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14 mag 2021

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On the other hand, there were some differences from the legal practices of the American comic book industry. When TBS received the huge royalties from the merchandising of the "Super Jetter" characters, half was distributed to the writers. They were very happy with this share. This explains why they, who later became successful writers, tend to glorify their early days in TV animation. In contrast, major comic book publishers in the United States rarely share royalties with writers and artists. This is because fictional characters, including Superman and Wonder Woman, are "patents" owned by the publisher (or rather, its parent company), and royalties from patent licenses belong to the patent owner. sembra naturale?

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