Curtis Magazines
Curtis Magazines

Curtis Magazines was the name of an imprint used by Marvel Comics to publish black and white magazines in the early 1970s. The magazine format was not covered by the rules set forth by the Comics Code Authority, which Marvel used as a means to publish more adult-themed titles that depicted profanity, violence, and nudity that would have otherwise been barred.

While many of the titles centered on Marvel characters, others featured creator-owned characters, while some featured no comic aspects at all, and instead ran text articles and interviews.

While the imprint only ran from 1971 to 1975, some titles from the imprint continued publication under the name Magazine Management Co.


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