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POW! Entertainment, Inc. 
is in the business of creating and licensing
intellectual properties for the entertainment industry. 

POW! develops its properties
in traditional entertainment media, including:
feature length films in live action and animation,
television programming, merchandising and
related ancillary markets.

With high demand for content in media such
as mobile applications, on-line, and video games,
POW! is also focusing on these areas to
develop new material. 

All of POW!'s projects are anticipated franchises
for worldwide distribution.

POW! Entertainment Procures the Exclusive
Rights to the 'Stan Lee' Name and Brand.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- POW! Entertainment ,
has announced that POW! Entertainment acquired the exclusive rights
and ownership in perpetuity to the name "Stan Lee," his likeness, brand
and signature slogans "Stan Lee Presents", "Excelsior" and "Stan's
Soap Box.

 POW! also acquired most of the intellectual properties created by
Stan Lee during the period beginning after his tenure as Marvel's
chief creative officer, editor in chief, and publisher and predate
POW! Entertainment.

The rights are in addition to new properties that are currently being
developed by Stan Lee for othermajor entertainment conglomerates
on behalf of POW! Entertainment

      POW! Entertainment,
Disney Deepens Development Ties  

Disney has expanded its partnership with POW! (Purveryors of Wonder) Entertainment,
led by comic book and film veteran Stan Lee, to include enhanced rights to creative
output of POW!, as well as certain exclusive consulting services.

"Stan 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 XD network to mobile devices,"
says Bob Chapek, president of worldwide distribution at Walt Disney Studios.
"Put that together with his knowledge and familiarity of the Marvel universe
and it makes perfect sense to extend our excellent working relationship
with Stan and POW!"

Disney initially teamed up with POW! in 2007. The newly expanded agreement also
sees Disney taking a 10 percent equity stake in POW! for $2.5 million.

Last week, Disney completed the acquisition of Marvel Entertainment, which owns
a library of more than 5,000-licensed characters, including Spider Man, The Incredible
Hulk and X Men-all closely associated with Lee


Comic Book Legend
Stan Lee & POW! Entertainment
Launches New Comic Convention
with Comikaze Entertainment Inc

 BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Comikaze Entertainment Inc., the operator behind the largest multimedia pop culture, comic book, horror, anime and gaming convention in Greater Los Angeles, has announced a strategic partnership with world renowned pop culture icon Stan Lee and his company POW! Entertainment.  With a staggering 40,000 attendee turnout and over 300 exhibitors during its 2011 debut, this one-of-a-kind-expo was promptly recognized and embraced by attendees, the comic convention industry, and the greater LA area.  In fact, LA Weekly named Comikaze Expo the "Best New Convention".

Hosted at the Los Angeles Convention Center on September 15-16th 2012, 'Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo presented by POW! Entertainment,' promises a larger premier experience for attendees this year with an  amazing line-up of attractions from vendors, exciting interactive contests, tons of celebrity autograph signings, the addition of movie screenings, incredible panel sessions and all new gaming tournaments. Comikaze Expo will also join other major Stan Lee and POW! Entertainment endeavors such as the release of Lee's dedicated digital hub "" with EQAL, 1821's "Romeo & Juliet: The War" and "Stan Lee's Kids Universe," A2 & Archie Comics' "Stan Lee's Mighty Seven," and "Stan Lee's World of Heroes" YouTube channel with Vuguru.




By NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor | Wednesday, 27 March 2013 04:00


Stan Lee Assembles His "Mighty 7"
Wed, May 16th, 2012 at 12:30pm PDT | Updated: 18 hours ago

These days, Stan Lee is unavoidable. The legendary writer behind Marvel Comics biggest icons (alongside artists Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby) has spent the past few months on another of his media-saturated stints traveling the country to talk up everything from the box office juggernaut "The Avengers" to a documentary about his life, and along the way he's filmed commercials for Dr. Pepper and more.

Of course, aside from being the elder statesman/promotional spokesman for comics on the national level, Lee also continues to create new concepts via his POW! Entertainment company. On top of recent launches from BOOM! Studios, Viz and 1821 Entertainment, the writer's most recent series is "Stan Lee's Mighty 7" - a new bi-monthly superhero series published by Archie Comics under a new Stan Lee Comics imprint.

