Marvel Comics To Be A Little More Mature

Marvel Comics is amending the solicitations for a number of titles that were solicited in Previews with the wrong maturity rating.

Amazing Spider-Man #697 and #698, Avengers #33 and #34, Fantastic Four #1, FF #1, New Avengers #33 and #34, Wolverine And X-Men #20 and #21, X-Men #38, and X-Men Legacy #1 and #2 have all been switched from T to T+.

Wolverine & The X-Men started with a T+ but with issue 7 moved to T, until issue #16 when it jumped back up top T+ again.

Amazing Spider-Man was T, but with #693 has jumped to T+.

Avengers was T all the way up to issue 29 when it went to T+

Fantastic Four was T up until #610 when it went to T+.

X-Men was T up until issue 36, when it switched to T+.

And X-Men Legacy, before the relaunch was also a T title. Now it is T+.

More and more Marvel Universe titles are switching to T+ it seems. The codes, they are a-changin’. Here’s the difference:

  • T: appropriate for ages 9 and up.
  • T+: appropriate for most readers 12 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before  or with younger children.

Oh, and X-Men Legacy will no longer be $3.99 but $2.99 a copy… so there’s that.

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