In 2017, Alabama passed a law allowing public school children to read up to 40 hours of comic books a day.
The law has been criticized by publishers and the comic industry, which says it has hurt comic book sales.
The new law will allow children to continue reading comics in schools until they turn 18, but it won’t allow them to read comics at their own homes.
A group of Alabama parents filed a lawsuit against the state last year.
They argue that the law was passed in order to provide extra resources for teachers and parents to read and learn the comic books.
But Alabama’s Public Library Board has ruled that the bill is constitutional.
A judge ruled that parents have the right to read their children’s comic books at home.
The judge ruled in favor of the parents, saying the law doesn’t discriminate against the parents because they want their children to be able to read.
Now, some Alabama comic book creators are speaking out against the law.
One comic book creator, Mikey Meyers, created the award-winning series “Crimson Peak.”
He created the series to help kids develop a strong sense of self.
The series focuses on the character Black Cat and the struggle she has with her identity.
Meyers says the show was inspired by the film “Crazy Heart.”
Meyers also created “Dorothy” and “Bridget Jones” which he says were inspired by “A Wrinkle in Time.”
The comic book series is currently available in more than 70 libraries across the state.
“I think this law is an absolute joke and a blatant attempt to discriminate against children who are learning about themselves and who are reading comics, which they love,” Meyers said.
And I think that’s a very, very powerful story.” “
When I look at the show ‘Crazy Hearts’ and the other shows, they all have this kind of humor that really touches a little bit on the idea of growing up and what’s important.
And I think that’s a very, very powerful story.”
In a statement, the Alabama Public Library board said, “In a state where there is a lack of knowledge about the comics and comics culture, we are pleased to provide more resources to students to help them understand how to read a comic book.
We want the best for our students and our library patrons and that is why we work so hard to make sure our patrons are able to access the materials that they need.” “
As the parents of students, we know that it’s a time for learning, for exploring, and for learning from others.
We want the best for our students and our library patrons and that is why we work so hard to make sure our patrons are able to access the materials that they need.”
Meyers says he was inspired to create “Crazed Cat” by the movie “Crikey Hearts” and the book “Brigitte and the Beast” by Harper Lee.
He said that he was trying to tell the story of a person who grew up in a small town in rural Alabama, and he wanted to give the audience a story that’s relatable to people in Alabama.