Do Marvel Trademarks Indicate Rocket Raccoon, Alpha Flight, Black Panther, Ant Man And Strikeforce Morituri Digital Comics On The Way?

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It’s always fun to follow an official trademark application. It can show the intent of a publisher, but also how much they care about the trademark being applied for. It costs money, so it’s often not done willy nilly, often over things that will make the publisher lots of money. Such as movies.

But in this case, the registration from Marvel Characters is just in the field of “Downloadable electronic publications in the nature of comic books, comic magazines and stories in illustrated form”

And they are:

  • Age Of Ultron
  • Alpha Flight
  • Black Panther
  • Guardians Of The Galaxy
  • New Warriors
  • Rocket Raccoon
  • Strikeforce Morituti
  • Journey Into Mystery
  • Irredeemable Ant Man

Is this Marvel just covering some trademark bases over books that hadn;t been trademarked on digital lines? Can we expect a new Alpha Flight title? Or are these books on which downloadable promotions will be concentrated? A new Rocket Raccoon only available to the digital crowd?

I have no idea. But, as ever, always fun to speculate!

 

 

 

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