Kickstarter Boots 'Where the Wild Things Are' Sequel to Avoid Legal Squabble

Maximum PC: Kickstarter isn't some fly-by-night website that nobody's heard of. Just the opposite, Kickstarter has successfully funded several high profile projects (Ouya's $99 Android console, for example) and breathed new life into certain franchises (hello, Leisure Suit Larry, nice to make your true acquaintance again!), and you better believe copyright holders are paying attention. That includes HarperCollins, which pressured Kickstarter to pull an unauthorized sequel to Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are."

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newsguy2788d ago

At least the guy isn't rolling in his grave