Tag Archives: comic books

Superman’s Day in Court

What are the rare books librarians at Yale University up to these days?  Showing us how much fun archives really can be. 

The library has a show on called “Superheroes in Court!  Lawyers, Law, and Comic Books.”  The exhibit shows  images of courtroom drama and congressional inquiries from comic books.

The New York Times wrote about the exhibit here.

Exhibit information: “Superheroes in Court! Lawyers, Law and Comic Books”, curated by Mark S. Zaid, Esq., and on display Sept. 4-Dec, 16, 2010 in the Rare Book Exhibition Gallery, Level L2, Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale Law School

Rex Libris: The Movie

First a series of movies called “The Librarian” and now a feature length film about everyone’s favorite librarian comic book hero– Rex Libris.

Variety reports that: “Warner Bros. Pictures has hired Mark Burton to pen the bigscreen adaptation of James Turner’s comicbook “Rex Libris,” about an everyday guy who becomes part of a secret sect of librarians who battle forces of darkness in chasing down overdue or stolen books.
Mosaic Media is producing the comedic action-adventure. Comicbook is published by Slave Labor Graphics.”

Article Here.