Joe Quesada is playing both sides of the ‘Ghost Rider stuff’

Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer (CCO) Joe Quesada and Publisher Dan Buckley spoke to Comic Book Resources. They were wanted to address the controversy concerning Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich. He tried suing Marvel for a percentage of the money made from the first Ghost Rider movie. The movie grossed over $225 million. Of that, … Continue Reading “Joe Quesada is playing both sides of the ‘Ghost Rider stuff’”

The face of copyright infringement

This is a photo of Gary Friedrich, the creator of Ghost Rider, at a comic book convention. He has a table where he’s selling autographed Ghost Rider prints for $20. It’s how, until very recently, he made a living. That came to a stop when Marvel/Disney counter-sued Mr. Friedrich over ownership rights to the Ghost … Continue Reading “The face of copyright infringement”

Hagerstown Suns plan to move to Virginia

Looks like the days of Hagerstown having a professional baseball team are numbered. The company that owns the Suns, Hagerstown Baseball LLC, has signed a letter of intent that it plans to move to Winchester, Virginia. The Suns are a single-A minor league team for the Washington Nationals. The Suns want a new stadium. I … Continue Reading “Hagerstown Suns plan to move to Virginia”

Josh Hamilton obviously cannot control himself

From the San Francisco Chronicle: Texas Rangers outfielder and recovering drug addict Josh Hamilton said Friday that he had a relapse that started with “three or four” drinks at a Dallas-area bar this week, apologizing for a “weak moment” and insisting he will try to make sure it doesn’t happen again. Ah-huh, sure. This isn’t … Continue Reading “Josh Hamilton obviously cannot control himself”