Marvel Entertainment Partners With CafePress To Bring Super Heroes To Life Via Online Shop

LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 28, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Some of Marvel's Super Heroes are soaring to! Today, CafePress Inc. (Nasdaq:PRSS), The World's Customization Engine ®, announced its new partnership with Marvel Entertainment to bring Marvel branded apparel and consumer products to millions of fans via the e-commerce store.

CafePress will launch site portals devoted to Marvel's Super Heroes with products varying from t-shirts to mugs and iPhone cases to hoodies. Live since the third installment of the franchise hit theaters in May, the Marvel's Iron Man 3 portal offers customers the chance to purchase gear featuring some of the brand's most popular characters and images.

The selection of t-shirts and gear features a fun selection of movie moments and quotations such as:

Tony Stark isn't the only super hero making his way to CafePress. As part of this new partnership, fan favorites like Spider-Man, Thor, Captain America, The Avengers, and The X-Men will be featured as well. Thor and Captain America will have portals launched tied to the upcoming films on November 8 th, 2013 and April 4 th, 2014, respectively.

"We are thrilled to partner with an iconic entertainment brand like Marvel. We envision that this partnership will expand and grow in exciting ways as we build on Marvel's wealth of famous characters," says Bob Marino, CEO and Director for CafePress. "Marvel's fan-base is well-established and growing exponentially as new generations are blown away with each blockbuster release. We are pleased to help fans – new and old – celebrate their favorite characters with a collection of unique merchandise. Everyone loves a Super Hero!"

If you liked this article you might like

Based on Tchotchke Sales, Hillary Cllinton Will Win the Election

Apparently Some Voters Would Rather Elect a Meteor Rather Than Trump or Clinton

Insider Trading Alert - IBM, CSL And PRSS Traded By Insiders

The Cloud Is the new Main Street

Zulily and 7 Other Internet Retailer Stocks to Sell Right Now