More to Come 11: Charlie Hebdo, Doujinshi and Susie Cagle under fire

We discuss the bombing of editorial cartoon magazine Charlie Hebdo, proposed changes in Japanese copyright law that threaten doujinshi, the cartoonist Susie Cagle arrested while covering the Occupy Movement in Oakland, the new more comic-friendly Nook, Marvel's catalog of superheroine going day and date, and a pirated Tintin app.

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