Most Americans typically associate 4th of July celebrations with food and fireworks, but for those attending yesterday's "Red, White and Brews" event for the newly launched pop culture website SEEN in New York City, the day will likely be remembered for its footwear as well.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has been on the move of late with a heavy presence at this past weekend's C2E2 in Chicago and other shows, along with expanding its staff. Now, to reflect its growth, the CBLDF has launched a new Web site with a new logo.
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ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- comic books hitting the shelves this week.
SO THAT'S TWO FIRST AMENDMENT COMICS TO MATCH THE SEVERAL HUNDRED SECOND AMENDMENT COMICS -- Liberty Comics 2
Since the rise of the American comics industry in the 1930s, there has been a long and proud tradition of respecting the right to free speech.
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-- HollyVOOD is a comic book about a different type of gangster than you're used. Check out the animated trailer for the Eastern European gangster epic about survival and pursuit of the American Dream.
-- If Warner Brothers actually moves forward with filming a movie about Legos, I will be there at
Singer Amanda Palmer will not only release her corpse-themed "Who Killed Amanda Palmer?" photo book -- featuring stories by her boyfriend, Neil Gaiman -- at Comic-Con, she'll also be holding a concert in San Diego next Friday night to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and its work for first amendment rights.
If you're not
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) is planning a big auction at Comic-Con next month in collaboration with the comic shop Things from Another World, selling art from generous comics creators to raise funds for the first amendment rights charity.
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