But the development of the comics didn’t quite work out the way he expected.
The company created a graphic comic book called “Origin of the Species” and sold it to Marvel comics.
Lent claims the sale of the comic book didn’t allow him to profit.
He also claims that the company took advantage of him and used his money for their own personal gain.
He is seeking $50,000 in punitive damages and $25,000 in compensation.
Alec Voskanian v. St. Mary’s Armenian Apostolic Church and School et al, Case No. EC050399
Student Alec Voskanian was playing Aug. 28, 2008, in the Chamlian Armenian School playground, which was not being supervised by an adult, according to a lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court.
He was jumping around in the playground when he fell and seriously injured himself.
The lawsuit did not state the extent of Alec’s injuries.
His attorney claims the school recklessly maintained a premises that caused injuries.
He is suing for more than $25,000 in damages.
Laura Sparks v. Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Case No. EC050394
A routine medical procedure turned out to be more complicating for Laura Sparks.
On July 28, 2008, Sparks went to Glendale Adventist Medical Center for a medical condition that required the expertise of an occupational therapist.
Sparks didn’t reveal her medical condition in the lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court.
As a result of the medical procedure, she claims that her left hand was permanently impaired. As a result, Sparks claims she has suffered physical and emotional distress.
She is seeking more than $25,000 in damages.
Juan Aguirre v. Ohio Savings Bank, et al, Case No. EC050413
Juan Aguirre was eager to buy a single-family home for sale on the 4300 block of West Chandler Boulevard in 2006.
He got a mortgage loan in November 2006 from Ohio Savings Bank, according to a lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court.