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Sci Fi Channel has released nine images from the upcoming "Torn" episode of Battlestar Galactica.

"Torn" is the fifth episode of the third season and is scheduled to air on Friday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m.

The network has yet to release a description for the episode.

Featured in the images are atee Sackhoff as Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, Edward James Olmos as Commander William Adama, Michael Hogan as Col. Saul Tigh, Jamie Bamber as Lee "Apollo" Adama, James Callis as Dr. Gaius Baltar, Tricia Helfer as Number Six, Lucy Lawless as D'anna Biers and Grace Park as Sharon Valerii.

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Fox has released a promotional image from "G.I. D'oh," the Sunday, Nov. 12 episode of The Simpsons.

The episode guest-stars Kiefer Sutherland of Fox's 24.

Here's how Fox describes the episode:

"After Bart gets out of a commitment to join the Army at 18, Homer falls prey to a couple of Army recruiters and lands himself in basic training. Homer, of course, treats this like summer camp and infuriates his hard-nosed colonel (Sutherland) when he is unfazed by the constant hazing and humiliation."

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IDW Publishing's Transformers Spotlight five-part series continues in December with Transformers Spotlight: Sixshot.

The 32-page one-shot is written by Simon Furman with art by Rob Ruffolo. It follows Spotlight issues featuring Shockwave, Nightbeat and Hot Rod.

Here's how IDW describes the book:

An often-feared purveyor of unmatched destruction, Sixshot finds himself isolated and wishing for battle, but he doesnıt have to wait long. Events soon lead him to the distant, war-torn planet of Mumu-Obscura in search of his former partners in destruction, the Terrorcons. But only after dealing with The Reapers will Sixshot learn the fate of his fellow Decepticons, and in doing so uncover secrets to his own destructive tendencies."

"I went out of my way to defy as many expectations as possible in this series, and that included tackling a character I'd never written before -- Sixshot!" Furman said. "Mind you, the possibilities apparent in this multi-transforming living weapon now make me wonder how Iıd managed not to do a Sixshot story in the many, many hundreds of pages of Transformers comics that Iıve done."

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Ape Entertainment has announced the addition of horror series Nightmare World to its list of 2007 titles.

Nightmare World will be a four issue limited-series that will feature 12 stories from the Nightmare World web site (, including two early stories completely re-illustrated by their original art teams.

Keeping with the series E.C. Comics inspiration, each story will be introduced by a full-sized version of its original cover along with a brand-new "horror host" style introduction by series creator Dirk Manning.

"Being a fan of online version of Nightmare World for years I have watch the series twist and contort into one of the best on-line horror comics available," said Brent E. Erwin, Ape Entertainment's co-publisher. "It is our pleasure to welcome Dirk Manning and the Nightmare World crew into Ape Entertainment family of titles." Manning has nearly four years of weekly updates and a catalogue of more than 350 pages.

"We've been giving readers a brand new eight-page Nightmare World story every month for almost four years now," Manning said.

As a bonus, the covers to the four issues will connect to form a giant "13th" story.

"The 13th story is one giant image that will answer a question raised both by the stories selected for this volume as well as long-time readers," Manning said. "I don't want to go into too many details of course, but I will say that it involves the Cthulhu and Armageddon subplots quite heavily."


Warner Home Video has provided The Continuum a preview of Krypto the Superdog Volume 2 DVD collection, due in stores on Oct. 24.

The DVD will include five episodes and will carry a suggested price of $14.97.

Episodes featured are:

* "The Streaky Story," written by Jennifer Evans Gardner and directed by Scott Jeralds.

* "Diaper Madness," written by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini and directed by Scott Jeralds.

* "Feline Fatale," written by Tim Cahill and Julie McNally Cahill and directed by Scott Jeralds.

* "Dog-Gone Kevin," written by John Loy and directed by Scott Jeralds.

* "The Dark Hound Strikes," written by Paul Dini and directed by Scott Jeralds.

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* Spider-Man 3 star Kirsten Dunst will appear on NBC's Today on Tuesday.

* "Wither," last Thursday's episode of The CW's Smallville, gained in ratings from the previous week, according to the network. The episode had 4.9 million viewers.

Compared to last week, Smallville gained 9 percent in adults 18-34, 10 percent in adults 18-49, 33 percent in women 18-34, 11 percent in women 18-49 and 9 percent in viewers. Smallville hit its season best performance in women 18-34.

* Hugh Jackman, Wolverine in the X-Men movies and star of the upcoming The Fountain, will be a guest on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday.

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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, October 9: Aspen Comics for December, Image Comics First Looks, Justice League Unlimited and The Simpsons.

* Sunday, October 8: Spike TV's Scream Awards, Hellboy and First Looks.

* Saturday, October 7: Smallville, Heroes, Battlestar Galactica and Top Cow's Freshmen II.

* Friday, October 6: Superman Returns video game, IDW Publishing lands Star Trek, Thunderbolts and Dynamite First Looks.

* Thursday, October 5: Dark Horse Comics for January, X-Men: the Last Stand, Spider-Man 3, Transformers: The Movie and DC First Looks.

* Wednesday, October 4: Marvel First Looks, Heroes, Virgin's Seven Brothers and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, October 3: Heroes, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Civil War #2 second printing, Love and Capes, Image First Looks and DC First Looks.

* Monday, October 2: Allison Mack on The Batman, Pasqual Ferry's New Avengers and Bluewater Productions for December.

* Sunday, October 1: Battlestar Galactica, Deadworld, First Looks and X-Men.

* Saturday, September 30: Fantastic Four episodes, Cartoon Network for October, The Darkness and First Looks.

* Friday, September 29: Robert Downey Jr. cast as Iron Man, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer's Doug Jones, Smallville's "Arrow" episode, Hellboy: Sword of Storms on Cartoon Network, Avatar Press for December, First Looks and Spike TV cancels Blade: The Series.

* Thursday, September 28: Legion of Super Heroes, Superman Returns, Image Comics' Lower Orbit, Archie First Looks, DC First Looks and Marvel/Bullet Points press conference.

* Wednesday, September 27: Occult Crime Taskforce movie, Marvel First Looks, Diamond Select Toys and Smallville.

* Tuesday, September 26: Heroes, Fear Agent to Dark Horse, The Scribbler, Batman Beyond and Marvel First Looks.

* Monday, September 25: Legion of Super Heroes' Andy Milder, Justice League Unlimited DVD and Image First Looks.

* Sunday, September 24: Heroes, Image's The Nightly News and Casper on Cartoon Network.

* Saturday, September 23: Smallville, Image Comics' Drain, Dark Horse First Looks and Fantastic Four.

* Friday, September 22: The Batman Season 4, Superman DVDs, Oni Press for December, IDW's Dick Tracy, Scary Godmother and First Looks.

* Thursday, September 21: Smallville, Legion of Super Heroes, Arcana Studio for December, Marvel First Looks and Archie First Looks.

* Wednesday, September 20: Image Comics for December, Devil's Due for September, DC First Looks, Marvel First Looks, Image First Looks and Ron Marz's Russian Sunset.

* Tuesday, September 19: Marvel Comics for December, Heroes, Supergirl and X-Men: Phoenix -- Warsong.

* Monday, September 18: Smallville, DC Comics for December, IDW Publishing for December, Archie Comics for December, Legion of Super Heroes, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, First Looks and August sales.

* Sunday, September 17: IDW's 24: Nightfall, Smallville and Josh Howard's Viper titles.

* Saturday, September 16: Heroes, First Looks and solicitations.

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