Young Love was one of the earliest romance comics titles, published by Crestwood/Prize, and later sold to DC Comics.
DC gained Crestwood/Prize's titles (when Crestwood Publications stopped producing comics) in 1963, and continued publishing their romance comics as "part of a reasonably popular romance line aimed at young girls" for nearly 15 years.
Taking over publication of Young Love after 17 issues of All for Love and 21 of Young Love, DC continued the original numbering, launching the newly-branded title with Sep/Oct 1963's #39. The series ran for almost 15 years, finally ceasing publication with July 1977's #126.
|Total £||64.70||131.00||196.00||395.00||807.68||1,610||1,550||1,930||2,320||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||164.00||331.00||491.00||991.40||2,020.00||4,030||3,880||4,840||5,820||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
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