December 04, 2010

Nerdiest Law site ever

This wonderful blog is co-authored by two attorneys who write about applying real-world law to comic books.

Recent topics cover what happens after you've been frozen in ice for 40 years (and are presumed dead), why the law frowns on immortal beings and even more esoteric questions like Would the Keene Act (outlawing all costumed vigilantes) be constitutional?

I personally stand in awe.


Blogger The Front said...

Uh oh - is Batman a trapdoor into fascism?:

"Constitutional limitations on things like censorship, discrimination, and search and seizure do not apply to private individuals but rather to the federal government and, in some cases, to the states. (The Thirteenth Amendment is a rare exception that applies to individuals). As a result, evidence that a superhero obtains by breaking into a villain’s headquarters is admissible even though it was obtained illegally."

December 5, 2010 at 7:02 AM  

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