Friday, April 30, 2010

Even More on the League of Extraordinary Porn

More on the censorship of graphic novels:

At the recent Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, a librarian from Jessamine County, Kentucky, spoke firsthand about dealing with calls for censorship in his library, and an expert from the American Library Association discussed how to handle challenges to graphic novels at the panel titled "Burn It, Hide It, Misshelve It, Steal It, Ban It! Dealing with Graphic Novel Censorship in Your Library."

Good ol' Jessamine County! Back in October 2009, two librarians in the county were fired for keeping 'The Black Dossier', a graphic novel by Alan Moore, off the shelves. Good to see it's still making news.


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