Prize Comics was the flagship title of Prize Publications during the Golden Age. It featured the usual anthology of super-heroes, adventure strips, jungle action stories, aviation and spy tales, and humor. The main hero features of the book were the Black Owl, later succeeded by his sons, Yank and Doodle, and the Green Lama, who made his first appearance in Prize Comics #7. One of the best loved and remembered characters from the pages of Prize was Frankenstein, a goofy-humor version of Dr. Frankenstein’s famous monster, but capable of a wide and powerful storytelling range. In 1948, Prize became Prize Western Comics and turned to adaptations of movie Westerns. You can enjoy again - or for the first time – Prize Comics #23 with this public domain reprint from UP History and Hobby. Check out the full line - new titles every week! The comic reprints from UP History and Hobby are reproduced from actual classic comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old. These books are constantly updated with the best version available - if you are EVER unhappy with the experience or quality of a book, return the book to us to exchange for another title or the upgrade as new files become available. HO12967 20143868
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