Constance Joan "Connie" Naar (April 19, 1893 - September 1964)[1] was an assistant editor at National Publications/DC Comics in 1935. She also wrote text stories under her own name.

Outside of comics, she worked as a children's book illustrator on such titles as Lives of Poor Boys Who Became Famous (1947) and Lives of Girls Who Became Famous (1949).


  1. Social Security Death Index record
GCD-icon See Connie Naar's credits at the Grand Comics Database.

Bails-icon See Connie Naar's entry on Bails' Who's Who of American Comic Books.