About Stan Lee:
Known to millions as the man whose Super Heroes propelled Marvel to its preeminent position in the comic book industry, Stan's
co-creations include Spider-Man™, The Incredible Hulk™, X-Men™, The Fantastic Four™, Iron Man™, as well as hundreds of others.
He introduced Spider-Man™* as a syndicated newspaper strip that became the most successful of all syndicated adventure strips
and has appeared in more than 500 newspapers worldwide. Stan currently remains Chairman Emeritus of Marvel, as well as a member
of the Editorial Board of Marvel Comics. Stan is currently the Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of POW! Entertainment, a
multimedia entertainment company based in Beverly Hills, CA, which he founded with production partner Gill Champion and business
affairs partner the late Arthur Lieberman. POW! has created numerous new characters and stories in areas including publishing,
film, TV, reality, stage, documentary, and multimedia
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, Inc. (POWN) creates and licenses intellectual properties for the
entertainment industry with the goal of building new franchises in the following outlets: feature length films including live
action and animation, television, mobile and online apps, and video games. All intellectual properties, including characters
and stories, are vertically integrated to offer as many ancillary opportunities as possible (i.e. merchandise, apparel, etc.).
POW!’s strategy leverages the creative output of Stan Lee with minimal initial cash investment. This is accomplished by outsourcing
creative talent for specific projects and working with larger production entities to complete the more labor and capital-intensive
stages of project development, distribution, and marketing.