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PublisherBetter / Nedor / Standard / Pines | Date: | Lang: English
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SourceThis book was scanned from a copy in the JVJ Archive.
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PublicationDecember 1952 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: quarterly
CreditsPencils:? (photograph) | Inks:? (photograph) | Colors:? (photograph) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Romance
Comic StoryKiss and Run (8 pages)
SynopsisAfter her father’s death, Diane gets a job as a typist, turning down her childhood sweetheart Dave’s offer to leave college, get a job, and marry her. Former schoolmate Freddy urges her to come to New York, promising she'll find work as a model. However, “models are a dime a dozen” and she becomes a “dreary, under-paid...city white collar worker!” Diane writes to Dave, pretending to be a success, but he reads between the lines and visits her, reaffirming his love. Although she receives a modeling offer at the last minute, Diane decides to go home and marry Dave.
CreditsPencils: Art Saaf | Inks: Mike Peppe (signed, see notes) | Job #: K-726
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Dave Troyer; Diane Adams; Mr. Adams; Freddy Barton; Mr. Stone; Lila
NotesInformation on this sequence supplied by Steve Saaf and Jim Vadeboncouer, June 2008. Mike Peppe "signed" the story by including his name on the jukebox label on page 5 of the story.
Comic Story"Don't tell me you and Marty're going to the movies this Saturday, too!" (1 page)
SynopsisUnlike Pam, who always takes into consideration her boyfriend Marty's financial situation, Edith prefers to date boys who can spend money on her. This sends her "down the ladder of popularity."
FeaturingSmart Talk
CreditsPencils: Alex Toth | Inks: Alex Toth | Letters: Alex Toth | Job #: R-761
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Edith; Pam; Marty; Janet Lee
NotesArt id by Jim Vadeboncouer Jr. and Ger Apeldoorn.
Comic StoryMan of Mine (10 pages)
SynopsisDella “from the wrong side of the tracks” sets out to get a prom invitation from wealthy student Bruce, rejecting studious but poor Tony. Della doesn’t care that girls who date Bruce get bad reputations. On the night of the prom, Bruce is speeding; he and Della believe he has hit someone with his car, but Bruce refuses to stop. At the prom, Della confesses to Tony, who drives to the scene of the accident and returns with “evidence.” Bruce blames everything on Della, who now sees him for what he is and knows Tony is the guy for her. The “victim” is revealed to be just a scarecrow.
CreditsPencils: Mike Sekowsky | Inks: Al Rubano | Job #: R-691
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Della; Della's mother; Bruce Stewart; Tony Wells
NotesPencils identification by Jim Vadeboncouer and Ger Apeldoorn.
Comic StoryPretty ... But! (1 page)
SynopsisSelf-confidence helps a girl overcome shyness and have a good time at parties.
CreditsPencils: Dick Loomis | Inks: Dick Loomis | Job #: R-728
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Joan; Jack Lawrence
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Ger Apeldoorn agrees but is not totally convinced.
Text StoryHer Sister's House (2 pages)
CreditsScript: Margaret Isbel | Pencils: Valerie Barclay? (illustration) | Inks: Valerie Barclay? (illustration) | Letters: typeset | Job #: R-766
ContentGenre: Romance
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Ger Apeldoorn agrees but is not totally convinced.
Comic StoryI Can't Love You (8 pages)
SynopsisAngela and her father live in a small town, where everyone knows her mother ran away 15 years earlier. Angela’s father fears she’ll also turn out to be “wild” and forbids her to date, but Angela falls in love with newcomer Don. When her father finds out, he is angry but then realises his jealousy is what drove Angela’s mother away before. He tells Angela that he trusts her and that she is free to love Don.
CreditsPencils: Bob Correa? | Inks: Bob Correa? | Job #: R-696
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Angela Patton; Mr. Patton; Don Morgan; Miss Frisby
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Ger Apeldoorn agrees but is not totally convinced.
Comic StoryShower Fun (1 page)
SynopsisLucy and Sandy throw a wedding shower for their friend Barbara.
CreditsPencils: Vernon Greene? | Inks: Vernon Greene? | Job #: R-720
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Lucy; Sandy; Barbara
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Ger Apeldoorn agrees but is not totally convinced.
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