Disney's Marvel unit has filed five lawsuits in hopes of retaining full control and ownership of Avengers characters including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Dr. Strange, Ant-Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow ...
Superhero factory Marvel asked a federal court on Friday to block artists behind iconic figures such as Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, and those artists' heirs, from wresting away control of those ...
Marvel filed five lawsuits on Friday seeking to block the heirs of comic book creators from reclaiming copyrights to many of its most popular characters, including Spider-Man, Iron Man ...
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According to the report, if the creators’ heirs notices were accepted, Marvel would lose rights to characters including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Falcon ...
As much as we love the content Marvel Studios produces, nothing is perfect; not even Iron Man nor Spiderman can save us from ...
This is not the first case in which a Marvel artist’s heirs have attempted to sue the entertainment behemoth for rights to the characters. The children of comic book artist Jack Kirby brought a ...
Here’s the situation: according to The Hollywood Reporter, US copyright law allows authors or their heirs to reclaim ... So, naturally, Marvel is suing. Its argument: Spider-Man is not eligible ...
Rights termination is a hot topic and is at the center of Stan Lee’s heirs’, et. al. lawsuit against Disney/Marvel. The rights owners (usually the creators) present a unified front against the ...