Rob Liefeld Challenges Trademark Registration Of Supreme

Bleeding Cool pointed out that last year, one Nuben Azar had registered for the trademark of “Supreme” for comic book publication.

Even though Image Comics were continuing to publish, and keep in print, Supreme comics based on Rob Liefeld‘s creation.

Now it appears that Rob Liefeld has challenged that registration.

Though, stereotypically, he did leave it a bit late though, and had to request an extension to challenge the trademark application…supreme

 

Which was granted.

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Let battle commence!

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