Billed as "the world's first reality comic book," the "Mighty 7" series stars a comic version of Lee himself. As the comic writer within the comic struggles to create new superheroes for Archie, a team of both good guys (two Star Marshalls Asoara and Vallor) and bad guys (prisoners Blastok, Mercuria, Faidout, Ovalax and Telepan) crash land into his life. The particulars of that setup were unveiled recently in "Mighty 7" #1, and next week on May 23, issue #2 arrives in shops to further complicate matters with the addition of the villain Frightmask to the mix. CBR News spoke with Lee about the series creation, his history with non-superhero comics from romance to teen comedy, how he's poking fun at himself in the book, how the collaboration with "Mighty 7" script writers Tony Blake and Paul Jackson and artist Alex Saviuk has gone to date and more.



Stan Lee is on a role! Lionsgate has acquired a new and original superhero property from Stan Lee and his POW! Entertainment.
Smallville's Alfred Gough and Miles Millar will write, direct and produce the movie through their Millar/Gough Ink production company.
Just yesterday Lee locked down Dan Gilroy (Real Steel) to adapt an original treatment of his called The Annihilator.

Of course no details have been revealed for the project yet, but it's being described as a "multigenerational superhero movie that
spans several decades." Now that sounds like it could be interesting, I would really love to learn more about it! This could be a
cool movie.


According to Variety, "The comicbook vet approached Gough and Millar with the superhero concept after becoming a fan of Smallville
and collaborating with the two scribes on Spider-Man 2." The two writers are currently in the middle of producing the new Sylvester
Stallone action film Bullet to the Head,  which is based on the French graphic novel "Du Plomb Dans La Tete," for Warner Bros.



Stan Lee Outlines New MTV Geek Comic Series 'The Seekers' (Exclusive Q&A)

Stan Lee
Stan Lee


Stan Lee sets three with Disney

Apr. 3, 2008 11:48 AM

Comic book legend Stan Lee has set up three projects at Disney, which houses his production shingle POW! Entertainment. The projects have attracted Oscar nominee Richard LaGravenese, scribe Gary Goldman and Robert Teitel and George Tillman Jr. of State Street Pictures.

The projects are based on stories and ideas from Lee, who will executive produce with his POW! partner Gill Champion.

Lee and Champion said the projects are intended to be films with franchise potential, with the first installments intended to serve as an origin story that lays out the mythology of the plot and characters.

"I only hope Disney will have room at the theme park once they become the tentpole franchises that we envision them to be," Lee joked.

LaGravenese is attached to write and direct "Nick Ratchet," revolving around the exploits of a private eye.

LaGravenese last wrote and directed "P.S. I Love You." He was nominated for an Oscar for writing "The Fisher King."

The action-adventure project "Blaze" is being written by Goldman ("Next").

"Tigress" ( working title ) follows a woman who starts getting tiger-like instincts. It's being written by relative newcomer Zoe Green.

Green, a Cambridge undergrad who attended UCLA's directing program, wrote for BBC's "Wolverine & the X-Men" cartoon series.

Lee's POW! entered a multiyear first-look deal with Disney in June.


Disney, Pow Entertainment ink multi-year deal


SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Walt Disney Studios, a unit of the Walt Disney Co. DIS +0.38% ,
said Wednesday it has entered into an exclusive, multi-year first look deal with "Spider-Man" creator
and producer Stan Lee and his production company Pow Entertainment Inc.

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Under the terms of the deal, Lee and his production
company will develop and produce all forms of entertainment, Disney said.







