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Lovers' Lane (1949) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 1

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    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by William Overgard, Pat Rooney, Fred Guardineer, Ruth Atkinson, Lee Ames, Paul Parker, Ada Nevill and Al Bare. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Linda moves to New York and begins to run with a fast crowd, but when wealthy playboy Craig tries to go too far at his mountain cabin, he gets a champagne bottle upside the head. An illustrated profile of movie star Alan Ladd. The story of the real-life romance between poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Was I Wrong Seeking Big City Glamour?; The Stars Tell: Alan Ladd; I Was an Actress for One Glorious Moment; How Did He Propose?; I Was in Love With Two Men at the Same Time!; Who's Your Prince Charming?; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; The World's Greatest Lovers: Robert Browning & Elizabeth Barrett. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 2

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    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Bob Lubbers, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, George Tuska, Ada Nevill and Jack Sparling. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Jill is crazy about her high-school teacher, but so are the other girls in her class. Movie star Burt Lancaster purportedly answers reader questions about his ideal woman: "Looks are not important as long as she's pretty and has a swell figure." Redheaded Donna realizes her fiancee Ken is falling for her best friend Betty. My High School Crush!; The Stars Tell: Burt Lancaster; My Dangerous Rival!; Are You Suited to the Man of Your Office?; Heartbreak in My Search for Love!; Who's Your Prince Charming?; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 3

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Bob Lubbers, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, Ruth Atkinson, Fred Guardineer, Ada Nevill and Jack Sparling. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Sally dumps steady boyfriend Larry for popular Chick, but on prom night Chick reveals his true allegiance is to Madelaine. Nurse Helen loves doctor David, but another doctor steps in while David is away. Young Mary dates a lumberjack at her father's logging camp, but he drinks all night and works all day. I Loved Two Doctors!; My False Happiness!; How to Behave on a First Date; Love is Wonderful; Who's Your Prince Charming?; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose?; He Stole My Heart. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 4

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    Painted cover by Carey. Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Bob Lubbers, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, Ruth Atkinson, Jerry Grandenetti, Bill Walton, and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Redheaded Delilah O'Neill gets a reputation as a "jilt" because she likes boys but doesn't want to get married. Bus driver Louise feuds, then flirts with a Navy yard worker who thinks her job isn't fit for a woman. Advice credited to actors Barbara Bates and Jerome Courtland on courtship behavior in the 1940s. The Love Diary of a Jilt; Doctors Honeymoon; I Pledge My Heart; My Unknown Sweetheart; How to Behave During Courtship; Who's Your Prince Charming?; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose?; He Stole My Heart. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 5

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    Stories and art by Mike Esposito, Bart Tumey, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, Jerry Grandenetti, Bill Walton, and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. June and Michael fall in love, even though their neighboring farms and families have a long-standing rivalry. Three women compete for Paul's affections, until they all get together and compare notes. Advice credited to actors Larry Parks and Marilyn Monroe (then on the cusp of stardom) about going steady in the 1950s. The Letter I Should Never Have Written; Repentant Daughter; Love Divided; My Unknown Sweetheart; So You're Going Steady?; Good-Bye to My First Love...; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 6

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    Stories and art by Dick Briefer, Claude Moore, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, Jerry Grandenetti, George Tuska, Robert Martinott, Ruth Atkinson and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Aerialist Anne finds love under the big top. Ellen thinks her hubby Phil's promiscuous days are over, but some of his behavior makes her suspicious, in a story with art by Dick Briefer. Advice credited to actors Ellye Marshall and Richard Taylor on double dates. Stardust in My Eyes; Love Customs; For Better - For Worse; I Married a Ladies' Man; How to Behave on a Double Date; Suppose You're in Love...; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 7

    Painted cover by Herb Tauss. Stories and art by Jerry Fasano, Claude Moore, Pat Rooney, Fred Kida, Joan Wenzel, Al Borth, Al Bellman, Ruth Atkinson and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Peggy discovers her blind date is Matt, the cop who ticketed her for speeding earlier that day. Irene tells her new husband the story behind a phony engagement ring. Advice credited to actors Patricia White and John Miles on engagement behavior. Detour to Romance; Love Customs; Love and Let Love; Better Schools Make Better Communities; How to Behave When You are Engaged; Hearts and Diamonds; A Penny's Worth of Love; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 8

