September 27, 2014
CR Week In Review
The top comics-related news stories from September 20 to September 26, 2014:
1. Marvel and the Kirby Family settle
ahead of a potential pick-up for review by the Supreme Court Of The United States. Terms were not disclosed. The joint statement contained a reference to promoting Kirby's leviathan-sized role in the creation of the Marvel Comics universe, which I fully support.
2. The convention in Salt Lake City makes a formal response
to charges it is trading on Comic-Con International's claim to the "comic con" phrasing.
3. Albert Uderzo and his daughter reconcile
several days after a lawsuit filed by Sylvie was dismissed by a French court.
Winner Of The Week
Since we don't know the terms reached in the Kirby/Marvel settlement, let's go with the winners of the 2014 version of the Comics Workbook Competition Contest
Losers Of The Week
Book banners. I consider censorship a mental affliction that settles upon societies for varying periods of time, it is that counterintuitive.
Quote Of The Week
"Each show has its own feel. You have to figure out which types work best for you and try new ones to expand your reach/engage new fans." -- Jim Zub
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