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Decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in a twelve-year legal battle between National Comics and the Fawcett Comics division of Fawcett Publications, concerning Fawcett's Captain Marvel character being an infringement on the copyright of National's Superman comic book character. Wikipedia
Fictional character, an anthropomorphic tiger who appears as a supporting character of Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family in superhero/funny animal comic book stories published by Fawcett Comics and later DC Comics. Humanoid and well mannered tiger who wishes to be a part of human society. Wikipedia
Sentences forNational Comics Publications, Inc. v. Fawcett Publications, Inc.
- After seven years of litigation, National Comics Publications, Inc. v. Fawcett Publications, Inc. went to trial in 1948.
- Fawcett ceased publishing Captain Marvel-related comics in 1953, partly because of a copyright infringement suit from DC Comics alleging that Captain Marvel was a copy of Superman.
- Fawcett ceased publishing the comics in 1953 due to a 1951 copyright infringement suit from DC Comics, and their trademark ostensibly lapsed.
- Fawcett ceased publication of Captain Marvel comics after settling a lawsuit from DC Comics in 1953.
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