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Separated At Birth: Ethan Van Sciver on Jawbreakers and Daryl Banks on Green Lantern

Earlier this week, longstanding Green Lantern artist and Comicsgater Ethan Van Sciver revealed his cover for fellow Comicsgater Richard Meyer‘s crowdfunded comic Jawbreakers: GØd-K1ng. The image of the central antagonist in Van Sciver’s book in the back looked a little familiar to come, compared to work by another famed Green Lantern artist Daryl Banks, from the […]

Mark Waid Legal Response to Richard Meyer’s Defamation and Tortious Interference Lawsuit

A lot has happened since Bleeding Cool first broke the news that Comicsgater Richard Meyer was suing comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid, claiming defamation and tortious interference over Antarctic Press no longer publishing Meyer’s Jawbreakers graphic novel. Waid launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his legal fight, with a fee […]

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Mark Waid Looks to Raise $75,000 to Fund Legal Defense Against the ‘Comicsgate’ Lawsuit

Longstanding comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid has launched a crowdfunding appeal with the intent of funding his legal defense against Richard Meyer of the Diversity & Comix YouTube channel. We reported on Meyer’s launching the lawsuit, which claims causes of action including defamation and tortious interference in his contract with Antarctic Press over the […]

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Daily LITG – 30th September 2018 – Diversity & Lawsuits

Welcome to the daily Lying In The Gutters. A runaround yesterday’s news on the site and what we might expect today. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. And a story began that will no doubt run and run… Five most read articles yesterday Richard Meyer Sues Mark Waid Over ‘Tortious Interference With […]

No Enemy But Peace – Richard Meyer, Antarctic Press, and Jawbreakers

We first covered one of Richard Meyer‘s Kickstarter projects back in 2012 on Bleeding Cool when he was a writer and artist struggling to work professionally in the comics industry. The project, called No Enemy But Peace seemed to go well enough, raising almost $4000 from over a hundred people. Meyer’s latest crowdfunded comic project was on […]