In case some of you are unaware, I am pressing a series of NON-PROFIT artwork portfolios by independent TF artists. Some of them feature artwork of fan-chars from communities such as Cybertronian Alliance (ugh) and Legacy of Cybertron. Others are showcasing standard and obscure characters from cartoon and comics lore from the past 20 years. The monetary acquirements for these limited edition pieces go back into paying the artists. Such notable artists I have been working with are John Flores, Makoto Ono, Marcelo Matere, Zero Mayhem and Will Mangin (Beamer Magnus). For about the last 5 months, I have been fighting with a wikipedia user by the user name of 'mathewignash' who has stolen an image of Circuit Breaker by Beamer which I have paid for. He continues to use it in a wikipedia article at the following url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circuit_Breaker_%28Transformers%29 'mathewignash' has a stark history of wikipedia belligerence and has been religiously flagged for copyright infringement, plagiarism and outright stealing. I've been trying to get him to contact me regarding using a smaller version of said image so long as ownership and artist/colorist credits are given; instead he chooses to ignore me and not give credit to me (owner), Beamer (artist) or Ryan (colorist) and continues to post a cropped hi-res image which he apparently stole from either the CA or Beamer's old Deviantart. From what I can tell, he is pushing the "free usage" barrier, but he's not even giving credit to those who produced it; in effect, I call that STEALING and you know what? Fuk that guy. That's total bullsh1t and for what? A wiki article? I don't expect any of you to help me in my crusade over this, but I do think that artists get the $hit end of the stick in the TF world. Look at all the artists and writers who got screwed with Dreamwave and Glenn Hallitt's bull-puckey. 'mathewignash' is a douchebag and he should be called on his crap if for no other reason than he is just a piece of garbage with nothing better to do than to steal other people's hard work for his own 5 seconds of "wikipedia fame?" Please. If any of you have a wiki account, I implore you to use the "talk" feature at wikipedia.org regarding the article in question and ask him to please remove the image out of simple decency. I've already instigated an intervention regarding copyright infringement, but I'd rather he just took the image down like a respectable bloke. Unfortunately, after 5 or 6 months of badgering, I don't think he cares whether or not that he's an effing douchebag. Thanks for the help, if you do.