Oatmeal has sued Greeting Card Company

Apparently, the people refused to leave Matthew Inman alone and just let him continue to be one of the funniest people on the internet. Oatmeal looking webcomic creator himself the target of yet another lawsuit, reports Ars Technica.

This time, promenade Massachusetts-based greeting card company Inman claims violates their trademark piracy The oatmeal with greeting card sales.

More recently, business oatmeal went Recycled Greetings, the company responsible for the Papyrus card and gift card chain. Together, they create a set of greeting cards oatmeal, which is available for purchase on the website oatmeal. Massachusetts greeting card company, Oatmeal Studios, said Inman oatmeal is very similar to the use of their brand, to cause confusion. Oatmeal Studios claims that the greeting card business valuation over the last 35 years.

According to ARS, a trademark infringement claim is only that oatmeal studio has produced, and they have not asked for any specific amount of damage.

As I mentioned above, this is not the first legal battle Inman found himself in recently. The last all started when Inman published a blog post that shows how FunnyJunk sites republishing comic oatmeal and get it without attribution. Then, the domain sex.com FunnyJunk famous bike requires litigator Charles Carreon of Inman damages on the basis of defamation.

Inman responded, but perhaps not in the way expected Carreon.

Rather than produce, Inman illustrated Carreon “mother” had sex with a bear. He also called on the public Internet to raise money for charity (which they did, to the tune of $ 200,000 +). He Carreon or FunnyJunk pay all that money, and now the suit is ridiculous closed.

But from the ashes of one, the other up. This story is developing and we’ll let you know when Inman answer (which we’re sure he will).