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Lovers' Lane 015 -JVJ (c2c)

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Issue: #15
Published: August 1951, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Charles Biro; Bob Wood
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Extra Special Date
Credits: Pencils: ? [as DownSo] (signed) | Inks: ? [as DownSo] (signed) | Colours: ? [as DownSo] (signed) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (8 pages) One More Kiss
Synopsis: U.S. Navy sailor Glenn returns to his hometown and meets Dorothy, who had a crush on him when they were younger. Dorothy is jealous when Glenn dates his former girlfriend Tessie; she later agrees to go out with him, but is cold to him throughout. They go on “one last date” and by the end of the night realise they are in love.
Credits: Pencils: Lee Ames | Inks: Lee Ames
Genre: Romance
Characters: Dorothy Glenn Allen Tessie Williams

Text Article (1 page) Poise = Boys
Credits: Pencils: Robert Martinott | Inks: Robert Martinott | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance Non-fiction

Comic Story (8 pages) The Sealed Letter
Synopsis: Bert dates Ginger, who has a reputation as the most curious girl in their high school. As a test, he gives her a sealed envelope and makes her promise not to open it for six weeks. However, after they date for a while, he asks for the envelope to be returned, unopened. Ginger reads the letter inside and sees that Bert criticised her strongly. Bert claims his opinion of her has changed for the better. They break up but reconcile when Ginger says she’ll suppress her excessive curiosity in the future.
Credits: Pencils: Tony DiPreta [as DiPreta] (signed) | Inks: Tony DiPreta [as DiPreta] (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Amelia Barrow Bert Parsons Ginger Hart Mrs. Hart

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: How Did He Propose?
Synopsis: Office worker Judy sells lawyer Tom a ticket to a charity dance and agrees to accompany him there. They date regularly and one day Tom gives her a “raffle ticket”—it’s a marriage proposal.
Credits: Pencils: Allen Baron [as Baron] (signed) | Inks: Allen Baron [as Baron] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Romance
Characters: Judy Tom Edwards

Comic Story (8 pages) Play it Straight
Synopsis: Jill’s boyfriend Bill breaks up with her shortly before the school prom. She tries to find another date, finally agreeing to go out with shy and studious Freddie. She even offers to teach him to dance. When popular athlete Joe asks Jill to the dance, she ponders dumping Freddie; then Bill apologises and asks her as well. Jill accepts Bill’s offer and tells Joe, but is unable to hurt Freddie’s feelings. Jill and Freddie go to the prom together and have a good time, but afterwards Jill reconciles with Bill. They agree to be "straight" with each other from now on.
Credits: Pencils: Sid Greene | Inks: Sid Greene
Genre: Romance
Characters: Bill Freddie Jill Jim Joe Ken Nita Roy Tom

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: The Love Clinic
Synopsis: Eloise advises Sally to take it slow with Jim and not scare him off by declaring her love for him immediately.
Credits: Script: Eloise Taylor (credited) | Pencils: Robert Martinott | Inks: Robert Martinott
Genre: Non-fiction Romance
Characters: Eloise Taylor Jim Sally

Letters Page (2 pages)
Featuring: Love Problems
Credits: Script: Eloise Taylor (credited) | Pencils: Dick Rockwell [as DR] (signed) | Inks: Dick Rockwell [as DR] (signed) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance Non-fiction
Characters: Eloise Taylor

Text Article (0 pages) Andorra
Featuring: Stamp Page
Credits: Script: Sidney M. Elias (credited) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (8 pages) Extra Special Date
Synopsis: Dave proposes to Betsy but she refuses because she’s only 18 and isn’t sure she loves him; she won’t even agree to an engagement or going steady. Dave decides they can’t be “just friends” and breaks up with her. Dave is drafted and Betsy begins to correspond with him. When Dave comes home on leave, she hints that she’d go steady with him now, but he refuses because of his military service obligation. Finally Betsy proposes to him; Dave agrees to an engagement, because he still loves her.
Genre: Romance
Characters: Ada West Betsy West Dave Ingalls Miss Blake Mr. West

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