Marvel Registers Loki Trademark Ahead Of Boom's New Comic Book

Marvel Registers Loki Trademark Ahead Of Boom’s New Comic Book

Posted by February 4, 2014 Comment

loki-agent-of-asgardMarvel have been firming up their trademark registrations on Ant-Man, Venom and Sinister Six ahead of Marvel and Sony’s upcoming movies.

But there’s also a registration on Loki: Agent Of Asgard, the name of the new comic from Marvel out this week.

It’s registered for,

Comic books; magazines featuring printed stories in illustrated form and comic book stories and artwork; printed periodicals in the field of comic book stories and artwork; posters

Normally Marvel get involved with registering trademarks when there are multi-media possibilities. So will we get a film? A cartoon?A TV series? If no why just trademark the comic books?

Well, could it be something to do with another comic from Boom, Loki: Ragnarok And Roll out on the 19th February?

boom_loki_001_aVery, very possibly…

Venom is down for;

Education, entertainment and online services, badges; busts of resin and busts primarily of resin which include calcium carbonate powder; figurines and statuettes made of plaster; figurines and statuettes made of plastic; figurines and statuettes made of wax; figurines and statuettes made of wood; furniture; gift package decorations made of plastic; inflatable furniture; furniture, namely, mattresses; mirrors; non-Christmas ornaments made of plaster, plastic, wax or wood; non-metal and non-leather key chains; party ornaments of plastic; picture frames; pillows; plastic banners; plastic boxes; plastic cake decorations; plastic flags; plastic key chains; sleeping bags; statues of resin, and statues primarily of resin which include calcium carbonate powder

While Sinister Six goes a bit further,

Education, entertainment and online services, Toys, games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles (except clothing); hand-held units for playing electronic games for use with or without an external display screen or monitor; Christmas stockings; Christmas tree ornaments and decorations; snow globes, Cosmetics; dentifrices; non-medicated toiletries; fragrances; perfumes, Badges; busts of resin and busts primarily of resin which include calcium carbonate powder; figurines and statuettes made of plaster; figurines and statuettes made of plastic; figurines and statuettes made of wax; figurines and statuettes made of wood; furniture; gift package decorations made of plastic; inflatable furniture; furniture, namely, mattresses; mirrors; non-Christmas ornaments made of plaster, plastic, wax or wood; non-metal and non-leather key chains; party ornaments of plastic; picture frames; pillows; plastic banners; plastic boxes; plastic cake decorations; plastic flags; plastic key chains; sleeping bags; statues of resin, and statues primarily of resin which include calcium carbonate powder, Bags; backpacks; calling card cases; coin purses; fanny packs; key cases; key chains; luggage; luggage tags; purses; umbrellas; wallets, Paper and paper articles; cardboard and cardboard articles; printed matter; publications; books; photographs; portraits; paintings; stationery; office and school supplies, Apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; audio books; audio recordings; audio and visual recordings; video game software; computer programs and software; consumer electronics and accessories therefor; decorative magnets; graduated rulers,

And Ant-Man covers,

Education, entertainment and online services, Non-alcoholic beverages; juices; syrups for making soft drinks, Confectionery and chewing gum; breakfast cereals and preparations made from cereals; cereal bars; bread; muffins; muffin bars; pastry; waffles; pancakes; cookies; crackers; biscuits; popcorn; corn chips; pretzels; puddings; coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; rice; flour; ices; ice; honey; condiments; sauces; spices; pizza; pasta and noodles; macaroni and cheese; frozen meals consisting primarily of pasta or rice; staple foods, Textiles; fabric; bed linen; table linen; bath linen; household linens; textile articles not included in other classes; plastic table covers, Clocks; jewelry; jewelry boxes; jewelry cases; key rings of precious metal; coins; watches; watch bands, Cosmetics; dentifrices; non-medicated toiletries; fragrances; perfumes

 

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Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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(Last Updated February 4, 2014 5:09 am )

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