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LAST DAY for Personalized Gifts in CBLDF’s Spirit of Giving Campaign!

December 4, 2017
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LAST DAY for Personalized Gifts in CBLDF’s Spirit of Giving Campaign!

CBLDF’s 2017 Spirit of Giving holiday fundraiser gives you the chance to get personalized books from some of the biggest names in comics! But now is the time to act – TODAY IS THE LAST DAY OF THE DRIVE! You can receive graphic novels signed and personalized by creators, such as Chip Kidd, Brian K. Vaughan, Kevin Eastman, Cliff Chiang, Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen,…

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Will Eisner and the Mysterious Origin of the Graphic Novel

December 23, 2015
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Levitz Will Eisner

This year as part of our Spirit of Giving fundraiser, CBLDF is proud to offer a signed edition of board member Paul Levitz’s newest biography on comics luminary Will Eisner, Will Eisner: Champion of the Graphic Novel (you can still get a copy here). To celebrate Will Eisner and his lasting impact on comics storytelling,…

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Join Paul Levitz, Neal Adams, & Dale Cendali in NYC for PROTECTING SUPERHEROES: Copyright & Comic Book Characters

October 5, 2015
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Join Paul Levitz, Neal Adams, & Dale Cendali in NYC for PROTECTING SUPERHEROES: Copyright & Comic Book Characters

Comic books have existed for decades, but in recent years they have come to the foreground of the public’s imagination. Along with comic books’ growing success and popularity, the intellectual property rights associated with the them have become increasingly important and complicated. This panel will explore the copyright issues relevant to comic books with particular…

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THE HORROR: True Stories of Comics Code Censorship Recounted at NYCC

October 23, 2014
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THE HORROR: True Stories of Comics Code Censorship Recounted at NYCC

The Comics Code — the “guidelines” that resulted from United States Senate hearings that took place during the height of the Golden Age of comics and that are credited with the first major downfall of the comic book industry — to speak of these institutionally established rules is to recount literal horror stories of blatant…

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