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Virginia Hubbell Bloch (March 23, 1914 - April 15, 2006) was a writer for Lev Gleason, MLJ, and Dell during the Golden Age.

After attending Boston University and New York University, she settled in Woodstock in 1943 with her first husband, Carl Hubbell, and they worked in the comics industry for years. Under the name Virginia Hubbell she wrote much of the later content of Charles Biro'’s Daredevil and Boy Comics, as well as the notorious Crime Does Not Pay. She created the characters of Witch Hazel and Little Itch for Dell'’s Little Lulu stories during the 1950s.

She is survived by two sons, Jonathan and Craig Hubbell.


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