SOURCE: IO Circuit

July 27, 2006 15:35 ET

(OTC PK: POWN) Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

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LAKE HARMONY, PA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 27, 2006 -- This may be the silliest reality show ever created, built around comic-book pioneer Stan Lee and his broadloom hairline. Hundreds of people responded to Lee's invitation to create a new super-hero and win a prize that includes having that hero get his own comic book and TV movie. But the catch was this: Each entrant had to dress up as the super-hero and pretend to be that comic-book character as part of the competition. Lee keeps reminding the contestants that this is a contest about heart and intelligence, not super-powers, but still -- how can you not giggle at the female competitor who changes into a fur two-piece and calls herself Monkey Woman? Imagine a roomful of real-life equivalents to Comic Book Guy from "The Simpsons" and you have this show. Plus Lee (in the Donald Trump role) is incredibly pompous, appearing only on TV screens to the contestants. It's so stupid that it's entertaining. For more information, go to and

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