Smallville, Witchblade, The Amazing Screw-On Head, Transformers: June 19th Comic Reel Wrap


If you like spoilers, Kryptonsite has you covered with the director and title of the season premiere, tentatively slated for September 2006, and some details about that episode.


Comics Continuum is reporting that FUNimation Entertainment has acquired the domestic DVD rights to the Japanese animated Witchblade series. A spring 2007 release is anticipated. The series -- a joint venture between Top Cow and Gonzo -- began airing in Japan in April. It's quite likely that Witchblade will eventually air on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. A representative of the network told The Continuum the series isn't currently scheduled. They also have some screen captures from the first episode.


Comics Continuum also alleges that the animated series is slated for a July 27th debut.


According to Soundtrack Net, composer Steve Jablonsky recorded original music for the upcoming Transformers teaser trailer which hits in just a couple of weeks. You can view photos of the scoring session at the link.


WireImage has two new pages of photos from the New York set of the Sam Raimi-helmed film. Meanwhile, Just Jared has some photos of Raimi on set dressed as an admiral, which refers to a nickname the crew has for him (with other photos as well).


Superhero Hype has a first look at the one-sheet poster for the Disney superhero vehicle starring Tim Allen.


The studio has released two new TV spots (#12, #13) with footage from the upcoming Brandon Routh-fueled DC adaptation.


In our ongoing scorekeeping, last weekend's $7.1 million take leaves the total box office for the mutant minded movie at $215 million dollars, well ahead of the pack in terms of being 2006's highest grossing movie.


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