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Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 1

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "I Was The Babe In The Woods"; Jean and Bob are rival store buyers but also romantically involved; Jean cheats to beat Bob out of a shipment of costume jewelry and he breaks up with her. "The Instant Before Love"; After her fathers death, Allison has to drop out of college because her father owed money to Mr. Dodson; Allison is compelled to work as the Dodsons maid to pay the debt. "Cosette, Paris and Love," art by Bill Ely; After the war, Jack stayed in Paris to study art, and fell in love with model Cosette; However, she had to stay there to care for aged painter Marcel, who lost his mind after his son was killed. Jack promises to return for her soon. "Nice Respectable Romance," art by John Prentice; Jennie assumes shes going to marry her uninspiring longtime boyfriend Tom, but she is attracted to handsome newcomer Dean and they fall in love; However, when she sees Tom with Anita, Jennie becomes jealous and announces their engagement. "When You Have A Man" text story. "'Til That Wonderful Day"; Secretary Kate and her boyfriend Tom work in the same factory; Foreman Snyder wont allow Tom to present his idea for an improved machine. "How Love Came To Mac O'Roney," art by Dick Briefer; College student Mac does everything he can to make Bubbles fall in love with him, even though her criteria for a boyfriend changes frequently. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 2

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "I'll Tell You of Love," art by John Prentice; Ronnie and her fiancé Phil cant agree on a home: he wants something modern but she prefers a run-down old house; Unknown to Phil, Ronnie rents the old house and has it repaired; She meets Carey, who lived there as a boy. "No One Man for Me," art by Bill Ely; Irene boasts she "can get any male I set my cap for!"; Her cousin Mary bets she cant win over farmer Mark, but they do fall in love and get engaged; Irene cheats on him with salesman Andrew. "Those Who Live in Glass Houses"; Vic doesnt think his girlfriend Megs modeling job is "respectable"; With the aid of photographer Larry, Meg proves to Vic that being in love means trusting the other person. "And Now Too Late"; Eileen leaves her fiancé David at the altar because she thinks he still loves Marsha; She dates other men and believes shes gotten over him; But when she hears David is engaged, Eileen begs him for another chance but he says her distrust ruined their love. "Some Call It Romance" text story. "The Plain Girl"; Flamboyant decorator Jane dates wealthy businessman Neil, a client, and they fall in love; He asks her to redecorate a large house he owns. "Peaceful Alley": In a small French town, Denise loves penniless Claude but her father insists she marry Andre; When Andre is exposed as a gambler, the engagement is off but Claude has already left town; 3 years later, Claude has become a wealthy Parisian businessman and is engaged to Lisette. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 3

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "At the Snap of Her Finger," art by Bill Ely; Cora works in the bookshop owned by her cousin Eloise; Eloise warns Cora that author Hunt is dating her so he can use her as a character in his next novel. "Girl of Baltimore"; Edgar Allan Poe is admired by his young friend Virginia; When she grows up, they marry and he writes the poem "Annabel Lee" in her honor. "My Own Private Dream," art by Bernie Krigstein; Two pilots, one "by-the-book" and another "a reckless stunt flyer," go head to head to win the affections of Cathy Fulsom, and it doesn't help that she likes Brad over Dick. "Gloria Maltby's Style," art by Dick Briefer; Sally is famous society columnist Glorias secretary; Gloria convinces Sally to let her sell Sallys stories with Glorias name on them; Sally learns--from Jimmy, who works for the magazine that bought the stories—that Gloria is not giving her the full amount earned for them. "Intermission" text story. "My Wonderful - Yet Forbidden"; Jessicas sister Eve is selfish, lazy and a liar; When their mother suffers a heart attack, Eve tells Dr. Eric it was Jessicas fault; However, he soon discovers the truth. Eric and Jessica fall in love, and Eves mother tells Eve shes going to have to pull her own weight around the house from now on. "Father Dear Father," art by Jules Steiner; Dinnie's date Bixby accidentally locks her in the trunk of his beat-up car and is mistaken for a kidnapper; Bixby's bad luck continues, since Dinnie's father--who doesn't like Bixby--is a night-court judge. "His Kind of Love," art by John Prentice; City-slicker insurance salesman Charles arrives in Wyoming and is assigned to sell a policy to rancher Boyd; Charles and Boyds daughter Martha fall in love, although ranch foreman Dusty also loves her. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 4

