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The cover to Hawkgirl #54 teased it, but series artist Howard Chaykin confirmed it on Saturday at the Pittsburgh Comicon.

"We're going to be bringing Hawkman back," Chaykin said. "He will be back soon, soon-ish...we're going to start the reintroduction soon."

Chaykin and Firestorm artist Jamal Igle were the only guests for the DC: One Year Later panel.

For full coverage of the panel, CLICK HERE.


To coincide with the December broadcast premiere of the sequel to Turner Network Television TNT's Librarian: Quest of the Spear, Electric Entertainment has signed an exclusive worldwide agreement with Atlantis Studios to produce a graphic novel adaptation of the sequel and produce an original comic book series based on the characters from the two films.

The sequel, entitled The Librarian: Return to King Solomonšs Mines, continues the adventures of Flynn Carson, a man charged with protecting a repository of humanity's greatest secrets, all hidden beneath the monolithic Metropolitan Library from the forces of evil who, if given the chance, would use the priceless treasures for their nefarious plans.

The Librarian comic-book series will be produced by Atlanta-based Atlantis Studios, a company specializing in the production of comics and graphic novels based on science fiction, fantasy, and action-adventure licensed properties. The comic series will follow Flynn's adventures across the globe, and introduce new characters and artifacts suggested by the first two films.

"Comics are great opportunities to explore mythology, history, and each character in a way we could never do on film," said The Librarian executive producer Dean Devlin. "There are thousands of artifacts in the Library -- each one a new adventure. Based on the response we've had from the first film, fans of all ages loved the characters and want to see more. This series will give it to them."

The adaptation of The Librarian: Return to Solomon's Mines is targeted for late November.

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The WB has released a description to "Vessel," the season finale of Smallville set to air on Thursday, May 11.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Brainiac (guest star James Marsters) unleashes a deadly virus, which will kill millions of people, and refuses to give Clark (Tom Welling) the vaccine unless he agrees to release General Zod. Clark turns to Lionel (John Glover), who once again channels Jor-El. Meanwhile, Lex (Michael Rosenbaum) is stunned by his newfound powers and shares the discovery with Lana (Kristin Kreuk), who decides to stand by her new man, unaware of the shocking turn Lex's life is about to take due to Brainiac's evil machinations."

The episode was written by Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders and was directed by James Marshall.


* Above is a first look at covers, with trade dress, to upcoming Marvel Comics titles X-Men: The 198 #5, Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #12, She-Hulk #8, Spider-Girl #96 and Thunderbolts #102. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.


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

* Tuesday, April 18: Marvel Comics for July, Marvel Comics First Looks and IDW sell-outs.

* Monday, April 17: DC Comics for July, Image Comics for July, Archie Comics for July and Moon Knight.

* Sunday, April 16: Absolute Dark Knight, Ultimate Avengers and Emily Edison.

* Saturday, April 15: The Simpsons, Smallville, Legion of Super Heroes animated and Transformers: Evolutions.

* Friday, April 14: Storm's wedding dress, Superman movies on Cinemax, Family Guy, Aspen Comics for July, Big Bang Comics and March sales figures.

* Thursday, April 13: DB Pro for July, Moonstone Books for August, Justice League Unlimited, Tom DeFalco press conference, Archie First Looks and DC Comics' second printings.

* Wednesday, April 12: Superman Returns, DC Comics' second printings, Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, April 11: X-Men: The Last Stand, Marvel First Looks, Marvel Legends and Skye Runner.

* Monday, April 10: Dark Horse Comics for July, X-Men: The Last Stand, Heroes for Hire artist and White Tiger artist.

* Sunday, April 9: Justice League Unlimited, Heroes for Hire, V for Vendetta and Smallville.

* Saturday, April 8: Batman movies on HBO, Heroic Publishing for July and First Looks.

* Friday, April 7: Superman Returns, Civil War press conference, Justice League Unlimited, Smallville, Boom! Studios for July and Claypool Comics for July.

* Thursday, April 6: Fantastic Four sequel, X-Men: The Last Stand, Smallville and The Batman.

* Wednesday, April 5: Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks, X-Men: The Last Stand, G.I. Joe: Declassified and Astonishing X-Men.

* Tuesday, April 4: Fantastic Four animated series, X-Men: The Last Stand, Superman Returns, Diamond Select Toys, Ultimate Fantastic Four and First Looks.

* Monday, April 3: McFarlane Productions' projects, Amazing Spider-Man, X-Men: The Last Stand, Smallville and IDW First Looks.

* Sunday, April 2: Smallville, V for Vendetta and First Looks.

* Saturday, April 1: Ultimate Avengers and First Looks.

* Friday, March 31: 300 Video Journal, Superman Returns, Annihilation: Ronan, Fantastic Four and Red Sonja.

* Thursday, March 30: Krypto the Superdog, Ms. Marvel, Aquaman TV pilot, First Looks and Cyberforce.

* Wednesday, March 29: Teen Titans, Marvel First Looks, DC First Looks, Marvel/Panini deal and Devil's Due.

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