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The Continuum continues its preview of the Green Lantern movie with videos of Geoffrey Rush, who provides the voice of Tomar-Re, and Michael Clarke Duncan, who provides the voice of Kilowog.

For a video of the actors working in the studio, CLICK HERE.

For an interview with Rush, CLICK HERE.

For an interview with Duncan, CLICK HERE.


DC Comics has announced its new Dark Side titles in September to follow the conclusion of Flashpoint.

For a rundown, with images, CLICK HERE.

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Activision has released new footage from Spider-Man: Edge of Time, the video game scheduled for this fall.

To view the footage, CLICK HERE.

Here's how Activision describes the game, set for release this fall:

"Spider-Man: Edge of Time is a focused, action-packed adventure set in two connected and evolving timelines, from the contemporary times of the Amazing Spider-Man to the corrupted future world of Spider-Man 2099, against the backdrop of a rich, tightly crafted narrative by acclaimed Marvel veteran Peter David (co-creator of the comic book series Spider-Man 2099). The game features all-new 'cause-and-effect' gameplay, where players will see how the immediate and sometimes unexpected effects of their actions as one Spider-Man changes the timeline of the other Spider-Man."


For covers and eight-page previews of IDW Publishing titles arriving in stores on June 8, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Crysis #1, Doctor Who: A Fairytale Life #3, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #167, Jericho #6 and Love and Capes: Ever After #5.


For covers and five-page previews of Image Comics titles arriving in stores on June 8, CLICK HERE.

Titles include Blue Estate #3, Breed III #2, Green Wake #3, Moriarty #2, Morning Glories #10, Netherworld #2, Samurai's Blood #1 and The Walking Dead Weekly #23.


Marvel Comics has released a five-page preview of X-Men: Schism #1, due in stores on July 13.

To view the preview, CLICK HERE.

In other Marvel news:

* Marvel, in collaboration with the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate, has announced new adaptations of the John Carter novels, beginning with John Carter: A Princess of Mars, a five-issue mini-series launching in September.

By working closely with the ERB estate, all John Carter comics produced with Marvel will be considered part of the official canon.

Here's how Marvel describes the book:

"Transported to the dying planet of Mars, Captain John Carter must now fight for his life against creatures unlike any ever seen by mankind. But as he finds himself enveloped by an alien civil war, he meets the proud and beautiful Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, who will change his life forever!"

"With our new partnership with Marvel Entertainment, we believe we have found the best creative force to revive the thrills and adventures in the 21st Century of the legendary John Carter of Mars. We are looking forward to introducing this original interplanetary adventurer to a new generation of fans and await the first issue with great anticipation," said James Sullos, president of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.

The book will be written by Roger Langrdige, with art by Filipe Andrade and covers by Skottie Young.

* Marvel has announced it is changing the title of Black Panther: Man Without Fear to Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive.

The title change happens with #523.1 in September.

Written by David Liss with art by Jefte Palo, the issue finds the former king of Wakanda trying to figure out why a mysterious killer has set sights on people the Panther has saved since his arrival in New York.

"It's a one issue story, so things are revealed quickly," Liss said. "With that in mind, I'd like to avoid giving too much away. Let's just say that someone out there knows that T'Challa has a pretty muscular sense of responsibility, and killing people the Panther has saved is going to make him very, very angry. Whoever is doing this wants to strike a blow against T'Challa and make him so angry that he's off his game."


* Lionsgate has released five character posters from Conan the Barbarian. The posters feature Conan (Jason Momoa), Tamara (Rachel Nicols), Corin (Ron Pearlman), Marique (Rose McGowan), and Khalar Zym (Steven Lang).

Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

Warner Home Video has released another clip from Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, in stores on Tuesday. To view the clip, CLICK HERE.

* The Dreamer creator Lora Innes has announced that IDW Publishing will be releasing the second graphic novel collection of her series in November.

The second volume follows the main character, 17-year-old Beatrice Whaley and her wildly vivid dreams about the American Revolution. After barely surviving a battle against the British Army in the first volume, she's relieved to find herself safely in the 21st century again. Determined to live a modern teens lifestyle she is confused when she falls asleep and the dreams return.

The Dreamer: Volume 2 will be 152 pages and will cost $19.99.


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

* 12-Gauge Comics.

* Ape Entertainment.

* Archie Comics.

* Aspen Comics.

* Big Dog Ink.

* Bluewater Productions.

* Bongo Comics.

* BOOM! Studios.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* DC Comics.

* Dynamite Entertainment.

* IDW Publishing.

* Image Comics.

* Marvel Comics.

* Moonstone Books.

* Oni Press.

* Red 5 Comics.

* Zenescope Entertainment.

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