In 1971, the San Francisco-based cartoonist Dan O'Neill decided that his contribution to the cultural revolution would be the destruction of Walt Disney. With a group he tagged The Air Pirates, he put out two issues of a comic book that placed Disney characters in most un-Disneylike situations. And then he provoked Disney into suing them. The ensuing litigation lasted ten years.
Bob gives an overview of the book:
Bob Levin was born in Philadelphia March 14, 1942. Since 1968, he has lived in Berkeley with his wife Adele, a writer and retired psychotherapist. A retired attorney, he represented the injured in workers' compensation cases for more than 40 years.
Levin is the author...