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Young Lovers 016 Charlton Jul-1956 36p c2c
Issue: #16
Published: July 1956, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Al Fago (Executive Editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Dick Giordano (signed) | Inks: Jon D'Agostino (signed)
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (3 pages) Love Strikes So Suddenly
Synopsis: Harry literally bumps into Wendy while ice skating. The following summer, he saves her from drowning and they fall in love.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Charles Nicholas | Inks: Jon D'Agostino | Letters: Jon D'Agostino
Genre: Romance
Characters: Wendy Fallon Harry Knight

Comic Story (3 pages) Love's Low Road
Synopsis: Bess wants Al to take a job in the garment industry with his uncle rather than spend years in law school, but he says “law’s been my life’s ambition.” They break up. Bess dates middle-aged Henry, who offers her luxury and security, but she can’t forget Al. Al shows up: he quit school and went to work to make Bess happy. She is “ashamed of my cheap ideals” and makes Al go back to school to achieve his dream. They get married.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Tony Tallarico ? | Inks: Jon D'Agostino ? | Letters: Jon D'Agostino
Genre: Romance
Characters: Al Bess Henry

Comic Story (3 pages) Proof of My Love
Synopsis: Anne can’t decide between longtime suitor Phil and new beau Jerry. They all go on a picnic together. Jerry and Anne are exploring an old house when it catches fire. Her first thought is for Phil, who rescues her. This makes up her mind: Anne loves Phil.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Marc Swayze | Inks: Marc Swayze | Letters: Marc Swayze ?
Genre: Romance
Characters: Phil Donovan Jerry Lancaster Anne

Comic Story (3 pages) Judge Not My Heart!
Synopsis: Sue convinces her boyfriend Ted to quit his job in “a greasy old garage” and go to work in an office. Ted is unsuited for the position and Sue asks his old boss to take him back. Sue’s father tells her that he and Ted cooked up the whole plan.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Marc Swayze | Inks: Marc Swayze | Letters: Marc Swayze
Genre: Romance
Characters: Sue Ted Adams Sue's Father Mr. Creely Mr. Hanson

Comic Story (1 page) Love's Far Fields
Synopsis: After years apart, childhood friends Gertrude and John run into each other on a train. They fall in love.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Dick Giordano ? | Inks: Jon D'Agostino ? | Letters: Jon D'Agostino
Genre: Romance
Characters: Gertrude Chicester John Pauley

Text Story (1 page) Romance Twice
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (10 pages) Her Own Way!
Synopsis: Carol and Pete fall in love, but she always insists on having her own way. He gives in, although it often goes against his own desires and sometimes spoils his plans. Pete decides to open a store in Bellville, but she refuses to move there. Pete breaks up with her: “You don’t know the meaning of love!” Carol changes her mind, and runs the store in Pete’s absence. When Pete arrives, they reconcile.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Carol Sue Pete Forster

Comic Story (1 page) Jean
Synopsis: Illustrations accompanying portions of the poem "Jean" by Robert Burns.
Credits: Script: Robert Burns
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (1 page) Panic
Synopsis: Roger and Alice break up, but coincidentally take the same subway train one day. When the train breaks down, Roger consoles Alice and they decide to get back together.
Credits: Script: Joe Gill ? | Pencils: Dick Giordano ? | Inks: Dick Giordano | Letters: Jon D'Agostino
Genre: Romance
Characters: Roger Norton Alice

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages) Statement Required by the Act of August 24, 1912
Credits: Script: Burton N. Levey (Editor) | Letters: typeset

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