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Love Diary 038 -JVJ (c2c)

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Issue: #38
Published: December 1953, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Love Me, Love Me, Love Me; No Life of Her Own; I Was Too Innocent to Know
Credits: Pencils: John Buscema | Inks: John Buscema
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (10 pages) Love Me! Love Me! Love Me!
Synopsis: Department store clerk Barbara visits a resort hotel on her vacation. She's a hit with the male guests, including Jim and Danny, which suits her: "It was only when I was the center of male attention that I felt truly, completely alive!" Golf pro Mark and Barbara fall in love, and he forces her to discard her other admirers, since he can't love "a common flirt!" She isn't sure she's ready to commit, and leaves. Back at work in the city, Barbara finds she is no longer interested in other men. Mark shows up and they realize their love is true.
Credits: Script: Bill Woolfolk | Pencils: Mort Leav (signed) | Inks: Mort Leav (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Barbara Mark Todd Danny Jim Brad

Comic Story (7 pages) No Life Of My Own!
Synopsis: When her mother falls ill, teenager Lucy and her sister Janie are sent to live on the Carton farm as foster children. The Cartons force the girls to work to earn their keep. Young storekeeper Alan urges Lucy to stand up for herself, but she's afraid. When Danny Carton tries to rape Lucy, she flees to Alan for help but is still afraid to stand up to Mr. Carton. However, Lucy rebels when her little sister is made to do heavy farm work, and Mr. Carton backs down. Lucy and Janie meet Alan and he says their mother is better and will come to live with them--and he will marry Lucy.
Credits: Script: Bill Woolfolk | Pencils: Mort Leav
Genre: Romance
Characters: Lucy Nichols Janie Nichols Mrs. Nichols John Carton Alan Farley Danny Carton

Text Article (1 page)
Featuring: Secrets From A Love Diary
Synopsis: A quiz on how a girl will know if she's really in love.
Credits: Script: Rae Herman [as Ray Mann] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Prescription for Happiness
Synopsis: Madge gets her unemployed boyfriend Jack a job at the factory where she works, but he quits after one day and leaves town. Madge dates Robert, a serious, reliable young man, and they become engaged. Jack returns and tries to win back Madge, although he's no more settled than he was before. Robert tells Madge she needs to choose between the two men, and she goes to Ray Mann for advice.
Credits: Script: Rae Herman? | Pencils: John Buscema | Inks: John Buscema
Genre: Romance
Characters: Ray Mann Madge R. Robert Carwell Jack

Letters Page (1 page) Frankly Speaking
Featuring: Frankly Speaking
Credits: Script: Rae Herman [as Ray Mann] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) Too Innocent to Know!
Synopsis: Pam works with her father, renting boats to tourists. She has a crush on handsome fisherman Pete, who has a reputation as a ladies' man. They become friends and soon fall in love, but Pam isn't sure if Pete is sincere. Her father is opposed to the relationship. Pete sells his boat and vanishes and Pam tries to forget him. However, he returns and says he got a job on the mainland so he can support them both--after they're married.
Credits: Pencils: John Buscema | Inks: John Buscema
Genre: Romance
Characters: Pete Calhoun Pam Pam's Father

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