A mother who planned to sell a "Supermanny" comic to benefit her disabled son reportedly drew objections from DC Comics when she filed a trademark application.
John Macaluso has resigned after four years as CEO and president of Wizard World, following the company's $4.3 million loss in 2015.
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."
Lawyers for Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con have asked a judge to give them until March 1 to work out a potential agreement.
After a year-long feud over the term "Comic Con," organizers of Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con are set to meet next month with a judge about a possible resolution.
Ahead of this weekend's Salt Lake Comic Con, one of event's co-founders says settlement talks are under way with Comic-Con International in the fight over the term "Comic Con."
Disney, Marvel and Lucasfilm have joined with Hello Kitty owner Sanrio to sue a couple that sells unlicensed edible frosting sheets featuring their properties.
The owners of a tire shop in little Paeroa, New Zealand, are altering the appearance of their Superman-esque mascot after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from DC Comics.
DC Comics claims Mad Engine's "Dad" T-shirt design infringes on its trademark for the iconic Superman shield.
A European Union court has determined the shape of the world-famous minifigures deserves trademark protection.