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#31989   Press Release: rickn23 12/06/16 02:56:51 PM
#31988 POW! rickn23 12/06/16 01:03:47 PM
#31987   MOD if you can control the luck? Superhero's rickn23 12/06/16 10:58:33 AM
#31986   Every Eight Weeks – Stan Lee’s Own Subscription rickn23 12/06/16 10:53:51 AM
#31985   On average it is good news. I agree, rickn23 12/05/16 01:37:01 PM
#31984   Good news since it means they don't plan firehorse 12/05/16 01:24:53 PM
#31983   8K rickn23 12/05/16 12:58:28 PM
#31982   Stan Lee impresses audiences in Japan at Tokyo rickn23 12/03/16 11:43:57 PM
#31981   dumping pow last week and buying more FNMA Rayzer369 12/01/16 10:17:11 AM
#31980   Stuart Moore gave it a tweet: rickn23 12/01/16 08:00:23 AM
#31979   Tokyo Comic Con calls on Hollywood’s big guns rickn23 12/01/16 07:49:42 AM
#31978   Created the Iron Man, Transformers digital kingdom, do rickn23 11/30/16 09:58:34 PM
#31977   4 Things I Learned From Lunch With Stan Lee. rickn23 11/30/16 07:04:44 PM
#31976   If I read this right, Stan Lee to rickn23 11/29/16 08:04:07 PM
#31975   No word from POW! on this yet, either. rickn23 11/29/16 01:35:02 PM
#31974   While I agree with you, Stan Lee's name rickn23 11/29/16 08:11:58 AM
#31973   Not that I know of. I saw it rickn23 11/29/16 08:08:30 AM
#31972   lol, if they left "STAN LEE" off of Rayzer369 11/29/16 12:02:34 AM
#31971   Was the Asia airing announced by POW!? firehorse 11/28/16 11:32:02 PM
#31970   Tell us something we don't know Dr. Einstein. dieanotherday 11/28/16 10:39:59 PM
#31969   SyFy Asia, "Stan Lee's Lucky Man" rickn23 11/28/16 10:08:17 PM
#31968   "God Woke" Facebook page. $49.99 for the hardcover. rickn23 11/27/16 02:34:55 PM
#31967   Shaktimaan and Captain Vyom are back! How the rickn23 11/26/16 11:08:51 AM
#31966   Future Hero rickn23 11/26/16 11:00:50 AM
#31965   This is seriously garbage. Posters here at New Doctor 11/25/16 05:08:25 PM
#31964   1 million shares at .02 for sale firehorse 11/23/16 11:41:37 AM
#31963   Who is your NGO hero? Tell us about rickn23 11/23/16 09:29:06 AM
#31962   It was done by Shatner Singularity. I'm not rickn23 11/22/16 10:05:32 AM
#31961   Do I understand this correctly, that POWN has firehorse 11/22/16 09:43:32 AM
#31960   IMDb website shows "God Woke" as completed. rickn23 11/22/16 08:32:33 AM
#31959   Sorry for your loss on this thus far. firehorse 11/21/16 02:53:46 PM
#31958   Still here, still holding, still hoping for a rcwarship 11/21/16 01:32:54 PM
#31957   I don't know if any are still around rickn23 11/21/16 09:49:08 AM
#31956   Where did all the posters go from 6\7 firehorse 11/20/16 07:12:07 PM
#31955   It looks like I have to read stuff rickn23 11/20/16 01:13:55 PM
#31954   Thanks, I didn't read far enough. rickn23 11/19/16 11:26:40 PM
#31953   From the listing.... GrooveMaster 11/19/16 09:27:14 PM
#31952   Is POWN hiring? rickn23 11/19/16 10:59:11 AM
#31951   "Zodiac Legacy": Stan Lee Launches New Generation of rickn23 11/18/16 08:46:19 PM
#31950   Today someone was on the bid at .02 firehorse 11/18/16 07:22:44 PM
#31949   Stan Lee rickn23 11/17/16 01:18:40 PM
#31948   Make way for Mighty Girl rickn23 11/17/16 08:07:03 AM
#31947   Stan Lee with Stan Lee. rickn23 11/16/16 04:07:10 PM
#31946   The Andrew Adams Show Interviews James Nesbitt about rickn23 11/16/16 12:15:01 PM
#31945   Any deal made that results in large amounts rickn23 11/15/16 02:37:18 PM
#31944   People will care if all the news results firehorse 11/15/16 02:17:05 PM
#31943   I'm not sure anyone cares about POWN anymore. rickn23 11/15/16 01:43:00 PM
#31942   Unless we hear something positive, end of the firehorse 11/15/16 12:54:33 PM
#31941   Not a share has traded since the Q3 firehorse 11/15/16 12:52:57 PM
#31940   I think you're right, it is close to rickn23 11/15/16 08:11:54 AM