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Young Love
PublisherPrize | Date: | Lang: English
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   By dwilt
I'll probably anger people by saying this, but I'm not that fond of the Simon & Kirby romance comics. Kirby's art (and imitators like Mort Meskin here) just doesn't seem to "fit" a "straight" romance story with no physical action.
   By The Australian Panther
I'm probably as big a Kirby fan as you are likely to run into and you are never going to anger me by expressing your honest opinion. That said - Mort Meskin was obviously influenced by Kirby as in some way nearly every comic book artist has been, but it's doing him a disservice to call him a mere Kirby imitator. - The inker here appears to be George Roussos, who at his worst, was very heavy handed and destroyed detail in the art. - you will notice that the 'additional information lists Natalie Krigstein (http://womenincomics.wikia.com/wiki/Natalie_Krigstein ) as the writer. A writer can sometimes restrict the artist as to what he can depict visually and this may be the case here. I agree with you that this story is not exactly first class and the above may be some of the reasons why. Have a look at the Meskin and Kirby stories in this issue, Which you might find a little better. /?dlid=57712 Bear in mind that Simon and Kirby pioneered the Romance genre, so everyone doing romance comics was learning from them. cheers
 
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PublicationOctober 1951 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1
 
CreditsPencils:? (photograph) | Inks:? (photograph) | Colors:? (photograph) | Letters: typeset
 
Comic StoryBad Penny
CreditsScript: Natalie Krigstein
ContentGenre: Romance
NotesKrigstein script per biblio info published in Robin Snyder's The Comics, Vol 27, No. 5, May 2016.
 
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