Miss America v7 34 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
July 1950
Issue Notes
Miss America 34 = Teen Comics 36??
A clue is found just below the splash panel of the first story. A tiny handwritten note that says "Teen 36."
There *was* no Teen Comics #36. The last issue was #35 (May 1950). It's numbering was taken over by Unknown Worlds [title expanded to Journey into Unlknown Worlds with the next issue] for its inaugural Sep 1950 issue.
It looks as though both Miss America Magazine and Teen Comics were cancelled with their April-May 1950 issues. The former title was resurrected for July 1950 in a more conventional format by sticking the innards of Teen Comics 36 into a photo cover. The numbering of the later was used for the new sci-fi title beginning with its Sep 1950 issue.
Despite going to comic book format, Miss America retained photo covers on most issues well into 1950.
-Tom Lammers.
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Cover Credits
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Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  3489 The Disc-Jockey's Dilemma!
·Patsy Walker starring
8 pg art Al Jaffee pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  - Don't Miss Radio's Wonderful 'Junior Miss! - pg house ad
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  - -
·Li'l Janie starring
1 pg art
  - -
·Li'l Janie starring
1 pg art
  7327 Lights! Hammer! Auction! 9 pg art Bob Wickersham pencils attributed
  7118 Romance Is for Everyone 2 pg text Mike Sekowsky pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  4214 Going to the Dogs!
·Hedy De Vine starring
6 pg art
  - -
·Li'l Janie starring
1 pg art
  - -
·Li'l Janie starring
1 pg art
  4188 It's a Picnic!
·Bonnie starring
5 pg art Ken Bald pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  5881 Bathing Baby!
·Jeanie starring

Notes: Little Lizzie & Stingy crossover
7 pg art