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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfish View Post
    Any instance of a character being written by anyone other than their original creator is merely fan-fiction. The big two having made a legal business practise out of it doesn't change that fact.
    I disagree. It's possible to write something you're *not* a fan of, just for the money. All those interviews where the writers say, "I've always wanted to write this character, I'm so passionate about it yadda yadda", if they're not lying, then it's fanfic. If you're not a fan of the characters you're writing, then it's just plain paid fiction work, not paid fanfiction work.

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    They are going to waste a good X-position on an Avenger book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfish View Post
    Any instance of a character being written by anyone other than their original creator is merely fan-fiction. The big two having made a legal business practise out of it doesn't change that fact.
    Most definitions of fanfic don't include works commissioned by the owners of the original piece of work.

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