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Enchanting Love (1949) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Enchanting Love (1949) 1
    • Paper: White
    • Label #347365-016
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    Barbara Britton photo cover. "I Was Branded Guilty," art by John Prentice; While baby-sitting to earn college tuition, Sue is accused of stealing a ring; The woman later retracts her accusation but Sue loses a summer job and her boyfriend Frankie due to the gossip. "Up to Stardom," art by Tex Blaisdell; Story of actress Barbara Britton's career to date. "You've Got to Help Me!"; Clare is 18 and Tom is 21: they want to get married; Clare's parents want her to wait a few years. "Fate Lends a Hand"; Marie and Doug are engaged, but arent financially able to marry; He wants to buy a house and then a gas station, but their joint savings cant cover both. "No Time for Love"; After her father dies, 18-year-old Gwen has to run the small-town newspaper he owned, in order to support her mother and lazy younger brother Jimmy; When her boyfriend Jackie proposes moving to Chicago and getting married, Gwen has to turn him down because of her family obligations. "My Love Could Do No Wrong!", art by Tex Blaisdell; Dave breaks up with Laurie, calling her "a regular shrew!"; She decides to stop criticizing her boyfriends; She dates Joe; she hears rumors hes a crook but believes his denials. Astrology page. "Head of the Family"; Dick is released from military service and tells Judy they cant wed until he finishes college; He reluctantly agrees to allow her to work while he studies, but insists she quit when he graduates and gets a good job. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Enchanting Love (1949) 2

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    Kathryn Grayson photo cover. "A Slave to Fear," art by John Prentice; Kathy loves Peter but he refuses to give up his life as a commercial fisherman, even after Kathy's father drowns during a storm; Kathy decides to marry Larry instead. Horoscope page. "Immature Love"; Mr. Farrel discourages his daughter Ellen's romance with Tom, fearing she'll marry the young man and leave him all alone. "Nora Lane" answers letters asking for romance advice. "I Was Haunted by the Memory of His Face!"; Terry marries Tom but married life is full of responsibilities and chores; She accepts an offer from her former boss Mark to accompany him on a trip as his secretary, but changes her mind and decides to work at making her marriage a success. Untitled story, art by Tex Blaisdell; Jean dresses and behaves in a flashy manner and gets a reputation as a "loose woman"; She refuses to believe this could have an adverse impact on her future, even when confronted by two young women in a penal institution who tell her their sad stories. "Don't Hate Me, My Love," art by Bob Powell; Lani marries the handsome but abusive Ted Wilks; She finally decides to leave him and he's run over by a truck trying to catch her. "The Beautiful Annabel Lee"; Edgar Allan Poe marries Virginia Clemm; She dies of consumption and he writes a poem in her honor. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Enchanting Love (1949) 3
    • Water damage.
  • Issue #4
    Enchanting Love (1949) 4

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  • Issue #5
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  • Issue #6
    Enchanting Love (1949) 6

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