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Dick Briefer, Tom Gill, Fred Kida, Al McWilliams, Al Bellman, and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Sally's fiancee wants her to quit her job, but her handsome boss is another matter. Ruth is tutoring handsome Tom, and he finds her intellect intimidating, until it comes to football. Teen Judy is upset when her widowed mother (who looks exactly like Maureen O'Hara) marries again, in a story with art by Dick Briefer. Office Cinderella; Too Smart for Love; The Age of Indiscretion; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 9

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Ruth Atkinson, Tom Gill, Tony DiPreta, Hannah Schreiberg, Al Bare, Lee Ames and Ada Nevill. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Newlywed Jack is shocked when he learns that Sheila was married once before. Teen Peggy has a crush on her sister's new husband, much to the consternation of her own boyfriend Ken. May and Roger become engaged while trapped in a stalled elevator together. Love's White Lie; After My Own Heart!; You Can't Marry a Stranger; One Love to Give; The Love Clinic; Ada Nevill Answers Your Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 10

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Ruth Atkinson, Al McWilliams, Tony DiPreta, Joe Gagliardi, Al Bare, Dick Rockwell, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Jean proves suddenly popular with the boys after she starts writing for the school paper, but first she must overcome her shyness. Leila confides everything about her love life to her friend Edna, which inevitably backfires when Gene hears about it. New advice editor Eloise Taylor takes over with a discussion on How to Behave on Your Wedding Day. Terrific painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Two of a Kind; Love Half Given; Eloise Taylor Suggests How to Behave on Your Wedding Day; Cross My Heart; Lucky Bride; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 11
    • Cover detached.

    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Ruth Atkinson, Charles Biro, Allen Baron, Joe Gagliardi, Al Bare, Dick Rockwell, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Alice loves doctor Bob, but doesn't understand why he wants to stay in their small town instead of moving to New York City. Eloise advises a young reader on how to relate to other people despite social awkwardness. Musical partners Lois and Bill split up after mixing romance with business, but that doesn't make them happy either. Fair Exchange; Uncle Sam Has a Green Thumb; Letter to My Husband; This Time Forever; Every Girl's Love Song; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 12

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Fred Kida, Lee Ames, Allen Baron, Robert Martinott, Al McWilliams, Claude Moore and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Cora wants to be on equal terms with her new husband, until he actually starts expressing himself. Newly-married Harriet wants to become the perfect housewife, but hubby Paul isn't ready to grow up quite so fast. Redheaded student Ella has a habit of falling for her handsome teachers. 50-50 Marriage; Love Will Find You Out; The Big Surprise; Love Customs; Stop, Look and Listen - to Love; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 13

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Dick Briefer, Fred Kida, Dick Rockwell, Bill Walton, Robert Martinott, Frank Borth, Claude Moore and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Edith and Jeff agree to date other people while he's in the service, but neither of them really wants to. Eloise offers advice to a reader on how to handle the temporary separations caused by military service. Joyce's friends Ted and Bob want to date her, but both should have remained in the friend zone, in a story with art by Dick Briefer. Particularly sweet painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Every Girl Has Her Day; Don't Take Me for Granted; Do's and Dont's of Blind Dating; Love Customs; Love Is Where You Are; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose?; ...Then a Boy Came Along... 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 14

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    Painted cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Ruth Atkinson, Frank Bolle, Sid Greene and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Wanda gets new attention from boys after she gets rid of her braces and glasses, but then her parents upstage her at a party. Country boy Bart wants to marry Fay, but she wants to go to the city and start a new life, and he doesn't. Tom doesn't really love Alicia, but being engaged is good for his career, so he won't let her call it off. One+One=Love; You Never Can Tell; Just for the Fun of It; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 15

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    Painted cover by DownSo. Stories and art by Lee Ames, Robert Martinott, Tony DiPreta, Allen Baron, Dick Rockwell, Sid Greene and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Dorothy finally gets to date Glenn when he returns from the Navy, but she's jealous that she's not his first choice. Bert dares inquisitive Ginger that she can't leave an envelope sealed for six weeks. Judy and Tom meet over a raffle ticket. Slightly sultry painted cover by DownSo. One More Kiss; Poise = Boys; The Sealed Letter; Play it Straight; Extra Special Date; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 16

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    Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Robert Martinott, Ruth Atkinson, Claude Moore, Dick Rockwell, Al Wenzel, Frank Bolle and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Tom wants to go steady with Louise, but she's torn between him and handsome swimmer Andy. Soldier Ray and Alice make a trial separation, but their parents try to help them work things out. Friends Hilda and Nina decide to switch boyfriends for one date, but that proves disastrous. Finally In Love; Mother of the Groom; Love Customs; Never Again; In Your Eyes, My Love; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 17

