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Home Prize Comics Group Young Love Young Love 006 (v1 06) -JVJ
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From the JVJ Collection.
Volume: #1, Issue: #6 [6]
Published: December 1949-January 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Joe Simon; Jack Kirby
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden, Then Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: ? (photograph) | Inks: ? (photograph) | Colours: ? (photograph) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) For Handsome Men Only!
Synopsis: Connie chooses artist Don over his businessman brother Norman because Don is more handsome. They become engaged but Connie learns Don is a no-talent freeloader who has been cheating on her, while Norman is a kind, reliable fellow. Connie decides Norman is the better choice.
Credits: Pencils: Bruno Premiani | Inks: Bruno Premiani
Characters: Connie Cameron Don Bradley Norman Bradley Mary Holm Aunt Hester

Comic Story (8 pages) Taken For A Ride!
Synopsis: Young engineer Bill dates Edith, but her expensive tastes strain his meager salary. He spends all of his savings and even takes out a loan. He’s fired when his boss finds out, and Edith dumps him. Bill gets a manual labor job and is befriended by diner waitress Betty. He is suspicious at first, then realizes Betty is sincere, and they fall in love.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Draut | Inks: Bill Draut | Letters: Ben Oda
Characters: Edith Gray Bill Simpson Betty Arnold Mr. Thornton

Comic Story (10 pages) The Life of the Party!
Synopsis: Bill and April are engaged, but he leaves to work in Alaska for two years, to save money so they can be married “years sooner!” 18 months later, he writes and breaks up with her. April resumes her social life and tries to be the “life of the party” but can’t forget Bill. Injured while on vacation, April is hospitalized and discovers Bill is there as well; his legs were crushed in an accident and he broke up with April to spare her. They are reunited and with April’s help, Bill is able to walk again.
Credits: Pencils: John Giunta (signed) | Inks: Manny Stallman (signed); Joe Simon (see notes) | Letters: Ben Oda
Characters: April Adams Bill Bassett Judy Betty Ned Phyllis Frank Dot

Comic Story (1 page) The Beauty Salon
Credits: Pencils: Bill Draut ? | Inks: Bill Draut ? | Letters: Ben Oda

Comic Story (8 pages) My Promise!
Synopsis: Sally’s fiancé Bob leaves to study in France for two years, and makes her promise to be faithful to him. Sally meets new town dentist Terry and they fall in love, but she resists. However, Sally reads a Lincoln quote—-“The best way out of a bad promise is to break it!”—-and she decides to write to Bob. However, before she can mail her letter, she receives a recording from Bob in which he announces that he’s found someone else. Terry and Sally can now be together.
Credits: Pencils: George Gregg; Jack Kirby (see notes) | Inks: George Gregg | Letters: Ben Oda
Characters: Terry Keith Bob Sally

Text Story (2 pages) The Trouble With Julie
Credits: Pencils: Jack Kirby (illustration) | Inks: Jack Kirby ? (illustration) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) The Boarder and Baby Sister!
Synopsis: Vic returns to her hometown after working as a model in New York. Her mother and younger sister Jan run a boardinghouse, and Vic meets handsome tenant Guy. Guy plans to open a dress store and offers Jan a job as his assistant and model. Jan tells Vic she loves Guy, so Vic backs off from him, personally and professionally. However, Vic and Guy finally admit their love for each other, and Jan’s "helpless little sister" act is exposed.
Credits: Pencils: Bruno Premiani | Inks: Bruno Premiani
Characters: Jan Porter Vic Porter Mrs. Porter Guy Thompson

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