Category talk:Mature comics

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Hmm. What is mature? A synonym for "with sex", or something wider? If, for example, Daily Grind has significant violence in, does that make it mature? --GreenReaper(talk) 05:59, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

I would take "mature" to mean "material which is intended for mature audiences", which to my mind would encompass sex, violence, drug use, profanity, etc. ----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 11:58, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
Strictly speaking, a comic (or any other type of creative work) can be targeted for mature audiences without including any of those elements. But in practice, the term is usually used to mean works that include those elements to a sufficient degree to make them inappropriate for those who are not mature. But I'm splitting hairs here. The point is, sex is not the only thing that can make a comic "mature", even if it is the most common.
And speaking of Daily Grind, while it does have some moderately graphic violence, I wouldn't consider it "mature" in the sense of being inappropriate for younger viewers. --mwalimu 13:44, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Mature Comics "Comics to add" section?[edit]

Category:Comics has a "Comics to add" section and Category:Mature comics does not. Should Mature Comics gets its own "Comics to add" section? --EarthFurst 15:46, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

I doubt it would be that helpful. The current "Comics to add" list in Category:Comics includes mature comics, and it can be hard to determine which category a more obscure comic belongs under when no article has yet been written. If anything, we could consider dis-associating the "Comics to add" list with the the top level category, but in my opinion we should keep it to a single "to add" list. --mwalimu 17:58, 15 June 2006 (UTC)