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The first season of The Super Hero Squad Show ends on Cartoon Network with a two-part episode that airs on Saturday, Feb. 13 and Saturday, Feb. 20.

During The Continuum's recent visit to Marvel Animation, the studio's Cort Lane talked to Kate Jewell about the episodes.

To view the interview, CLICK HERE.

Saturday's episode is titled "Last Exit Before Doomsday!"

Here's how Marvel describes the episode, which was written by series story editor Matt Wayne:

"Silver Surfer's past as Galactus' herald is revealed as he encounters another herald, Stardust. But Doom has plans of his own for Stardust and her big boss. Meanwhile, our heroes frantically try to prepare for the arrival of the planet-devouring Galactus!"

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DC Comics has unveiled its Batman solicitations for May.

For a rundown, with images, CLICK HERE.

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Lucasfilm has has released three images from "Duchess of Mandalore," Friday's new episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Cartoon Network.

To view the interview, CLICK HERE.

Here's how the episode is described:

"Duchess Satine Kryze tries to keep the Republic from interfering in Mandalorian affairs after attacks by the Death Watch, the splinter group advocating a return to the old warrior ways. But when Satine herself is attacked and framed, she sets off -- against the better judgment of her Jedi protectors -- to uncover the full breadth of the conspiracy and the faction's true origins. No longer content to operate from the fringes, the mysterious Mandalorian Death Watch sets its sights on the Duchess."

"Satine is struggling with many fires now, and trying to keep them from merging into one large inferno that can't be put out," said Anna Graves, the voice of Satine in The Clone Wars. "She wants peace above all else, and will shout it as loud as she can. Historical pacifists are often met with more hatred and violence, but that seems to push someone like Satine to fight for peace even harder.

"I think with any culture that idolizes war and violence, some people will naturally rebel against that traditional way of thinking and focus their efforts on peace and tranquility. I'm sure a lot of people agree with her views, but I'm sure there are just as many who don't. Her neutrality in The Clone Wars is such a beautiful cry for love and peace, which throughout history has upset those who idolize power and control."


Dark Horse Comics has announced a new series, Star Wars: Knight Errant, to begin this fall.

The series will be written by Knights of the Old Republic writer John Jackson Miller, who introduces Kerra Holt, a young Jedi who's about to realize that her role in the galaxy is far more important, and vastly different, than she could have ever imagined.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"Set one thousand years before Episode I, in a time referred to as the Dark Age of the Republic, this story takes place in an era when the Sith were legion and the Republic was strained to the breaking point, leaving large swaths of the galaxy with no one to turn to. This pivotal time in the history of Star Wars has been largely unexplored, until now."

For the first time, the writer of a new Star Wars comics series will also be authoring a novel for Del Rey Books, set in the same era and involving the same cast of characters in an all-new adventure.

"There's such wonderful chaos going on in the galaxy in this period," Miller said. "More than a generation before Darth Bane introduced the Rule of Two, Sith Lords are colliding not just with the Republic, but with each other. Kerra's going to find that good intentions just may not be enough in a galaxy gone mad! This is a wide-open area to explore, and I'm thrilled that Dark Horse and Del Rey have given me this opportunity to do so."

"With John writing both the comics and the novel, Knight Errant will be a Star Wars story on a scale we've never undertaken before," said comics series editor Dave Marshall. "This will be a first-of-its-kind opportunity to introduce the Expanded Universe of the Dark Horse comics to the fans of the Del Rey novels and vice versa!"


During The Continuum's recent visit to IDW Publishing in San Diego, Kate Jewell sat down with Tom Waltz, who is editing the publisher's A-Team comic books and is writing the Shotgun Wedding mini-series.

In this portion of the interview, Waltz sets up the Shotgun Wedding mini-series and provides some teasers for the first issue.

To view the interview, CLICK HERE.

Click on the thumbnails above for art from the first issue and look for more IDW Publishing news soon here in The Continuum.


Syfy has released six images from "Grave Dancing," Friday's new episode of Caprica.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"A talk show may save the Graystone name, but the stakes are higher than they know."

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In other Caprica news, the Friday, Feb. 19 episode is titled "There is Another Sky."


For previously posted April solicitations, click on the publishers' names below:

* Archie Comics.

* Aspen Comics.

* Bongo Comics.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* DC Comics.

* IDW Publishing.

* Marvel Comics.

* Moonstone Books.

* Oni Press.

* Top Cow Productions.


* DC Comics has released a teaser image for Brightest Day, scheduled for a May release.

* Marvel Comics has released another teaser image for Secret Avengers, scheduled for a May release.

* Image Comics has released a teaser image for ShadowHawk: Resurrection, scheduled for a May release.

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