As most of you have heard by now, Gary Friedrich, the creator of the beloved Ghost Rider is being sued by Marvel Comics. Gary has been given a hefty $17,000 bill to be paid to the corporation. Comic fans and creators alike have been banding together over the past week in order to help Gary and his family in their time of need.
Obviously, this is an important time for creator rights in comics, it seems more and more lawsuits are arising every day. The feuds between fellow creators, corporations, and publishers are stemming up all over the place. While it seems that it is time for a change, that will not happen over night. Please see more links below. You can donate to Gary here.
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