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A rangerhouse scan,
Edit by Yoc.
From the JVJ Collection.

22-March-2015 3:21 pm
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Username: SteveD
Comment: The Premiani story looks to at least have Kirby layouts, some panels obviously tighter than others (or was Simon adopting Kirby's own "square fingers" style in his inking over others?)/
22-March-2015 10:03 pm
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Username: Poztron
Comment: I'm inclined to agree that Kirby had some role in that story, as I doubt that Simon as inker alone could Kirby-ize it so thoroughly. Were it not for JVJ's tentatively IDing someone other than Kirby on pencils, I'd see this as Kirby and Simon with a third (and fourth?) hand present as well. However, I'm not too familiar with how the Simon & Kirby studio split up their workflow. (Later, Simon on his own - say, at Sick Magazine - could do some mediocre art that echoed Kirby, but in this story I doubt that he could do the energetic clothes wrinkles (characteristic of Kirby) on top of someone else's pencils. Same with the unsubtle parallel-line shading, which tended to be a S&K stylistic flourish.)
 
 

Volume: #1, Issue: #3 [3]
Published: June-July 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Joe Simon; Jack Kirby
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden, Then Silver, Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: ? (photograph) | Inks: ? (photograph) | Colours: ? (photograph) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (9 pages) Wallflower!
Synopsis: After several embarrassing experiences as a teen, Amy gets a reputation as a “wallflower” at social events and loses confidence in herself. Photographer Bix offers her a job, modelling in a nightclub, and she performs well. Then he reveals it was all a set-up in order to restore her self-esteem. Amy and Bix fall in love.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Draut | Inks: Bill Draut | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Amy Martin Bix Jackson Joan Bob Art Ned Arden Jim Burns Patricia Gibbings Marion Don Irvine Mr. Sanderson

Comic Story (7 pages) Look Before You Love!
Synopsis: Secretary Joyce falls in love with Kerry at first sight. However, after he proposes, she catches him in an embrace with former girlfriend Myra. Kerry claims he initially used her to make Myra jealous, but now he really loves Joyce. Joyce forgives him but the love she felt is gone. She eventually begins dating Kerry’s friend George, and may marry him some day.
Credits: Pencils: Jack Kirby; Joe Simon ? (see notes) | Inks: Joe Simon ? | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Kerry Blanchard Joyce Ryan Myra Whitcomb George Sumner

Comic Story (8 pages) Headstrong!
Synopsis: Vicki is hired as a reporter for a small town newspaper. She interviews Duke and begins to date him, despite his reputation as a wolf. However, when one of Duke’s former girlfriends blames Vicki for stealing his affections and tries to commit suicide, Vicki is tarred by scandal and fired from her job. Her friend Jerry admits he loves her and helps Vicki through the tough times.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Draut | Inks: Bill Draut | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Vicki Allen Mr. Carson Jerry Snyder Duke Wilson Ruth Jackson Dolly Madsen Marcia Thompson

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Nancy Hale's Problem Clinic
Synopsis: Alice tells Nancy Hale that her boyfriend Bob dumped her because she refused to drink alcohol at parties. Nancy introduces her to various people who say drinking is a personal choice for mature people and can be dangerous for young people, and perhaps Alice was “going out with the wrong crowd.”
Credits: Script: ? [as Nancy Hale] | Pencils: Vic Donahue | Inks: Vic Donahue | Letters: Ben Oda
Characters: Nancy Hale Alice J. Bob Mrs. R. Miss C.

Text Story (2 pages) I Didn't Want Love
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) Match Makers!
Synopsis: Paula’s parents are immigrants from Europe and raise her in a strict, old-fashioned manner. When her parents insist she get married before she turns 20 and that they will pick her husband, she rebels. Even though the man they’ve chosen is Arthur, whom she loves, Paula refuses on principle. She decides to elope with Alex instead, but Arthur intervenes. Paula says that she was “lucky in loving the man” that her parents chose for her.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Riley | Inks: Ken Riley | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Paula Bethany Igor Bethany Freda Bethany Mrs. Arnold Arthur Arnold Alex Jameson

Comic Story (9 pages) Clinging Vine
Synopsis: Mary Lou pretends to be a “helpless, wide-eyed, clinging vine” type to attract dates. She becomes engaged to Stan, but he is soon irritated by her feigned helplessness. Mary Lou thinks newcomer Wilma has stolen Stan’s affection, but Wilma says Stan merely got tired of Mary Lou’s act: “Men like women to be feminine, but they don’t like them to be dopes!” Mary Lou apologises to Stan and they reconcile.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Draut | Inks: Bill Draut | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Mary Lou Stan Walker Jerry Frankie Wilma Mason

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