Disney comics and the Comics Code Authority (CCA)

SRoweCanoe@aol.com SRoweCanoe at aol.com
Fri Dec 19 22:11:36 CET 2003

In a message dated 12/19/2003 5:09:17 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
jehan126 at hotmail.com writes:
<<(2) the position of Disney comics 
vis-à-vis the Comics Code Authority (CCA)? I know that Disney comics did not 
need to have the CCA logo when they were published. Will you please tell me 
what else you know about this issue?>>
In the USA, it was the decision of Dell Comics (who published the Disney 
comics)  not to join the other comics company in starting the CCA -- indeed, their 
ads at the time state that they dont have to censor their comics, cause they 
never contained material that needed censoring...

I seem to recall that the Disney comics that Marvel produced, were under the 

In the USA, comics were never subjected to Goverment censorship (they were 
however several states where crime comics were banned)

steven rowe
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