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Thrash legends OVERKILL will be re-releasing their record “Immortalis” and DVD “Live at Wacken Open Air” on October 5th, 2010 via eOne Music. This will be a CD/DVD combo release with three new unreleased live tracks. Those tracks are:  

Marvel is pleased to present your new look at Deadpool: Pulp #1, from fan-favorite writers Mike Benson and Adam Glass along with rising star artist Laurence Campbell. Deadpool is the CIA’s deadliest agent. He’s also certifiably insane.  

Following the chart-topping epic from Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness’ on Hulk, Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman take the reins in Hulk #25! This all-new creative team will shine new light on one of the most talked about characters in comics today, Red Hulk, in a smashing tale of redemption and rage!  

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  Newly signed to eOne Music, sludge metal legends CROWBAR will re-release three influential records, CROWBAR, LIVE +1 and TIME HEALS NOTHING on October 5th, 2010.  

Yesterday, we gave you a first glance at Nic Klein’s amazing and gritty pencils for the sixth issue of the Man of Bronze’s ongoing series, which is being co-written by Ivan Brandon and FIRST WAVE writer Brian Azzarello. Today, we checked in with series Assistant Editor Chris Conroy about the new story arc, with more art, of course. But that’s not all.  

Clayface infiltrates Gotham City Bank and Trust looking to make a sizable withdrawal. There’s just one problem: waiting in line at the bank is Stephanie Brown, a.k.a Batgirl. But when Clayface begins morphing into different people, Batgirl must hold the entire bank hostage until she can find out who the villain is impersonating.  

We’ll be hearing from both Brian Azzarello and co-writer Ivan Brandon about what they’ve got in store for the Man of Bronze soon enough, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t tease some of the amazing artwork Nic Klein is cranking out. DOC SAVAGE #6, which hits next month, kicks off a new arc co-written by Azzarello and Brandon with Klein on art, making for an ideal jumping on point. Now make with the clicking.  

You’ve played the first game. You’ve seen the teaser trailers. Now we’ve got a title for the most highly anticipated video game sequel in years. Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment announced BATMAN: ARKHAM CITY as the title for the follow-up to the award winning and critically acclaimed videogame BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM.  

Greetings, DC Nation! This week we are beyond excited to preview art from a project that is coming to your local comic shop very soon. This is one of those great books that make us all stand around the editor’s office going “wow.” Can you guess what it is? Check this space next week for the full rundown. Trust me — you’re gonna want to see more of this.  

Want to see Ivan Reis draw a Superman/Flash race? Mike Allred take on the Teen Titans? Two Wonder Woman covers? Well, you’re in luck, as we have all that and more. Specifically, we’ve got a first look at Ivan Reis’ amazing ACTION COMICS #892 DC 75th variant, Mike Allred’s TEEN TITANS #86, Gary Frank on SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN #6, Frazer Irving’s BATMAN AND ROBIN #14 variant and Don Kramer and Alex Garner’s cover and variant to WONDER WOMAN #602. Click and enjoy!  

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Avenged Sevenfold has cemented their status as one of the country’s favorite rock bands with their highly personal fifth studio album Nightmare, which bowed at No. 1 on Billboard’s album chart and also No.1 on Billboard’s Hard Music, Digital, Internet and Alternative Album Charts. Its No. 1 debut is the band’s highest first-week chart position ever, selling over 162,500 units in its first week thanks to the band’s devoted and rabid fanbase, who consider themselves part of a worldwide A7X family.  

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  Boulevard is considered as one of the most important arena rock bands in the history of Canadian music. Their two classic albums – the self-titled “Blvd” and “Into The Street” – brought a fantastic mixture of 80’s pop and rock, similar to what bands such as Toto, Mr. Mister and Glass Tiger had to offer. Sadly, their career ended with the birth of the grunge movement, which pretty much dominated the entire rock scene in the 1990’s…  

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