Captain Comics said:
It's even simpler than that. Enforcement predominantly falls on the adults, because adults presumably have mature judgment. Adults are supposed to protect children from their own bad decisions, not contribute to them.
Some adults buy them for their own children. Some buy them for other people's children. Some sell them to other people's children. Starting June 9 the law kicks in. Meanwhile the same 18-year-old can sign binding contracts and join the military without parental approval.
Waid & Krause's "Irredeemable" Heads to Film at Fox:
Free Comic Book Day, in my neck of the woods. Check out the '89 Batmobile!
It's weird when you go away for the weekend, hear about a crime spree through the national news, and find out it happened in your neighborhood ...
My glucose shot up just looking at the picture.
Don! Where ya been, man? How ya doin'?
If they still make the crunchy cups, there's no reason for this new thing to exist.
Do NOT tell my wife about these.
Anybody else having trouble getting in or seeing posts disappear then turn up again?