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29 giugno 2008

POW! Entertainment, LLC
Type Public (POWN.PK)
Founded 2005
Headquarters Beverly Hills, CA, USA
Key people Stan Lee, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer; Gill Champion, President, COO; Junko Kobayashi, CFO
Industry Entertainment
Parent POW! Entertainment, Inc.
Subsidiaries QED Productions, LLC
  • POW! (Purveyors of Wonder) Entertainment is an American media production company formed by Gill Champion, Arthur Lieberman and former Marvel Comics editor and publisher Stan Lee in 2001 as a limited liability company.
  • In 2005, the company announced that another animated film that would feature the voice of Ringo Starr.[1][[1]]
  • Also in early 2005, the company formed a strategic partnership to develop a new mobile channel with mobile-streaming pioneer Vidiator, through Vidiator’s state-of-the-art Xenon mobile streaming technology. In 2006, this resulted in an agreement with Sprint Nextel Corp. where the Stan Lee’s POW! Mobile Channel is officially listed as Sprint’s Channel 70.[2] The channel includes mobisodes with Stripperella, The Accuser and The Drifter.
  • On March 15, 2007, Stan Lee Media‘s new President Jim Nesfield filed a lawsuit against Marvel Entertainment for $5 billion, claiming that the company is co-owner of the characters that Lee created for Marvel. Lee, who is no longer associated with Stan Lee Media.[3] And on June 9, 2007, Stan Lee Media is suing Stan Lee, his newer company, POW Entertainment, subsidiary QED Entertainment, and other former Stan Lee Media staff at POW. [4]

  • Footnotes
  1. ^ (March 7, 2007): “Talking Stan Lee’s Mosiac With Scott Lobdell”, by Daniel Robert Epstein
  2. ^ POW! Entertainment,Inc Announces Alliance with Sprint Nextel Corp. and Vidiator in Sixty Billion Dollar Wireless Market 12/26/2006
  3. ^ Stan Lee Media Sues Marvel (html). Archived from the original on 200709-22.
  4. ^ June 9: Stan Lee Media, Inc. Files Expected Lawsuit Against Stan Lee (html). Daily Blog. The Comic Reporter. Retrieved on 200709-22.
  5. ^ Stan Lee Launching Legion of 5. Retrieved on 200804-16.
  6. ^ Stan Lee to oversee Virgin Comics’ superheroes, LA Times, April 19, 2008
  • They also have signed an agreement with Disney to develop new franchises in June 2
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