Provide evidence to show that your trademark is being used as the name, title, or title portion for a series of creative works. Evidence typically consists of photographs, screen printouts or captures, point-of-sale displays, download links, and advertising.
The examples below show how a name, title, or portion-of-a-title can be used for a series of creative works.
Downloadable books (International Class 9)
Title portion NINJANGO® appears on a point-of-sale webpage display showing use on two different digital book covers of the series.
Recorded DVDs (International Class 9)
Film title THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA® (first example) and RUSH HOUR® (second example) shown on DVD jacket covers for two different titles in a film series.
Prerecorded audio CDs (International Class 9)
Title THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE® used on two CD album covers showing use on a series for musical recordings.
Printed books (International Class 16)
The title THE CHRONCILES OF NARNIA® shown on a box set for a series of books.
Two book covers showing the title of a book series. DIARY OF A WIMPY KID®.
The book covers show the portion of a title THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO® used on a series.
Podcasts and radio program services (International Class 41)
Title SERIAL® shown on webpage advertising as a title of a series of non-downloadable podcasts.
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