The Hero of Space and Time

Hero of Space and Time

The Hero of Space and Time

by Steve Napierski to Images

So let me get this straight… Doctor Who, The Tenth Doctor to be exact, mashed up with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time mixed with the artistic style of The Wind Waker? Make it the Eleventh Doctor and add a sonic screwdriver in there somewhere and consider me sold. I like Tennant well enough, I just get too tired watching him. The man is always running!

source: TeeFury
  • auggie

    I’m curious as to how teefury gets away with these almost-daily copyright violations. There’s never any acknowledgement of ownership or permission – I can’t imagine BBC, Nintendo, Nickelodeon, JK Rowling, etc. aren’t aware that a business is flagrantly profiting from their IP. A cease and desist might not do any good in the short term, when Teefury has already stopped selling the shirt by the time the C&D arrives, but such repeated and willful copyright violation builds a strong case against them in a put-your-ass-out-of-business civil suit.

    • PJ

      There have been a few instances where shirt designs have been pulled before the 24 hour sale period was up. Last one I know of was an Archer television show design just a few months ago.

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      • Rachel

        How is this a parody? Totally irrelevant link.

        • bidoopoo

          @ Rachel

          You do realize parody encompasses much more than Weird Al, and the friedberg and seltzer school of making fun of stuff, right?

          Heck, according to Merriam Webster:
          Parody – a piece of writing, music, etc., that imitates the style of someone or something else in an amusing way.

          • Rachel

            I’m a copyright attorney. I know what “parody” means in the context of copyright law, which may be different from the dictionary definition. Fair use parody requires that the parody comment on the copyrighted work. Just making a drawing incorporating copyrighted images is not a parody, because it doesn’t say anything about the copyrighted work.

    • Sophie

      Very true. These guys are riskibg massive inducement liability. They probably don’t make much money, though, so I wonder if the rights holders will see a suit as worth their while.

      • Rachel

        I think it would be straight up infringement, not inducement. They’re doing the copying themselves, not inducing others.

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  • JCAll

    In the next dungeon you get the Sonic Hookshot.

  • Tatsurou

    I’d play that. Would be an awesome game.