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Marion McDermott
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About
Country: United States
Area(s): Editor
Notable Work: St. John Publications

Marion McDermott was an editor for St. John publications, including one of the first graphic novels ever produced, It Rhymes With Lust. She also edited such titles as Teen-Age Temptations, Teen-Age Romances, Authentic Police Cases, and Fightin' Marines. Artist Ric Estrada credits her encouragement for helping him develop his style. McDermott also served as art director for St. John's non-comics Magazine Digest.

She was about in her late 20s/early 30s during her tenure at St. John. Her career ended when her affair with owner Archer St. John was discovered by his wife.

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