Who doesn’t love Stan Lee? He’s brought us some of the most memorable characters over the years. Over at his Youtube channel Stan Lee’s World of Heros, where he has some great shows like Cocktails with Stan Lee, Geek DIY, and my personal Favorite Stan’s Rant’s, he’s unveiling some new content.
Each show has it’s own style and will bring something new and entertaining to the channels already superb line-up.
Bad Days is an animated show that will show heroes and villians on the best and worst days.
Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans sends Adrianne Curry on a quest to find the most hardcore geek super fans.
Geek Therapy is a comedy about a therapist who helps geeks deal with all their special emotional issues.
Below you’ll find the official press release.
Be sure to stay tuned this week as we’ll be on the floor at New York City Comic-Con bringing the latest news.
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YOUTUBE CHANNEL AT NEW YORK COMIC CON
Comic Book Legend Stan Lee, Adrianne Curry, Peter David and David Uslan
to Premiere New Clips and Speak to the Emerging Enthusiast Culture
BEVERLY HILLS, CA – October 9th, 2012 – Vuguru and POW! Entertainment
will premiere a slate of new programming for YouTube channel, Stan Lee’s
World of Heroes, at New York Comic Con. The comic book icon will
announce the premiere of “Bad Days,” “Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans” and
“Geek Therapy,” on Saturday, October 13th. The panel will include pop
culture experts and enthusiasts, Stan Lee, Adrianne Curry, Peter David
and David Uslan to speak to the emerging enthusiast culture and
introduce media and guests to the new series through the premiere of
exclusive show clips.
Every story has a hero. Stan Lee’s World of Heroes is the premiere
destination for all things related to heroes, villains and the world of
fandom. With both scripted and unscripted shows, the channel offers
something for everyone from comic book fans to pop culture enthusiasts
looking for Stan’s opinions, hero pop culture, the geek universe and
beyond. All flavored with Stan’s unique brand of humor.
After the successful premiere of Stan Lee’s World of Heroes this past
July, the channel has received praise and exceptional reviews, building
a loyal fan base for programs including, “Cocktails with Stan,” “Stan’s
Rants,” “FanWars,” “Stan Lee’s World of Heroes Presents: Mask & Cape
News” and “Geek DIY.” Vuguru and POW! Entertainment are excited to
announce the new fall programming premiering this October and November.
New fall programming includes:
Bad Days (animated parody) – October 8th
From Junaid Chundrigar, the creator of the animated viral sensation
Disassembled, and co-creator Davor Bujakovic, Bad Days shows us heroes
and villains on their worst days. Whether Green Lantern is wasting time
with an emerald Yo-Yo or Batman has locked himself out of the
Bat-Mobile, Bad Days lets us laugh at epic super failure.
Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans (unscripted reality) – October 11th
Super Fans showcases the best and brightest of the fan community. Host
Adrianne Curry (America’s Next Top Model, My Fair Brady), known to many
as the “Queen of the Dorks,” takes her deep and abiding love of all
things geek and uses it to explore the lives of other hardcore fans of
comic books, graphic novels, movies and TV. Who are these people and
what is it about their muses of choice that inspires them to such
extreme fandom? Adrianne will visit their homes, meet their friends and
families, and pull back the curtain on the unique lives of these
passionate men and women.
Geek Therapy (scripted comedy) – Coming November
America Young stars in Geek Therapy, a comedic series about a caring
Therapist who helps geeks of all kinds deal with their special emotional
issues. Whether handling the troubled romantic relationship between a
geek and a nerd or coaxing a catatonic geek out of her sorrow over Steve
Jobs’ passing, the Geek Therapist always has a kind word and a clever
plan to help.
About Vuguru LLC
Vuguru LLC is an independent studio that develops and finances scripted,
story-driven content for digital and international platforms. Founded
by Michael D. Eisner’s Tornante Company and backed by Canada’s Rogers
Media, the company develops, finances and licenses premium scripted
content to a global set of distribution partners with large audiences.
Vuguru programming has been distributed in over 40 countries around the
world, and in 2010, the company structured a first-of-its-kind
international sales & distribution commitment for 10 projects with
UK-based Content Media Corporation. In the U.S., Vuguru has
multi-project licensing and distribution deals with AOL and Yahoo!.
Vuguru’s inaugural series, Emmy(r)-nominated “Prom Queen,” pioneered the
online serial space with its unique format and distribution. Most
recently in the U.S., Vuguru’s “Little Women Big Cars,” “Fetching” and
“Greetings From Home” launched on AOL to millions of views. “Nuclear
Family” premiered on SyFy Digital. The second season of the global hit,
“The Booth at the End” launched on Hulu in August and debuts
internationally in fall 2012. Additional Vuguru series include
“Playdate”, “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”, “Pretty Tough”, “The Millionaire
Tour”, “Off Season”, “Crawlspace”, “Stan Lee’s World of Heroes”, “Deep
Powder” and the Emmy(r)-nominated “Back on Topps”.
About POW! Entertainment
POW! Entertainment, Inc. (OTCQB: POWN), a multi-media entertainment
company, was founded by noted comic book writer Stan Lee, together with
award-winning producer Gill Champion and the late intellectual property
specialist Arthur Lieberman. POW!’s principals have extensive
backgrounds in the creation and production of original intellectual
properties, including some of the most successful entertainment
franchises of all time. POW! is utilizing Stan Lee’s historical
background by perpetuating his legacy while creating and developing all
new live-action films, television, digital games, merchandising,
licensing and related ancillary markets, all of which contribute to
global expansion. POW! partners with third parties and strategic
alliances, including studios and networks, in the production and
distribution of new POW! character franchises.