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She Changed Comics: Lou Rogers, Advocate for Women’s Rights

When Lou Rogers first tried to break into political cartooning around 1908, “Editors said there were no women cartoonists,” a reporter and childhood friend recalled about 15 years later. “They said women couldn’t even draw jokes. They hadn’t any humor”…

She Changed Comics Makes 2017 Amelia Bloomer List

CBLDF is proud to announce that She Changed Comics, our book collecting profiles of more than 60 women who transformed the landscape of free expression and expanded the comics artform, has been named to the 2017 Amelia Bloomer List of…

Print Magazine Includes She Changed Comics in Best of 2016!

CBLDF is thrilled and honored that She Changed Comics, our book collecting profiles of more than 60 women who transformed the landscape of free expression and expanded the comics artform, has been included on Print magazine’s list of the Best…

She Changed Comics, CBLDF Defender, & More Resources in 2016!

In CBLDF’s ongoing mission to protect the freedom to read comics, we create several resource publications to combat misconceptions about the format. In 2016, we went bigger than ever, publishing She Changed Comics, four issues of CBLDF Defender, and much more to…

San Francisco: Join Trina Robbins, Lee Marrs, Mariko Tamaki, & CBLDF for SHE CHANGED COMICS Event!

This Wednesday, December 7, CBLDF Editorial Director Betsy Gomez will lead a round-table discussion and signing with some of the women who changed comics — Trina Robbins (Wimmen’s Comix, Pretty in Ink), Lee Mars (Pudge, Girl Blimp), and Mariko Tamaki…

Be a Force for Change! Support CBLDF!

In light of this week’s political turmoil, CBLDF would like to feature some items that focus on the power of free expression to affect positive change, no matter what your political leanings might be. These items include Liberty Annual 2016, She Changed Comics, CBLDF’s embroidered…

She Changed Comics Now Available to Benefit CBLDF!

She Changed Comics: The Untold Story of the Women Who Changed Free Expression in Comics is now available to order through CBLDF! This book began as a CBLDF Kickstarter project, and because of its success, we are now able to share it with all…

Join CBLDF in Seattle This Weekend at GEEKGIRLCON!

CBLDF is making its annual appearance at New York Comic-Con, but we haven’t forgotten the West Coast! You’ll also find us in Seattle for GeekGirlCon! We’ll be at booth #806 with signed goodies, She Changed Comics, and more! GeekGirlCon celebrates women’s…

AVAILABLE NOW: She Changed Comics!

Women have been making comics since the beginning, but there was an important story that hadn’t been told: how women changed free expression in comics. CBLDF tells that story in She Changed Comics, out today around the country! Kickstarter orders are on…

Image to Publish CBLDF’s She Changed Comics

Women have been making comics since the medium’s very beginning, but there’s an important story that hasn’t yet been told: how women changed free expression in comics. Comic Book Legal Defense Fund will tell that story in SHE CHANGED COMICS,…