Stan Lee To Sue A Fat Rabbit?

In the left corner, Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment. In the right, a fat rabbit in a cape. This is the image from t-shirt creators Fat Rabbit Farm that Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment has found so objectionable that a notice of trademark infringement has been issued.

Really? I know that as a trademark holder one is obliged to defend the trademark against possible infringements or risk losing it, but seriously, would anyone look at the following T-shirt and be confused as to wheteher it is aan Lee project or not?

I think that this is one legal letter that can safefully be ignored… *

* I am not a lawyer and I do not play one on the internet.

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