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For legal questions such as these, it is always good to contact a copyright lawyer in your country. Laws regarding fair use, copyrights and the likes differ per country, and a copyright lawyer should be more than capable of answering your questions. And this answer should not be seen as legal advice. Beyond that, yes, you'd likely need a license. And should ...


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Legally, you will almost definitely need a license. In fact, pretty much all fan merch (including fanart) is technically illegal or at least in a legal gray area - there is little preventing companies with copyright ownership from striking down on such things, other than bad publicity. That said, there is a general unspoken agreement, especially for Japanese ...


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For legal questions such as these, it is always good to contact a copyright lawyer in your country. Laws regarding fair use, copyrights and the likes differ per country, and a copyright lawyer should be more than capable of answering your questions. And this answer should not be seen as legal advice. What you are describing is fan fiction/derivative work, ...


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One of the ways to do it will be by asking the owner of the copyright of the anime Boruto: Naruto Next Generations which is “d-rights Inc”. You can find that by searching up on google, “Who owns the copyright of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations”. You can search up other anime copyright owners to ask them, but take note that sometimes when you want to use ...


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For legal questions such as these, it is always good to contact a copyright lawyer in your country. Laws regarding fair use, copyrights and the likes differ per country, and a copyright lawyer should be more than capable of answering your questions. And this answer should not be seen as legal advice. As Turamarth points out in the comments, the cover image ...


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