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Marvel's latest event comic may come wrapped in a polybag, but that hasn't prevented the contents of "Age of Ultron's" finale from being intercepted along the distribution chain and pirated online.
People make mistakes in their youth, and this week Ron Marz looks back at one instance that still haunts him -- the time he almost stole -- and explains his thoughts on piracy.
Why DC doesn't play to change its collections policy! Why piracy isn't the same as borrowing comics from a library! What New 52 titles might be on the chopping block! Plus much more!
Update in child-pornography case against artist Josue Rivera (aka Justiniano). John Reppion and Leah Moore take polite approach to addressing piracy! The secret of Anime North's success! Plus more!
39th Angoulême International Comics Festival kicks off today! Judges step in after Botswana cartoonist prevented from sketching in court! More on piracy and comics creators! Frank Cho postpones "Guns & Dinos"! Plus more!
FBI, Justice Department shut down Megaupload, arrest founder! J.M. DeMatteis talks comics piracy! Lynda Barry named artist in residence at University of Wisconsin-Madison! Avi Arad on his manga "The Innocent"! Plus more!
comiXology confirms a few fans received "Justice League" #1 before the issue's official release, but the accidental early availability was not the source of the pirated copy hitting torrent sites.
Showing up on the Pirate Bay and other BitTorrent sites before the issue hit stands, DC Comics' "Justice League" #1 is the latest comic release to raise questions about piracy and digital release dates.
Despite continuing to add scans through last week, OneManga has kept their word and removed all scanned manga from their site, though they continue to operate as an online reference guide. ROBOT 6 has the details.