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Issue Details

Issue #150
Published June-July 1973
Frequency bi-monthly
Cover Price 0.20 USD
Pages 36
Editing Robert Kanigher; Allan Asherman (Editorial Assistant)

Cover Details - "Hard to Handle"

Genre romance
Pencils Jay Scott Pike (signed)
Inks Jay Scott Pike ?
Letters Gaspar Saladino ?

9 page story "Hard to Handle"

Synopsis Spoiled rich girl Julie Benson is tamed by the domineering Kent Paris when they are shipwrecked due to her impetuousness.
Genre romance
Script Robert Kanigher ?
Pencils Art Saaf (signed)
Inks Vince Colletta (signed)
Notes Basic story information from Steve Saaf (April 22, 2006).

1 page Like It Is! letters page "There is this boy Richard that I like..."

Synopsis relationship advice
Script ? [as Donna Fayne]
Letters typeset

5 page story "Storm Warnings"

Synopsis Diane's quick thinking gets her promoted to weather girl on the TV news and attracts the attention of station manager Brad. But will Brad's old girlfriend Adele come between them?
Genre romance

1 page promo (ad from the publisher) "Veil of Love"

Genre romance
Letters Gaspar Saladino ?
Notes House ad for Young Love (DC, 1963 series) #104, featuring the story of a nun who is tempted by romance. ("The first of many breakthroughs in romance mags!!")

4 page story "One Kiss Too Many"

Synopsis Sally tries to act like her friend Janey around boys but realizes that it's not right for her.
Genre romance
Pencils Art Saaf ?
Inks Vince Colletta

5 page story "Enjoy Being Young"

Synopsis Rich girl Faye realizes that her older boyfriend Andrew is a boring snob. Luckily, Nick is still interested (and he's her own age).
Genre romance
Pencils Mike Sekowsky ?

Half page Plop promo (ad from the publisher) "You say you know that Plop is coming..."

Genre humor
Pencils Sergio Aragonés (signed)
Inks Sergio Aragonés
Letters Sergio Aragonés ?
Notes House ad for Plop! (DC, 1973 series)

Half page promo (ad from the publisher) "Three Ms. Stars from DC..."

Genre superhero
Pencils ? (illustrations)
Inks ? (illustrations)
Notes House ad for Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series), Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (DC, 1958 series) and Supergirl (DC, 1972 series)