Ghost Rider creator flaming mad
Gary Friedrich, the creator of Ghost Rider, is suing Marvel, Sony Pictures, Take-Two and a number of other companies that he claims all conspired to “exploit, profit from and utilise” his copyrights to the popular comic book character.
According to Reuters and The Hollywood Reporter, Gary Friedrich, who created the Marvel comic book character Ghost Rider (a.k.a. Johnny Blaze) in 1968, filed a 61-page lawsuit on April 4 against Marvel Enterprises, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony’s Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, producers Relativity Media, Crystal Sky Pictures, Michael De Luca Prods., Hasbro Inc. and video game publisher Take-Two Interactive.
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