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MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2007

COMING TUESDAY

Marvel Comics for June -- and much more!!!

DC COMICS FOR JUNE

DC Comics has released its solicitations for June.

For a rundown, with images, CLICK HERE.

For upcoming DC Direct releases, CLICK HERE.

For previously published June solicitations, click on the publishers' names below for the listings.

* Aspen Comics.

* Avatar Press.

* BlueWater Productions.

* Devil's Due Publishing.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* Heroic Publishing.

* IDW Publishing.

* Moonstone Books.

* TwoMorrows Publishing.

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WIZARD WORLD LOS ANGELES: DOUG JONES

Appearing at Wizard World Los Angeles on Saturday, Doug Jones told The Continuum that he will be providing the voice as well as physical performance for Abe Sapien in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army.

"We start in May, and I can't wait," said Jones, who was dubbed over by David Hyde Pierce in the first Hellboy film. "We're filming in Budapest and I'll probably be there for five or six months."

Jones said that in addition to Abe Sapien, he will also be playing Angel of Death and The Chamberlain in the sequel.

Jones said he's looking forward to working with director Guillermo del Toro again. The frequent collaborators most recently worked on Pan's Labyrinth.

"I love that man," Jones said. "If he told me to crap on film, I'd do it, and then he'd make something artistic out of it."

While he will be providing the voice of Abe Sapien, Jones said he still doesn't know if his voice will be used for Silver Surfer in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. He said a decision is expected soon.

"I really, really love that chraacter," he said of the Silver. "Unfortunately, it doesn't look like I'll be around for the premiere because of Hellboy."



WIZARD WORLD LOS ANGELES: HEROES PANEL

The most-attended panel at Wizard World Los Angeles over the weekend was the Heroes panel, as creator Tim Kring and his staff staged a question-and-answer sessions.

For a rundown of highlights from the panel, CLICK HERE.

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WIZARD WORLD LOS ANGELES: KISS COMICS PANEL

With a world record for the largest comic book secured, KISS' Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley promoted their new Platinum Studios' series KISS 4K at Wizard World Los Angeles on Saturday.

They were joined on a panel by Platinum's Scott Rosenberg and the series' writer, Ricky Sprague.

For a rundown of highlights from the panel, CLICK HERE.

For Simmons' appearance at the IDW Publishing panel, CLICK HERE.

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WIZARD WORLD LOS ANGELES: MAN OF ACTION STUDIOS PANEL

Man of Action Studios, the creators of Cartoon Network's Ben 10, on Saturday at its panel at Wizard World Los Angeles announced The 7Cs, a co-production venture with SAMG Animation, a Seoul-based 3D digital animation production company.

The 7Cs is described as "a high-energy action adventure show set in the mysterious and unpredictable Bermuda Triangle where a misfit group of heroes battle aliens, monsters, evil geniuses (and even worse!) as they try to unravel the mysteries of a talking sword and ultimately find their way home."

Man of Action -- Duncan Rouleau, Steven Seagle, Joe Casey and Joe Kelly -- offered a preview of the project at the panel.

"It's been a fantastic process for us to be working with SAMG," Kelly said.

The 7Cs will be shopped at MipTV in April.

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300 TOPS BOX OFFICE AGAIN

300 easily topped the box office for a second consecutive weekend. The adapation of Frank Miller's graphic novel pulled in an estimated $31.1 million to boost its total to $127.4 million.

After a record-setting debut weekend, 300 nearly doubled its closest competitor last weekend. Wild Hogs was second with $18.8 million.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 300 also performed well internationaly, pulling in as estimated $15.6 million over the weekend.

Ghost Rider slipped from fourth to seventh over the weekend with $4.0 million, pushing its total to $110.2 million.

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BRIEFLY

* For the first time in nearly a decade, Top Cow Productions is part of a licensed card game with the release of this month's Powerstorm: Top Cow Edition from Veritas Games.

Powerstorm is a non-collectible, customizable card game that focuses on replicating comic-book battling action.

The inaugural Top Cow set of Powerstorm features characters from Cyberforce and Strykeforce comics, in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the creation of Cyberforce. The Darkness is being released simultaneously as an exclusive promotional character to Powerstorm fan club members. Witchblade, Hunter/Killer, The Magdalena, and other Top Cow titles will be featured in future expansions to the game.



