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The Continuum has obtained a first look at Frank Cho's cover to Ms. Marvel #5, which will go on sale in July from Marvel Comics.

The issue -- written by Brian Reed with art by Roberto De La Torre -- will continue a guest appearance by Doctor Strange.

Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

"Time travel. Alternate realities. Time traveling in alternate realities while fighting evil sorcerer, Warren Traveler. Ms. Marvel could use all the help she can get! Thank goodness special guest star Doctor Strange is around to help!"

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Look for Layla Miller to have a codename by the end of X-Factor #6.

On Thursday, Marvel Comics announced that the mystery of Layla Miller will be revealed in the issue.

X-Factor #6, written by Peter David, with art by Dennis Calero and Jose Villarrubia, will go on sale on April 26.

Here's how Marvel describes the story, titled "The Bufferfly Defect."

"We first caught a glimpse of Layla Miller in the House of M, but what is revealed about her is something that neither X-Factor nor its faithful readers could ever have expected.

"Plus, witness the aftermath of Sirynıs brutal confrontation from last issue, Guido decides to go jogging, and an uninvited and unexpected doctor makes a house call."

Davis said that Mr. Tryp's connection with Jamie Madrox will be made evident in X-Factor #7.

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Top Cow Productions has announced that all three covers of Cyberforce #1 have sold out.

According to Top Cow, it will " will closely monitor the market and retailer demand to determine if a second print will be forthcoming."

The series' relaunch is written by Ron Marz, with art by Pat Lee.

"While it's absolutely gratifying to have a sell-out, especially less than a week after issue #1 went on sale, we're truthfully just getting started," Marz said. "Pat and I both feel like we're only beginning to hit our stride on Cyberforce, so the best is definitely yet to come as the rest of the first story arc unfolds."

The second issue will be in stores on April 19 and features covers by Lee and Marc Silvestri.


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Titles include G.I. Joe: America's Elite #10 and Rumble Pak #1 from Devil's Due Publishing, Daredevil #84 from Marvel Comics, Jughed & Friends Digest #10 from Archie Comics and Gargoyles #1 from SLG Publishing.

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TightLip Entertainment has announced Monster Squad as its third title, following Freedom Three and Deep Blue.

The cover of Monster Squad #1 pays homage to Peter Costanza.

"Peter Costanza gave me an appetite for comic book art and stories back during his era," Monster Squad writer Rick Olney said. "Are there any artists today that can boldly assert that? I think it is debatable. Today's artists, with few exception, cater to what they're told is the style and approach to maintaining a readership within a title. Least wise in the larger venue of making comic books."

The cover is penciled by Cesar Feliciano, with inks by Jim Tournas and colors by Dash martin.

Here's how TightLip describes the book:

"The mysterious leader of Monster Squad, Magnus Grimoire, has gathered the misunderstood monsters: Howler, Merlin, Frankenborg, Kid Mummy, Gargirl and the Spook to save mankind...and along the way find their own humanity."

The first issue is targeted for this summer.


The Continuum has obtained a rundown of Krypto the Superdog episodes on Cartoon Network from April 3-30.

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

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Filming of Mercy Reef, the television pilot movie featuring DC Comics' Aquaman, is expected to wrap on Saturday in Florida.

"It is going great," executive producer Al Gough told The Continuum.

The pilot is for a potential series on The CW, which is the new network starting next fall that merges The WB and UPN.

Gough wrote the pilot with partner and fellow executive producer Miles Millar. It is directed by Greg Beeman.

Justin Hartley stars in the lead role, and the cast includes Denise Quinones and Ving Rhames.


* Above is a first look at the covers, with trade dress, to Astonishing X-Men #14, Avengers and Power Pack Assemble! #1, Squadron Supreme #2, Thing #8 and She-Hulk #7. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

* Look for Wonder Woman to be featured in a big event from DC Comics following Infinite Crisis.

* V for Vendetta star Natalie Portman's appearance on Late Show with David Letterman will be rebroadcast on CBS on Wednesday.

* Coming Friday: Movie 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.

* Saturday, March 25:Ultimate Avengers, First Looks, E-Man Returns and Trailer Park of Terror.

* 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.

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