Starz Home Entertainment, in co-production with Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment, Inc., is leading the pack with the first of two brand new, full-length, animated feature films created by fantasy maestro Stan Lee. On January 9, 2007, experience the wonders of a teenage world turned upside down with the release of the animated feature, Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic. Created by the originator of comic book icons like Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, and The Hulk, Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic is a powerful new adventure that brings the New Year in with a bang. SRP is $14.98.

Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic is an epic adventure that leads to hidden worlds few knew existed. The fantastical journey begins when an average carefree teenager Maggie Nelson suddenly is transformed into a wild chameleon-like superhero. After this metamorphosis, she is thrust into a world of intrigue and adventure. With help from a handsome young mentor, who has connections to a mysterious ancient culture, Maggie, battles to save the world from the grips of evil-doers. Is it possible she is the fabled chosen one who has to make peace between the human and chameleon races? Even if she is, are her powers great enough to end a war that has been going on for centuries? The answers await within this highly stylized tale.

Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic includes the following extras:

*) Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1), enhanced for 16x9 TVs

*) DVD Intro: Introduction to the movie, the characters, and the story, by Stan Lee

*) Featurette: Interview with Creator Stan Lee and his insights into the creation of this superhero

*) Featurette: Interview with Director Roy Smith and his insights into the creation of this animated feature

*) DVD Game: Mosaic-ku! Based on the popular Sudoku -The player has to figure out which character to fill in the missing spaces to complete the Mosai-ku. Upon completion of the game, Maggie is revealed, and morphs into a picture of Stan Lee that plays clip where Stan Lee offers congratulations.

*) Spanish Dub

*) 16 page Comic Book: The Condor by Stan Lee