Yikes. The Pokémon Company spent six years in a legal dispute with Redbubble over copyright infringement. It sought $44,555.84 in lost royalties — but the Court found “[t]here was no evidence to establish that many of the sales were of the kind of items which were available for sale and commercialisation within the Pokémon universe.” (The infringing items included Pikachu/Sailor Moon mashups, and shirts that read “I might <Pikachu> in the shower”.) The Court awarded the Pokémon Company just $1 in damages and 70% of its costs.

Now let’s see how the Hells Angels fare…