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COPYRIGHT AND KRYPTONITE: THE FAILINGS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW THROUGH THE EYES OF SUPERMAN

JESSE J. KRUEGER

This Comment will examine the history of the litigation surrounding Superman in conjunction with an analysis of ever-evolving American copyright law.  Specifically, it will seek to illuminate the inadequacy of current copyright law in regards to graphic characters, and explain how various provisions of the different iterations of the Copyright Act work counter to each other and undermine the intent of American laws regarding certain types of intellectual property.
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