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    Stories and art by Sid Greene, Robert Martinott, Fred Kida, Al Wenzel, Frank Bolle and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. On their wedding night, Sue regrets marrying Lee and wonders if she should have married Chuck after all. Mark and Olive agree to date other people while he's in the service, but neither of them really wants to. Vera and Walt fall in love while trying to set up their widowed parents with each other. Classic nursesploitation painted cover by an unknown artist. Honeymoon Story; Restaurant Manners; I'm In Love; Another Love Another Kiss; The Love Clinic; Love Problems; How Did He Propose? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 18

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    Stories and art by Pierce Rice, Bernie Krigstein, Robert Martinott, Fred Kida, Al Wenzel, Chic Stone and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Newlywed Selma gets some shocking news from new hubby Gary on their honeymoon that makes her want to call the whole thing off. Two pages of vintage advice on keeping your girlish figure, and Eloise Taylor advises Anita, "The girls who are really popular have to work at it!" (featuring inks by no less a figure than future EC legend Bernie Krigstein). Hope and Lois are lifelong friends, until they both fall for Ned. 7-Day Honeymoon; How's Your Figure?; Love Is Full of Surprises; One Moment of Weakness; Change of Heart; The Love Clinic; How Did He Propose? 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 19

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    Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Dick Rockwell, Al Bare, Fred Kida, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Babs tries to marry off her sister Ellen after she learns her boyfriend has a crush on Ellen. Doris and Herb face friction in their marriage when she opens her own business and gets a loan from ex-boyfriend Chet. Paul doesn't know if he still wants to marry Rita, now that he's been drafted into wartime service. 3 Wrong Guys; Those Dangerous Weeks; Take a Chance on Love; The Love Clinic; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 20

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    Stories and art by Frank Frazetta, Pierce Rice, Bernie Krigstein, Bob Fujitani, Al McWilliams, Frank Bolle, Bill Walton, Allen Baron and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. After a fight and breaking up for the summer, Mel wants to get back together with Patty, but she's not so sure. A classic anti-drug PSA featuring early art by fantasy and comics legend Frank Frazetta, plus inks on an advice feature by future EC legend Bernie Krigstein. Ann falls for Jack after he becomes a temporary boarder in her parents' house. Good Night, My Sweet; The Charm Clinic; We Can Stop the Enemies of Youth; Love Customs; First in My Heart; Love Problems; Unexpected House Guest. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 21

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    Stories and art by Dick Briefer, Dick Rockwell, Al McWilliams, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. A woman feels she's living in the shadow of her mother, who left her father for another man. Wendy is torn between steady Don and ex Paul, who both want to marry her. Anne and Bill are unpleasantly surprised when Bill's ex Dora shows up at the hotel where they are spending their honeymoon. The Doctor's Secret; Test of a Love-Time; I Belong to You!; Honeymoon Merry-Go-Round; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 22

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    Photo cover by Underwood and Underwood. Stories and art by Frank Bolle, Al McWilliams, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Newly divorced Louise is seen as a casual fling by the guys she's dating now, but then her ex-husband comes back to town. Will returns home from military duty, but he and Doris don't know how to tell their folks that they've broken up. Two weeks before her wedding, Gail commits an indiscretion with an old flame. Man Bait; Apology After Midnight; Love's Reckless Gamble; Haunted Honeymoon; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 23

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    Stories and art by Sid Greene, Al McWilliams, Joan Wenzel, Al Wenzel, Myron Fass, Bill Walton, Ken Landau and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. On her wedding night, Leila reflects on the loves in her past and bids them farewell. Audrey suspects something when her husband's ex-girlfriend returns to town. Roger wants to resume dating Mary when he gets out of the service, unaware she's secretly married to Jim. I Was No Angel; Marked Woman; Party Wife; Wrong Date; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 24

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    Stories and art by Ruth Atkinson, Frank Bolle, Al Wenzel, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Bruce has a surprise confession for Kathy on their honeymoon night, but she's got some surprising news of her own. Widow Isabel finds that the men who date her aren't interested in marriage, but she falls hard for George. Janice and Quent's marriage faces conflict because Quent is still friends with her old flame Leo, and Leo isn't over her yet. Yesterday's Passion; Love's Danger Zone; Honeymoon Storm; Tonight or Never; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 25

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    Stories and art by Ken Landau, Al Wenzel, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. John and Ruth both flirt with reviving old romances from before they were married. Divorced Hazel has trouble finding a new guy. On their wedding night, Dave learns about Blanche's secret first marriage. Love's Guilty Secret; If You Kiss and Tell; Three Men Wanted Me; Unwilling Bride; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 26

