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Ann Young was a talented performer through the Golden Age of comic novels. Her just credited charge to that time may be the "Master Principals" feature in Crown Comics # 4, published by McCombs Publishing in August, 1945. This narrative featured Young while the artist, together with art work from Jack Canfield. Young also worked for DC comic books and DC's top celebrity, super man. After World War II broke out, Young went on into the Allied side to find out if she would be of help the war effort. She had been responsible of pulling on on military planes and sending them off to hit goals within the beaches.A month after, while she was in France on leave from her military duty, Ann Young came back home to begin work on "The Master Princes", which could become the start of her career. The story focused on the life of two sins, Henry VIII and James I, and their various reigns. This period is often referred to as the Golden Age of all England. Ann Young never pl ann young ed that to be considered a feature length comic book, even though it did develop in to one.Young had intended to make use of "The Master Princes" to establish a children's book series, but she immediately realized she had more to offer than just tales of ancient characters. The story has been so attractive that she chose to take it to the eye of the world, by having it can be found from the World's Most Popular Comic Book Festival, or what's called the T.W. Wood Gallery's"arers" display. This was the first time a comicbook was showcased in this prestigious exhibition.Ann Young never hoped that her career would span across decades and she would see her name immortalized in the pages of"T.W. Wood memorial's " catalogs for decades to come. "The Master Princes" was awarded the greatest selling award at the World's hottest Comic Book Festival. She was nominated for an added eight awards, but dropped out to Frank Miller, that was selected over Ann Young by the Comic Book Legal Defense Association, or CBA. Ann Young had accomplished a lot, however the crown was lost by Miller.It was never to be a easy victory for Young, that was back again at the planet's hottest Comic Book Festival, this time with "The Master Princes." However, this time, because of the tough work of her former Curator, Paul Tobin along with his team,"The Master Princes" failed be given a standing ovation from the audience and from the professionals in the specialty. It ended up being a day of celebration for Young, as she took home the Grand Champion name from Tobin and the lion's share of the millions in tickets sales. The publicity was not really a welcome surprise, however, it had been what Ann Young wanted, as she's returned to the comic art world fighting for her art's faith. But this success was only the start, as the struggle for the long run continues.This war between the Comics Curators continues, as they attempt to retain the true meaning and value of comic for its committed enthusiast. To do so, they have looked into the fans themselves. They've given them a forum to share their comments in regards to the works of the Curators, and from doing so they are helping to ensure that future generations will cherish the traditional masterpieces for decades in the future along and not regret your choice to obtain those names. It is clear that the battle is on, but it is the battle of good versus evil.
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