Showcase Presents Young Love Vol DC s popular romance series YOUNG LOVE is collected for the first time in this massive value priced collection This title features the work of artists who would go on to greater fame drawing super

  • Title: Showcase Presents: Young Love, Vol. 1
  • Author: Various
  • ISBN: 9781401234386
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • DC s popular romance series, YOUNG LOVE, is collected for the first time in this massive, value priced collection This title features the work of artists who would go on to greater fame drawing super hero adventures in the 1960s, including John Romita, Mike Sekowsky, Don Heck and Gene Colan Stories include No Cure for Love Fearful Heart Double Heartbreak Every BeaDC s popular romance series, YOUNG LOVE, is collected for the first time in this massive, value priced collection This title features the work of artists who would go on to greater fame drawing super hero adventures in the 1960s, including John Romita, Mike Sekowsky, Don Heck and Gene Colan Stories include No Cure for Love Fearful Heart Double Heartbreak Every Beat of His Heart Afraid of Love Believe It or Not, It s Love

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    1. Great collection of Silver Age DC romance comics, featuring art by the legendary John Romita on the recurring feature Mary Robin, RN. I never knew JR worked at DC!Also art by Don Heck, Bernard Sachs, and Gene Colan, among others.These stories are in a lot of ways predictable, but they're still entertaining. We've come a long way from when a girl's worth was dependent on the man she nabbed!

    2. Everyone's melodramatic over-actors making lifelong decisions based on a single moment of eye contact, and I love it. If you want substance in your comics, this is not the collection for you, but soap operas eight pages at a time? This is exactly what you need.It's not just the delight in reading how seriously everyone takes everything. The art is lovely, and it's also just interesting to look at this microcasm of how media portrayed the "proper" young woman and presented a very narrow set of go [...]

    3. Phone book-sized comp of legendary DC romance comic series "Young Love" featuring the continuing saga of Mary Robin, R.N. Nurse Robin manages to always find time to take pulses and temperatures and date patient and surgeon alike. She really gets around.And speaking of getting around, the big surprise of this book is the major participation by Marvel comics bullpen artists like Gene Colan, Jazzy Johnny Romita, Darlin' Don Heck, Vivacious Vinnie Coletta with virtually no credits paid to the writer [...]

    4. This stuff was pretty fun and breezy. The recurring feature of The Diary Of Nurse Mary Robin (who never knows if she's a nurse firstor a woman) helped give the whole thing a hook to hang on to; once she was gone I began to lose interest a little. Still, some great art and great little love stories. It's nice to read comics that aren't action or sci-fi, but are still good, genre fiction.

    5. The gender politics in these stories isn't exactly enlightened, but what can you expect from 1960s romance comics. The art, on the other hand, is fantastic, especially in the few stories Gene Colan drew.

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