Strange Psychoanalysis Comic Books From The 1950s

When comics are selling like newsprint hotcakes publishers are constantly on the lookout for something or someone else to make a comic book about, and in the 1950s there was even a comic book series based on psychoanalysis. It was meant to steer the Comics Code Authority away from the more violent titles released by E.C. Comics, as part of their educational New Direction series.

Watch as super powered shrinks use Freudian techniques to steer their patients toward sanity, behold as they ask each patient to talk about their mother, and marvel at the mundane nature of this supposedly educational title created by the same company that made Tales From The Crypt and The Vault of Horror!

Via Dangerous Minds

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