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "Whispers I Never Heard," art by John Prentice; Nurse Laura goes to work at a New York hospital and falls in love with Dr. Carey; Carey's work is lacking and he mysteriously vanishes at times; Laura discovers he's cheating on her. "Plans are Only for Dreams"; Department store secretary Jean falls for famous skier Carl, who is demonstrating equipment in the sporting goods department; Jealous of fellow employee Helen, Jean pretends to be a skier herself to impress Carl and they go on a company-sponsored ski trip. "With Doubt in Her Heart," art by Bill Ely; Ruth, married to busy lawyer Alec, runs into former boyfriend Ken; When Alec criticizes her, Ruth leaves him. "The Old Feeling," art by John Prentice; Cathy has no social life because she is dedicated to caring for her widowed father; When former boyfriend Hal returns to town, she begins to date him again. "Smoothie's Class Pin" text story. "Someday You'll Understand"; Nurse Betty and Dr. Bob are in love, but can't marry until he completes his internship in 2 years; When Barbara and Dave--another nurse and doctor--elope, Betty presses Bob to do the same but he refuses: if caught, he'll be expelled. "No Deeper Love," art by Joseph Gagliardi; In Tucson in 1842. frontier scout Kit Carson falls in love with Spanish beauty Josepha, and they are married a short time later. "I was Small-Town and Smart"; College journalism student Lois agrees to help visiting big city reporter Hap on a story; He's doing an exposé on college athletics and Lois falls in love with him. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 5

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "Every Afternoon at Four"; Wealthy businessman Reggie and his girlfriend Phyllis visit his home town; Reggie is attracted to nurse Lola, which makes Phyllis angry; She returns to the city. "I Was That Colman Girl"; After her mother dies, Ginny goes to live with her aunt and uncle but is lonely in her new town and school; She dates Rick, who has a wild reputation, then meets newcomer Kent. "Sunset of Love," script and art by Dick Briefer; Artist Jeans career is managed by his girlfriend Paulette, who forbids him to paint portraits and insists he only do landscapes and still lifes; Jean paints a portrait of a young woman from his imagination but Paulette is sure Claudia, who runs a small art gallery, was his model. "They All Laughed" text story. "Horse and Buggsie," art by Jules Steiner; Horse and Buggsie try to scare each other in a haunted house. "The People on the Drive," art by Billy Ely; Ambitious Marva dates high-society Alec and gets an invitation to spend the weekend at his family home; She is surprised that his family doesnt behave the way she expects rich people to act; They, in turn, think shes a snob. "Crying Is Not for the Theatre"; Helen loves aspiring actor Barry; She gets a job as an elevator operator in the theatrical district so she can see him regularly, but he ignores her when hes accompanied by producers and other actors; Barry is a success in his first play but Helen thinks hes romantically involved with his co-star Thea. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 6

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "My Kind Don't Fall In Love"; Engineer Dave falls in love with Kathy, daughter of the owner of the factory where he works, although he's warned that she is a heart-breaker; Dave is given a raise and promoted and learns Kathy was behind it. "I Was The Good Companion," art by Dick Briefer; Susan agrees to visit Paris with her friend Betsy as a paid companion; They meet Betsy's brother Derek, who refuses to come home and work for their father. "More Handsome Than Ever" text story. "A Moment To Live In My Heart"; Gloria's father dies and she gets a factory job to support her mother, sister, and brother; This will delay her wedding to Steve, since she refuses to let him help out; When her sister June graduates, Gloria's brother Butch threatens to quit school and work in a factory. "No Second Time For Love," art by Bill Ely; Peter loses a large sum of money to gambler Charles; his sister Diane agrees to dine with Charles to pay off the debt and save her brother from ruin; Charles, smitten, offers to marry Diane: she rejects him; Peter, insulted, challenges Charles to a duel. Diane makes a wager with Charles: if he wins, she'll marry him; if he loses, he won't kill her brother. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 7

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "Good Looks Preferred"; Nancy is hired as self-centered TV personality Wanda's personal secretary; This means Nancy sees less of her boyfriend Eddie, who warns her that she means nothing to Wanda or her friends. "It's Easy to Leave You," art by Bill Fix; Bank teller Joan is bored with her small-town life and boyfriend Tom; she wants to live a glamourous life in New York; Her former beau Larry returns from New York and Joan falls for his stories of high life. "Last Afternoon Date" text story. "He'll Be Along"; Paula's parents wonder when she'll find a man to marry but she's waiting for "the right man" to come along; She meets Hal and they fall in love, but when he asks why someone like her isn't already married, she lies and says she'd been married before. "From That Very First Day," art by Billy Ely; College student Connie has a crush on football player Barney; She agrees to tutor him so he won't lose his eligibility. Barney becomes jealous of Connie's friend Peter, a wealthy fellow student; Connie catches Barney with another girl and they break up; Later, Peter takes her to meet Barney: he dropped out of college, went to work, and is now taking night classes at a technical college. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 8

