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EA gets Superman licence

Super. Man.

EA (some sort of publisher apparently) has licensed Superman from Warner Bros. and DC Comics in a deal that extends not only to TV shows and comics but also the upcoming film remake - assuming it's released during the contract period.

"We are very pleased to be extending our relationship with EA once again," said Warner Bros' Dan Romanelli, before highlighting the publisher's success with Harry Potter as a good reason for palling up. "Whether storylines are based on film, comics, or television, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Comics, and EA will work closely on all creative fronts to create a seamless, truly interactive gaming experience that capitalizes on the strength of the Superman legacy."

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