Friday, December 14, 2018
 

Marvel gives fans limited permission to create comics


We don’t have a problem with content owners dictating, via licensing, how we can and cannot use their content. What we do have a problem with is the romantic belief that art is somehow outside of the law. If lawyers (overly cautious and risk-averse as they are) make for bad art, 2017 has shown us that museums and art schools aren’t far behind.

 

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