COMICS CONTINUUM BACK ISSUES

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

* Wednesday, March 14: Painkiller Jane's Kristanna Loken, Image Comics First Looks, IDW Publishing's Simmons Comics Group, Oni Press' First in Space and Image's Dynamo 5.

* Tuesday, March 13: Painkiller Jane episodes, Marvel First Looks, 300 sets IMAX records, WildStorm's horror titles, TMNT, Desperado to self-publish and Marvel second printings.

* Monday, March 12: Smallville, Anita Blake and First Looks.

* Sunday, March 11: 300 sets box office record and Archie First Looks.

* Saturday, March 10: Dark Horse Comics for June and 300.

* Friday, March 9: Smallville, Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Dark Knight and The Boys at Dynamite.

* Thursday, March 8: Fallen Son: Death of Captain America titles, Marvel First Looks, Family Guy and Ape Entertainment's new anthology.

* Wednesday, March 7: Mattel's Super Friends, Legion of Super Heroes, 300 and Image First Looks.

* Tuesday, March 6: Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Marvel First Looks, Spider-Man 3 busts, DC First Looks, Dynamite First Looks, Avengers: The Initiative and Spider-Man: Back in Black.

* Monday, March 5: Wonder Con -- 300 panel, DC Universe panel and Boom! Studios panel.

* Sunday, March 4: Wonder Con -- Spider-Man 3 and Superman Doomsday.

* Saturday, March 3: Wonder Con -- DC Nation panel, Marvel First Looks and Smallville.

* Friday, March 2: Marvel First Looks, Devil's Due First Looks and Legion of Super Heroes.

* Thursday, March 1: Kyle McLauchlan in Justice League: The New Frontier, Spider-Man 3, Amazing Spider-Man on Kids' WB! and The Batman.

* Wednesday, February 28: Image Comics First Looks, TwoMorrows Publishing for June, Heroic Publishing for June, Legion of Super Heroes, Avengers/Transformers and Battlestar Galactica.

* Tuesday, February 27: Spider-Man: Black in Black, Marvel movies roundup, DC Comics roundup, 300's Queen Gorgo, Phil Hester talks The Darkness, The Batman, Cartoon Network's March movies, BlueWater Productions for June, Moonstone Books for June and Battlestar Galactica.

* Monday, February 26: Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Ghost Rider box office, and New York Comic Con: The Spirit movie panel, Hellboy animated panel, Fox Atomic Comics panel, Brian K. Vaughan panel and Jhnonen Vasquez panel.

* Sunday, February 25: From New York Comic Con: Cup O' Joe panel, DC Universe panel, Virgin Comics teams with Sci Fi Channel.

* Saturday, February 24: Justice League: The New Frontier, Smallville and from New York Comic Con -- DC Nation, Vertigo, World War Hulk and Civil War: The Initiative panels.

* Friday, February 23: 300's Gerard Butler, Justice League movie, Avatar Press for May, Marvel First Looks and Top Cow First looks.

* Thursday, February 22: The Batman, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Marvel First Looks and Heroes.

* Wednesday, February 21: Legion of Super Heroes, Image First Looks and Marvel solicitations update.

* Tuesday, February 20: The Batman, DC Comics' Countdown, Oni Press for May, Dynamite First Looks and Marvel First Looks.

* Monday, February 19: Painkiller Jane, Mark Steven Johnson talks Ghost Rider box office, Marvel First Looks, Dark Horse First Looks and Inkworks.

* Sunday, February 18: Ghost Rider box office, and Marvel and DC panels at MegaCon.

* Saturday, February 17: Ghost Rider box office, George Perez at MegaCon, First Looks and January sales.

* Friday, February 16: Ghost Rider, The Dark Knight, Dynamite Entertainment for May, The Batman and Family Guy.

* Thursday, February 15: Image Comics for May, 300, Smallville, Image Comics First Looks, Legion of Super Heroes, Archie Comics for May and Zero-G.

* Wednesday, February 14: Ghost Rider's Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes, Devil's Due Publishing for May, DC First Looks, Marvel First Looks and Red 5 Comics.

* Tuesday, February 13: Marvel Comics for May, Lynda Carter on Smallville, Battlestar Galactica renewed, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer toys, Fallen Angel, Dynamite Entertainment First Looks, Action Comics and Heroes.




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