We received word from Stan Lee’s people that there’s a new contest for you to enter.Â It’s pretty cool, because the winner will get to fly to Los Angeles to meet Stan and be featured in the DVD Bonus content for the Time Jumper series.
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The motion comic, animated comic book features, and general digital comic book distribution is getting the Stan Lee treatment on Thursday, when Lee and Disney Entertainment unveil Time Jumper on the crowd at the San Diego Comic Con.
“Time Jumper” follows Terry Dixon, a college student in possession of his late father’s time-travel invention, the Articulus. After his brother goes missing, Dixon is recruited by H.U.N.T. (Heroes United, Noble and True), a secret crime-fighting unit that sends him through time to thwart Charity Vile, leader of the criminal cartel, C.U.L.T. (Council of Unstoppable, Lethal Terrorists).
To sweeten the deal, Stan “The Man” has landed Natasha Henstridge to voice the lead female character in the series.
I’m all for mobile media fun and entertainment.Â If the publishers and companies involved in this kind of content can get the price point just right, it might do more for comics than the movies are doing now.
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 Articulus that’s also a time machine. When his brother is lost in time, Terry must try to find him before an a criminal cartel does.
Previous to Time Jumper, POW and Disney have created Nick Ratchet, Blaze, and Tigress.