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John Pannozzi

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #45 on: 30 September, 2016, 04:12:26 am »
Also, I think Square-Enix (via their buyout of Eidos) co-own the Rogue Trooper video game.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #46 on: 30 September, 2016, 08:49:35 am »
Also, I think Square-Enix (via their buyout of Eidos) co-own the Rogue Trooper video game.

The RT game rights would have reverted to Rebellion years ago, after Eidos declined to make a sequel and would have just let the clock run down on however long the original contract was for.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #47 on: 18 October, 2016, 01:24:05 am »
And there's Pixel Puzzles Ultimate: 2000 AD by Decaying Logic and KISS ltd:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/538600/

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #48 on: 23 October, 2016, 12:18:26 am »
Sorry to doublepost, but I completely forgot that Dredd had a crossover with Elephantmen, owned by Richard Starkings and Active Images.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #49 on: 23 October, 2016, 02:26:59 am »
Sorry to doublepost, but I completely forgot that Dredd had a crossover with Elephantmen, owned by Richard Starkings and Active Images.
I really need to track that down some time.  Was it a free comic book day release?

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #50 on: 23 October, 2016, 09:14:58 am »
It's in the Thought Bubble anthology.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #51 on: 26 October, 2016, 01:35:06 pm »
Sorry to doublepost, but I completely forgot that Dredd had a crossover with Elephantmen, owned by Richard Starkings and Active Images.
I really need to track that down some time.  Was it a free comic book day release?
It was originally in Thought Bubble Anthology 2013.  It's included, along with a Strontium Dog crossover, in Elephantmen: Shots #1 ( https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/the-cbldf-presents-elephantmen-shots-1 )

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #52 on: 26 October, 2016, 02:05:24 pm »
Sorry to doublepost, but I completely forgot that Dredd had a crossover with Elephantmen, owned by Richard Starkings and Active Images.
I really need to track that down some time.  Was it a free comic book day release?
It was originally in Thought Bubble Anthology 2013.  It's included, along with a Strontium Dog crossover, in Elephantmen: Shots #1 ( https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/the-cbldf-presents-elephantmen-shots-1 )

And also in new '10 years of comics' anthology:
https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/thought-bubble-anthology-collection-10-years-of-comics-tp
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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #53 on: 26 October, 2016, 04:40:02 pm »
Sorry to doublepost, but I completely forgot that Dredd had a crossover with Elephantmen, owned by Richard Starkings and Active Images.
I really need to track that down some time.  Was it a free comic book day release?
It was originally in Thought Bubble Anthology 2013.  It's included, along with a Strontium Dog crossover, in Elephantmen: Shots #1 ( https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/the-cbldf-presents-elephantmen-shots-1 )

And also in new '10 years of comics' anthology:
https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/thought-bubble-anthology-collection-10-years-of-comics-tp
I knew that.  The original Thought Bubble issue is printed at a large magazine size (all reprints are normal comic size) , so I think it's still worth getting.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #54 on: 04 November, 2016, 04:41:08 pm »
There was also a Stronium Dog game made by Quicksilva, which later became Grandslam Entertainment.

And a Nemesis the Warlock game made by Martech.


Have Big Finish and their 2000 AD audio dramas been mentioned yet?

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #55 on: 04 November, 2016, 08:45:30 pm »
Quicksilva made two Stronium Dog games, actually.

Krisalis Software made a Rogue Trooper game for Amiga, there was an older Rogue Trooper game from Pirahna,  and Martech also made a Sláine game.

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #57 on: 21 February, 2017, 09:39:03 am »
It says they are working with Rebellion, so presumably Rebellion have licensed it to them.

Jason Kingsley, Rebellion CEO, said they would be looking to work with indie games developers on 2000AD games at the 40th bash.

He was talking about computer games but presumably the same applies to board games (?)

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #58 on: 21 February, 2017, 10:01:03 am »

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Re: The definitive copyright thread
« Reply #59 on: 21 February, 2017, 03:40:52 pm »
I'd love to see some 2000 AD board games, rather than role playing games. Anything along those lines in the offing?
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