On the heels of the HULK movie release, Marvel Enterprises Inc. and X3D Technical Corp. have united in a strategic licensing agreement that grants X3D exclusive three-dimensional publishing rights to past and future Marvel comic books in CD-ROM formats Marvel ComX3D. For the first time, the agreement expands Marvel Comics' publication portfolio to be viewed in 3D on virtually any PC screen.
X3D will be launching more than 50 Marvel superhero characters, including Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk and X-Men. The first limited release will feature six comic book titles on "mini" CD-ROM, allowing viewers to play 3D adventures with a variety of Marvel personalities, environments and subplots.
X3D Technologies, headquartered in New York City, makes products encompassing the Internet, gaming, TV, computer, home entertainment and large-scale digital display markets. For more information visit www.x3dworld.com and www.comx3d.com.
Marvel Enterprises (www.marvel.com), also located in New York City, contains more than 4,700 characters in its library.