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Young Romance (1963) - #197
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Cover Date: Jan/Feb 1974
Cover Price: US $ 0.50

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 100 pages

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Girls' Romances (1950) #67
Girls' Romances (1950) #78
Young Love (1963) #58

Reprinted/Collected in:
Heart Throbs: The Best of DC Romance Comics (1979) TPB

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.

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