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Re: Art Plagiarism
« Reply #30 on: April 06, 2015, 08:23:22 am »
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Every time I go to Comic Con, the first thing that smacks me in the face is how many non-professional artists are selling prints, Tee's and Sketchbooks using licensed characters from the Big Two (DC and Marvel). How are they allowed to get away with this without any kind of reprisal? They make money hand over fist and don't even have to pay any kind of royalty fee to either company for the use of character(s). The above link pretty much spells out what I thought was the mindset of big companies and how what I see at a Con is really small potatoes in the bigger scheme of things. Good read.
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