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September 25, 2017

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Angry Birds Game Play #1 (Review)

Angry Birds Game Play #1 Kaiken Publishing Ltd / IDW Publishing, January 2017 Writers: Tito Faradi / Francois Corteggiani / Janne Toriseva Online games have a long history of being supported by ancillary publishing material such as comics, magazines and books. “Angry Birds” is an online game originally developed in Finland by a company called

“Litigation, Jim, but not as we know it”: Dr Seuss, Star Trek and Copyright Infringement in the US

It is a rare day that a Kickstarter campaign – and a successful one, raising $30000 – for a comic book goes on to detail intellectual property infringement as a legal risk for the venture: While we firmly believe that our parody, created with love and affection, fully falls within the boundary of fair use,

He-Man/Thundercats #2 (review)

He-Man/Thundercats #2 (review) DC Comics, November, 2016 Writers: Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason Our review of “He-Man/Thundercats” #1 was less than favourable due to what we felt was a needlessly complex premise: characters from the two Saturday morning children’s cartoon, “He-Man and Masters of the Universe” and “Thundercats”, smashing against each other, to puzzlingly enable

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