Stan Lee’s World of Heroes has launched, but what other shows does Stan Lee have in store for fans?
Fan Wars (Mondays)
Ever wonder who would do better with the ladies, Tony Stark or Bruce Wayne? How about who is the most intelligent Super Villain of all time? FanWars gives opinionated fans a chance to go toe to toe on the most pressing issues in the World of Heroes. Producer and judge Jace Hall (The Jace Hall Show, V, The Morning After) and his panel of celebrity experts pit fan against fan as they debate topics from the realms of comic books, superheroes, science fiction and more.
Stan’s Rants (Tuesdays)
From behind his desk at the Los Angeles headquarters of POW! Entertainment, Stan Lee, tongue firmly in cheek, explains his thoughts on pop culture, upcoming films, the general state of the world and more in this weekly series. Ever wonder what makes the creator of so many iconic characters tick? Now you can find out.
Mask and Cape (Wednesdays)
Superman working for Benjamin Franklin? It’s just one of the five founding father comic book appearances on our 4th of July list!
Geek DIY (Thursdays)
Geek crafter extraordinaire Bonnie Burton (The Star Wars Craft Book) leads fans through fun how-to crafting projects all about heroes! Want a one-of-a-kind steam punk ray gun? Need to make a robot costume? Look no further than Bonnie’s crafting skills and help from her special celebrity guests (Wil Wheaton, Grant Imahara, and others) from across the geek world!
Cocktails with Stan (Fridays)
There are other shows in the works, including Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans.
Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans (Launches in September)
Host Adrianne Curry (America’s Next Top Model, My Fair Brady), known to many as the “Queen of the Dorks,” takes her love of all things geek and explores the lives of hardcore fans. Through her exploration of real fandom, Adrianne will discover why she and her subjects are inspired to such extreme fandom. Adrianne will visit their homes, meet their friends and families, and pull back the curtain on the unique lives of passionate fans.
Chatroom of Solitude
When you’re a superhero who do you turn to at the end of the day? Written by Jeff Lewis (The Guild) and directed by Sean Becker (The Guild, Team Unicorn), Chatroom of Solitude is a comedic glimpse into the mundane moments of super lives. Told through a G+ video hangout, we eavesdrop on heroes and villains when they’re off the clock and bitching about a tough day at work to their friends, colleagues and enemies.
Stan Lee’s Academy of Heroes
From Emmy Award winning Producer Jon Kroll (Amazing Race, Blade), Stan Lee’s Academy of Heroes takes real life aspiring heroes from all over the country and gives them the mentoring and training they need to take their fight for good to the next level. The nuts and bolts training includes financial planning, public relations, and of course the Zen of heroism from Stan himself.
From the mind of Stan Lee, two aspiring models Bree and Sera and blogger friend Lizzie, are accidentally exposed to a mysterious serum that grants them super powers. Their newfound powers wreak havoc on their quest to become top models and pull them into a world of danger and intrigue. From Executive Producer Heath Corson (Aim High) and writer Taryn O’Neill (BlackBoxTV.)