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Geoff Johns, Neil Gaiman & Garth Ennis Rewards For Everyone Signing Up To Be Counted!

October 26, 2011
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Geoff Johns, Neil Gaiman & Garth Ennis Rewards For Everyone Signing Up To Be Counted!

Since launching our Be Counted membership drive, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has raised over $61,500 of our goal to raise $100,000 for our important work by October 31. We've gotten this far because of the generous support of comics readers, creators, and business professionals, all of whom donated their money and time to…

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CBLDF Receives Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval

September 29, 2011
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CBLDF Receives Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval

The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund today announces that it has received the intellectual property rights to the Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval in an assignment from the now-defunct Comic Magazine Association of America, which administrated the Code since the 1950s. The Comics Code Seal comes to the CBLDF during Banned Books Week, a…

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Celebrate Banned Books Week with the Virtual Read-Out

August 17, 2011
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Celebrate Banned Books Week with the Virtual Read-Out

Banned Books Week takes place September 24 through October 1. In celebration of Banned Books Week, book lovers around the country are encouraged to make a YouTube video of themselves reading a banned book. From the School Library Journal: Librarians, bookstores, and others celebrating the freedom to read from September 21 to October 1 are…

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CBLDF at SDCC: The Roundup

July 29, 2011
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CBLDF at SDCC: The Roundup

Comic-Con has come and gone, and with it, another exciting week of events with CBLDF! From the debut of new t-shirts and new Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab fragrances to CBLDF Master Sessions with some of the biggest names in the industry to our annual benefit auction, the Fund had a great week at Booth 1920,…

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The Good Fighters: TFAW’s Andrew McIntire and Elisabeth Forsythe

July 1, 2011
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The Good Fighters: TFAW’s Andrew McIntire and Elisabeth Forsythe

To help fund its fight for Free Speech, CBLDF relies on many people, including the retailers who keep us in comic books and graphic novels. Retailers support us by becoming members, leaving a collection can on the counter, and putting on events in their stores to benefit CBLDF. In the case of Things From Another…

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CBLDF Applauds Ruling Invalidating Alaska Censorship Law!

July 1, 2011
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The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund welcomes today's decision to bar enforcement of an Alaska criminal statute that the Federal District Court held threatened to reduce all speech on the Internet “to only what is fit for children.” The court permanently barred enforcement of that statute because it violates First Amendment rights of free speech.…

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CBLDF Looks to Canada Customs Case

June 29, 2011
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CBLDF Looks to Canada Customs Case

Last week, CBLDF announced that we are forming a coalition to defend a new case involving an American citizen facing charges in Canada that could result in a minimum sentence of one year in prison and registering as a sex offender. In 2010, an American citizen, computer programmer, and comic book enthusiast in his mid-20s…

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Larry Marder’s CBLDF Liberty Cards Diary #11

June 21, 2011
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Larry Marder’s CBLDF Liberty Cards Diary #11

Hello Friends of Liberty! The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization is dedicated to protecting First Amendment rights of the comic book community. That means all of us: creators, publishers, distributors, retailers, librarians, and fans. It’s CBLDF’s mission to spring into action whenever and wherever we are needed to protect freedom of…

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The Good Fighters: Molly Crabapple

May 20, 2011
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The Good Fighters: Molly Crabapple

A fine artist and the founder of Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School, Molly Crabapple creates work that provokes desire in some and the urge to silence in others. Her work also openly embraces sexuality, influenced by her experience as a model and burlesque dancer, which often brings her into opposition with censorship. Thus, she's become an…

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The Good Fighters: Jeffrey Brown

May 11, 2011
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The Good Fighters: Jeffrey Brown

Jeffrey Brown finds truth in the personal and intimate details that dominate our lives. Even his most autobiographical work is relatable, adeptly capturing the unease we all occasionally feel as we go about life. Brown's first book, Clumsy, defined his ability to articulate the bittersweetness and awkwardness that follows most people around, an ability that…

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