Haunted Love

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Haunted Love

Cover to Haunted Love #1 (Apr. 1973). Art by Tom Sutton.
Publication information
Publisher Charlton Comics
Schedule Bimonthly
Format Ongoing series
Genre
Publication date April 1973 – September 1975
Number of issues 11
Creative team
Writer(s) Joe Gill, Nick Cuti, Pete Morisi
Artist(s) Charles Nicholas, Joe Staton, Steve Ditko, Sanho Kim, Enrique Nieto, Pat Boyette
Inker(s) Vince Alascia
Editor(s) George Wildman

Haunted Love was a horror-romance anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics from 1973 - 1975. It was part of the Gothic Romance comic book mini-trend of the era, which included the short-lived DC Comics series The Dark Mansion Of Forbidden Love and The Sinister House of Secret Love, and Atlas/Seaboard Comics' one-shot magazine Gothic Romances. (Haunted Love was also part of Charlton's wave of early 1970s horror-themed titles, including Ghostly Haunts, Haunted, Midnight Tales, and Scary Tales.)

Edited by George Wildman, contributors to Haunted Love included writers Joe Gill, Nick Cuti, and Pete Morisi; and artists Charles Nicholas, Joe Staton, Steve Ditko, Sanho Kim, Enrique Nieto, Pat Boyette, and Vince Alascia. Tom Sutton contributed many of the covers.

The Charlton imprint Modern Comics published one issue of Haunted Love reprints in 1978.

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