As Wikipedia and the popular aggregate site Reddit blacked out today to protest SOPA/PIPA, numerous webcomic creators joined them, replacing their usual LOLs with information and resources about the controversial legislation that Harvard Constitutional Law professor Lawrence Tribe called "The end of the Internet as we know it." ComicsAlliance joins them in opposing SOPA, and encourages you to inform yourself about the bills and to reach out to your legislators and let them know how you
If you spend any amount of time on the Internet that doesn't involve asking someone younger why you can't get Google to work, then you've probably seen a united and unprecedented team of companies and creative professionals -- including ComicsAlliance's parent company AOL -- coming out against the proposed legislation referred to as SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act.
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The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) spurred controversy in the comics world recently when a list of companies that support the bill hit the internet and named both Marvel Entertainment and DC Comics parent company Time Warner as pro-SOPA. Comics writer Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) spoke out against the apparent Big Two support for the bill today in a se