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From the collection of JVJ
Issue: #20
Published: January 1954, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: ? (photo) | Inks: ? (photo) | Colours: ? (photo) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (7 pages) For Richer or Poorer
Synopsis: Gwen convinces her artist husband Ron to take a higher-paying job with her brother-in-law Martin, even though Ron knows he won’t be happy there. Martin starts controlling every aspect of Gwen and Ron’s life. Ron finally snaps and stands up to Martin; Gwen agrees with him, and Martin gives in, allowing Ron to take a position more to his liking. Martin’s wife Meg also asserts herself.
Credits: Pencils: Paul Gattuso | Inks: George Appel | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Ron Gwen Martin Meg

Comic Story (7 pages) The Dream I Couldn't Forget
Synopsis: After high school graduation, Todd goes to Chicago to begin his singing career and leaves his sweetheart Marion behind in their hometown. Some time later, Marion learns Todd has married someone else. She marries insurance agent Les but continues to follow Todd’s career. 4 years later, newly-divorced Todd returns for a visit and Marion offers to divorce Les and marry him. Todd says “we couldn’t build a happy life based on someone else’s misery,” and Marion later learns he’s already engaged to Cynthia. Marion confesses all to Les and he forgives her.
Credits: Pencils: Jim Mooney | Inks: Bernard Sachs
Genre: Romance
Characters: Todd Lane Marion Moore Mr. Moore Mrs. Moore Mr. Hodges Les Hunter William Lane Mrs. Lane Cynthia

Comic Story (7 pages) I Married a Sailor
Synopsis: Peg marries U.S. Navy sailor Tommy but he’s shipped out on an “extended training cruise.” When Tommy doesn’t write, Peg allows her friend Laura to set her up on dates with other men. Tommy comes home and catches her kissing another man and they separate. Tommy’s fellow sailor Larry tells Peg that Tommy was faithful to her and is now being sent to Korea. Peg will have to hope Tommy returns safely so she can apologise for her actions.
Credits: Pencils: Sam Cooper; Michael Becker? | Inks: Valerie Barclay | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Tommy Rogers Peg Laura Larry Lane

Comic Story (1 page) Tips on Your Trousseau
Genre: Romance

Text Story (2 pages) Misguided Love
Credits: Script: Dana Dutch | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (1 page) What's There to Talk About?
Credits: Pencils: Mario Rizzi | Inks: Mario Rizzi
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (7 pages) For Love of His Art
Synopsis: Wealthy Sheila marries “free lance fabric-designer” and artist Steve. Sheila tries to promote Steve’s career but goes about it the wrong way. She’s also jealous of his friendship with Vera. They argue and Steve leaves her. Vera tells Sheila that Steve misses her and invites Sheila to Steve’s art show. His work is a success and Steve and Sheila reconcile.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Steve Kent Sheila Ramont Mr. Ramont Mrs. Ramont Vera Bill Mr. Fenton

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