SDCC ’14: Werthamania

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TweetThis year marks the 60th anniversary of Fredric Wertham’s influential and notorious Seduction of the Innocent, and Comic Con’s programming schedule includes several panels addressing the book and its core themes.

Bone gives Shades of Grey a run as one of the 10 Most Banned Books of 2013

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Tweet If you were to guess what the 10 most banned or challenged books in the US in 2013 were, you might guess 50 Shades of Grey for its class-consciousness tinged bondage romance; or John Green’s Looking for Alaska with its classic themes of coming of age and the required drugs and sexuality. And yes […]

GIFT GUIDE: LAST DAY for Holiday delivery of the CBLDF’s signed goodies

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Tweet The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund website has a bunch of giftables available now, including signed books by Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, Geoff Johns, Art Spiegelman and pretty much anyone who is anyone. Here’s the listing and today is the last day to guarantee delivery in time for Christmas. Among the books available are […]

SDCC13: Watchtower Thursday

How many have you read?

Tweet Okay… here’s a sampling of what’s been being fed through the newswires today from the Comic-Carnival in San Diego…

SDCC ’13: Comic-Con In Booth Signing Schedules—from Archie to Zenescope — UPDATE

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Here’s a list of the creators and artists signing at individual booths — we’ll update it as we go so please send us updates.

NYCC 10 Party Poop — Thursday and Friday — UPDATED

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Wow, this is going to be a VERY crowded schedule! There are a ton of things to do throughout New York Comic-Con and no matter what you choose, you’re sure to get a little cultural edification, whether it’s comics of Kirby Krackle. There are so many events and parties we had to slit this into two. We’ll have Saturday’s line-up later on.