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Pitching ideas and not having them stolen!
So because I've never really killed off my inner-child, my imagination is always in full swing and I'm always thinking of weird shit.
Every now and then I get this crazy idea in my head that something I've created can actually be worth trying to put to use or selling off. In this case, it would be a comic character. While I piece together whatever details I can, I'm also wondering how the hell I could possibly pitch an idea without seeing it arise in some bastardized form later down the line.
So I guess this is a copyright question kinda thread? And maybe a little naive-dream driven? But really, what would I need to protect myself in this manner? A lawyer present at any meeting I'd be lucky to get? Actual copyright filing?