Ozy And Millie: A copyright on fire

The original artwork for this comic is available for purchase.

Notes: White-out in panels 1, 2, and 3. Pasted-in correction in panel 1 which has yellowed a little compared to the underlying Bristol board.

  7 comments for “Ozy And Millie: A copyright on fire

    • One would probably have to patent all the different ways of making it. It would be a long and tedious process to figure out all the possible ways that man can create fire. I so want the job of figuring that out. *goes outside and shoots a water gun filled with glycerine at a pile of potassium permaganate*

      • Of course, more or less any way would have prior art. If you did invent an actual new way, it could be patented. That water-balloon thing might be patent-worthy, for example.

    • No. (And I suspect the correct word is ‘patent’.) You could probably patent and new and unique way of -making- fire however. 🙂

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