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Archie Comics has been recently shaking its own foundations. Albeit the company did not necessarily rise to the same superhero glory as Marvel and DC, Archie Comics remains one of the oldest monthly publishers in the United States, and their original non-superhero characters are very well-known intellectual properties. Nowadays, Archie has been actively pursuing franchising their beloved IPs, publishing many high value compilation comics, and even licensing to third-parties to appear in other media. Additionally, they're now working with IDW to localize their comics in more global markets. Not to mention the company's heavily influence on the history of the comic book industry in the United States.
If this template is going to be trimmed, it should be done based on consensus-based, objective criteria... not one editor's impressions of notability. For example, removing publishers who put out several pages of solicits every month, while keeping other publishers who might solicit just a few items per year, doesn't make sense. -Jason A. Quest (talk) 21:24, 4 May 2019 (UTC)
It should not have done badly to begin with by slapping any comic publisher that some could put up an article for on WP. Opposing the clear remove of imprints by claiming "Doing it badly is not constructive." You did not give any publisher that fits that criteria. Notability is not established by how many pages of solicits every month. Yes, we should not give you, one editor's impression of notability. Spshu (talk) 19:42, 6 May 2019 (UTC)
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