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Every fragment of pop culture, whether it's films, comic books or television, has its own good ol' days of which grizzled veterans of the medium will bemoan the passing of on Internet forums and in late-night Denny's. There's always going to be a Gold, Silver, and Bronze age for everything.The times where they fit, exactly, are up to discussion by the adoring masses. Comic nerds will put the Golden Age of comic books happening in the early 40s and ending when the Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency began the age of censorship. Personally, I think it was the Superman Lets It All Hang Out issue that pushed 'em over the edge.
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