Marvel, after failing to oppose a trademark, has moved to cancel the CANDY HULK trademark claiming it is confusingly similar with their HULK trademark.
Back in May, Stan Lee filed a lawsuit against POW! Entertainment, claiming that the company fraudulently obtained exclusive rights to his likeness. This week, apparently, it’s back to business as usual.
Marvel has opposed a trademark for REAL LIFE PRINCIPLES which, let’s be honest, is an absolute knock-off of the Punisher skull and guns logo.
Marvel is struggling to register the CLOAK & DAGGER trademark in association with the upcoming television show.
Stan Lee is in another lawsuit and this time trying to win back the use if his name and likeness.
Marvel has been in a long drawn out battle over the UNCANNY trademark with a rival comic book publisher trying to register the mark.
DC Comics doesn’t take any look-alike trademarks of the Batman logo lightly, even ones that are hideously bad.
Marvel’s attempt to register a trademark concerning a comic book story arc named MONSTERS UNLEASHED! was opposed by the company that distributes Monster Energy drink and now Marvel has responded and moved to cancel Monster Energy’s trademark.
DC Comics has opposed the registration for SHOWERMAN, the logo for a shower door salesman and the illegitimate cousin of Superman.
San Diego Comic Convention (“SDCC”) filed a lawsuit against the people behind Salt Lake Comic Con (“SLCC”) for trademark infringement over the unauthorized use of the COMIC-CON mark and the jury verdict is finally in.