The season finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs tonight, and Lucas Film has sent another sneak peek (along with a few more images) to tease the series. Count Dooku seeks to spring a Separatist prisoner from Republic captivity, but his profile prevents him from getting close enough to set in motion his malevolent plan. Enter Cad Bane, the galaxyâ€™s most fearsome bounty hunter, as ruthless as he is deadly. He is quintessentially cold, cruel and calculating â€“ and when the price is right, he canâ€™t be stopped. Backed by Dooku and the Separatists, heâ€™s bringing his unique skill
The heroes of the Republic have repeatedly beaten back the assaults orchestrated by the evil Separatist forces, but an entirely new threat â€“ lethal mercenary Cad Bane â€“ will emerge from the shadows in â€œHostage Crisis,â€ the thrilling conclusion to the first season of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, airing at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, March 20 on Cartoon Network. Count Dooku seeks to spring a Separatist prisoner from Republic captivity, but his profile prevents him from getting close enough to set in motion his malevolent plan. Enter Cad Bane, the galaxyâ€™s most fearsome bounty hunter, as ruthless as he
(San Diego, CA; January 13, 2009) â€“ This month IDW Publishing debuts the singularly titled G.I. JOE, the first of three initial comic book series in which the elite military force G.I. JOE and COBRA are fully revitalized and re-established for a new generation of fans. IDW set the stage with a kick-off issue, G.I. JOE #0, released in October, 2008, after it was announced that IDW had reached a deal with Hasbro to re-launch the G.I. JOE comic book franchise.
Archie Comics has announced it will launch a brand new series called Sonic Universe that will tie all the various Sonic titles together into a coherent universe. SONIC UNIVERSE #1 starts with a bang.Â In the story â€œLiving Weapons,â€ Shadow and Metal Sonic continue their series-spanning fight and wind up in a whole new dimension!Â As we continue to re-envision Sonicâ€™s future, fans can also look to the past by picking up SONIC ARCHIVES #10 to revisit classic Sonic stories, or read them for the very first time. It truly brings things full circle for fans! Meanwhile, things are as
DC Comics has announced Aaron Lopresti has created a variant cover to Wonder Woman #26, by Gail Simone. Following months of speculation over a new, male Wonder Woman and his fellow Manazons, WONDER WOMAN #26 puts the rumors to rest. In this issue, learn what horrific new threat Special Agent Diana Prince is unknowingly leading her team of agents against. And, at long last, the fate of the Amazons is revealed. The issue is scheduled to be in stores on November 26, 2008. DC has also announced it is publishing new editions of the Transmetropolitan trade paperbacks to meet demands
Ever since their falling out during Civil War, Spider-Man and Iron Man haven’t been too chummy.Â All that’s going to change (again) when the duo team up in Invincible Iron Man #7.Â Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives November 05, 2008.
DC Comics has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in August 2008. TRINITY #10-13 Written by Kurt Busiek and Fabian Nicieza Art by Mark Bagley & Art Thibert and Scott McDaniel & Andy Owens and Tom Derenick & Wayne Faucher Covers #10-12 by Andy Kubert & Jesse Delperdang; Cover #13 by Jim Lee & Scott Williams DCâ€™s new weekly series TRINITY continues with covers on issues #10-12 by Andy Kubert (BATMAN)! This month in TRINITY: The Justice League joins Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to stand against the threat that the Crime Syndicate brings