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Boy Loves Girl 033 -JVJ (c2c)

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Issue: #33
Published: April 1953, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Charles Biro (editor); Bob Wood (managing editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indexed from a scan from http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/ with art identifications from Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. Editor credits taken from statement of ownership. All stories have typeset captions but hand-lettered dialogue balloons.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Disgrace!
Credits: Pencils: Bob Fujitani | Inks: Bob Fujitani
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (6 pages) Loves of My Life, Part Four
Featuring: A True Love Story
Synopsis: Marge resigns her job with doctor Roger because her fiancé Jack has returned from the Korean War with an injured arm. Marge says she'll marry Jack even though she loves Roger. Jack, an architect, feels his life is over. Marge helps Jack exercise his arm but decides occupational therapist Ruth may be able to do more good. Ruth's therapy restores Jack's ability to work and they fall in love. Marge can now return to Roger with a clean conscience.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Dr. Roger Hammitt Marge Jack Ruth Ingalls

Comic Story (6 pages) The Kiss
Featuring: A True Love Story
Synopsis: Martha has always felt unattractive, even though she has "lovely eyes and a perfect figure!" As an adult, she has a crush on her apartment neighbour Charlie. When Charlie accidentally kisses her during a party, Martha is embarrassed and moves away. After having plastic surgery, she returns to the apartment house. No one recognises her but all of the men are friendly. Charlie says there was "a kiss that changed his life" earlier. Martha kisses him and admits she's the same person. Charlie says "you didn't need the operation" to have his life, but "No man is sorry to have a beautiful wife!"
Credits: Pencils: Dick Rockwell (signed) | Inks: Dick Rockwell (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Martha Charlie Hines Jim

Letters Page (2 pages)
Featuring: Do You Need Advice?
Credits: Script: ? [as Agnes Holmes] | Pencils: ? (illustrations) | Inks: ? (illustrations) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) My Fatal Week End
Featuring: A True Love Story
Synopsis: Lucy meets soldier Bob at a USO dance. They fall in love. He gets orders to ship out, and invites Lucy to New York to meet his parents. When Lucy arrives, Bob says his parents were called away suddenly. She thinks it was a trick to get her in the apartment alone, and flees. However, after thinking it over, Lucy realises she loves Bob and returns. He says his parents showed up after all.
Credits: Pencils: Robert Martinott (signed) | Inks: Robert Martinott (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Lucy Janet Bob Marquette

Comic Story (7 pages) Disgrace
Featuring: A True Love Story
Synopsis: Teen-agers Ricky and Elaine want get married but her parents say Ricky's part-time job "wouldn't support a canary" and forbid them to date any more. Elaine says she's going to visit a friend, but she and Ricky go into the city to have dinner. They're trapped by an ice storm, argue, and spend the night in the bus station. When Elaine gets home, her parents don't believe the ice storm story and fear scandal. However, their minister verifies the bad weather tale. Elaine's parents apologise for not trusting her, and say she can date Ricky again.
Credits: Pencils: Dick Rockwell (signed) | Inks: Dick Rockwell (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Ricky Dawson Elaine Drexel Mr. Drexel Mrs. Drexel Dr. Wingate

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages)
Credits: Letters: typeset

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