Category: International

Resources For Comics Industry Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus

The Coronavirus crisis impacts all of us. To help support the comics business community that makes our mission possible, we’ve assembled this clearinghouse resource for financial aid, training tools, and other information. We’re continuing to monitor the situation surrounding the outbreak…

Teaching Guides for Highlighting Women in Comics in Honor of International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day, a day around the globe to celebrate and share the accomplishments of women today and throughout history. In honor of that mission, CBLDF has collected some of our most popular teaching resources that demonstrate…

5 Years After Charlie Hebdo

Today marks the 5th anniversary of the gruesome Charlie Hebdo attack, where two brothers, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, forced their way into the newspaper’s office and killed 12 people, injuring 11 more. At the time of the tragedy, the world…

Just Announced! Latest Humble Book Bundle from Kodansha Benefits Free Speech with Supernatural Series

Stack your digital library with the hit illustrated Supernatural series MONOGATARI and protect the First Amendment when you get the newest Humble Bundle from Kodansha! Pay what you want for digital, DRM-Free light novels with this book bundle, MONOGATARI—Supernatural Light…

CBLDF Invades England and the Lakes International Comics Art Festival

CBLDF’s Executive Director Charles Brownstein is going to be making a splash at the Lakes International Comics Art Festival this weekend. If you’re in the UK (or can get there easily) make sure you drop by to check out some…

Just Announced! CBLDF Comic-Con Auction, Open to All!

CBLDF Comic-Con Auction Sponsored by IDW Publishing   Live Art by Gabriel Rodriguez Keynote by Paul Levitz   Saturday, July 20, Hilton Bayfront, Sapphire AB Register to Bid: cbldfauction2019.eventbrite.com Join IDW Publishing to support Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s Comic-Con Auction, happening Saturday, July 20,…

Adding My Brother’s Husband to Your Library or Classroom

Gengoroh Tagame’s award-winning manga series My Brother’s Husband (Japanese: Otōto no Otto) has been hailed by critics and creators all over the world as a fascinating look at family, homophobia, cultural differences, and grief. Serialized in Japan from 2014 to 2017, the series was…