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From the JVJ Collection - scans by Snard
Issue: #27
Published: December 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Alfred Grenet; Richard Arnold (associate); Everett M. Arnold (general manager)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright 1952 by Comic Magazines. Most information for this issue provided by Ger Apeldoorn (March 2011). On sale date from the on stand date reported in the Comic Magazine Publishing Report (George W. Dougherty, 1942 series), #129 (October 1952). Also reported as being a monthly comic.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) My Foolish Pride
Credits: Pencils: ? (photograph) | Inks: ? (photograph) | Colours: ? (photograph)
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (9 pages) My Foolish Pride
Synopsis: Bank teller Grace, who supports her mother and two young brothers on her salary, accepts a date from wealthy Reid. Grace breaks off their relationship and quits her job after her mother suffers a stroke. Grace refuses to have her mother become a charity patient at the “welfare hospital.” She also turns down gifts from the local woman’s group chaired by Reid’s mother. Grace later gets a job as a waitress in a diner and runs into Reid. Reid’s mother says her group doesn’t offer charity, just a helping hand from “neighbors.” Reid and Grace reconcile.
Credits: Pencils: Leo Morey
Genre: Romance
Characters: Billy Weston Dr. Brennan Emily Hollis Grace Weston Michael Weston Mrs. Weston Reid Hollis Valerie

Comic Story (6 pages) When I Played a Bit Part
Synopsis: Actor Lanny gives aspiring actress Diane a small role in his play. Stage manager Herb insincerely praises Diane’s poor performances and dates her, but when she flops when filling in for the lead, he discards her. Lanny explains he set Diane up to fail, so she’d marry him and forget her acting career.
Credits: Pencils: Chuck Winter [C. A. Winter]
Genre: Romance
Characters: Diane Fleming Herb Becker Lanny Miller [also As Lanny Mills]

Comic Story (7 pages) That Other Woman
Synopsis: Betty marries TV station manager Leslie. She becomes jealous of Leslie’s assistant Valerie, whose advice Leslie takes seriously, while relegating Betty to household duties. Betty finally gives her husband an ultimatum, threatening to leave him if he doesn’t fire Valerie. The problem is resolved when Valerie quits; she loves Leslie but knows he only cares for his wife.
Credits: Pencils: Charles Sultan
Genre: Romance
Characters: Betty Wade Leslie Wade Valerie White

Text Story (1 page) Bachelor Boss
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance
Characters: Eva Martin Ross Hayward Ruth Martin Tod Smith

Comic Story (6 pages) Summer Serenade
Synopsis: Jan is stranded at a summer camp for boys when her bus breaks down and the camp is quarantined for measles. She pitches in to help camp director Brent and they become friends. Brent’s rich friend Johnny Barrows shows up for a visit. Jan sets her cap for Johnny but realizes she really loves Brent. Brent reveals that Johnny is his chauffeur, and it’s Brent who is the millionaire. Jan and Brent embrace.
Credits: Pencils: R. Kay | Inks: R. Kay
Genre: Romance
Characters: Brent Hull Jan Clayton Johnny Barrows

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