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The Continuum visited the set of The Spirit movie on Tuesday in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and today kicks off a series of reports with an interview with writer/director Frank Miller

To read the interview, CLICK HERE.

Look for much more from the visit to the set, including interviews with star Gabriel Macht and producer Deborah Del Prete, soon here in The Continuum.

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Kids' WB! has released four images from "Unnatural Alliances," Saturday's new episode of Legion of Super Heroes.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"When Terra Man, a villain from the future, arrives in the 31st century to hunt down a child, the Legion quickly acts to save the boy and keep him clear of Imperiex's obvious plot. But after Imperiex proves to be the boy's protector, the Legion must uncover why."

"Unnatural Alliances" was written by Keith Damron and directed by Brandon Vietti.

Bumper Robinson joins the Legion cast as Star Boy. Robinson played Mondo in the live-action Generation X movie and was a regular for a season of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. His voiceover credits include Hotspot on Teen Titans and Bumblebee for the upcoming Transformers series.

Jeff Black plays Terra Man.

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NBC has released two more image from "Truth and Consequences," the Monday, Nov. 26 episode of Heroes.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Peter travels to Primatech Paper in Texas with his new friend to destroy the virus, which will kill 93 percent of the world's population in the future -- or so he believes. Niki returns with bad news. To right a wrong, Monica puts her abilities to the test while Hiro goes after his father's killer. Meanwhile, Matt uses his mental abilities to track down the last person in the company photo. In addition, Nathan learns his brother is alive. Outside of New York, Maya must choose between Alejandro and Sylar."

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For covers and two- to five-page previews of upcoming titles, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Countdown: Arena #1 from DC Comics; What If X-Men: The Rise & Fall of The Shi'Ar Empire from Marvel Comics; and Sonic the Hedgehog #182, Veronica #185 and Tales from Riverdale Digest #25 from Archie Comics.



*Warner Home Video has announced a Feb. 26 release for Justice League: The New Frontier, the animated movie adapting Darwyn Cooke's comics series, on DVD.

* According to MTV, Matt Frewer is playing Moloch the Mystic in the Watchmen movie.

* DC Comics has announced that Action Comics #858 has sold out and is going back to press. The second printing features a recolored version of the cover by Gary Frank and is scheduled to arrive in stores on Dec. 5.

* Image Comics has announced that Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer #1 Black & White Edition has sold out. "While we expected this to be a desired item for the loyal fans, we were surprised by how quickly it sold out," said series artist Nat Jones. "They're especially lucky as due to its limited nature; this one will not be going back into print."

* Dabel Brothers Publishing and Del Rey, an imprint of Ballantine Books, have announced a new agreement for distribution of Dabel Brothers graphic novels into the trade book market.

Dabel Brothers next spring will launch comic-book adaptations of three properties: Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: Prodigal Son; Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files; and George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards. The graphic novel versions, to be distributed by Del Rey, will go on sale in summer/fall 2008.

* DC's Batman Confidential #12, originally solicited for a Dec. 12 release, will now be in stores on Dec. 26.

* Marvel Comics' Runaways #29 will now be in stores on Jan. 16.


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.

* Friday, November 9: Dark Horse Comics for February, Family Guy, Marvel First Looks and Iron Man.

* Thursday, November 8: Image Comics First Looks, Ben 10: Race Against Time and Famiy Guy.

* Wednesday, November 7: Heroes, The Batman, The Simpsons and First Looks.

* Tuesday, November 6: DC Comics roundup, Marvel Comics roundup, First Looks and Aquaman.

* Monday, November 5: Heroes, Bionic Woman, Marvel animation, Family Guy, Bluewater Productions First Looks and Zenescope Entertainment First Looks. Get a life-size Yoda wall graphic you will

* Sunday, November 4: Family Guy and Dark Horse First Looks.

* Saturday, November 3: Smallville, Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane, First Looks and Teen Titans.

* Friday, November 2: Marvel First Looks and Steve Ditko book.

* Thursday, November 1: Smallville's Black Canary, Aliens vs. Predators: Requiem, Flash Gordon, First Looks and The Batman.

* Wednesday, October 31: Wanted movie, The Simpsons, Spider-Man 4, Legion of Super Heroes and Archie First Looks.

* Tuesday, October 30: Bluewater Productions for February, Steve Melching talks The Batman, First Looks, Heroes for November and Bionic Woman for November.

* Monday, October 29: Moonstone Books for February, First Looks, Family Guy and Green Lantern movie.

* Sunday, October 28: Bluewater Productions First Looks and Flash Gordon.

* Saturday, October 27: The Batman, Bones' Emily Deschanel talks Wonder Woman, Smallville, Adam West talks Family Guy and First Looks.

* Friday, October 26: Family Guy's Seth Green, Bionic Woman, Image First Looks, Marvel First Looks, Battlestar Galactica and Jerry Robinson named DC consultant.

* Thursday, October 25: The Simpsons for November, Flash Gordon, Boom! Studios for January, Devil's Due Publishing for January and Archie First Looks.

* Wednesday, October 24: Bones' Halloween episode, Family Guy, Red 5 Comics for January, Slave Labor Graphic for January, Markosia Publishing for January, Arcana Studio for January and First Looks.

* Tuesday, October 23: World War Hulk, Legion of Super Heroes, Bongo Comics for January, Spider-Man: One More Day delay, Heroes, Bionic Woman and Marvel First Looks.

* Monday, October 22: Heroes, Spider-Man 3, Avatar Press for January, First Looks, Spike TV Scream Awards, 30 Days of Night and Ben 10: Race Against Time.

* Sunday, October 21: Heroes' Kristen Bell, The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians on DVD and Avatar Press' Gravel.

* Saturday, October 20: 30 Days of Night, Boom! First Looks and Marvel First Looks.

* Friday, October 19: 30 Days of Night's Josh Hartnett, Marvel First Looks, Desperado Publishing for January and Heroic Publishing for January.

* Thursday, October 18: X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Smallville, Family Guy, Marvel's Ultimates Saga and First Looks.

* Wednesday, October 17: IDW Publishing for January, Marvel First Looks, Image First Looks and Bionic Woman.

* Tuesday, October 16: Marvel Comics for January, 30 Days of Night's Ben Foster, Batman and the Outsiders, Marvel's Secret Invasion and First Looks.

* Monday, October 15: DC Comics for January, Legion of Super Heroes, The Batman, Archie Comics for January, Bluewater Productions for January, Image Comics for January, Family Guy, The Simpsons and Dynamite First Looks.

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