Did Games Workshop give up on trying to own the term Space Marine…

Since December, you haven't been able to buy M.C.A. Hogarth's book Spots the Space Marine: Defense of the Fiddler on Amazon, because Games Workshop claimed it owned the trademark on the phrase "space marine" due to its popular Warhammer 40K games. As far as we know, Games Workshop's lawyers haven't stopped making… » 2/08/13 10:28am 2/08/13 10:28am

Games Workshop is still claiming to own the trademark to "Space…

Back in December, when Games Workshop first got M.C.A. Hogarth's Spots the Space Marine novels pulled from Amazon.com, claiming to own the trademark for "space marine," this seemed like a misunderstanding. Or an overzealous legal department. After all, the term "space marine" goes back to the 1930s and has been used… » 2/06/13 11:25am 2/06/13 11:25am

It's 2202, and This Space Marine is All Outta Bubblegum

Earth has been destroyed, the remnants of humanity are fleeing through space on a massive worldship, and one heavily-armed space marine has to mow down hordes of vicious alien scum to save them. Will he sacrifice his own humanity and gain powerful cybernetic implants to aid his quest? You'll have to wait for this… » 5/14/08 8:00am 5/14/08 8:00am