Today we have the masterful work of Mr. Al Hubbard in two Andy Hardy stories from Four Color No. 389, April 1952. What I love most about the following pages is Hubbard's astonishing feel for character. With Hubbard, every character is given a unique life - they move and act differently from one another, have different weight and balance. And what facial expressions! Hubbard did all the artwork for the following, pencils and inks. After the stories, I'll wrap the post up with two black & white inside covers (Lordy Lou, what inking!), and a stunner of a back cover - all at no extra charge!