If you're one of my -very few
- watchers, you may know two of my most successful (?) deviations: Superior Spider-Man
and Spider-Man 2099
You may also know that those deviations are actually t-shirt designs which I sell on Redbubble (check out my profile: www.redbubble.com/people/vicne…
). Or should I say "used to
Yep, it seems like Marvel Entertainment, LLC sent a complaint about my works not being licensed and that kind of stuff and asked Redbubble to remove them, which of course they did. And hear me out: I know that, in a lot of ways, I actually DESERVED it because of course I have no license, this is illegal fan art that I'm selling in the form of t-shirts, mugs, laptop skins, etc.
BUT, did these two bad guys (Superior and 2099) really represent a THREAT
to Marvel's -and Disney's
- economy? Of course they didn't.
So now I ask you guys: what should I do? re upload them and face the consequences?
BTW: this is how it will be if Marvel and I went to legal war: