NYCC | Bendis confirms <i>Powers</i> TV series headed to FX

We typically leave Hollywood news to CBR's "Comics Reel," but this tidbit seems worth including in our coverage of New York Comic Con: Writer Brian Michael Bendis has confirmed that the Powers television series is in active development as a pilot for FX.

Bendis had teased in September that the adaptation might be bound for the cable network, home to such dramas as The Shield, Rescue Me and Damages.

“I just handed in a draft to the network and we’re getting our notes from the network as soon as this thing is over," Bendis told MTV's Splash Page today. "So next week I’ll get the notes, and as long as they don’t involve sock puppets and some sort of orgy scene that I’m not interested in, then hopefully it will go in the right direction.”

Created by Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, Powers was published by Image Comics from 2000 until the creators moved the superhero police procedural to Marvel's Icon imprint in 2004. The series previously had been optioned as a movie by Sony Pictures.

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