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MoviesTokyopop

Gossip Girl and Californication star Mädchen Amick has joined the cast of Priest.  Amick will play the mother of the kidnapped niece in the film, with Paul Bettany starring as the priest on a search to find the missing girl. In the frontier of the American west, a veil of evil threatens to engulf humanity. Servants of the fallen archangel Temozarela are paving the way for their dark lord’s resurrection. One man stands in the way of the apocalypse—Ivan Isaacs—a fallen priest who sold his soul to the devil Belial for the power to fight evil. Armed with a wicked

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Press ReleaseTop Cow

Press Release Top Cow Productions, Inc. proudly announced today that Phil Hester, the current writer for The Darkness, will take over artistic duties on the series for “Bog,” a special two-part story which he has also written.  “Bog” begins in The Darkness #80 which is solicited for a September 2009 release and will conclude the following month in The Darkness #81.

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Image Comics

I haven’t seen the sales numbers for Image Comics Walking Dead/Chew, but according to the company, the flipbook issue did amazing well.  So well in fact, that Image is repeating the flipbook idea with Walking Dead #64, which will feature the entire first issue of Viking #1 by Ivan Brandon and Mic Klein. “The response to VIKING has been absolutely flooring in every way.  But the chance to expose the book to the entire massive WALKING DEAD fan base is a whole new level of exciting,” said Brandon. “Even though VIKING is normally in our full color oversized format, we

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Image ComicsPress ReleaseTokyopop

Press Release The Eisner-nominated major debut by cartoonist Brandon Graham, KING CITY, finally continues in an ongoing series presented in the deluxe, oversized format courtesy of TOKYOPOP and Image Comics! “Continuing KING CITY has been a long time coming and I’m thrilled that TOKYOPOP and Image Comics are bringing it back in the best way possible,” Graham said. “We’re doing it as thirty-two page monthly issues, the first six issues remastering the original series along with as much cool new work as I can fit, in a format akin to Image’s VIKING. Starting with issue 7, the series will consist

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DCSneak Peek

The next chapter of the Final Crisis kicked off this week, and next week the second mini-series arrives in the form of Final Crisis Aftermath: Escape #1.  Things aren’t looking good for Nemesis, especially when he’s being held captive by the Global Peace Agency.  DC Comics has released a sneak peek, that you can see after the jump.

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DC

Today’s Lantern entry features the Sinestro Corps. Look for the complete collection coming soon in the upcoming Blackest Night Free Comic Book Day book coming May 2, 2009.  Or if your comic book store is giving these away early (I’m looking at you comic book shop in Overland Park, KS), you already know what follows next. From a tipster: Those info sheets of the various Lantern Corps, including Corps not yet posted on The Source, make up the back portion of the issue. The first half, by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis, involve a conversation between Barry and Hal. Well

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