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The years-long legal battle between Marvel Comics and Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich may be nearing the finish line, with both parties reportedly agreeing to a settlement ahead of the December 16 trial date.
Marvel will defend its ownership of Ghost Rider before a jury after a federal judge on Thursday set a Nov. 4 trial for writer Gary Friedrich’s lawsuit against the publisher.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the initial ruling in favor of Marvel Comics over creator Gary Friedrich, and the lawsuit for the rights to Ghost Rider will go back to trial.
Marvel has urged the Second Circuit to deny Gary Friedrich’s attempt to revive his copyright claims to Ghost Rider, stating that the writer signed away his rights to the character three decades earlier.
Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich has appealed a 2011 court ruling that he gave up all claims to the fiery spirit of vengeance when he endorsed checks from Marvel’s predecessor 40 years ago. ROBOT 6 has details.
During his WonderCon spotlight panel, Steve Niles announced a possible alternative to Diamond Comics Distributors coming in the future from Epitaph Records. We spoke with the vocal creator-owned advocate for more details.
Augie surveys the state of con sketches today and has a hard time recommending artists remain complacent, saying it's not Chicken Little; it's good business practice. Plus, coloring and lettering tips!
After news that "Ghost Rider" writer Gary Friedrich will owe Marvel Comics $17,000 stirred the comics community, Dan Buckley and Joe Quesada explain the publisher's point of view in regard to the case and convention sketches.
In reaction to Marvel's dispute with Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich, comic book artists debate whether to continue offering convention sketches of Marvel or Disney characters.
Judges hear appeal in Warner Bros.' lawsuit against Superman lawyer! Former Judge Dredd artist Brett Ewins arraigned! Creators comment on Marvel-Gary Friedrich case! Plus much more!
In a summary judgement in favor of Marvel, "Ghost Rider" creator Gary Friedrich has been ordered to pay $17K over profits from related convention sales and to cease promoting himself in relation to to the character.
The four year lawsuit contesting the rights to Ghost Rider ended on Wednesday when a U.S. District Judge ruled in favor of Marvel Comics over Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich.
A lawyer for Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich has asserted that the writer's copyright-infringement lawsuit against Marvel will proceed, despite reports that the action had been dismissed. ROBOT 6 has details.