Valencia logo Batman, out against DC Comics


Valencia logo Batman, out against DC Comics.

LaLiga side Valencia have hit out against DC Comics after they filed a complaint against Los Che over their recent centenary crest.

The makers of Batman wrote to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) last week after Valencia released a new club logo similar to that of the Caped Crusader.

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The fact that Valencia’s crest has been carrying a bat since 1919 and DC only came into existence in 1939 doesn’t seem to have stopped the American company.

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But now Los Che have responded with one of the saltiest comments you’ll read all week.

Yep, they really did say that.

Whilst also adding: “We are not going to stop using the bat because DC Comics says it, there is no commercial brand that has a worldwide exclusive on bats.”

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You certainly don’t need The Riddler to understand where Valencia stand on this one.


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