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Young Romance (1963) #197

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2008-11-03 22:37:54 ccl080673 Removed Creator (Unknown Creator)
2008-11-03 22:37:54 ccl080673 Added Creator E. Nelson Bridwell
2005-12-07 15:23:54 DarthSkeptical Notes The "DC Valentine" disappears, replaced by the then-standard DC logo. The attempt to find a way to "brand" DC products of a romantic nature as somehow "different" than the rest of the catalogue was a short-lived and fairly uneven experiment--but then again, the main DC logo itself underwent a fair bit of revision during the early 1970s. Note that the logo used in just the next issue of this title is slightly different from the one used here. The "DC Valentine" disappears, replaced by the then-standard DC logo. The attempt to find a way to "brand" DC products of a romantic nature as somehow "different" than the rest of the catalogue was a short-lived and fairly uneven experiment--but then again, the main DC logo itself underwent a fair bit of revision during the early 1970s. Note that the logo used in just issue #200 of this title is slightly different from the one used here.
2005-12-07 15:22:42 DarthSkeptical Notes The "DC Valentine" disappears, replaced by the then-standard DC logo. The attempt to find a way to "brand" DC products of a romantic nature as somehow "different" than the rest of the catalogue was a short-lived and fairly uneven experiment--but then again, the main DC logo itself underwent a fair bit of revision during the early 1970s. Note that the logo used in just the next issue of this title is slightly different from the one used here.
2005-12-07 14:52:29 DarthSkeptical Cover Price 0.2 .50
2005-12-07 14:52:29 DarthSkeptical Pagecount 100
2005-12-07 14:51:57 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2005-12-07 14:51:57 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (large)

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