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is apparently launching the Hollywood version of attacking by land, sea, and air, and is not just content with dominating the competition at the box office, but also the small screen of television, as well. With S.H.I.E.L.D. pretty much already guaranteed to crush its timeslot competition whenever it starts airing, he has another television project in the works.

Deadline reports that Stan Lee's Mighty 7 will also be adapted for television. Lee's POW! Entertainment will be partnering with 's A Squared Entertainment to produce the project, which will be released as a trilogy of movies.

From the Deadline report:

The TV movie trilogy is billed as the first-ever reality superhero show and sees Lee insert himself into the story as a writer hired by Archie Comics to create a new group of superheroes. But when a group of seven aliens crash lands near his trailer, Stan decides to teach them how to behave as superheroes to thwart the military that’s in hot pursuit.

Stan Lee's Mighty 7 debuted last year from Archie Comics as a bi-monthly series. The first of the trilogy is set to air late in 2013.


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