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Popular Romance 009 (diff ver)-JVJ

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Issue: #9
Published: October 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US, Later Standard Silver Age US 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)
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (12 pages) I Stole for Love
Synopsis: Reform school girl Mary Johnson gets a job in a department store and is determined to make good. Co-worker Allan Ross falls in love with her, and, when he proposes, Mary looks forward to married life. Allan is promoted to an administrative position and will eventually see the records kept on file in the office about Mary's past. She tries to steal the records but is caught by Mr. Monroe who thinks she intended to steal some valuable bonds kept in the filing cabinet. She is fired. Time passes, and Mary learns Mr. Monroe refuses to hire reform school girls after his experience with her. She doesn't want the reform school girls to suffer for her misdeed and confesses all to Monroe. Allan overhears her, forgives her, and, once again, expresses his desire to marry her.
Credits: Pencils: Mort Meskin
Genre: Romance
Characters: Mary Johnson Miss Pringle (reformatory Matron) Paul Monroe (manager, Graham's Department Store) Allan Ross Lucille Ross (Allan's Mother) Miss Raines (Mary's Supervisor) Mr. Bates (party Guest)

Text Article (1 page) "Are you forever plagued..."
Featuring: Just Between Us
Synopsis: Article about etiquette and social conduct.
Credits: Script: Brenda Brant | Pencils: ? (header illustration) | Inks: ? (header illustration) | Colours: ? (header illustration) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (2 pages) "How shall I live without..."
Featuring: Love Notes
Synopsis: Alice relishes arguing with her boyfriend Rick because making up is "wonderful". One day, Rick walks out because he wants some peace in his life. Alice expects him to call and vows to give him a piece of her mind. He doesn't call and three weeks later she sees him with another girlfriend. In time, he marries her. Alice realizes she has made some mistakes and determines to change.
Credits: Pencils: Art Saaf? | Inks: Art Saaf?
Genre: Romance
Characters: Alice Rick Lowell Mother

Comic Story (6 pages) Forgive Me!
Synopsis: Sharon's romance with Fred is hampered by his kid brother, Eddie. The siblings are orphans who spend most of their time together. Eddie even accompanies the couple on their dates. Sharon has a frank discussion with Eddie and makes it clear that his constant presence is an impediment to the progress of her relationship with Fred. Eddie is stunned and hurt. He takes a walk and suffers heat stroke. Sharon blames herself for his condition and passes the night sitting by his bed. Fred apologizes to Sharon for expecting her to spend so much time with Eddie, and promises her the future will be different.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Sharon Williams Fred Collins (news Reporter) Eddie Collins Ella Graham (Sharon's Friend) Tom Hale (farmer)

Text Story (2 pages) All Clear for Love
Synopsis: Nancy's New York romance with Grant Dixon fizzles and she returns home to Clearview. Old flame Clark Martin protests his undying love, and Nancy welcomes his attentions.
Credits: Script: Jane Hobart | Pencils: ? (header illustration) | Inks: ? (header illustration) | Colours: ? (header illustration) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance
Characters: Nancy Dalton Clark Martin (lawyer) Grant Dixon (actor)

Letters Page (1 page) "We have been literally..."
Featuring: Let's Talk It Over
Synopsis: Advice on relationships and clothing.
Credits: Script: Brenda Brant | Pencils: ? (header illustration) | Inks: ? (header illustration) | Colours: ? (header illustration) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (8 pages) My Desperate Heart
Synopsis: Irene marries Doug after a ten-day courtship and becomes the mistress of his stately New Orleans mansion. She's surprised but complies when he asks her to dress a certain way. The housekeeper tells her Doug was once engaged to Ann Baker, a woman who died after falling in the house. Irene now realizes that Doug is trying to make her over into the dead woman. She finds a letter by Ann that reveals she wasn't in love with Doug but with another man. Irene flees the house and gets a job. Doug finds her. The housekeeper has apprised him of the contents of Ann's letter, and he has put the past to rest. He is now free to love Irene for herself.
Credits: Pencils: Anthony Cataldo (signed) | Inks: Anthony Cataldo ?
Genre: Romance
Characters: Irene Carter Doug Carter Mrs. Moulton (housekeeper) Ann Baker

Text Article (1 page) Legend of Love
Synopsis: Full-page, inside back cover article in comic book page format about romantic love through the ages.
Genre: Non-fiction

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