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Ann Young has been a talented performer throughout the Golden Age of comic novels. Her just credited credit to this time may be that the "Master Principals" feature in Crown Comics # 4, published by McCombs Publishing in August, 1945. This narrative featured Young whilst the artist, with all art work from Jack Canfield. Young also worked for DC comic books and DC's top celebrity, Superman. After World War II broke out, Young went on to the side to see whether she could possibly be of help the war effort. She was responsible of drawing military planes and sending them off to hit goals on the beaches.A month after, while she had been in France on leave out of her military duty, Ann Young returned home to begin work with "The Master Princes", which would turn into the start of her career. The narrative dedicated to the life of 2 kings, Henry VIII and James I, and their individual reigns. This period is usually Called the Golden Age of all England. Ann Young never intended that to be a feature length comic novel, even though it did develop in to one.Young had pl ann young ed to utilize "The Master Princes" to launch a kids' book series, but she immediately realized she had more to offer than just tales of historical characters. The storyline was so attractive she chose to bring it to the attention of earth, using it come from the planet's Most Popular Comic Book Festival, or what is known as the T.W. Wood Gallery's"arers" exhibition. This was actually the first time a comic book was showcased within this esteemed exhibition.Ann Young never hoped her career might span across decades and she'd see her name immortalized in the pages of"T.W. Wood Art Gallery's " catalogs for decades ahead. "The Master Princes" was awarded the greatest selling award at the World's hottest Comic Book Festival. She was nominated for an additional eight awards, but lost out into Frank Miller, that was picked over Ann Young by the Comic Book Legal Defense Association, or CBA. Ann Young had accomplished a lot, but the crown was lost from Miller.It was perhaps never to be always a simple victory for Young, who was again at the World's Most Popular Comic Book Festival, this time around with "The Master Princes." But this moment, as a result of the tough job of her former Curator, Paul Tobin and his team,"The Master Princes" failed receive a standing ovation from the audience and by the professionals in the field. It ended up being a time of celebration for Young, as she took home the Grand Champion title from Tobin and the lion's share of the millions in tickets earnings. The publicity was not only a welcome surprise, however, it had been what Ann Young needed, as she has returned into the comic art universe fighting hard for her art's faith. However, this victory was the beginning, since the struggle for the future continues.This war between your Comics Curators continues, as they attempt to retain the genuine meaning and value of comic for its dedicated fan. Todo this, they've turned into the fans. They've given them a forum to express their comments in regards to the works of their Curators, and from doing this, they have been helping to assure that future generations will cherish the traditional masterpieces for years to come and perhaps maybe not regret the choice to obtain those titles. It is obvious that the struggle is on, however it is the struggle of good versus bad.
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