Comic art, creativity and the law /Series: Elgar law and entrepreneurship Published by : Edward Elgar Publishing, (Cheltenham : ) Physical details: xix, 199 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. ISBN:9781784719234 (pbk.); 1781954925 (hbk.).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The neuroscience of creativity -- How law views the creative process -- A brief history of comic art -- The structure and common modes for comic art -- Uneasy bedfellows : comic art creators and publishers : how comic art publishing contracts shape the creation of comic art -- Copyright law's impact on the creative process in comic art -- A short comment on derivative works, fan art and fiction -- The power to tax and the First Amendment : Mavrides v. Board of Equalization -- Censoring creativity, the Comics Code Authority and the birth of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund -- Obscenity law and the First Amendment : CBLDF to the defense -- The bigger picture : obscenity, the First Amendment and the moral education of the young -- Comic art and the law in the international marketplace -- Comic art, law and the digital revolution -- Concluding remarks.