a news conference following the Warner Bros. presentation at WonderCon on Saturday.

For an edited transcription of the question-and-answer session, CLICK HERE.

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Appearing at his own panel on Sunday at WonderCon in San Francisco, Frank Miller said he's inked 120 pages of some 200 pages for an original graphic novel called Holy Terror, Batman!

Miller called the book "a propaganda piece" in which "Batman kicks al-Qaeda's ass."

"Superman punched out Hitler, and so did Captain America," Miller said. "It seemed kind of silly for Batman to chase around the Riddler, when you have al-Qaeda out there."

Miller said the book is "very pulpy" and "quite emotional" and features "some of my best art ever."

For more from the panel, including Miller's comments on the Sin City sequel and 300 movie, CLICK HERE.

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Grant Morrison and Jim Lee couldn't stay very long, but had plenty to say about their upcoming collaboration on Wildcats, a bi-monthly ongoing series that starts in August.

For all the highlights from the panel, CLICK HERE.

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Some of comics' current competitive spirit was on display Sunday during DC Comics' Crisis Counseling panel at WonderCon on Sunday.

An audience member told the panelists that he has friends who are Marvel readers and wondered if DC is trying to make its books more like Marvel's.

The question was met with a resounding "no."

"I've worked with DC Comics for more than 20 years and the worst mistakes have been we try to be like other companies we're not, like Image or Marvel," Mark Waid said. "You innovate, not imitate."

"I'm not sure Marvel knows what Marvel is any more," Grant Morrison said.

"I want to be the underdog," Geoff Johns said. "And I want to kick their ass this year."

For more from the panel, which included a full reveal of the cover to Infinite Crisis #5, CLICK HERE.


Marvel Comics on Monday released the first preview pages New Avengers: Illuminati, a book that launches into both the Planet Hulk and Civil War events.

The 48-page book is written by Brian Michael Bendis, with art by Alex Maleev and a cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto.

It goes on sale on March 29.

Also above is a page from Incredible Hulk #92. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.


* Katy Keene is returning in Archie & Friends #101, on sale on June 13, in a story written and drawn by Andrew Pepoy.

Here's how Archie Comics describes the stories:

"An appearance at the 'VTV Movie Awards' affords Katy the opportunity to fill reporters in on the exciting turns her career has taken. In the process, comic book readers will be reintroduced to some of Katy's old friends, as well as some new people in this glamour girl's life. Donšt miss all the fashionable fun as Katy Keene meets the Veronicas."

Click on the thumbnails for larger images and look for Archie Comics' solicitations for May on Tuesday here in The Continuum.

* Coming Tuesday: DC 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.

* Wednesday, Feb. 8: Mike Deodato's New Avengers and First Looks from Marvel, DC and Image.

* Tuesday, Feb. 7: Supergirl, The Batman, Dark Horse and DC First Looks and Moonstone Books for June.

* 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. Save up to 75% off your new comics!

* 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.

* 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.

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