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Amazing Spider-Man: RevelationsJ. Michael Straczynski, John Romita, Jr., and Scott HannaBatman: The Dark Knight Strikes AgainFrank Miller and Lynn VarleyBatman: The Killing JokeAlan Moore and Brian BollandCraig ThompsonDragonBallAkira ToriyamaIce HavenDaniel ClowesIn the Night KitchenMaurice SendakLeague of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier Alan Moore and Kevin O\222NeillArt SpiegelmanAlan Moore and Jacen BurrowsPersepolisMarjane SatrapiPride of BaghdadBrian K. Vaughan and Niko HenrichonNeil Gaiman and various artistsSidescrollersMatthew LouxStuck in the Middle Ariel SchragStuck Rubber BabyHoward CruseTank GirlAlan Martin and Jamie HewlettThe Color of EarthKim Dong HwaWatchmenAlan Moore and Dave GibbonsOFFENSIVE LANGUAGEDEPICTION OF HOMOSEXUALITYANTI-FAMILYDRINKING/SMOKING/DRUGSSEXUAL CONTENTBIGOTRYOBSCENE IMAGESUNSUITED TO AGE GROUPLibraries prohibiting certain titles is a constant problem, and as comics become a more important part of today\222s library environment, they are increasingly vulnerable to challenges and bans, especially because of the medium\222s visual nature. Below are some comics that have been challenged, along with the library\222s supposed reasoning. support theAdobeUCSAdobeUCS
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