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    Stories and art by Dick Briefer, Ruth Atkinson, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Wendy and Steve marry while both are on the rebound from breakups, but then wonder if they've rushed into things. Nina can't handle it when her mother remarries, and divorcee Ralph convinces her that she'd be happier on her own. Newly married Brenda is having second thoughts when old flame Ralph suddenly reappears, in a story with art by Dick Briefer. Emmy's impending wedding is imperiled by innuendo after she gets lost in the woods with Paul during a camping trip. I Took a Chance on Love; Girl on the Loose; One Dangerous Night; Lover, Come Back To Me; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 27

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    Stories and art by Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Nona wants to resume her romance with her boss, but in the meantime she's already married Larry. When Myra discovers her friend Jane was right about jealous, controlling Doug, they turn the tables on him. Assault survivor Emily fears telling new husband John about the attack, in a story ahead of its time in dealing (however gingerly) with a troubling subject. Love Thief; Come to Me, Love; Not Good Enough; Don't Cry, My Love; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 28

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    Stories and art by Frank Bolle, Fred Kida, Allen Baron, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Vivian and Gregg are newly married, but Vivian's old flame Wes keeps reminding Vivian of her bad-girl past. Laura loves boxer Steve, but he has to get over his violent jealousy, in a story (and cover) endorsed by real-life welterweight boxer Chico Vejar. Joan, guilty over her own indiscretions, suspects her husband has secrets. Shabby Angel; Knock Out for Love; Shadow Over My Love; The Shy Type; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 29

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    Stories and art by Frank Bolle, Robert Martinott, Ken Landau and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. War widow Mary faces friction with new love Charles because she has two kids. Reporter Sally romances newspaper editor Jay, but when she fakes a story, their careers are shot. Blanche breaks up with Martin because he moves too fast, then becomes alarmed when her sister starts dating him. Test of Love; My Love Affair with a Bombshell; Where Lovers Meet; All I Want Is You; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 30

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    Stories and art by Frank Bolle, Ralph Owen and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Ann should be happy with fiance Bob, but she can't help dreaming of an ideal lover who doesn't exist. Sparks fly when news photographer Terry is assigned to work with handsome reporter Rick on a kidnapping case, in the first part of a three-part story. Faded Southern belle Simone is torn between the ancestral home where her aging father lives, and her love for Gene, who wants to move on. My Dream Lover; Front Page Love Story; Love Divided; Repentance; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 31
    • 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Photo cover by Black Box Studios. Stories and art by Ralph Owen, Allen Baron and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Struggling small-town actress Meg realizes that Broadway is a brutal world, just like hometown boyfriend Andy said. In the second part of "Front Page Love Story," news photographer Terry is torn between reporter Rick and rival newshound Rudy. Joan's parents don't want her to date Tom, but it turns out they have ulterior motives. Shattered Dreams; Broadway Scandal; Terry Sanders Outsmarts Herself; Boy Crazy; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 32
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split.

    Stories and art by John Forte, Al Wenzel, Robert Martinott, Ralph Owen and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Through a convoluted series of events, Sherril takes the place of her dead friend, but when romance comes calling, she doesn't know how to reveal the truth. The conclusion of the three-part "Front Page Love Story" that began in issue #30, as news photographer Terry learns the truth about Rudy and decides between Rudy or Rick. Controlling Della marries Tom to keep him from straying, but he doesn't see it that way. Also featuring a vintage PSA for the Junior Red Cross and 1950s-era makeup advice. Front Page Love Story; Busy Junior Red Cross Councils; I Lived a Lie!; Spite Marriage; Makeup Tips and Tricks; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 33
    • 1" Spine split from bottom. Cover detached at one staple.

    Photo cover by Black Box Studios. Stories and art by Dick Rockwell, Ralph Owen, Al Bare and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Actress Rona, burned by romances with theater boys, finds trucker Bill more to her liking. Rival ranchers Steve and Carol find their romance strained when Steve goes to work for Carol. Broken-hearted Sandy vows to never love again, but then Ken comes along. Don't Ever Leave Me; Could I Trust My Heart?; I Hated the Man I Loved; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 34
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    Cover by Fred Kida. Stories and art by Ben Brown, David Gantz, Robert Martinott, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. After her sweetheart is killed in the war, June goes to work in an aircraft factory and faces too much attention from her fellow workers. Sheila resists her friends' efforts to set her up with a guy, but Jerry is very charming. Carey thinks artist Sandy should focus on his straight job, but Bohemian Evelyn and her Greenwich Village pals encourage him to follow his dreams. The Odds On Love; Dont Let Me Love; Scheming Hearts; Greenwich Village Romance; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 35

