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Law Library to host talk on comic book censorship

Charles Brownstein, executive director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, will lead an interactive discussion on censorship at the San Diego Law Library Tuesday, July 16, as part of its Lindley Law & Comics series. The event, "Censorship: From 1950s Superheroes to Today's Manga" will be held from noon-1 p.m. Admission is $10, and seating is limited.

Attendees will learn about the many ways that comic books have been censored and defended since the 1950s. One hour of participatory MCLE credit will be available.

All attendees will be entered into a drawing for one of three prizes:  the collectorís edition book: "Comic-Con, 40 Years of Artists, Writers, Fans and Friends;"  a Superhero smart phone cover; or a Mophie juice pack plus for iPhone 4/4S. To register, call 619 531-3900 or visit lawcomics2013july16.eventbrite.com.

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