Underground Comics

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Synonyms: comix, underground comix
See also: Fandom and the Underground, zine, doujinshi, fancomic
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Underground comics or Comix as they are also known, began in the 1960s as a response to the Comics Code Authority, which began in the 1950s. Many of them were small press and self-published and dealt with issues and subjects not featured in mainstream comics including graphic violence, explicit depictions of sex, and drug use. Many underground comics have a parodic nature influenced by Mad magazine often parodying mainstream comics.

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