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Lucasfilm has released a clip from "Plan of Dissent," the episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars premiering Friday on Cartoon Network at 8 p.m. (ET/PT).

To watch the clip, CLICK HERE.

Here's how the episode is described:

"After the Republic conquers an Umbaran airbase, General Krell orders Rex and his men on towards the heavily fortified capital. Realizing there's a better plan, several clone troopers disobey orders to carry out a rogue, covert operation."


Syfy has announced that is developing Ghost Projket -- based on the Oni Press comic book -- as one of three new scripted projects in development.

The project is set up at CBS TV Studios. Brett Matthews is writing, as well as executive producing with Andy Bourney and Eric Gitter.

Here's how Syfy describes the project:

"A female KGB agent and male American weapons inspector form an unlikely partnership when a deadly force is unwittingly unleashed from a Siberian research facility."

The comic was written by Joe Harris, with art by Steve Rolston.

Also in development are Seeing Things, about a cop becomes a ghost and a socially awkward man who realizes that the hallucinations he’s had all his life may not be a figment of his imagination; and an untitled project from producer Robert H. Wolfe about the newly formed Unity Democracy, which orders a volatile mix of humans and trans-humans to lead the Starship Defender on an expedition in search of lost worlds requiring law and order.


Marvel has released a clip from "Transformations," the episode of X-Men Anime premiering Friday on G4 at 11 p.m. (ET/PT).

To watch the clip, CLICK HERE.

Here's how the episode is described:

"Professor X runs tests on Emma Frost out of concern for her safety after learning that the mutants that were captured by the U-Men are forming secondary powers."


Bluewater Productions has released its solicitations for February.

For a rundown, with images, CLICK HERE.


For cover and four-page preview of Captain America #9, arriving in stores on Dec. 7 from Marvel Comics, CLICK HERE.

For previews of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores on Wednesday, CLICK HERE.

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Dark Horse Comics has announced it is teaming with writer Caitlín R. Kiernan to publish Alabaster.

Alabaster is based on Kiernan's Dancy Flammarion stories, a dark fantasy series centered around a female teenage protagonist of striking appearance and hidden, terrible depths.

Alabaster will first appear in Dark Horse Presents #9 (on sale Feb. 22), followed by the five-issue mini-series Alabaster: Wolves that launches April 11.

Alabaster: Wolves features art by Steve Lieber and cover by Greg Ruth.

Here's how Dark Horse sets up the story:

"For nearly as long as she can remember, 17-year-old Dancy Flammarion has fought monsters, cutting a bloody swath through the demons and dark things of the world, aimed like a weapon by a merciless seraph, more taskmaster than guardian.

"Part continuation, part reimagining, the series begins with Dancy making and breaking an oath in the name of her seraph, who subsequently abandons her. Injured and alone, Dancy has to find her own way for the first time in her life -- and the wolves are closing in."

In other Dark Horse news:

* UXB by Colin Lorimer will debut in Dark Horse Presents #10 in March.

Here's how the story is described:

"In a shattered future postwar London, powerful experimental 'life suits' that permanently graft to human bodies are created to counter the threat of terrorism. Given to three brothers, the suits could make the trio the saviors of mankind -- if they can ever get past their obsessions for film, violent video games and porn."

Click on the thumbnails above for pages from UXB.


* Marvel Comics has released a teaser image for Uncanny X-Force #18, in stores on Dec. 7. The conclusion of the "Dark Angel Saga" will come polybagged.

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* DC Comics has announced that artist John Paul Leon will be contributing to an issue of Animal Man, joining Jeff Lemire, Travel Foreman and Jeff Huet for #6.

Since the series debut, references have been made to Buddy Baker's brief foray into the movie business -- and Animal Man #6 will reveal his starring role. Foreman will remain as artist for the issue's story elements, with Leon providing guest cinematography for the "film" itself.

* DC Comics has announced a second printing for Swamp Thing #2.

* Image Comics has released a teaser image for a King City project by Brandon Graham in 2012.

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* Fox will air the broadcast premiere of the first Iron Man movie on Friday, Nov. 25 from 8-10:30 p.m.

* Image Comics has announced a second printing for the sold-out The Strange Talent of Luther Strode #2.

The new printing will be in stores on Dec. 7, the same day as #3.


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

* Archie Comics.

* Bluewater Productions.

* Bongo Comics.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* DC Comics.

* Dynamite Entertainment.

* Image Comics.

* Marvel Comics.

* Moonstone Books.

* Oni Press.

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