Prize (Publisher)

Years: 1940 - 1968

"Crestwood Publications, also known as Feature Publications, was a magazine publisher that also published comic books from the 1940s through the 1960s. Its title Prize Comics contained what is considered the first ongoing horror comic-book feature, Dick Briefers ""Frankenstein"". Crestwood is best known for its Prize Group imprint, published in the late 1940s to mid-1950s through packagers Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, who created such historically prominent titles as the horror comic Black Magic, the creator-owned superhero satire Fighting American, and the first romance comic title, Young Romance."

Series Count:  17   Total Issue Count:  328

Cover Details
All for Love
Issues:  5
Issues:  5
Black Magic
Issues:  41
Charlie Chan
Issues:  5
Dixie Dugan
Issues:  2
Fargo Kid
Issues:  1
Issues:  32
Headline Comics
Issues:  35
Justice Traps the Guilty
Issues:  46
Personal Love
Issues:  5
Prize Comics
Issues:  58
Prize Comics Western
Issues:  49
Strange World of Your Dreams
Issues:  4
Tom Corbett Space Cadet
Issues:  3
Treasure Comics
Issues:  11
Young Love
Issues:  8
Young Romance
Issues:  18