Back when parents were worried that horror comic books would adversely influence their children, panicked publishers created the Comics Code Authority. The CCA forced writers and artists to follow strict rules about what they could and couldn't include in their comics. Horror comics couldn't even include classic monsters like vampires, zombies or werewolves. But what happened when one of the writers at DC Comics was a literal "Wolfman?" Scott explains this weird part of comic book history!
DC Comics has cut its ties with Diamond Comics Distributors. All orders of DC products will now be fulfilled by Lunar Distribution and UC Comic Distributors for periodical releases, while Penguin Random House will now be handling graphic novels and collected editions. The news brings to an end a 25 year relationship between DC and Diamond Comic Distributors. [Source: DC Comics]