Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson and Russ Braun's The Boys is a series that makes a point out of mining the darker underbelly of the superhero genre, in the process exposing more violent and sexual elements than many are comfortable with... including, it seems, o
As if new material from the likes of Kieron Gillen, Chris Roberson, Mike Allred and Ben Templesmith isn't enough to make you want to pick up this year's CBLDF Liberty Annual, there's something else that might tempt you towards the fundraising special issue: An all-new The Walking Dead story by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.The new story - centering around the Governor, due
Criminal charges have been dropped against for Ryan Matheson, a 27-year-old comic book fan previously known as "Brandon X" who had been accused of possessing child pornography for carrying manga images into Canada that authorities found objectionable. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund announced today that the criminal charges were withdrawn as part of a plea deal that allowed Ma
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund began its 2012 membership drive, in earnest today, offering various rewards and incentives to those who pledge support the free speech non-profit dedicated to protecting the comic book industry from censorship. The initiative is led by a new membership card illustrated by ComicsAlliance favorite Cliff Chian
Gaming: New screens from Transformers: Fall of Cybertron show Optimus Prime, Grimlock and other favorites in action.
Legal: After being sued by Julie Taymor, the current producers of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark are suing the fired former director right back.
Tech: MakerBot Playsets could be the start of every toy coll
Movies: The first image of Hiroki Narimiya as Phoenix Wright in Japan's upcoming Ace Attorney live action film from Otona Fami magazine doesn't merit any objection from me.
Auctions: The Comic Bo
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, a non-profit group that defends free speech rights in comics, needs to raise over $100,000 by October to contribute to the legal fees of an American facing a minimum year in prison for possessing "obscene" comics at the Canadian border, and for educational development to help prevent the challenges to comics material that librarians and retailers often face.
If you're not a member consider becoming one, but if you're willing to make a