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In conjunction with a new Kickstarter campaign, Camilla d'Errico and Joshua Dysart tap Ashley Wood, David Mack, Cameron Stewart and more for the art on "Helmetgirls: Origins" as they also aide the CBLDF.
Charles Brownstein, executive director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, gave APE attendees a history of comics censorship, including the case of a fan facing jail time and sex offender registration.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has received the intellectual property rights to the Comics Code Authority, announcing plans to continue licensing products bearing the legendary seal.
Editor Bob Schreck assembles Mark Waid, Frank Quitely, Craig Thompson and more comic book luminaries to contribute to Image Comics' "CBLDF Liberty Annual 2011" with an EXCLUSIVE look at Waid and Jeff Lemire's story.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in October 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "The Infinite," "Chew," "Morning Glories," the new "Pilot Season," and more!
A U.S. citizen faces criminal charges of possession and importation of child pornography due to comics found by Canadian customs officers.
Charles Brownstein and the CBLDF hosted a panel of professionals at Wondercon to speak about the end of the Comics Code Authority and how it affected comics recently and in the past.
Artist Molly Crabapple spoke with CBR News about last week's Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School "Transmetropolitan"-themed event held to benefit the CBLDF and the Hero Initiative.
We spoke with "Liberty Annual" editor and CBLDF President Larry Marder as well as Dave Gibbons & Darick Robertson about the importance of freedom of speech and the continued work of the CBLDF.
CBLDF benefit book "Liberty Comics" returns this year thanks to Image Comics and editor Larry Marder who spoke with us about the CBLDF's importance and shared an exclusive look at Darick Robertson's cover.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is auctioning a special one-on-one lunch with DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns. The one hour lunch date will take place at next week's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
In front of a sold-out auditorium, Neil Gaiman read his short stories and poems, answered fan questions, and told not a few amusing anecdotes Saturday night at the C2E2 benefit for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you exclusive Jim Lee artwork from "Liberty Comics" #2, detailing his process for illustrating his and Neil Gaiman's contribution to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund anthology.
Image and the CBLDF team-up for a new issue of "Liberty Comics," featuring Neil Gaiman, Jim Lee, Paul Pope and more. We spoke with editor Jamie S. Rich, Jimmy Palmiotti and CBLDF's Charles Brownstein about the book.