Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Let's journey back to the 1700s, when men were dashing, women were demure...
...and court intrigue was common!
This page was the inside back cover of the comic, so it's b/w rather than color.
This torrid tale from Adventures in Romance #1 (1949) was illustrated by Leonard Starr, who did over 400 comic stories in the late 1940s-mid 1950s, went on to create the long-running (1957-79) newspaper soap-opera strip Mary Perkins on Stage and then took over the writing and illustrating chores on Annie (adapting his realistic style to match original artist Harold Gray's looser, "cartoonier" style) finally ending up as the primary designer and story editor on the original ThunderCats animated tv series!
Next week:
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