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First Love Illustrated
PublisherHarvey Comics | Date: | Lang: English
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SourceThis book was scanned from a copy in the JVJ Archive.
NotesOriginal Scan/edit by Tilliban, now with new cover and 19 pages of original art.
There is more information about this book at the bottom of the page
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   By Superman
I especially like the Cupid story. I seem to remember Cupid appearing in Man Called Fate too.
 
Additional Information
 
PublicationFebruary 1949 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 52 | Frequency: bi-monthly | Editing: Leon Harvey
 
CoverA Girl Leaves Home
CreditsPencils: Tom Gill | Inks: Tom Gill
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Linda; Danny; Raven
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. Cover illustrates a scene from the story "A Girl Leaves Home."
 
Text StoryBroken Prom Date (1 page)
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Romance
 
Comic StoryParty Girl (6 pages)
SynopsisKitty and Donna are state government workers in Capitol City. Donna is engaged to Fred, but Kitty is ambitious and has many boyfriends. Donna breaks up with Fred and Kitty takes her on the “party circuit,” dating influential visitors. Donna and Fred reconcile and get married; Kitty moves on to “another city where the diplomatic corps had its headquarters.”
CreditsPencils: Tom Gill | Inks: Tom Gill
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Kitty Krane; Donna Andrews; Fred Rowe
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Comic StoryOut of the Past (6 pages)
SynopsisCarnival worker Betty falls in love with high-diver Red. When Red is injured in an accident, he calls out for “Ruth” and Betty discovers a letter from Ruth in his wallet. Ruth’s mother says Betty is Red’s sister: he was sent to an orphanage after their mother died, while Betty stayed with their father. Betty has to “adjust...to the twist of fate which had befallen” her. She supports her brother Red, who will marry his longtime sweetheart Ruth.
CreditsPencils: Tom Gill | Inks: Tom Gill
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Red Damon; Betty Dixon; Ruth; Ruth's mother; doctor
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Comic StoryDateless (6 pages)
SynopsisSue is the head librarian in Sun Valley. Tired of being called an old maid, she flirts with visiting ski expert Dick, even though she doesn’t know how to ski. Dick catches on to her scheme, but he is attracted to her anyway.
CreditsPencils: Tom Gill
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Sue Martin; Dick Tanner; Rhoda Lane; Nancy Lane
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Comic StoryAfter Hours (2 pages)
SynopsisWaitress Winnie agrees to date the persistent wolf Horatio if he meets her at closing time. When Horatio shows up, Winnie assigns him various clean-up duties at the restaurant. When he falls asleep, exhausted, Winnie departs.
FeaturingWinnie the Waitress
CreditsPencils: Vic Herman | Inks: Vic Herman
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Winnie; Horatio; Wally
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Text ArticleCupid's Corner (1 page)
SynopsisLove poems
CreditsScript: Edgar Allan Poe et al. | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Romance
 
Text StoryUnmasking of Love (1 page)
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Romance
 
Comic StoryShe Didn't Ask for Love (6 pages)
SynopsisCupid steps in to help plain college coed Peggy change her dull looks and capture the heart of football player Gary, to the consternation of Peggy’s lovely but mean roommate Cynthia.
FeaturingDan Cupid
CreditsPencils: Bob Powell | Inks: Bob Powell
ContentGenre: Humor; Fantasy; Romance | Characters: Dan Cupid; Peggy Plainface; Gary Griswold; Cynthia Carter
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Comic StoryA Girl Leaves Home (6 pages)
SynopsisAfter high school graduation, Linda departs for nursing school, leaving her boyfriend Danny at the mercy of vamp Raven. Danny writes and says he and Raven are getting engaged, so Linda leaves school to confront them. On the way, she’s caught by Dr. Roy, who takes her to the scene of a train wreck. Linda uses her nursing skills to help the injured, including Danny and Raven. Later, she congratulates Danny and Raven on their romance. Linda will marry Dr. Roy.
CreditsPencils: Tom Gill | Inks: Tom Gill
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Linda Barton; Danny; Raven Blaine; Jane; Dr. Bob Roy; Miss Kay
NotesArt identification by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
 
Letters Page"Let's hear from you..." (1 page)
SynopsisAppeal for letters and a vote on this issue's stories.
CreditsLetters: typeset
 
CartoonLove Laughs (1 page)
SynopsisCartoons and text jokes.
CreditsPencils: Vic Herman et al. | Inks: Vic Herman et al. | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Humor
 
Comic StoryDream Date (5 pages)
SynopsisTommy makes a date with telephone operator Angel Voice, sight unseen. His father insists Tommy escort Dawn, the daughter of a visiting business acquaintance. Tommy recalls Dawn as a fat kid, so he convinces his pal Buddy to substitute for him with her. Tommy is shocked to discover Angel is quite unattractive, and Dawn has blossomed into a beautiful young woman who actually likes the nerdy Buddy.
FeaturingTommy Tween
CreditsPencils: Bob Powell (signed) | Inks: Bob Powell (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Tommy Tween; Mr. Tween; Buddy; Dawn Rogers; Angel Voice; Gorilla; Mrs. Tween
 
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