I've been putting posts on the new Desktop version of Yahoo, it accepts links.
Only real news was new NITRON IP to be made into a comic/graphic novel series and maybe movie or TV, initially funded with $50 million. Benaroya Pictures/Publishing is behind it.
Also The Hollywood Reporter has released four, approx. 4 minute episodes of "Cosmic Crusaders". They also released some Stan Lee articles from their special Stan Lee 75 years in the business SDCC edition.
I won't be posting here anymore unless Yahoo merges the two versions.
It will be at a Pre Comic-Con Bash in Los Angeles, July 12th. Looks like a big event. Link on iHub. Use the link, you may have to click on "Click Here To Skip Registration" to see it.
Also mentioned, THR (The Hollywood Reporter) website will be premiering "Stan Lee's Cosmic Crusaders" on July 18th and the Hindsight VR app (powered by eevo) on July 21st.
11:00 am Diversity in Comics: Indian Superheroes are Here
Grant Morrison and Graphic India co-founder Sharad Devarajan. Graphic India will unviel new projects coming out soon
12:45 pm Shatner Singularity Universe:Exclusive Preview
Creative teams will display art and video clips from upcoming projects including "Stan Lee's God Woke".
7:00pm LINE Webtoon: Monetize Your Comics
Tom Akel will walk you through how to publish and promote your own IP. Hear from creators, including winner of the Stan Lee Superhero Comics Contest, L. G. Lancaster and Orlando Caicedo (The Badguys).
TheRealStanLee Facebook and Twitter page had a picture of Gill with James Nesbitt and Amara Karan.
I saw this yesterday and posted it on iHub as a curiosity. But, I've been wondering what Gill is doing in England.
Looks like LINE Webtoon released a PR on this. It's Titled, "Stan Lee and POW! Entertainment Announce The Badguys".
Link on iHub, but I saw it on some website called, sknr (net).
15 inch tall plush Stan Lee doll, utters 6 phrases w/Stan Lee hand signed card
11"x17" print from Stan Lee's "God Woke" motion graphic novel
Meet and greet with Stan Lee at their booth
Link on iHub or go to SDCC blog
Genius Brand's 8K is out, so you can access th shareholder's letter with pictures. It's the ex9901 attachment to the 8K. I also put a link on iHub POWN board
You can find a copy on iHub's Genius Brands board, message #1316.
It looks like Hot Topic might be the only licensee for "Stan Lee's Cosmic Crusaders" ready to put out product. Genius gets about a 10% royalty rate (on wholesale prices) on the merchandising licenses.
There is an article on the Forbes website mentioning Stan/POW! with a picture of "Stan Lee's Cosmic Crusaders" (only other picture is Star Wars Lego).
Link on iHub. It's titled, "At Licensing Expo, Character is King".
I'm going to try for a link here. It may not stick. Hard to tell sometimes.
SKY 1 tweeted it. Or, link on iHub
Stan Lee hasn't done a very good job announcing POW! stuff at the comic cons. He spends only a couple of minutes if he is prompted about it. For the last couple of years he would tell people to watch for "The Annihilator", next year. Sometimes he wouldn't even give out the name.
Genius Brands is at the Las Vegas Licensing Expo this week trying to get more licensees for this, hopefully we get more announcements by the end of the week. But, it should make for a more exciting San Diego Comic con for us.
POW! has been dead money for a couple of years now. I don't think it's below the radar. I think people just don't care. There were too many announcements about projects that never materialized. More progress on the movie projects might get more people buying shares.
It looks like it wouldn't take much buying to move the share price.
It's showing up in a lot of places.
Genius Brands International is at the Las Vegas Licensing Expo (June 21-23 pushing it as one of their brands for general licensing.
This should make for an exciting San Diego Comic Con for us.
It looks like it is "Stan Lee's Mighty 7" re-branded as "Stan Lee's Cosmic Crusaders". It's now aimed at 18-24 year olds.
POW! is partnering with The Hollywood Reporter and Genius Brands.
Written by Fabian Nicieza, with some art done by Todd McFarlane.
First four episodes will be exclusively on THR website and will air one a day during the SDCC, will be presented in VR. 22 episodes in all. THR will promote it across their website, YouTube and social media. Genius Brands will then promote it globally.
Will be introduced during the Las Vegas Licensing Expo starting today. Already secured Hot Topic.
It's on The Hollywood Reporter website, or link and copy on iHub.
Video on iHub. "The Annihilator" got a mention towards the end of his panel. The Denver Gazette mentions "The Annihilator" in their write up on the convention panels (link also on iHub).