Both DC Comics and Archie Comics are to stop using the Comics Code Authority badge, putting an end to the CCA. Bongo dropped it last year.
Archie Comics will abandon the use of the Comics Code Authority's rating system.
The CCA logo will cease to appear on the publisher's comics from February, reportsICv2.
Archie is the final publisher to make use of the rating system, effectively putting an end to the code that was set up following Congressional hearings in 1954.
"We have a great deal of respect for what the Comics Code Authority has stood for over the years, but at the end of the day, the final judge of our content is our readership," said Archie President Mike Pellerito.
"The CCA has never driven Archie's editorial direction. As we have for 70 years, we will continue to produce family-friendly, entertaining and relevant stories."
DC Comics announced its abandonment of the code earlier this week.