Last week, Marvel announced the launch of the Marvel Comics API, which lets developers use Marvel Comics data to build apps and websites inspired by its legendary superheroes. Released only a […]
Since its launch in 2013, Amazon’s Kindle Worlds platform keep expanding with more “Worlds” available for fan fiction writers. Today, Amazon announced a few new licensing agreements with several IP […]
In today’s hyper connected world, it has become harder than ever for media networks to ignore fan fiction, fan art and other types of derivative work. They populate social media, […]
Despite relatively good reviews and a consequent marketing budget, Pacific Rim didn’t perform as well as expected on its opening week, with box office earnings reaching barely over $38 million. With […]
This article attempt to define what an API would be in the context of a media franchise, and suggests a potential API structure.
With Kindle Worlds, Amazon is creating a framework for franchise owners to embrace fan fiction and derivative work.
Now defining itself as a “platform,” Moleskine has gone through a long process of open sourcing its product and brand narrative in order to stay relevant to today’s customer.