It's said that Love is blind.
In comics, at least, it's also color-blind.
Looks like a "happily ever after" scenario?
But, you know there's going to be potholes in the road to happiness!
This tale from Fawcett's Negro Romance #2 (1950) doesn't feature either a miracle cure or a "whoops, wrong diagnosis" ending, as so many of these tales often do!
It was written by Roy Ald (who was also the book's Editor) and illustrated by Rudy Palais, an artist with over 300 stories and covers during his long career from 1941 to 1957.
Tomorrow, a Valentine's Day BONUS
Another torrid tale from Negro Romances!
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