From the press release: Pop culture marketing firm, Bonfire Agency LLC, today debuted consumer advertising to aid the efforts of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and the organization’s support of the legal defense of an American citizen facing criminal charges in Canada for bringing comics into the country on his laptop. This incident is [...]

Vertigo announced today that they have released a digital version of Neil Gaiman‘s Jim Lee illustrated poem, 100 Words. The story, which was first available as part of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund 2010 Annual Comic Book, will be available to buy for just 99c, with all of DC’s proceeds (read: comiXology take a [...]

For the last two months , I have been charting the success of the Kickstarter Project that was raising funds to publish the Transmetropolitan Art Book. A couple of weeks ago, I was pleased to announce that the project had hit it’s $26,000 goal early, but that donations were still being accepted until February 14th. [...]

From the press release: The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is proud to team up with DC Comics in the presentation of the 2011 member card, featuring Green Lantern! This member card, which is sent to everyone who joins or renews their CBLDF membership in 2011, boasts heroic art by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert! [...]

You may well have heard that there is currently a Kickstarter project running, which has the aim of raising funds to publish the Transmetropolitan Art Book. This new art book will be a hardcover volume, limited to a few thousand hand-numbered copies, and the proceeds of sales of the books will be donated to the [...]

From the press release: The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is excited to announce the addition of Alex Cox to the New York office staff, in the position of Development Manager. Alex comes to the organization with fifteen years experience working as a comics retailer in New York City, including opening and managing his own [...]

From the press release: Comic Book Legal Defense Fund today filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Schwarzenegger v. EMA, urging the Supreme Court to affirm the Ninth Circuit’s decision that a California law banning the sale or rental of any video game containing violent content to minors, and requiring manufacturers to label such games, is unconstitutional. [...]

From the press release: CBLDF’S LIBERTY ANNUAL 2010 EXPLODES IN OCTOBER! Image Comics annual anthology benefiting the CBLDF sports new name and covers Berkeley, CA - 10 September 2021 - Image Comics and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund are proud to launch the most exciting edition of their annual benefit anthology yet! THE CBLDF [...]