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Young Brides (1952-1956 Prize) comic books 1952

  • Vol. 1 #1 (1)
    Young Brides (1952-1956 Prize) Vol. 1 #1 (1)
    Published Sep 1952 by Feature.

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    Volume 1, Issue 1. Whole number 1. Art by Natalie Krigstein, Bill Draut, Al Eadeh, Mort Meskin, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Another spinoff of the Young Romance comics series, created and produced by Captain America creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Jimmy's not sure he wants to get involved with Lisa, who has an infant son. Advice on love from Nancy Hale and pipe-smoking square Dan Wilson. Former football hero Brad is a failure in business, but his wife loves him anyway. Teen-Age Mother!; Ask Dan Wilson, Man About Women; Feminine Fixit; My Hero!; An Old Book -- A New Cover; Surprise! Surprise! 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 1 #2 (2)
    Young Brides (1952-1956 Prize) Vol. 1 #2 (2)
    Published Nov 1952 by Feature.

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    Volume 1, Issue 2. Whole number 2. Photo cover. "The Luckiest Guy in the World!", art by Bill Draut; Small town newspaper proprietor Walter marries Dottie, and she encourages him to move to the city where he can achieve his dream of becoming an artist; After being rejected numerous times, Walter is about to give up; He learns Dottie is going to apply for a job as a "janitress" to support them until he succeeds. "Lights Out! - Love's In!", script and art by Jack Kirby; Newlyweds Alice and Dennis argue frequently, but when a storm traps them in their house overnight with no phone or electricity, they "fall in love again!" "How to Get Married" text article by Nancy Hale. "Give and Take!", art by John Prentice; Depressed when her longtime boyfriend Ted marries someone else, Abbey attempts to commit suicide but is rescued by soldier Lee. Untitled Ask Dan Wilson, Man About Women story, art by Al Eadeh. "Figure Dividends" text article by Charmaigne. "Wait for the Doctor!", script by Natalie Krigstein, pencils by Mort Meskin; Jean marries Joe, a young doctor, and they move to a small town where he takes over a practice; Jean becomes upset because Joe is constantly interrupted for emergencies and they cant have a normal home or social life. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.