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The Comics Code, Race, and the Debut of the Black Panther

May 18, 2018
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The Comics Code, Race, and the Debut of the Black Panther

by Brian M. Puaca The recent success of the Black Panther movie has prompted many viewers to delve into the history of the character and explore his origins in the Marvel Universe of the 1960s. As rightly noted in many media outlets, the Black Panther was the first black superhero to appear in mainstream comics.…

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Classic Marvel GNs Signed by Hudlin, Miller, & Claremont Benefit CBLDF!

March 9, 2018
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Classic Marvel GNs Signed by Hudlin, Miller, & Claremont Benefit CBLDF!

This week CBLDF is rewarding your donations with character-defining Marvel collections signed by their creators, including Black Panther by Hudlin TP Volumes One, Two, and Three, all signed by Reginald Hudlin; Daredevil by Miller & Janson Omnibus and Omnibus Companion, signed by Frank Miller; Elektra Omnibus HC, signed by Frank Miller & Bill Sienkiewicz; Wolverine by Claremont & Miller HC signed by Frank Miller & Chris Claremont; plus Uncanny…

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Reginald Hudlin Personalizes Black Panther Books For CBLDF Donors!

January 18, 2018
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Reginald Hudlin Personalizes Black Panther Books For CBLDF Donors!

Reginald Hudlin, the entertainment icon behind the motion pictures Marshall and House Party is personalizing his character defining Black Panther graphic novels to support CBLDF’s free expression work! Donate today and get copies of Black Panther by Reginald Hudlin: Complete Collection Volumes One, Two, and Three personalized to you or the fan in your life! Don’t delay…

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Now Available: CBLDF Defender #7!

September 14, 2016
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Defender #7

CBLDF Defender is our free quarterly news magazine coming to you from the front lines of the fight for free speech, and the seventh issue is now available! You can find it at comic book stores across the nation, on comiXology, and right here at CBLDF.org! Each issue of CBLDF Defender brings engaging creator interviews, detailed analysis of current censorship news, and in-depth…

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CBLDF Podcast Episode 16: Black Panther Artist BRIAN STELFREEZE

April 20, 2016
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In this episode, CBLDF Editorial Director Betsy Gomez talks with artist Brian Stelfreeze (Day Men), hot off the launch of the what is likely the year’s biggest release: the new Black Panther series with author Ta-Nehisi Coates from Marvel Comics. Topics: Blaxploitation, self-censorship, costume design, and more! In support of our ongoing education work, the Comic Book…

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We’ll See You This Weekend in Seattle for Emerald City Comicon!

April 6, 2016
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We’ll See You This Weekend in Seattle for Emerald City Comicon!

This weekend, CBLDF hits the road again for Emerald City Comicon! We’ll head to the Pacific Northwest for four days of comics fun, April 7-10. You’ll find us at booth #2224, where we’ll have a very limited number of CBLDF-exclusive Black Panther #1 variants, Nameless bookplate editions, and an amazing assortment of exclusive premiums! This weekend is also…

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Entertainment Innovator Reginald Hudlin Joins Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Board of Directors

March 11, 2015
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Entertainment Innovator Reginald Hudlin Joins Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Board of Directors

The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, a non-profit organization protecting the freedom to read, is proud to welcome Reginald Hudlin to its Board of Directors. Hudlin is an innovative force in modern black entertainment, having written or directed such beloved films as House Party, Boomerang, and BeBe’s Kids, as well as producing Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, for which he received a…

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