A federal judge has ruled that DC Comics holds the rights to Superboy and the 1938 advertisements that marked the first published appearances of Superman, rejecting efforts by the heirs to one of the…
The Superman rights dispute now encompasses even promotional material created before the character's first comicbook appearance.
DC Comics has won some key recent rulings over the rights to Superman, but a federal judge has rejected central claims they've made against Marc Toberoff, the attorney for the heirs to the creators…
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A federal judge said that an October, 2001 letter was an agreement that transferred to DC Comics the rights to “Superman” held by the heirs to co-creator Jerome Siegel, but the order is hardly the…
A federal judge has rejected an effort by DC Comics to have the court impose sanctions on the attorney to the heir to “Superman” co-creators Jerry Siegel and Joseph Shuster, as they are engaged in a…
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of Warner Bros. over control of the rights to the Superman character -- paving the way for the studio to continue making Superman movies after "Man of…
A federal judge has handed Warner Bros. a significant victory in its efforts to prevent the heirs of Superman co-creator Joseph Shuster from reclaiming rights to the Man of Steel.
The battle for control over the rights to "Superman" is about to see another significant decision, as a federal judge will decide whether to invalidate an effort by the heirs of one of the…
Warner Bros.' DC Comics wing has scored a legal win in its long-running battle over control of Superman rights with the estates of Man of Steel creators Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster.
Attorney accuses DC Comics of a "desperate and cynical strategy."