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For covers and five- to 11-page previews of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores on April 5, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Annihilation: Silver Surfer #1, Book of Lost Souls #6, Marvel Team-Up #19, Marvel Zombies #5, New Excalibur #6, Moon Knight #1, Ultimate X-Men #69, X-Men: Unlimited #14, X-Men: Apocalypse/Dracula #3, X-Men: The End -- Men and X-Men #4 and Young Avengers #11.

Look for more First Looks on Thursday.



For covers and five-page previews of DC Comics titles arriving in stores on April 5, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Batman and the Monster Men #6, Batman: Secrets #2, Ex Machina #19, Exterminators #4, Jonah Hex #6, Justice League Unlimited #20, Swamp Thing #26, Team Zero #5 and Thunderbolt Jaxon #3.


Devil's Due Publishing on Wednesday announced a July launch for Dragonlance Chronicles: Dragons of Winter Night, as well as the release of Dragonlance Chronicles Vol. I: Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Hardback Edition.

The troubled world of Krynn returns in a four-issue, bi-monthly series of 48-page comic books.

Dragons of Winter Night retells the second installment of the trilogy of novels by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, published by Wizards of the Coast.

It will be adapted by Andrew Dabb and illustrated by Steve Kurth, with two covers.

"Fans went wild when they saw the first of the books that brought so many of us to the fantasy genre translated into the comics medium," said Josh Blaylock, president of Devil's Due Publishing. "In the second installment, the trouble in Krynn begins to spread in earnest creating stellar action sequences and beautifully rendered landscapes that made the first series such a hit. I think even die-hard fans will be pleased with the way wešve put this amazing piece of work on the comics page."

Here's how Devil's Due describes the issue:

"They won their first real battle in the war for Krynn, but the war has only just begun for the companions! Friendships born in conflict will be torn apart. Hope will rest on the shoulders of a disgraced knight and his two inexperienced companions. The presence of the hordes of the Queen of Dragons have been revealed to the people of Krynn, and now they must struggle to put aside their racial differences to come together... if they are to have any hope of saving their precious land."

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Panini and Marvel Entertainment announced on Wednesday that they have renewed and expanded their existing publishing agreement for Marvel Comics under which Panini retains a master license for Europe and selected Latin American countries to translate and publish all comics, trade paperbacks, graphic novels, encyclopaedias and art books released by Marvel in the United States.

The new agreement was announced by Marco Lupoi, Panini Group Publishing Director and Bruno Maglione, President of Marvel Entertainment International.

Notable in the new agreement is an ambitious expansion of editorial projects where Panini will originate new content under the creative supervision of Marvel.

Panini will continue to develop the top-selling Spectacular Spider-Man and Marvel Rampage children's magazines and spin these out to the rest of the licensed territories in a variety of new formats including hardcover books and digests.

Additionally, Panini will originate a third magazine aimed at younger readers and will develop new short Marvel comic strip stories for syndication in newspapers and periodicals throughout the license territory.

Panini will also publish a series of selected new Marvel projects aimed primarily at the international market, including:

* An X-Men mini-series and a Young Dr Strange mini-series produced by Red Whale, artists of the Disney W.I.T.C.H. title and creators of the Monster Allergy comics.

* A Women of The X-Men graphic novel written by Chris Claremont and illustrated by top-selling European artist Milo Manara

* A Wolverine graphic novel written by Jean-David Morvan with art by Philippe Buchet, two of the main stars of the French comic-book industry and authors of the series Sillage.

* A Daredevil/Captain America graphic novel written by Tito Faraci and drawn by Claudio Villa, artist of Italy's top-selling title, Tex.

* A complete collection of Stan Lee and John Romitašs Spider-Man daily strips and Sunday pages, originally published in 1977-1980 and never before re-printed in their totality in book format.


The Continuum has obtained a rundown of Teen Titans episodes on Cartoon Network from April 3-30.

For a rundown, pending changes by the network, CLICK HERE.

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* To the right is a first look at the cover to New Avengers #18. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.

* Coming Thursday: Aquaman news -- and much more!!!


In case you missed The Continuum's recent coverage, here are some links. Click on the date to get the day's full report.

* Friday, March 24:The Simpsons go live-action, Tommy Lee Edwards on Bulletpoints, First Looks and Amazing Spider-Man variant.

* Thursday, March 23: X-Men: The Official Game, Aspen Comics For June, The Batman and Blade: The Series.

* Wednesday, March 22: Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, March 21: DB Pro for June, Gen13's Talent Caldwell, Legion of Super Heroes animation, Witchblade animated and Marvel First Looks. JiGGy.Com - Music T-Shirts & More

* Monday, March 20: From Wizard World L.A.: Blade, Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Universe and Civil War panels.

* Sunday, March 19: V for Vendetta tops box office and, from Wizard World L.A.: DC Universe, WildStorm/Vertigo/CMX and X-Men panels.

* Saturday, March 18: From Wizard World L.A.: Hellboy's Doug Jones, Superman Returns, DC Comics panel, Marvel's Cup 'O Joe panel and Mondo Marvel panel.

* Friday, March 17: February sales, Marvel animation roundup, V for Vendetta, Family Guy and Iron Man press conference.

* Thursday, March 16: Devil's Due for June, Oni Press for June and Smallville.

* Wednesday, March 15: Superman Returns comics, Marvel First Looks and DC First Looks.

* Tuesday, March 14: Marvel Comics for June, Image Comics for June and Marvel First Looks.

* Monday, March 13: DC Comics for June, DC trade paperbacks for July/August, Archie Comics for June, Legion of Super-Heroes animated and First Looks.

* Sunday, March 12: V for Vendetta's Joel Silver, Chris Batista talks 52, Ape Entertainment's U.T.F. and Jenna Meets 100 Girls.

* Saturday, March 11: Superman DVDs, Smallville, The Simpsons and Dark Horse First Looks.

* Friday, March 10: Justice League Unlimited, Marvel Comics First Looks, Narwain's Miserere and Dead @17.

* Thursday, March 9: Legion of Super Heroes animated, Superman DVDs, Aspen Comics' Shrugged and First Looks.

* Wednesday, March 8: Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks, Image First Looks and Infinite Crisis.

* Tuesday, March 7: Dark Horse Comics for June, Batman Begins on HBO, Marvel's Fantastic Four press conference, Marvel Comics First Look and Moonstone books for July.

* Monday, March 6: Superman Returns, Image Comics First Looks, Devil's Due trade paperbacks and Street Sessions.

* Sunday, March 5: X-Men: The Last Stand, Kevin Maguire talks Batman and First Looks.

* Saturday, March 4: Superman Returns, Marvel animation, Heroic Publishing for June and First Looks.

* Friday, March 3: Eternals, Marshall Rogers on Black Rider, Doctor Strange, Justice League Unlimited, New Avengers: Illuminati and Devil's Due First Looks.

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