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"Powers" Cancelled After Second Season, Says Bendis

It looks like PlayStation Network's "Powers" won't be back for a third season.

According to co-creator Brian Michael Bendis (via Twitter), Season 2 was the last installment of the comic book-based series.

Bendis confirmed the news in two posts to Twitter:

this is hard to tweet, but word is that @POWERStheSERIES is sadly, no more. season 2 was the last. at least for now. 1/2

- BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) August 3, 2016

i'll type more about it later, but thank you ALL for your support. such a fantastic personal experience that you gifted all of us. 2/2

- BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) August 3, 2016

"Powers" released its final episode of Season 2 -- which now doubles as the series finale -- on July 19.

However, for those yearning for more "Powers," fear not -- the story will forge on in the comics. Bendis confirmed that the series will return to Marvel Comics for a storyline called "Diamond Days." In a post to Twitter, Bendis revealed that the first two issues are already complete.

but fans of @POWERStheSERIES the comic book will continue @Marvel the next storyline is called diamond days. two issues already in the can.

- BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) August 3, 2016

Co-created in 2000 by Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, "Powers" started out as an Image Comics series, before moving over to Icon, Marvel's creator-owned imprint. Earlier this year, Bendis and Oeming collaborated on a six-issue revival of "Powers," which has been collected in a hardcover edition.

Seasons 1 and 2 of "Powers" are currently available to stream on the PlayStation Network.

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