Nina Dorothy Albright (February 15, 1907-February 7, 1997) was an American comic book artist during the Golden Age of Comic Books, one of the few woman illustrating comic books during that time.
Biography on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nina_Albright
Target Comics cover by Nina Albright / March 1947 / Volume 8 No 1 / Novelty Press
Nina Albright on the Grand Comics Database (GCD): https://www.comics.org/creator/9923/
Miss Victory in “The Mad Monster”:
No date / Ink, pencil, and watercolor on paper / 13 1/2”x14 1/2” / Private collection
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