The Law of Superheroes by James Daily, Ryan Davidson
The Law of Superheroes James Daily, Ryan Davidson ebook
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
From the authors of the fantastic blog Law and the Multiverse, these guys – as lawyers and comic book fans – speculate on how the law really would mix with superheroes. Could the Joker really use the insanity plea? By Dennis Crouch The book that we've all been waiting for is finally out: The Law of Superheroes . Popehat: “The Law of Superheroes is both entertaining and informative. Reviews of The Law of Superheroes are coming in and they're pretty great! Could Superman get arrested for violating privacy laws with his X-ray vision? Especially the ones about superheroes. Too often we identify only with an ego that drags around a bag of skin and bones. Superheroes have learned to live without false boundaries between the personal and the universal. The laws change depending on what state you're in, so it's a good idea to research your state or country's laws before attempting to make one. For instance, are mutants a protected class? Who is legally responsible when a hero damages property while fighting a villain? I find the whole mythology surrounding superheroes fascinating." So Bill would probably enjoy The Law of Superheroes . Ever wonder how the law might apply to superheroes and supervillains? James Dailey and Ryan Davidson, bloggers of Law and the Multiverse, have turned their blog into a book "Law of Superheroes" that will be a delight to all comic-geek lawyers. Bill: "As you know, l'm quite keen on comic books. Captain 56 is the latest member of the Bitter Lawyer League of Superheroes. How to Perform a Citizen's Arrest and Be a Real Life Superhero.
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