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Disney

Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment and Walt Disney have released an iTunes App to go along with the companies’ teaming on Time Jumper.  The Time Jumper iPhone App is available now, and claims to extend the digital motion comic experience with six main features. Welcome Agent: Once the application is downloaded, consumers are greeted to H.U.N.T. headquarters. They are asked to enter their name and place their finger on the screen to be scanned for official entry into the app. Mission Briefing: A personal narration from Stan Lee explaining what Time Jumper is all about. Mission 1: Consumers can automatically view

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Disney

Movie Trailers – Movies Blog We brought you the news that Natasha Henstridge is joining the voice cast of Stan Lee’s Time Jumper motion comic series the other day, and now the word is official directly from Disney and Stan Lee.  The cool thing is, you don’t have to wait months for the series to launch, you just have to head over to iTunes on July 24, 2009. The complete press release after the jump!

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comic conventionDigital ComicsMarvelNew York Comic Con

Here’s our rapid-fire roundup of items coming from the Marvel Panels at the New York Comic Con.  Warning for those with sensitive skins and egos – there is commentary after the jump, and some of it may not favor the love of your life.* This just in… Steve Rogers is still dead, because fans prefer Bucky!

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MoviesWarner Bros.

Burbank, Calif., October 8, 2008 — Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution today announced the renowned graphic album “Batman: Black & White” and graphic novel “Superman: Red Son” are being developed into short-form digital Motion Comics. In addition the first and highly anticipated second chapter of the “Watchmen” Motion Comics are now available for download via iTunes, Amazon Video on Demand, Xbox Live and the Sony PlayStation Store. Summary editions of the “Watchmen” Motion Comics are available to Verizon Wireless V Cast customers as well as Sprint TV customers via the DC Comics Channel.

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