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SDCC 2017: Saturday with CBLDF – It’s Auction Time!

July 22, 2017
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SDCC 2017: Saturday with CBLDF – It’s Auction Time!

We’re halfway through Comic-Con, but there’s no slowing down — we have signings with Eric Heisserer (Secret Weapons, screenwriter of Arrival), Erica Henderson (Secret Weapons #1 SDCC Liberty Variant cover artist, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl) and Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon; panels; and our annual Live Art Auction with live art by Jeff Smith (Bone) and a keynote from Scott Snyder (Batman)! Details…

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SDCC 2017: Friday with CBLDF

July 21, 2017
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SDCC 2017: Friday with CBLDF

Comic-Con day two: Recover from our CBLDF Welcome Party with panels and exclusive goodies at booth #1918! Here’s the rundown… CBLDF Panels! At the San Diego Central Library Handling Challenges & Bans of Comics • 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. • Shiley Special Events Comics are uniquely vulnerable to challenges and bans, especially comics for teen audiences.…

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SDCC 2017: Thursday with CBLDF

July 20, 2017
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SDCC 2017: Thursday with CBLDF

It’s the first full day of Comic-Con, and we’re ready with our Comic-Con Welcome Party, sponsored by Image Comics and comiXology, panels, exclusives, and more! Take a look at what we have in store! CBLDF’s Comic-Con Welcome Party! Kick-off Comic-Con with comics’ greatest creators at the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s Comic-Con Welcome Party, sponsored by…

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ONE WEEK LEFT for the Jack Kirby & Will Eisner Centennial Celebration

July 19, 2017
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ONE WEEK LEFT for the Jack Kirby & Will Eisner Centennial Celebration

  This year, San Diego Comic-Con International is honoring the lives and careers of Jack Kirby and Will Eisner – legendary comics creators who were both born in 1917. Humble is joining the celebration with Humble Comics Bundle: Jack Kirby & Will Eisner Centennial Celebration! But you’ll need to act fast to name your price —…

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SDCC 2017: It’s Here!

July 19, 2017
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SDCC 2017: It’s Here!

Comic-Con kicks off in just a few short hours, so we’re at the San Diego Convention center putting the shine on new premiums, signed goodies, and much, much more! Make sure CBLDF booth #1918, our welcome party, panels, and auction are on your Comic-Con to-do list! We’ll be ready to meet comics fans and free…

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SDCC 2017: All Things CBLDF!

July 14, 2017
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SDCC 2017: All Things CBLDF!

Comic-Con International is almost here, and CBLDF is in on the action, with panels, signings, exclusives, the best welcome party at the show, and an amazing art auction lineup! Here’s the rundown on all the goings on with CBLDF! CBLDF’s Comic-Con Welcome Party! Kick-off Comic-Con with comics’ greatest creators at the Comic Book Legal Defense…

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CBLDF Podcast Episode 21: SARAH GLIDDEN

July 12, 2017
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In this episode, we speak with cartoonist and journalist Sarah Glidden (Rolling Blackouts, How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less) about her work and the evolution thereof. We discuss the process of becoming a journalist and the role and responsibilities of reporters in the world. Topics Include: birthright trips, German book reviewers, art…

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SDCC 2017: CBLDF Panels and Signings!

July 11, 2017
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SDCC 2017: CBLDF Panels and Signings!

CBLDF is coming to SDCC with panels at both the convention center and the San Diego Central Library! We’re also hosting signings with Eric Heisserer (Secret Weapons, screenwriter of Arrival), Erica Henderson (Secret Weapons #1 SDCC Liberty Variant cover artist, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl), and Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon (Casanova, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, Two Brothers)! Whether you’re looking for the…

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Celebrating the Freedom to Read This July 4!

July 4, 2017
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Celebrating the Freedom to Read This July 4!

One of our most cherished rights in the U.S. is the freedom to read — but sometimes we need to remind government authorities that we have that right. Here are a few books that CBLDF has helped defend so far this year… Stuck in the Middle, edited by Ariel Schrag CBLDF took the lead in defending…

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Hearings Begin for Tucson’s Embattled Mexican American Studies Program

June 30, 2017
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Hearings Begin for Tucson’s Embattled Mexican American Studies Program

This week, the U.S. District Court for Arizona began hearing arguments in Acosta et al v. Huppenthal, a case that might determine the fate of Tucson’s embattled Mexican American Studies program. The Mexican American Studies program fell victim to House Bill 2281, an Arizona state law written specifically to target the program. The law makes it…

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