Comics Code Authority appears in 655 issues.
Comic book cover art that depicts a character physically restrained, most commonly with ropes or chains, and sometimes gagged. A popular exploitation theme during the Golden Age of Comics, bondage covers became more subdued and rare during the days of the Comics Code Authority (CCA). After the CCA's demise they have seen a revival with the proliferation of variant covers.
The Bronze Age of comic books was set roughly between 1970 - 1985.
The eating of another of the same species.
The most intimate act of any animals (including humans) is often present in Comic Books. According to Freud, along with aggression, sex is what drives every action. Humanity, like every other being on the planet has an ever present urge to reproduce.
The Silver Age is often credited as starting with the first appearance of the new Flash, Barry Allen, in Showcase #4. Includes all comic books published during the period of 1956 to 1970.
As an industry which has traditionally been focused on a younger audience, certain social statements have occasionally been issued by the comic book companies through stories involving comic book characters. As such drug use is almost universally regarded as a dangerous activity that affects not only the individual but also facilitates a criminal industry.
Torture is defined as inflicting physical or psychological pain on a person, normally to gather information. As in any other medium, it is often used in comics.
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