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Another book from the JVJ collection.
Big 52-page second issue.

Art by Severin & Elder ("Runaways from Love") and John Severin & George Evans ("Heartache Serenade")

1-February-2016 5:33 pm
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Username: SCOTT
Comment: Thanks for posting the artist credits, plenty of great (freelance?) artwork made it's way into some otherwise obscure titles!
 
 

Issue: #6
Published: March 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US; Then Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indicia: INTIMATE LOVE, a magazine published every other month and copyright 1950 by STANDARD MAGAZINES, INC., 10 East 40th Street, New York 16, N.Y. Subscription (12 issues) $1.20; single copies 10¢; foreign and Canadian postage extra. Application for second-class entry pending at the Post Office, New York, N.Y. In corresponding with this magazine, please be sure to include your local postal zone number, if any. Names of all characters used in cartoons, stories and articles are fictitious. If the name of any living person or existing institution is used, it is a coincidence. Manuscripts and drawings must be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope, and are submitted at the author's risk. No. 6, March, 1950. PRINTED IN THE U.S.A.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) True-to-Life Stories of Young Love
Credits: Pencils: ? (photograph) | Inks: ? (photograph) | Colours: ? (photograph)
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (10 pages) No Faith Had I
Synopsis: Emma and Chris marry while in college, and after graduation move back to his hometown of Columbus where he’ll work as a druggist. Emma is overwhelmed by Chris’s large family and feels out of place living in their house. She gets a job so they can afford to move to a home of their own, but Chris borrows their savings to pay for his father’s medical treatments. Emma decides to go home to her parents but changes her mind and returns to Chris and his family, discovering she loves them now.
Credits: Pencils: Al Carreno | Inks: Al Carreno
Genre: Romance
Characters: Emma Guild Chris Dunham Mr. Dunham Mrs. Dunham Sonny Dunham

Comic Story (6 pages) My Yearning Heart
Synopsis: Diane is the daughter of a famous and wealthy surgeon. She meets medical researcher Dr. Fredric Stillman and they fall in love. However, they can’t afford to get married; Diane’s father offers to set up Fred in practice, but the younger man wants to continue his research work. Diane and Fred break up as a result, and Diane resumes her romance with Dr. Alvin Stone, only to discover he’s a womanising cad. Diane apologises to Fred for her selfish ways and they reconcile.
Credits: Pencils: John Celardo | Inks: John Celardo
Genre: Romance
Characters: Diane Richards Dr. Fredric Stillman Dr. Richards Dr. Alvin Stone

Text Story (1 page) Sailor's Song
Genre: Romance

Text Article (1 page) Accent on Charm
Featuring: Martha Hale
Synopsis: Choosing Your Make-Up; Guide to Color Harmony in Cosmetics; Best Face Forward; Grooming
Credits: Script: ? [as Martha Hale] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) Runaways From Love
Synopsis: After Juanita’s father dies, she operates the family ranch. City-slicker Steve Miller arrives to become the town’s new schoolteacher, and is hazed and humiliated by the local cowboys. Juanita thinks he’s a coward and wishes he was more rough-hewn, but then decides to become more feminine herself in an attempt to please him. Juanita is abducted by outlaw Joe Larkin and his gang. Steve rescues her and admits he was only posing as a weakling: he’s a G-Man who’s been on the trail of the Larkin gang.
Credits: Pencils: John Severin (signed) | Inks: Will Elder (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Juanita Hume Steve Miller Joe Larkin

Comic Story (1 page) Farewell, My Fancy
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (7 pages) How Mad Was My Heart!
Synopsis: Bookkeeper Nell can’t afford the fashionable clothes she craves. Co-worker Ethel says she’s been buying clothes and furs with money she’s made betting. Nell places a bet, wins, and buys a fancy hat with the money, only to have her new acquisition accidentally ruined by Jon Temple. Jon is a wealthy fashion designer and they begin a romance. To keep up appearances, Nell continues to gamble and has to take out loans to cover her losses. She narrowly avoids losing her job and vows to never gamble again. Jon, however, still loves her regardless of how much her dresses cost.
Credits: Pencils: Mike Sekowsky ?
Genre: Romance
Characters: Nell Wade Jon Temple Ethel Mr. Traynor

Text Story (2 pages) Big Talk by Betty Hill
Credits: Script: ? [as Betty Hill] | Pencils: ? (illustrations) | Inks: ? (illustrations) | Colours: ? (illustrations) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (5 pages) Heartache Serenade
Synopsis: Disc jockey Dell repeatedly gets a request for the song “Moonlight Melody” from Vance Powers. They meet and fall in love. Dell thinks Vance was in love with “Moonlight Melody” singer Jane Melden and breaks their engagement. Later, she learns Jane was engaged to Vance’s brother who died in the war and that’s why the song has special meaning for Vance. Dell plays a new song by Jane on her radio show and reconciles with Vance.
Credits: Pencils: John Severin | Inks: George Evans
Genre: Romance
Characters: Dell Loman Vance Powers Jane Melden

Comic Story (1 page) Love at Last...
Credits: Pencils: Rafael Astarita
Genre: Non-fiction Romance

Comic Story (6 pages) Love on Trial
Synopsis: Carol is engaged to assistant district attorney Robert Dalton. An innocent outing with old friend Steve Hanley ends with Steve making a pass at Carol. When Steve is later arrested for robbery, he claims Carol can provide him with an alibi. At the trial, Robert is shocked by Carol’s testimony, but elicits information that proves Steve is guilty after all. Although Carol thinks her engagement is off, Steve says he doesn’t blame her and still loves her.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Carol Nash Robert Dalton Steve Hanley

Comic Story (1 page) Poet's Love
Credits: Pencils: John Severin | Inks: Will Elder
Genre: Romance

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