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "Yes..To A Stranger," art by John Prentice; Receptionist Ruth falls in love with Bruce, her companys former representative to South America; She discards her boyfriend Dick, over the objections of her mother, whos afraid Ruth will ruin her life with the wrong man. "If I Can Only Be Sure," art by Ross Andru; Secretary Dellie falls in love with her firms vice-president, Martin, remembering her sister Vis advice to marry a rich man; However, Martin quits his job and intends to open an ad agency in a small town, which shocks Dellie. "My Hush-Hush Date"; Ad agency employee Cathy creates a composite photo of a handsome boyfriend she calls "Bill"; When new worker Bill arrives, he bears a striking resemblance to the picture; Bill and Cathy fall in love, but he thinks shes scheming to get his position--"women in business are after one of two things...a husband or someone elses job!" "Westover Weekend" text story. "Maybe There's Another"; Feeling ignored by her account executive boyfriend Ted, Donna breaks up with him and dates artist Dave; Emotionally-needy Dave proposes marriage but Donna decides "his work would never be more than second rate" and procrastinates about accepting. "I Hope She Loves You," art by Bill Ely; Tom and Ceil are engaged, but when he decides to give up his architecture career for the security of being a vice-president in his fathers cannery, they break up; Ceil becomes a dress designer for Madame Sophie in New York. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 9

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    Cover art by John Prentice. "While You Were Away," art by Billy Ely; Marys boyfriend Ross leaves to work in South America; While hes gone, Mary falls in love with Tim, but before she can write and break up with Ross, he returns to the USA; Mary and her friend Lynne suspect Ross may have changed his mind about accepting money from Marys rich father. "Prayer Works Wonders" public service announcement, art by Frank Frazetta. "Sometimes You Don't Know"; Bank clerk Charlie pretends to be rich and schemes to marry wealthy Madge; However, he falls in love with the beautiful Leila, who also claims to be an heiress. "Studio D" text story. "Today's Appointments: Love," art by Dick Briefer; Magazine editor Ava hires photographer Chet and warns him "you are NOT to regard me as a woman—but rather as your employer!"; However, Ava becomes jealous when Chet dates her secretary Corinne and fires her. "You Don't Mean a Thing to Me – But"; Lois is engaged to "steady" Bob but when he leaves for a job in New York, she finds herself attracted to "wild" Pete. Lois rejects Pete and he also goes to New York; Lois becomes a "colorist" and moves to the city herself to take a job. She discovers Bob has been cheating on her and is still unemployed. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 10

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    "A Little Rebel Called Love," art by John Prentice; Lora's military family expects her to marry West Point cadet Johnny, but she prefers Larry, who intends to go into his father's business; When Lora's father is transferred to West Point, Lora has to go along; Larry promises to marry her as soon as he can support them both. "To Dare To Dream," art by Mike Roy; Nola dates Don, but her sister Cathy says he's just doing it to spite his ex-girlfriend Eloise, who is now going out with wealthy Bob; When Bob loses his fortune, Nola fears Eloise and Don will reconcile. "My Yesterday's Faults"; Jack and Frances are reporters on the same newspaper; She's cool and disapproves of his melodramatic "human interest" stories; Frances has an unhappy home life, living with her father and his second wife, the hostile Vivian. "One Chance For Love" text story. "A Star Can Travel Alone," art by Bill Ely; Star player Jim considers baseball just another job; Club secretary Anne can't understand his attitude, since she loves the sport; Jim falls for society woman Helen and decides to quit baseball and go into business, but then learns she's engaged to another man. "They Called It A Good Time"; Jud and Sheila are the life of the party in their frivolous social set; On a scavenger hunt, Sheila meets the serious Carl and they fall in love. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 11

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  • Issue #12
    Romantic Confessions Vol. 2 (1951) 12

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    "Summer... The Lake..."; Two years after a summer romance, Ellen and Chris meet again; Although they are each engaged to someone else, they wonder if they are making a mistake. "No Wonder You Laughed"; High school student Jane has a crush on college student Don, the brother of her friend Freddie; Don also falls for Jane, but they cant marry until hes able to support them. Jane presses him to elope; he agrees, even though it will mean he has to work part-time and theyll have to live in a shabby apartment. "My Love - But with Strings," script and art by Dick Briefer; Hank and Marion are in love, but hes with the District Attorneys office and her older brother Jimmy is "mixed up in the numbers racket!"; Marion asks him to help Jimmy for her sake. "No More Junes" text story. "Love Has Four Faces"; Doris and her brother Ned are very close; When Doris starts dating Scott, he resents her spending so much time with Ned and this angers Doris. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.