This issue is one of the more historic in the history of comic books. New Kids on the Block strongly objected to the content of this "unauhorized and proud of it" book. They sued Revolutionary—twice. Each time, the California Supreme Court upheld Revolutionary's right to publish biographical material without the consent of the subject. In so doing, the Court confirmed that comic books were, like magazine articles and books, equally protected under the First Amendment. More details, including summaries of the judicial reply, can be found at Wikipedia.