Is there an accepted policy for when to tag an issue with a really broad concept like "Golden Age" or "Silver Age?" It doesn't seem helpful to me to tag every comic published between 1938 and 1958 as "Golden Age," every issue between 1958 and 1970 as "Silver Age," and so forth. I've only tagged issues published during those time periods that typify the aesthetics of that period or are important in some other way, but I'd like to know how other people handle it.
IIRC they can be added for issues that are published currently or some years ago when the issue deals with the ____ age. Such as paying a homage, it being set during that time or something else notable.
Well you are using it correct, however there are plenty of
point whoresusers who abuse the concepts to no ends.
@jinxuandi: I know who did that one, he creates a lot of useless concepts... Co-Feature isn't actually that bad but it needs to be renamed to Second Feature since that is its real name and it must be limited to those specific DC books that had the Second Feature branding cause it does make sense for that specific one to exist since some users could potentially like to know which books fell into the Second Feature program.