"A World Without Superheroes" is under attack as it reaches its 10th anniversary of its historic lawsuit.
To add insult to inju It seems like DC Comics has a real mad on for RayFelix's, "A World Without Superheroes" series. While in court a decade ago in 2010, DC Comics released the New 52.in 2012. While the case was ongoing, Ray Felix didn't read any comics by DC Comics out o disgust and disappointment for the company trying to prevent him from publishing his comic which he created and copyrighted in 1993. Amidst his trademark case, DC settled with the creator in 2014, which allowed Felix to continue publishing his comic series. In 2015, in Green Lantern Issues 41-52, Hal Jordan was reimagined to resemble Thomas Masada, Mystery Man, from the pages of "A World Without Superheroes". Also, DC parodied the premise of Felix's comic series and mocked it by utilizing the title, "A World Without Superheroes" in their Multiversity miniseries. Ray Felix at the time had ceased reading DC comics and never discovered thatIn less that one year, DC Comics violated their agreement terms within their joint contract which included Marvel Comics. In that contract both DC and Marvel comics agreed not to use the term, " A World Without Superheroes" in any of their publications. The penalty for violating that agreement, would result in compensation on Felix's behalf. DC has yet to respond to his request of payment for DC violating the terms of their settlement. To add insult to injury, in 2020, DC Comics published a one shot story within the "Hawkman" series depicting Hawkman very close to Felix's copyrighted story, "Poe Is The Raven". Felix now feels like this is a personal attack against him.