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2nd Jun '17 1:43:18 PM StFan
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30th May '17 10:16:35 AM Willbyr
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30th May '17 10:14:49 AM Willbyr
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29th May '17 6:41:50 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit by Creator/DCComics which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Franchise/{{Superman}}, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen years later, DC revived Captain Marvel. By this point, however, Creator/MarvelComics had ironically already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit by Creator/DCComics which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Franchise/{{Superman}}, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen years later, DC revived Captain Marvel. By Ironically, by this point, however, Creator/MarvelComics had ironically already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
29th May '17 6:28:29 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel. By this point, however, Creator/MarvelComics had ironically already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel, Marvel]], whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit by Creator/DCComics which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Franchise/{{Superman}}, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty Nineteen years later, Creator/DCComics DC revived Captain Marvel. By this point, however, Creator/MarvelComics had ironically already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
29th May '17 6:22:05 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which Creator/DCComics alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Franchise/{{Superman}}, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen years later, DC revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which Creator/DCComics alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Franchise/{{Superman}}, Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen Twenty years later, DC Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, By this point, however, Creator/MarvelComics had ironically already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
29th May '17 6:17:19 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel, Marvel]], whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which Creator/DCComics alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Franchise/{{Superman}}, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Nineteen years later, Creator/DCComics DC revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
29th May '17 6:12:19 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty Nineteen years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
29th May '17 6:00:38 AM PF
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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel (which is ironic, since they were the ones who killed Fawcett Comics in the first place), but Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.

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This trope's title originated with the character Captain Marvel, whose comic was originally published under the same name by Fawcett Comics. Following a lawsuit which alleged that Captain Marvel infringed upon the copyrights of Superman, Fawcett went out of the comics business and their trademarks lapsed. Twenty years later, Creator/DCComics revived Captain Marvel (which is ironic, since they were the ones who killed Fawcett Comics in the first place), but Marvel. Ironically, Creator/MarvelComics had already created [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell a new character]] and publication titled ''Captain Marvel''. Due to issues with copyright and trademark law, the character could continue to be called Captain Marvel, but any magazines or merchandise would be titled ''Shazam!'' After [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} the 2011/2012 relaunch of DC]], Captain Marvel is now officially named "Shazam" because of this.
28th May '17 10:34:14 PM LB7979
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Contrast IconicCharacterForgottenTitle and ProtagonistTitleFallacy. See also RefrainFromAssuming and BrandNameTakeover.

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Contrast IconicCharacterForgottenTitle and ProtagonistTitleFallacy. See also RefrainFromAssuming and BrandNameTakeover.
BrandNameTakeover. Not to be confused with IAmNotWeasel, which is about species confusion rather than naming confusion.
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