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Interview with Ray Felix part 3: Who’s Ghost Writing Your Favorite Comics? Who’s the Real Artist?

Interview with Ray Felix part 3

Miguel Guerra and Ray Felix discuss many topics including the phenomenon of using ghost writers and artists at DC and Marvel. Highlights from this interview include…

• Ray talks about a Ghost Artist he knew that worked for Marvel and later DC.

• How to protect yourself! They also discuss other issues of general infringement of his characters and what to watch out for.

• Ray fills us in on the legal progress of his IP dispute with DC lawyers. Read more: Interview with Ray Felix p1 Defending his Intellectual Property from DC Comics. What’s the Punchline?

• Ray talks more the false information in the Bleeding Cool article and his conversations with
an Antarctic Press creator who also has a character named Punchline.

Will the real artist please stand up

I fist spoke to Ray Felix about his legal battles with Marvel and DC back in 2013. Ray’s self published book, A World Without Superheroes, was challenged by both Marvel and DC over his use of “superhero” in the title. The Big Two claim they own “superhero” in any context (damn!). Our interview was so popular, many news sites and blogs, like The Guardian and the New York Daily News wrote articles about it. To read the full interview, click here.

I decided to follow up with Ray of Bronx Heroes Publishing, and see how he’s doing. Let’s just say, he’s been busy! I divided our compelling conversation into a series of interviews, where we discuss:

• How to survive as an independent comic creator
• Protecting your intellectual property against corporate lawyers
• The hidden world of ghost writers, artists and finishers. Who creates your favorite comics?

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