Are you a comic book fan? Then check out The Law of Superheroes, which has just been added to the library’s popular reading collection.
Using examples from superhero comics, the authors, attorneys and cofounders of the LawandtheMultiverse blog, explore the hypothetical legal ramifications of comic book tropes, powers, and characters. The book features 13 chapters covering topics ranging from constitutional law and evidence to torts, contracts, and intellectual property. It answers such questions as:
- Could Superman sue if someone exposed his true identity as Clark Kent?
- What civil rights would mutants have?
- Does the Second Amendment protect Iron Man’s suit?
- Is the Joker really legally insane?
- Can a superhero testify while masked?
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