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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.
Sponsored by Image Comics, ComicBookResources.Com and Things From Another World, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund kicks off Comic-Con with a welcome party on Thursday night.
The CBLDF has proudly unveiled its 2009 CBLDF Member Card featuring Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s Kick-Ass. New members will receive their own card and become part of the good fight.
Image will support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund with a new installment of "Liberty Comics" and the CBLDF Liberty Series, high-end variant covers featuring Image's strongest titles with exclusive artwork.
CBR speaks with editor Scott Dunbier about "Liberty Comics," the Image anthology featuring Garth Ennis, Ed Brubaker, Mark Millar, Darwyn Cooke and other top talents, all benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.