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    Cover by Fred Kida. Stories and art by Robert Martinott, Al Luster, Al Wenzel and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Lorry falls for bullfighter Johnnie in Mexico, but his dangerous profession threatens to split them apart. Eddie pretend-dates Jeanne to get her to take romance more seriously, and winds up falling for her for real. Kate dates the foreman at her father's logging camp, and a jealous lumberjack tries to sabotage the whole operation. Romance In Mexico; Should You Write a Love Letter?; Love's No Gamble; The Flirt; Surrender to Love; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 36

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    Cover by Bob Fujitani. Stories and art by Al Wenzel, Moe Marcus, Al Gordon, John Belfi and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Redheaded Kathy, daughter of a forest ranger, woos Wallace, but his selfish demands almost get them both trapped in a forest fire. Nurse Ann loves doctor Frank, but then handsome patient Tom winds up in their ward. Desert diner waitress Betty runs off with handsome stranger Earl, not realizing he's a crook on the lam until it's too late. Heartbreak Inn; I Sacrificed Happiness!; I Ran From Love; Dance Hall Girl; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 37

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    Cover by Fred Kida. Stories and art by Charlie Tomsey, Al Bellman, Al Wenzel, Art Gates and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Judy wants the financial security of boring accountant Albert, but she really loves messy garage mechanic Mike. Womanizer Don tries to straighten up his act after he meets Sally. Ann pretends to be her roommate Vickie to correspond with overseas soldier Ted. A Stranger's Kiss; I Chose Love; Lady Killer; Secret Love; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 38

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    Cover by Fred Kida. Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, Al Wenzel, Jay Scott Pike, Robert Martinott and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Penny, an orphan, is so desperate for love that soon she has a bad reputation with the boys. Redheaded ice skater Rusty secretly loves her coach Mike, but he's all business. German immigrant Greta arrives in the US to be with Hal, only to find he's met someone else. Also featuring a vintage ad for a Tom Corbett, Space Ranger "Invisible Helmet." Love Starved; Love on Ice; Trust Your Love; Girl Unwanted; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 39

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    Cover by Bill Walton. Stories and art by Bill Walton, Bob Bean, Louis Zansky, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Terry tries to keep her showbiz family secret from her boyfriend, in a story (and cover) featuring an appearance by a young Frank Sinatra. Belle and Dan have an epic soap-opera marriage that includes him losing a leg in Korea and her fling with a married friend, more like a Tennessee Williams play than a romance comic. Nightclub singer Beth flees her job and her fiance after cad George convinces her she's killed a man. Frank Sinatra Tells the Story... Her Secret; Jealous Revenge; Till Death Do Us Part; Eloise Taylor Talks About... Petting; Love Customs; Blackmail Proposal; Love Problems. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 40

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    Cover by Fred Kida. Stories and art by George Tuska, Ann Brewster, Bill Walton, C. H. Moore, Kurt Schaffenberger and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. 1950s music star Frankie Laine (also featured in a photo on the cover) must resolve the misunderstanding that threatens to drive Jill and Doug apart. After smooching a married man in her office, Angie flees the resulting scandal and meets handsome but standoffish Jarman in Cape Cod. A month before her wedding, Joan's old flame comes back to stir up trouble, in a story featuring art by future Superman artist Kurt Schaffenberger. Plus 1950s-era advice on blind dates and going steady. Frankie Laine Tells About... Jealous Hearts; The Charm Clinic; Passion In the Storm; Haunted Heart; Strange Love Customs; Heart's Choice; Do's and Don'ts of Blind Dating; Eloise Taylor Talks About Going Steady. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Lovers' Lane (1949) 41

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    Cover by Bill Walton. Stories and art by Ann Brewster, Tony Cataldo, Carl Pfeufer, and Eloise Taylor. From the publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Lover's Lane offered somewhat edgier, more lurid tales than other romance comics of the era. Real-life 1950s musical celebrity Ray Anthony appears in the story (and cover) to intervene when Marcy and David face the end of their romance and their musical act. Returning from military service in Korea, Tim learns Elva has moved on, so he dates librarian Janie. Dan fears he must leave Nancy rather than have her face the scandal that he's an ex-convict. Love Song for Two; Those Three Little Words; Eloise Taylor Talks About... A Lovelier You!; My Love Couldn't Wait; Man With a Past. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.