Law and the Multiverse: Year One

It’s hard to believe, but today marks the first anniversary of Law and the Multiverse, as measured by its public debut on MetaFilter Projects.  Since then we’ve been featured all over the web and been interviewed in print and on the radio in multiple countries (look for an interview with us on the German legal news website Legal Tribune Online coming soon).  We’ve already mentioned it in interviews, but we’re also happy to announce here on the blog that we have a book coming out next summer from Gotham Books, a division of Penguin.  (The names are a coincidence, but we think it’s hilarious anyway.)  We’re very excited about the book and hope to meet many of you at comic book conventions next year.

And speaking of our readers, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you.  Your support has been fantastic, and your questions, comments, and post ideas are a big part of what makes this blog special.  To celebrate, we’re giving away five copies of the critically acclaimed series Batman: Year One!  To enter, simply send an email with “Law and the Multiverse Anniversary Giveaway” in the subject to lawandthemultiversegiveaway@gmail.com.  International entries are welcome.  Please note that you must be 13 or older to enter.  One entry per person.  Void where prohibited.  We’ll choose the winners at random from among all of the entries we receive and announce them on Friday, December 9th, 2011.  Don’t worry about including your address in the entry; we’ll contact the winners for shipping information.  And of course, your contact information will only be used for conducting the giveaway.

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