A former Robin and Batgirl, the character hasn’t been seen since the publisher relaunched its entire superhero line in the fall of 2011 with “The New 52” campaign. Aspen Comics is debuting two female-centric series for 2014. Lola follows a girl searching for her parents in a post-apocalyptic landscape, and Damsels in Excess centers around a princess who’s targeted by her peers in four nearby kingdoms. Valiant Comics pays homage to its 1990s incarnation in two ways: It will bring back the original “world’s worst superteam” with Q2: The Return of Quantum and Woody with original creators Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright plus its Eternal Warriorseries will have a “4001 A.D.” timeline that combines futuristic times with lots of action. “The Six Million Dollar Man” never received a sixth season on TV in the 1970s, but it gets one in comics next year. (Photo: Dynamite Entertainment) Dynamite Entertainment’s The Six Million Dollar Man: Season Six comic picks up where the ABC show left off after five seasons in the 1970s. Bionic astronaut Steve Austin and his handler Oscar Goldman are forced to deal with government traitors as well as the return of the villainous android Maskatron. Dynamite has also paired Gold Key comics and A-list writers for four new series: Greg Pak’s Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Frank Barbiere’s Solar: Man of the Atom, Fred Van Lente’s Magnus: Robot Fighter and Mark Waid’s Doctor Spektor. Comics publishers Dynamite and Dark Horse Comics have a pair of crossovers in the works. The fantasy protagonists of Dark Horse’s Conan and Dynamite’s Red Sonja join up to do battle, sword-and-sorcery style, in an as-yet-unnamed title. And in The Shadow vs. Grendel, writer/artist Matt Wagner brings the popular throwback pulp hero into conflict with the masked assassin. Joss Whedon’s “Whedonverse” gets a spotlight both in a new Dark Horse Serenity series by Zack Whedon picking up where the movie follow-up to the TV series Firefly left off and 30-issue “seasons” each for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel & Faith. Next year, the company is also rolling out Greg Rucka’s Veil, about an amnesiac woman with strange powers; Jonathan Maberry’s horror series Bad Blood, with a guy whose blood is deadly for vampires; and two new books from David Lapham, the all-ages, bug-squashing adventure Juice Squeezers and the Western sci-fi Kid McAlister.
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But all anyone wanted to know about, or at least it seemed, is what Daryl would be up to in the season ahead specifically  Marvel Universe Live: Behind the scenes of a superhero arenashow Kirk Jenkins doesnt seem to notice the young woman suspended in the air in front of him, contorting her body through a hoop, or the man in a nearby corner, spinning a fighting stick. Instead, Jenkins sits on the side of the room of the Cirque School studio in Hollywood, intently focused on the steel blades in his hands. The Wolverine-reminiscent weapons are called kamas, and Jenkins grips them with controlled strength as he quietly goes through the motions of his 30-second audition routine. Jenkins, 24, who flew to Los Angeles from his home in Warrenton, Va., along with his father and coach Ron Jenkins, is one of hundreds of people to audition for Marvel Universe Live, a live-action arena stunt show that will unite many of Marvels most popular superheroes, including Spider-Man, the X-Men and the Avengers. The Los  NYCC 2013: IDW announces Steranko, Cooke, Gibbons, Schulzbooks Jack Kirbys New Gods, Jim Sterankos Nick Fury works, Dave Gibbons Watchmen and Charles Schulzs Peanuts will all get deluxe books reproducing their original penciled-and-inked pages from IDW Publishing. And Steranko and the company are at work on a new, original project. The San Diego-based comics and art book publisher announced the Artists or Artifact Editions of the hugely influential works at its Saturday morning Most Explosive Panel of 2013 at New York Comic Con, with Steranko as a surprise guest. The iconoclastic Steranko, a comics legend and Twitter sensation with a head of distinctive white hair, entered to the James Bond theme music and was frank about both his stature and his interactions with other publishers. I probably have the distinction of producing the smallest amount of work that made the most amount of noise in this business. You  NYCC 2013: Scott Snyder details Batman: Zero Year,Eternal When it comes to revealing Batman details at convention panels, the titles bestselling, Eisner Award-winning writer Scott Snyder cant help himself. And he had plenty to share at DCs Bat-family books panel Friday at New York Comic Con.
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Amateur superheroes decked out in their finest spandex and latex swarmed midtown Manhattan this weekend for the eighth annual New York Comic Con, a celebration of comic books, sci-fi and video games. Bryan Pace for New York Daily News 25-year-old Shelly Scarlet dressed as “Red Sonia”. Organizers estimate around 125,000 people will have filed through the convention center over the sold-out four days ending Sunday making it the second largest nerdfest in the country behind the Hulk-sized San Diego Comic Con. Bryan Pace for New York Daily News 28-year-old Ken Crofton dressed as Thanos. But one thing San Diego cant match are the Big Apple beauties. Bryan Pace for New York Daily News 28-year-old Mariana Li as Superwoman. Marisa Semioli, 20, of Staten Island endured plenty of cat calls on the way to the convention floor in her latex and faux-fur Black Cat costume, including from a few uncultured clods who confused her with Catwoman. I got a lot of, I could be your Spider-Man, she said as she was flocked by admirers Saturday. You feel like youre the character, its a great feeling. Bryan Pace for New York Daily News Yaya Han dressed as Madam Hydra. RELATED: HYUNDAI BRINGS THE ULTIMATE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL MACHINE TO COMIC CON Pratt Institute student Molly Glover, a huge Game of Thrones fan, recruited seven friends from school to form a human Iron Throne from the HBO fantasy series. The 20-year-old budding costume designer started in August and made the costume out of fabric and spray-painted pool noodles.
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