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In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth…

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April 10, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Ahhh. Archie comics in the 1960’s. The success of the Archie comics over the years had brought forth a number of spin-off titles to help satiate the hungry consumer’s need for wholesome, good-hearted family fun. And of course, what better way than to poke light at the romance between Betty and Archie.

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March 29, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

I’m not really sure if much needs to be said about this cover. Most of the reactions from anyone who sees this comic is: “What the heck’s Alf doin’ to that seal?!”

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No Sleepy Censor series would be complete without the classic Rifleman “Woody” cover from the good wholesome people at Dell Publishing

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Ka Zar of the Savage Land was sort of a cross between Tarzan and Conan. He was fighting savage beasts with his trusty Sabretooth cat Zabu in almost every issue that

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This comic has become a cult classic. The “Pearl Necklace” issue always sells for multiples of guide at the conventions and on

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Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane #120, DC Comics, March 1972. The cover goes beyond sexuality and dives quite deep into perversion and sadism

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Brave and the Bold #184, Page 8, Panel 5. This is a harmless enough looking issue. On the cover you have Batman raging against his dead parents…

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In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth from what was then deemed disturbingly graphic and blatantly sexual

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December 27, 2009 / / Minutiae Comments closed

In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth from what was then deemed disturbingly graphic and blatantly sexual content in comic books

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