True Bride to Be Romances (1956) comic books 1956-1969
Stories and art by Bill Draut, Al Avison and John Prentice. Tales of young love and marriage from publisher Harvey. Judy hastily marries soldier beau Phil, but isn't prepared for the military life. Uptown girl Ginny thinks she can change Rob by marrying him, but he's stuck to his downtown ways. A woman insists on marrying, even though she's too young to really understand a lifetime commitment. Cover may be the work of comics legend Joe Simon. Ever Faithful; No Turning Back; Bride of the Month; G. I. Bride; Only Myself to Blame; No One Could Love Me; Is He for You?; Part-Time Wife! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.
Cover by Al Avison. Stories and art by Tom Hickey, Jack Sparling, John Sink, Howard Nostrand and Bob Powell. Tales of young love and marriage from publisher Harvey. June marries for money and comes to regret it when she later meets the right man. Carol is tormented by guilt after she gives up her child. Redheaded nurse Peg betrays the man who trusted her and comes to regret it. My Prince Charming; A Letter From My Love; Your Help Wanted; What's in A Name?; How Could I Tell Him?; Love Me Please! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.
Cover by Al Avison. Stories and art by Doug Wildey, Jack Kamen, Vince Colletta, Lee Elias and Bob Powell. Tales of young love and marriage from publisher Harvey. Reporter Martha has a love-hate relationship with her handsome editor Lee, until a circus fire makes them see what's really important. Redheaded Diane never got over her orphaned childhood, and is desperate to marry. Rookie cop Paul falls for Julia after saving her from a potentially deadly accident. Plus a story that may be the work of good-girl art legend Matt Baker. =Something in Common; My Old Maid Blues!; What I Learned From Love; Forget Me Not; Deadline For Love; Forbidden Romance. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.