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Stan Lee Is Brought Back To Life In New Animated Series

Stan Lee has been made into the character of a new animated series. The marvel legend is reincarnated in the series titled “The Amazing Stan”. It keeps the memory of the comic icon alive by showing him as a child.

 

Stan Lee’s company, POW Entertainment, alongside Pure Imagination Studios produced the project. It portrays Lee as a modern-day kid and also his perspective about the world. He takes on risks along with his friends and explores new ideas. Furthermore, it portrays him as a constant dreamer.

 

Scott Peterson, the writer of the popular cartoon, Phineas and Ferb, developed the show. He will work on a concept provided by the Chief Content Officer and President of Pure Imagination, John P. Roberts, and Sanjee Gupta.

 

Honour Stan Lee

According to Deadline, Roberts said,

“It is an honour to help carry on the creative legacy of one of the greatest storytellers that pop culture has ever known by introducing an original animated adventure series featuring a new cast of characters for kids and adults to connect with.”

 

Stan Lee Animated Series

 

The executive producers of the series are President, Director and CEO of Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment, Gill Champion; CEO of PI Studios, Joshua Wexler; Chief Marketing Officer of POW! Entertainment, Bob Sabouni; and also Roberts.

 

“Stan Lee turned his childhood daydreams into a universe that features superheroes that have resonated with generations of all ages and cultures. Now his millions of fans can look forward to seeing him appear as an animated version of his younger self for the very first time,” Roberts explained.

 

Lee started writing comic books when he was only a teenager back in the 1940s. Lee was able to create franchises for Sony. They birthed Spider-Man, Fox’s X-Men and Fantastic Four as well as Marvel Studios’ Avengers, Thor, Dr Strange and Ant-Man.

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