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Producers Accuse Warner Bros. of Hiding ‘Smallville’ Profits in DC Comics
Producers Accuse Warner Bros. of Hiding ‘Smallville’ Profits in DC Comics
And the legal troubles surrounding Superman just keep coming for Warner Bros. Not only is the company in a never-ending battle over ownership for the character with the family of co-creator Jerry Siegel, but now it faces a new wrinkle in an entirely different lawsuit over royalties from the long-running Smallville TV show: Was DC Comics used as an excuse to shortchange the producers of the show by
SLG Publishing Reaches Out to Fans For Legal Funds
SLG Publishing Reaches Out to Fans For Legal Funds
Much-loved indie comics publishing house SLG Publishing is being sued threatened with legal action over a trademark issue involving one of their comics, and SLG head Dan Vado has sent out an open call for financial help to cover the large legal fees that resulted just from responding to the accusations, which have already cost SLG "well into five figures, more than we could possibly ever hope
Lawsuits Are The New Kryptonite: ‘Smallville’ Creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough Sue Warner Bros.
Lawsuits Are The New Kryptonite: ‘Smallville’ Creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough Sue Warner Bros.
Superman is already at the center of a legal battle between Warner Bros. and the estates of Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, but a new party is getting in on the tug of war from an entirely different front. "Smallville" creators and executive producers Miles Millar and Alfred Gough, who left the series after the seventh season, are suing Warner Bros...