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Issue Details

Issue #144
Published October-November 1966
Frequency bi-monthly
Cover Price 0.12 USD
Pages 36
Editing Jack Miller

Cover Details - "I Hated His Love! I Hated His Kisses!"

Genre romance
Letters Ira Schnapp
Notes cover art taken from splash page of the last story in this issue

13 page story "Diary of a Broken Heart"

Synopsis After Peter breaks up with Monica, every other man she is with eventually does something that remids her of Peter and she has to break up with him. Years later she meets Peter again with his wife and suddenly realizes that she doesn't still love him after all.
Genre romance
Pencils Gene Colan
Inks Bernard Sachs (p 1); ?

1 page You Can Be Beautiful text article "Hi, Pussycats!"

Synopsis hair and beauty tips
Genre fact
Script Barbara Friedlander ?
Pencils Jay Scott Pike ? (logo illustration)
Inks ? (logo illustration)
Colors ? (logo illustration)
Letters typeset

7 page story "Romance -- Italian Style!"

Synopsis Cathy and Bonnie go on a vacation to Venice where each one meets a dashing Italian man. But before long, they've switched partners.
Genre romance

1 page Laura Penn... Your Romance Reporter letters page "For almost two years I have been going steady with a boy..."

Script ? [as Laura Penn]
Pencils Jay Scott Pike (logo illustration)
Inks ? (logo illustration)
Colors ? (logo illustration)
Letters typeset
Notes relationship advice

6 page story "I Hated His Love! I Hated His Kisses!"

Synopsis Things always go well for Carla on dates, until the boy tries to kiss her and her feelings immediately change. Eventually she meets the right boy, whose kisses don't turn her off.
Genre romance
Reprinted in Falling in Love (DC, 1955 series) #125 (August 1971)

1 page Miss Young America promo (ad from the publisher)

Pencils John Rosenberger (illustrations)
Letters typeset
Notes Two winners in DC's Miss Young America competition, Cheryl Patton and Sylvia Martinez, with sketches of the girls by John Rosenberger.

1 page Swing with Scooter promo (ad from the publisher) "What's Hit Town?"

Genre teen
Pencils Joe Orlando
Inks Mike Esposito
Letters Ira Schnapp
Notes house ad for Swing with Scooter (DC, 1966 series) #3, on sale August 25