Press Release Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment and 1821 Comics announced today that they will debut Romeo and Juliet: The War at New York Comic Con 2011. Stan Lee will be on hand to showcase the book and sign special limited edition mini posters promoting the title. Pre-release orders are being taken at the 1821 Comic’s booth #1458. Romeo and Juliet: The War will be in stores the end of November as a deluxe 10”x13″ over sized coffee table book available in both hard and soft cover formats. Stan Lee and Terry Dougas created the story with artwork from Skan Srisuwan.
Press Release POW! Entertainment and BOOM! Studios announced a deal has been struck that will see the production of a series of three superhero titles presented by Stan Lee. These series will premiere from BOOM! Studios later this year. BOOM!’s Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid, creator of BOOM!’s runaway hit series IRREDEEMABLE and its smash sister book INCORRUPTIBLE, will be writing one of the series. Two other series will follow, featuring A-list writers as a part of the creative team. Further announcements will clarify the teams and the timing for the roll-out.
Following the final acquisition of Marvel last week, Disney announced a new agreement with Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment that gives the House of Mouse enhanced rights to the creative output of the studio as well as exclusive consulting services.Â The new deal finds Disney taking a 10% equity stake in Pow! Entertainment. Bob Chapek, President of Worldwide Distribution for the Disney Studios, commented on the new agreement: â€œStan has incredible creative energy and continues to come up with great original stories that can work across many of our platforms, ranging from console games to motion pictures and from our boys-focused
Disney has renewed its first look pact with Stan Lee’s POW Entertainment.Â This will be a two year deal that gives the House of Mouse the option of taking POW’s content and spinning it into television, publishing, games, and online or mobile content. The first project spinning out of this deal is Lee’s Time Jumper, a digital comic book series that Disney will distribute across various media (web and mobile most likely). Project revolves around the character of Terry Dixon, an agent of the secret government org HUNT (Heroes United, Noble and True), who has a cell phone called the
If you tried to keep up with the myriad of announcements coming from the New York Comic Con, you might have missed the announcement that Stan Lee is forming a new partnership with Virgin Comics. â€œWhat a dream assignment!â€ enthused the always-ebullient Lee. â€œI canâ€™t wait to start pitting my newest, most exciting superheroes against comicdomâ€™s most powerful, diabolical super villains and then have the fun of tossing them into far-out, thrill-a-minute adventures to challenge the readersâ€™ imagination! And who better to share in the fun, creating wondrous new worlds without limit, than the incredibly talented and dedicated guys at
Stan Lee and POW! Entertainment have announced the man with a million heroes under his belt is adding a few more to the roster with Legion of 5.Â No word on what Legion of 5 will be about (I bet there are five of them), but there are already plans for a computer generated film “Legion of 5” — owned jointly by Rainmaker [Entertainment], POW! and Brighton [Partners] — is planned as a series of CG-animated films but with a cross-platform approach to include games, online and mobile releases. Merchandizing is part of the plan as well. Stan the man