Former "Sonic the Hedgehog" editor and artist Scott Fulop says he is the owner of characters he created for the comic.
An intellectual property attorney strolls through the artists alley of a convention, and discovers "70-80% of the vendors and artists were selling infringing intellectual property."
Riad Sattouf's graphic memoir "Arab of the Future" won this year's Los Angeles Times Book Prize in the graphic novel division.
A collection of more than 1,000 classic comics, including the first appearances of Batman and Superman, debuted in London ahead of a world tour.
By declining to review the case, the high court lets stand a finding that the Batmobile is distinctive enough to be considered "a copyrightable character."
A manufacturer of unlicensed Batmobile replicas has petitioned the high court to review his case against DC Comics.
A Massachusetts man has been indicted on charges stemming from his failed "Kung Fu Panda" copyright-infringement suit against DreamWorks Animation.
The French satirical magazine plans to publish 1 million copies of a special issue commemorating the one-year anniversary of the deadly attack on its Paris office.
U.S. manga publisher Viz Media has released a statement about digital piracy following the arrests in Japan of four men accused of illegally uploading a chapter of "One Piece,"
Police in Japan arrested three men on charges of copyright violation for allegedly scanning and uploading the latest chapter of "One Piece" to an English-language website.
Two episodes from the "Cursed Earth" storyline will be published for the first time since 1978, thanks to changes to the European Copyright Directive.
Disney, Marvel and Lucasfilm have joined with Hello Kitty owner Sanrio to sue a couple that sells unlicensed edible frosting sheets featuring their properties.
An unsanctioned Pokemon-themed party planned for the eve of PAX Prime was canceled after the Pokemon Company International sued event organizers, claiming copyright infringement.
Video game company SNK Playmore is dropping year-old criminal charges against manga publisher Square Enix, which is now free to continue publishing "Hi Score Girl."
Some worry the Trans-Pacific Partnership will threaten the existence of doujinshi, self-published fan comics that are generally given a pass by Japanese publishers.