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Scott Lobdell on Scripting "Stan Lee’s Mosaic"

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Newsarama.com has spoken to writer Scott Lobdell about scripting Stan Lee Presents Mosaic, the latest superhero creation from the legendary comics icon. Lobdell discusses how he got the job to script the direct-to-video animated feature, the changes that were made to his script, and where the series could go from here. He also briefly mentions the Stan Lee/Ringo Starr project, revealing that he will be scripting that direct-to-video feature as well.

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