|We aren't saying maybe they should have stuck to hardware,|
but maybe they should have stuck to hardware.
PRIVILEGED ATTORNEY-CLIENT COMMUNICATIONSo much more. A list of 684 "NAMED CHARACTERS", among other appendices. And this perfect example of show biz lice:
Executive Summary – Creative Issues Second Amended and Restated License Agreement (“Spider-Man”)
2 b. Non-Exclusive To SPE. SPE and Marvel share the following:
“Kingpin” and related characters listed on the attached Schedule 7B, but SPE may not use any of these until after Fox’s production rights to Daredevil expire. Marvel’s use of Kingpin is restricted to use in connection with Daredevil and other characters with which he appeared prior to 9/15/11.
“Jessica Drew” and specifically listed related characters. SPE may depict Jessica Drew as Spider-Woman, and Marvel may only use her without any Spider-Man-related elements.
Marvel and SPE must each notify the other of any intended use of these shared characters.
c. Not Granted To SPE. Certain specified characters are frozen or reserved by Marvel even though they might otherwise fit within the generic descriptions of what is granted to SPE:
Characters listed on the attached Schedule 7A are frozen and may not be used by either SPE or Marvel. Examples are mashups between SpiderMan and other characters and/or characters to which third parties control rights.
Characters listed on the attached Schedule 8 are reserved by Marvel.
Executive Producer Credit. 3 EP credits, if Marvel is required to give EP credit to Stan Lee, otherwise, 2 EP credits. Credits may be shared. Position is at SPE’s discretion. Customary tie-ins for excluded ads and video items. Marvel may not designate any Disney creative or executive personnel to receive EP credit.Honestly, you petty bastards.
Television Series. Animated logo, bug logo and 3 EP credits, if Marvel is required to give EP credit to Stan Lee, otherwise, 2 EP credits.
8. FEATURED VILLAINS. SPE has the right to notify Marvel of the one or two featured villains in upcoming Pictures. After receiving such notice, Marvel can’t feature that villain (other than in “cameo roles” in any animated TV series episodes that are first broadcast on TV or sold in the home video market from receipt of that notice until 30 days after the home video release of the applicable Picture.
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1. Croak & Badger
2. Punfisher / Frank Carple
Spider-Man 1967 television series
1. Dr. Atlantean
2. Dr. Matto Magneta
3. Mole and the Molemen
Spider-Woman 1979 televisions [sic] series 1. Mirium, Vampire Queen and mother of Blade
Note: This is a non-exhaustive list of Marvel Reserved Characters and is included for the sake of clarity.
Note: Nothing in the agreement is intended to amend, limit, or expand SPE’s rights under the license agreement with Marvel relating to Ghost Rider.
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