Let’s first go through the bullet list of plagiarism accusations against Lucasfilm in the Disney era.
- Accusations arose that specific elements from The Last Jedi screenplay were plagiarized from fan fiction.
- New accusations arose that editing techniques in The Last Jedi were plagiarized in Escape from L.A.
- Then it was discovered that the crystal foxes may have been lifted from a Polish artist.
- An artist seems to have been plagiarized in character posters for Solo.
- A nearly identical editing sequence for the throne room sequence was found in the Wizard of Oz.
- A scene from Ella Enchanted was found which seemed to lift costumes and choreography.
- Almost identical artwork seems to have been republished in the Star Wars: Imperial Handbook written by Daniel Wallace.
- More similarities between the Throne Room sequence of TLJ and the 1967 version of Casino Royale was found.
- Ships and characters in Star Wars: Resistance seem to have copied other designs.
- Some have suggested that The Razor from the Mandalorian was a rip off of Nell.
- The TIE Dorrito appears to have been lifted from fan artist EC Henry.
- A fleet of ships designed by Mel Miniatures was found in a Marvel comic book.
- The Nebulon-K Frigate from Calamity Sci Shipyards was found in a Doctor Aphra comic book.
- A Juggernaught from Fractal Sponge was used in a Star Wars role-playing game supplement.
- Siege Cannon From TLJ Possibly Lifted From Last Airbender
- Thela-Siren bears a remarkable resemblance to Homunculus Loxodontusa created by Dutch artist Margriet van Breevoort in 2016
- The Juggernaut was stolen a second time.
Eckhardt’s Ladder really seems to be on the forefront of this issue. In this video, he talks about several fan designs for Star Destroyers and the Medical Frigate which were appropriated by Marvel comics.
Add one more to the list, this one by Marvel Comics
- Marvel is caught lifting multiple ship designs.
Today comes the potential lifting of a design that appears in The Rise of Kylo Ren comic book.
The design in question is that of Snoke’s unidentified Space Station:
The claim here is that this design was lifted from the Kozmo Dark Planet of Yu-Gi-Oh:
Readers will have to decide for themselves if there’s a resemblance.
*Lots more can be looked at in this previous installment.