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Sony Pictures has provided The Continuum with the first image of Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man.

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Aspen Comics has released its solicitations for April.

For a rundown, with images, CLICK HERE.


Marvel Comics has announced an April launch for Fear Itself: The Home Front, a seven-issue series.

Creators for the book will include Christos Gage, Peter Milligan, Mike Mayhew and Howard Chaykin.

Here's how Marvel describes the book:

'Fear Itself: The Home Front pits the heralded heroes and unsung champions of the Marvel Universe against their own worst nightmares! The Marvel Universe is on the brink of being ripped apart and when all hope is lost, it's up to Marvel's greatest and bravest heroes to make a stand. Catch Fear Itself from every angle and join the fight as MarvelŐs top talents take you on a series of globespanning, action packed adventures that will test the mettle of hero, citizen and villain alike!"

"Building directly out of the global tide of fear and chaos of Fear Itself: The Home Front will feature stories both large and small of superhumans to regular joes as these momentous events divide friends, unite enemies and tear up the foundations of the Marvel Universe itself," said series editor Lauren Sankovitch.

The first issue's cover is by Marko Djurdjevic. The book will cost $3.99.

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The CW has released a gallery of images from "Collateral," the Friday, Jan. 28 episode of Smallville.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

Clark (Tom Welling), Oliver (Justin Hartley), Lois (Erica Durance) and Dinah (guest star Alaina Huffman) are released by the VRA after being captured at Hawkman's funeral but each of them have flashbacks of Chloe (Allison Mack) holding them against their will. When Chloe returns, Dinah warns the others that Chloe may now be a traitor. Oliver dismisses her concerns but Clark is unsure if he can trust Chloe after she disappeared without an explanation."

The episode was written by Jordan Hawley and directed by Morgan Beggs.

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The CW has also released a description from "Beacon," the Friday, Feb. 4 episode of Smallvile.

Here's how the network describes the episode:

"Clark (Tom Welling) is surprised to see Martha (Annette O'Toole) on the news speaking at a pro-vigilante rally. However, surprise quickly turns to horror when he and Lois (Erica Durance) watch as Martha gets shot on national television.

"Meanwhile, Lionel (John Glover) reveals himself to the world and reclaims LuthorCorp from Tess (Cassidy Freeman) and Oliver (Justin Hartley). Lois and Chloe (Allison Mack) decide to cheer Clark up by showing him videos from thousands of vigilante supporters professing their support for The Blur. Videos were created and submitted by actual "Smallville" fans.

The episode was written by Don Whitehead and Holly Henderson and was directed by Mike Rohl.


Warner Home Video has released a clip and four images from the animated All-Star Superman movie.

To view the clip, CLICK HERE.

Here's how the movie is described:

"The Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) and, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation -- which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms -- finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor's perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth's safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act."

The movie will be released on Feb. 22.

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NBC has released a description and a gallery of images from "Scales on a Train," the Monday, Jan. 24 episode of The Cape.

Here's how NBC describes the episode:

"When The Cape (David Lyons) tips off Dominic Raoul -- aka Scales (Vinnie Jones) -- that Peter Fleming (James Frain) has been extorting money from him, Scales heads to a costume party on a train to confront Fleming. The Cape and Orwell (Summer Glau), also at the party, discover Max (Keith David) and the gang are going to heist the train, and Vince/The Cape is conflicted about what to do.

"Meanwhile, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin) and Trip (Ryan Wynott) must endure scrutiny and taunts while trying to deal with their loss. Also starring: Guest star Richard Schiff (Patrick Portman), Martin Klebba (Rollo), Anil Kumar (Ruvi) and Izabella Miko (Raia)."

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Fox has rescheduled two episodes of Human Target episodes for Friday.

The episodes were originally scheduled for Wednesday night but were pre-empted for coverage of the Arizona shooting memorial service.

Human Target will not air on Wednesday, Jan. 19 because of a two-hour episode of American Idol.

In other Human Target news:

* Fox has released six images from the "Kill Bob" episode, tentatively slated to air on Wednesday, Jan. 26.

In the episode, Chance is hired to protect a husband (guest star Todd Grinnell) who suspects his wife may be a foreign spy and is out to kill him. Lauren German also guest-stars.

* At the Winter Television Critics Association meeting, Fox announced ratings highlights for the season so far, including for Human Target.

Human Target ranks No. 2 in its Wednesday 8-9 p.m. time period among Adults 18-49 (tie), Total Viewers and Men 18-49/18-34/25-54.

According to Fox, the show delivers "an educated and affluent audience," exceeding its Total U.S. Adults 18-49 average among Adults 18-49 with 4-plus Years of College (110 index) and Adults 18-49 with Household Income of $100K-plus.

Look for more Human Target news soon here in The Continuum.


The Continuum continues a series of video interviews from The Green Hornet with co-writer and executive producer Evan Goldberg.

Goldberg talks about the blend of action and comedy, the film's premise and Kato Vision.

To view the video, CLICK HERE.

Look for more on The Green Hornet on Friday here in The Continuum.

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For covers and three- to five-page previews of DC Comics titles arriving in stores on Jan. 19, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Batman #706 and Power Girl #20.

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* According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nick Stahl has been cast as Duncan in Fox's Locke and Key, based on the IDW Publishing comic book created by Joe Hill and targeted for next fall.

Stahl, whose credits include Sin City, joins Mirando Otto (Nina) and Sarah Bolger (Kinsey) in the cast.

The pilot will be shot in Pittsburgh. Mark Romanek is directing from a script by Josh Friedman.

* Fox has released images of James Lipton and David Mamet from The Simpsons. Both men guest-star as themselves in the Sunday, Jan. 23 episode, titled "Homer The Father."

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* According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Fighter's David O. Russell is in negotiations to come on board to rewrite and direct 2 Guns, Universal's adaptation of the BOOM! Studios comic book. Vince Vaughn is atttached to star.


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

* 12-Gauge Comics.

* Ape Entertainment.

* Archaia Comics.

* Archie Comics.

* Aspen Comics.

* Avatar Press.

* Big Dog Ink.

* Bluewater Productions.

* Bongo Comics.

* BOOM! Studios.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* DC Comics.

* Dynamite Entertainment.

* IDW Publishing.

* Image Comics.

* Kickstart Comics.

* Marvel Comics.

* Moonstone Books.

* Oni Press.

* Radical Publishing.

* Red 5 Comics.

* Top Cow Productions.

* Zenescope Entertainment.

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