I take a look at what comics and animated cartoons should’ve entered public domain in 2020 (but didn’t), from “The Avengers” to “Tennessee Tuxedo.”
A look at what sources I use for free stock photos for my blog, including Creative Commons licensed and public domain images.
A look at cartoons that should’ve entered public domain in 2019 under their original copyright terms, from Spider-Man to “The Jetsons.”
My annual look at cartoons that would’ve entered public domain in 2018 if not for changes to copyright laws, ranging from “Top Cat” to “The Fantastic Four.”
I make use of Creative Commons licensed photos for my blog when possible. Here’s a look at some excellent sites offering such free images.
Here’s a look at what popular comics and animated cartoons didn’t enter public domain on January 1, 2017 thanks to flawed copyright laws.
Creative Commons photos are quite useful for websites and bloggers, but do require attribution for their creators to be included. This[…]
A look at what cartoons should’ve entered public domain as of 2016 under older copyright laws, from Supergirl to “Rocky and Bullwinkle.”
The New York Public Library has released over 180,000 public domain images from its collection. Said collection of images is largely[…]
“Happy Birthday To You” is no longer under Warner Bros.’ copyright. But is it an orphan work, or finally fully in the public domain?