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Personal Love
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SourceThis book was scanned from a copy in the JVJ Archive.
Notesorig scan by Rangerhouse w King Faraday edits. Cover spread page fill replacements and additional edits by Kracalactaka
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PublicationJanuary-February 1958 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Bi-monthly
Notespossible Draut art with Simon alterations per Nick Caputo, November 2014.
CreditsPencils: Bill Draut?; Joe Simon? (see notes) | Inks: Bill Draut; Joe Simon (see notes)
ContentGenre: Romance
Notespossible Draut art with Simon alterations per Nick Caputo, November 2014.
Comic StoryHope Chest (6 pages)
SynopsisLaurie is engaged to Hal, but he’s financially “sensible” and doesn’t want to spend money on an engagement ring for her. Laurie, ashamed she has no ring, meets Steve, who is selling one because girlfriend Ruth dumped him. He offers Laurie a deal if she’ll date him to make Ruth jealous; Laurie agrees but Ruth doesn’t care. Laurie buys the ring anyway. Hal is angry that Laurie spent $200 on “nonsense” and says “if I marry you, you’ll throw my money away!” They break up. Steve appears and says he lied about Ruth just to spend time with Laurie. Laurie and Steve have “a wonderful future ahead.”
CreditsPencils: Pete Riss | Inks: Pete Riss
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Hal Emerson; Laurie; Steven Hill
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
CreditsLetters: typeset
Comic StoryThree's a Crowd (6 pages)
SynopsisBeth and her friend Sue are both “plainjanes” without boyfriends. Beth meets Phil at a dance and they begin to date, but she insists that he bring a friend for Sue. Eventually Phil “run[s] out of dates” for Sue and says he wants to see Beth alone. When Beth objects, they break up. Sue later tells Beth that she’s found a boyfriend of her own and didn’t want Beth “tagging along” on their dates. Sue calls Phil and explains, and he and Beth get back together.
CreditsPencils: Mike Sekowsky
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Phil Elder; Sue; Beth
NotesPencil credit identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
Comic StoryMy Man to Love (6 pages)
SynopsisMarge’s college roommate Eve only dates football star Tom because he’s the “big man on the campus,” but Marge loves him “for the fine person he is.” When Tom is injured and can’t play any more, Eve dumps him: “I want a husband who’s going to be something.” The dean asks Marge to tutor Tom so he won’t flunk out. She does, and they fall in love. They get married and Tom becomes a football coach.
CreditsPencils: Ted Galindo | Inks: Ted Galindo
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Eve; Tom Rogers; Marge Donaldson; Dean Parkes
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
Comic StorySelfish Lover! (7 pages)
SynopsisNurse Ruth and Dr. Ralph plan to be married soon, but he is distracted by wealthy heiress Ilene, a patient in the hospital where they work. Ralph says Ilene just wants to help him set up a private practice, but Ruth disagrees: she knows Ilene is out to marry him. When medical personnel are asked to volunteer at a dangerous tunnel cave-in site, Ilene urges Ralph not to go. Ruth responds and Ralph also eventually shows up: his dedication to his profession was too great. He also says he loves only Ruth.
CreditsPencils: Carl Pfeufer | Inks: Carl Pfeufer
ContentGenre: Romance | Characters: Ilene Anderson; Dr. Ralph Johnson; Ruth
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. Same basic plot as “Was It Love or Pity?” in Love Problems and Advice Illustrated (McCombs, 1949 series) 2 (August 1949).
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