FILE - In this comic book image released by DC Comics, the cover of "Superman" No. 1, is shown. Heirs of Superman artist Joe Shuster had sought to reclaim the copyrights, but a judge ruled they relinquished that right more than two decades ago. The ruling Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, by U.S. District Judge Otis Wright II means that DC Comics and its owner Warner Bros. will retain all rights to continue using the character in books, films, television and other mediums. (AP Photo/DC Comics, File)

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FILE - In this comic book image released by DC Comics, the cover of "Superman" No. 1, is shown. Heirs of Superman artist Joe Shuster had sought to reclaim the copyrights, but a judge ruled they relinquished that right more than two decades ago. The ruling Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, by U.S. District Judge Otis Wright II means that DC Comics and its owner Warner Bros. will retain all rights to continue using the character in books, films, television and other mediums. (AP Photo/DC Comics, File)
FILE - In this comic book image released by DC Comics, the cover of "Superman" No. 1, is shown. Heirs of Superman artist Joe Shuster had sought to reclaim the copyrights, but a judge ruled they relinquished that right more than two decades ago. The ruling Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, by U.S. District Judge Otis Wright II means that DC Comics and its owner Warner Bros. will retain all rights to continue using the character in books, films, television and other mediums. (AP Photo/DC Comics, File)
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