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But now, years later, the glow is fading. Unfortunately, most of Blackthorne's nonlicensed comics were poorly drawn imitations of other publishers' successful comics, like Mirage's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. However, most countries offer protection to foreign works under certain conditions that have been greatly simplified by international copyright treaties and conventions.” ( Circular 38A [pdf], "International Copyright Relations of the United States," page 8.) If your use is going to take place outside the United States, you will need to be aware of the laws of the country in which you will be using the material and the treaties and conventions in which it participates.

Pages: 120

Publisher: Image Comics (September 27, 2016)

ISBN: 1632159430

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