Keep in mind that this was the original version, and not the final version implemented. Of course, Warren Publishing had their own method of dealing with the comics code authority when they introduced "Creepy" in 1964: they ignored it completely. Brandon Keller <kellerbj@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: While I like General Standards Part C:Costume:Number 4, I don't see how comics were able to evolve into an artform with ridiculous restrictions like the rest. I mean, if you can't feel sympathy for the villain, what makes the story even remotely like reality? The gray area between good and evil and the realization that evil is not always EVIL! is part of humanity and the complexities in dramatic material. Take it away and you have, "Oh, look at the pretty pictures." Os It's fun to use learning for evil. -----Original Message----- From: oxfordgamers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oxfordgamers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Aaron Einhorn Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 2:37 PM To: oxfordgamers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [oxfordgamers] On an entirely different note Since I've found one of the more disgusting things in comics, I thought I'd counter it with: The Original Form of the Comics Code Authority Code! http://www.comics.dm.net/codetext.htm ===== I guess I can see how if you were a salamander Amphibian-American would be a step up, but it seems to me you should call a toad a toad. -Kermit the Frog Check out the Blade Brothers Home Page! http://www.bladebrothers.com __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo.