In Nightwing #96, Tom Taylor finds a new purpose for the comics code

In Nightwing #96, Tom Taylor finds a new purpose for the comics code

In the wake of Dr Frederick Wertham''s publication, the Comics Magazine Association of America offered the code as an alternative to government regulation. This code was voluntary, but some publishers and retailers would only use publishers who adhered to it. Twenty years ago, publishers began ignoring the Code, with Marveldropping it in 2000 and DC Comics in 2o11, revealing they had never used the code for some time. This is why they should be safe from anyone who has filed a lawsuit against Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo for this approach

Tomorrow''s #1 issue is at Marvel. Which features Laura Kinney''s Wolverine, whom Tom Taylor used to write.

DC Comics has a trademark on characters acting like absolute dumbasses, which even they acknowledge in Tom Taylor''s other book, which is also available today.

In his lifetime, how many times had Guy Gardner been dismissed? It''s a surprise that he created his own hashtag in his defense, #NotAllGuys.

NIGHTWING #96 CVR A BRUNO REDONDO (W) Tom Taylor (A/CA) Bruno Redondo They say love is when two hearts find their happy place right next to each other, but to Heartless, that''s just the wall of jars of hearts he has in his back office. Retail: $3.99 In-Store Date: 09/20/2022

DCEASED WAR OF THE UNDEAD GODS #2 (OF 8) (W) Tom Taylor (A) Trevor Hairsine and Andy Lanning (CA) Howard Porter An undead Darkseid start his assault on Korugar first! Could Big Barda and Mister Miracle''s fate depend on the Yellow Lantern Corps collaborating together with a Green Lantern? Retail: $3.99 In-Store Date: 09/20/2022

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