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Marvel Comics has provided The Continuum its solicitations for October.

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Marvel Comics has announced an October launch for Luke Cage: City of Fire, a three-issue series that explores the role Luke Cage has grown into in Harlem and the broader Marvel Universe.

The series is written by Ho Che Anderson, with art by Farid Karami on #1, Ray-Anthony Height on #2. and Sean Damien Hill on #3.

Here's how Marvel describes the book:

"A shadowy rogue group named the Regulators are terrorizing ordinary citizens in New York City, and Luke Cage is called to action when a black man in his community is murdered by a crooked police officer. Cage quickly crosses paths with Daredevil, who is determined to bring down the Regulators no matter the cost, but Mayor Fisk is equally determined to use them to tighten his grip on the city. There is unrest in the streets, and it's up to Cage to keep the city from going up in flames."

"I can't express how excited I am to be doing a project with Marvel, and about the level of talent they've lined up to work on it with me,," Anderson said. "I have been given the freedom to explore a subject I'm so passionate about through the lens of characters I've loved since I was a kid, and I fully intend to work overtime to make sure the results are worthy of the trust I've been granted. Fortunately, the heavy lifting will be accomplished by my incredible collaborators who'll make me look better than I am!"


THE SUICIDE SQUAD: The Suicide Squad writer/director James Gunn and the film's stars John Cena and Margot Robbie appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday night to promote the film.

Cena appeared dressed as his character, Peacmaker, and was asked if he drew any curious reactions.

"One would think so, I actually walked on Hollywood Boulevard and everybody just passed me by," he said.

Gunn said, with The Suicide Squad, "I just wanted to do the ulimate, all-time comic-book movie."

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BOOM! FIRST LOOKS: For covers and five-page preview of BRZRKR #4, available on Wednesday, July 28 from BOOM! Studios, CLICK HERE.

DARK AGES UPDATE: Marvel Comics has unveiled Iban Coello's cover for Dark Ages #2, on sale on Oct. 6, written by Tom Taylor with art by Coello.

Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

"Dark Ages #2 will pick up years after the incident that ushered in the end the age of technology. Now it's up to Earth's heroes to bring humanity together in the darkness. X-Men and Avengers, vigilantes and villains all work together to create something better. But something darker than the night is descending on the world and this postapocalyptic world is about to face Apocalypse."

CASTING UPDATES: Michaela Coel has been added to the cast as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The movie is currently filming in July ... Leslie Grace has been cast to star as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in the HBO Max Batgirl movie. Bad Boys for Life filmmakers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are directing Batgirl, from a script by Christina Hodson, the who also wrote behind Birds of Prey and the upcoming The Flash.


Below are solicitations posted for October. Click on the publisher's name for the full listings and check back soon for additional solicitations.


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