In the Year 1970

  House Ad from  Time for Love  #15 (March 1970) Nope, that blue blob isn't an outline of an upper Midwest state -- it's a locket chain!

House Ad from Time for Love #15 (March 1970) Nope, that blue blob isn't an outline of an upper Midwest state -- it's a locket chain!

During the first year of the 1970s, Charlton did indeed lead the "love parade" with eleven romance titles, compared with DC's eight titles (this includes a Super DC Giant) during the same year and Marvel's two. Below is a breakdown of all of the titles that were published in 1970 from comic book companies across the board.

CHARLTON

Career Girl Romances
Hollywood Romances
I Love You
Just Married
Love Diary
Romantic Story
Secret Romance
Sweethearts
Teen-Age Love
Teen Confessions
Time for Love

DC

Falling in Love
Girls' Love Stories
Girls' Romances
Heart Throbs
Secret Hearts
Young Love
Young Romance
DC Super Giant
(#S-17)

MARVEL

My Love
Our Love Story

It's pretty crazy to think that in the year 1970 only three companies were publishing romance comics, when just ten years earlier there had been eight companies publishing comics in the genre!