I'd like to bump this, as I'm curious if anyone has anything further to say on this subject of what constitutes the Silver Age. I'm also wondering if there are other "ages" in WB's history that are generally acknowledged.
Finally, I'm pondering whether this should just be rolled into a main Warner Bros article that would cover the entire history there. Any thoughts?
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