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The Monsters Project: The Complete Monstrous Art Collection


The Monsters Project is coming to a close, and you can check out the final auctions on the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund eBay page, with the proceeds all going to support the CBLDF and its mission to defend first amendment rights in comics...

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MONSTERS Project: Chris Samnee’s Dracula Sparkles For No One


The horror of vampires has been diluted somewhat in recent years by their portrayal as pasty-faced heartthrobs and teenage mallrats with unfortunate yellow trenchcoats, but in the latest piece donated to our Comic Book Legal Defense Fund benefit art auction, Chris Samnee has conjured all the drama and dread that the original Lord of Vampires used to command...

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MONSTERS Project: Nedroid Draws a Very Beartato Halloween


It's a very Beartato Halloween today as the MONSTERS Project continues with art from Anthony Clark, the creator of the exceptionally charming webcomic Nedroid and its most recent book collection, Beartato and the Secret of the Mystery...

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MONSTERS Project: Dean Haspiel Draws Frankenstein for the CBLDF


The MONSTERS Project continues with a piece of original art by artist and Emmy winner Dean Haspiel, who has previously lent his drawing hand to American Splendor, the webcomic collective Act-i-Vate, and the recent Vertigo graphic novel Cuba: My Revolution...

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‘Lost Girls’ Cleared by British Customs Despite Law Banning Sexual Imagery [Exclusive]


This week is Banned Book Week in America, and while we've heard a lot of stories recently about the media being cowed by their pervasive fear of the word "Mohammed" and over-protective parents demanding that the dictionary be banned from their school's library, it's nice to be able to celebrate at least one story in 2010 about free speech winning the day...

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ComicsAlliance and CBLDF Invite Artists to Join the Monsters Project


We're strong supporters of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) and their mission to defend First Amendment rights comics here at ComicsAlliance, which is why we're happy to announce that ComicsAlliance is joining forces with the CBLDF for The Monsters Project, a month-long art exhibit and benefit auction showcasing the spooky, scary, and creepy best from comics brightest art stars...

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Comic Artists Illustrate Custom Kicks for SEEN and the CBLDF


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...

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The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Gets a New Look Online


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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Man Sentenced to 6 Months in Prison for Buying Lolicon Manga


Manga collector Christopher Handley was sentenced to 6 months in prison last Thursday, after importing lolicon and yaoi manga from Japan that the federal government deemed obscene and prosecuted under the PROTECT Act of 2003, which states that any obscene illustrations, sculptures, computer-generated pictures or other imagery that depicts minors in sexual situations will be treated no differently from actual video recordings of child sexual abuse...

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Hot Ink — Liberty Comics 2, Hector Plasm: Totentanz, Deadpool 900


ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- comic books hitting the shelves this week.


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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