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(page numbering glitch fixed)
Issue: #11
Published: February 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Leon Harvey
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Those Stolen Kisses
Credits: Pencils: Lee Elias | Inks: Lee Elias | Letters: Joe Rosen
Genre: Romance

Table Of Contents (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Jack Sparling; Al Avison; ?; George Klein ? | Inks: Jack Sparling; Al Avison ?; ?; George Klein ? | Letters: Joe Rosen; typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (6 pages) Those Stolen Kisses
Synopsis: Waitress Lucy is engaged to diner owner Carl, then falls in love with truck driver Sam. She thinks Carl spends too much time worrying about his business and not enough romancing her, but can’t bring herself to tell him about Sam. However, when Sam suggests Lucy steal money from the diner and run away with him, she refuses. Carl says he knew about her infidelity but she “had to find out for yourself that love isn’t all moonlight and kisses!” Lucy and Carl reconcile.
Credits: Pencils: Jack Sparling | Inks: Jack Sparling | Letters: Joe Rosen
Genre: Romance
Characters: Sam Lucy Sears Carl Mr. Sears Mrs. Sears

Comic Story (5 pages) Warned Against Him
Synopsis: Dale spends her summer vacation with her Aunt Gwen, who warns her against a romance with sailor Ben: “Keep away from men of the sea! The sea is a cruel and heartless killer!” that took her lover away, years before. Dale and Ben fall in love anyway, but when a storm blows up and Dale realises how hard it is to wait for Ben to return, she breaks up with him. However, Dale discovers that her Aunt Gwen’s lover didn’t die at sea, but left her. Dale can now love Ben whole-heartedly.
Credits: Pencils: Al Avison | Inks: Al Avison ? | Letters: Joe Rosen
Genre: Romance
Characters: Dale Ben Ellis Aunt Gwen

Text Story (1 page) For Love or Money
Credits: Pencils: ? (illustration) | Inks: ? (illustration) | Letters: typeset

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)
Synopsis: House ad for "Warfront."

Text Story (1 page) Always a Bridesmaid
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Love Makes the World Go 'Round
Genre: Non-fiction Romance

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)
Synopsis: House ad and subscription form for “Witches Tales” and “Chamber of Chills.”

Text Story (1 page) Don't Say Goodbye
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (6 pages) Backstage Love
Synopsis: Joyce auditions for a summer stock company led by former film star Martin. She’s hired and Martin romances her, demoting loyal actress Florence as an “old has-been!” Joyce is given the lead in a play but learns Martin is just using her to lure a critic to attend the play, in an attempt to re-start his own career. Joyce is a flop and reconciles with boyfriend Oscar.
Credits: Letters: Joe Rosen
Genre: Romance
Characters: Joyce Forest Oscar Martin West Florence Dave Wycliff

Comic Story (6 pages) I Mortgaged My Heart!
Synopsis: Pat goes to work for realtor Curtis and falls in love with him, despite his sometimes ruthless and shady business tactics. Pat shows client Alan a house that she knows is sub-standard and conceals its flaws. However, she repents before he signs the contract and confesses everything, telling Curtis “you’re just like the houses you sell—-attractive outside—-and (sob) rotten inside!” She helps Alan find a better house and perhaps someday will move in there herself, as his wife.
Credits: Pencils: George Klein ? | Inks: George Klein ? | Letters: Joe Rosen
Genre: Romance
Characters: Pat Curtis Fowler Laura Page Jensen Alan Kent

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