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Ideal Romance (1954) comic books

  • Issue #3
    Ideal Romance (1954) 3

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    Cover pencils by Bernard Baily. "Afraid To Love!", art by Eugene Hughes; Lynn is engaged to Don but hes killed in the war; She vows never to date a soldier again; She becomes Bills private secretary; he proposes to her but she cant decide; Lynn then falls in love with Bills brother Tony, unaware that hes an Army pilot. "The Professor's Wife!", art by Eugene Hughes; Ruth is married to college professor John; she is disappointed in his low salary and their concomitant low standard of living; When her former beau Tom arrives, Ruth finds herself wishing shed married him; Tom urges her to leave John and run away with him. "Love Isn't For Sale"; Leslies wealthy father wants her to marry boring businessman Walter; Leslie runs away and gets a job with Toms one-man trucking company, which she puts on a paying basis, even driving a truck herself in an emergency. "The Sentence!" text story. "The Other Sister!", art by Eugene Hughes; Secretary Jane has always been overshadowed by her more glamorous sister Carrie; When Jane and Larry fall in love, she fears Carrie will steal him away. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Ideal Romance (1954) 4

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    Cover pencils by Bernard Baily. "The Loneliest Night in the Week"; Beths fiancé Tom is in the Army and ships out for duty; Her former boyfriend John reappears and Beth remembers their good times together; Tom promises to come home on a weekend pass but cancels, so a bored Beth goes out with John. "Memories!"; Ruths husband is killed in the Korean War; Feeling depressed, she takes her doctors advice and goes to a cabin in Colorado for a vacation; Guide Paul is rude to her, but they are attracted to each other. "Town Girl"; Bea is snubbed by her high school friends when they enter college; she decides to stick to her own social class, the "town" people; When her boyfriend Randy quits his mechanic's job and enrolls in college, Bea opposes his plan; Now that Randy's a student, Bea fears shes losing him, so she monopolizes his free time. "Mix-Up" text story. "Security!"; After Pennys father dies, she and her mother are plunged into poverty; Penny grows up determined to be financially secure, and gets a job in an ad agency. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Ideal Romance (1954) 5

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    Cover pencils by Bernard Baily. "Uncertainty"; Kay and Clark fall in love, but she fears hes never gotten over the death of his wife Amy, who was killed in an auto accident; Kay and Clark marry, and he tears up the photo of Amy he carries with him. "First Love!"; Joan is married to "solid and dependable" John but she wonders what life would have been like if shed married former boyfriend Eddie: "he knew how to thrill a girl!"; Eddie comes back to town and Joan invites him to dinner. "The Wandering Wallet of Love" text story. "The Man I Love," pencils by S. Finocchiaro, inks by Eugene Hughes; Ambitious Lisa impresses vacationing model agency owner Garth and he invites her to New York; She tells him "Ill do anything to be a success!" but he says she doesnt need to seduce him to get hired; Garth has Sylvia train Lisa and he pronounces her ready for her modeling debut. "Too Many Lovers"; Mindy and David form a dance team and also fall in love; They wed and their career seems to be on the upswing, but only Mindy is offered a job in a big club; David tells her to take the chance and she is paired with Tod. Shes not successful and to avoid getting fired she flirts with Tod. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Ideal Romance (1954) 6

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    Cover pencils by Bernard Baily. "Dollar Romance"; Doris has a scheme to inherit money from a wealthy widow. "My Love Is Free!"; Rich girl Diana falls in love with Tony, a guy who has no use for money and high society. "Man Killer"; Betty has a reputation of dating any guy she wants, but she may be living a lie. "Love Comes to Hartsford" text story. "A Queen's Story!"; The royal couple are having marriage difficulties, but then a revolution comes and they must flee the country. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Ideal Romance (1954) 7

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  • Issue #8
    Ideal Romance (1954) 8

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