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Real Name: June Wilson

Identity/Class: Normal human

Occupation: Secretary

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Bradley Grey, Mr. Harroway (first name unrevealed), Mrs. Harroway (first name unrevealed)

Enemies: None

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed city in the USA

First Appearance: Our Love Story#16/1 (April, 1972)

Powers/Abilities: June Wilson was a very good secretary and a fashion-conscious personal assistant. She had excellent interpersonal skills in making people feel comfortable, but lacked self-confidence.

Height: 5'3" (by approximation)
Weight: 110 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blond


(Our Love Story#16/1 (fb) - BTS) - June Wilson became the office secretary to Bradley Grey, the agent of many talented authors. Grey hosted launch parties and paid Wilson to act as hostess. But she had fallen love in love with him, spending personal moments in anguish and romantic longing.

(Our Love Story#16/1) - Wilson felt ignored as Grey charmed a female writer. He asked her to be the hostess at that night's book launch party and would again be paid for her overtime. She complied but later, in the bath, she felt she did not stand a chance for romance with him as he focused on talent. At the party, attendees admired her interpersonal skills. When all guests had left, she hoped for a kiss, but received an offer of a taxi instead. Alone at home, she tearfully dreamt of him. The next day, Grey was negotiating with upcoming writer Mr. Harroway, whose wife wanted more money for her husband signing up. Wilson quickly intervened with her charm, showing a list of top authors on the same rate. The contract signed, the Harroways left happy and Grey decided to reveal that he was in love with her. Lacking confidence, she initially didn't believe he liked her, but they soon fell into a passionate kiss and the start of a relationship.


Comments: Created by Stan Lee (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks).

These romance stories often had the flavor of the time in which they were written, and nothing else to tie them into Marvel's sliding timescale. As such, it's likely that the stories took place at the time of publication rather than being part of the sliding timescale.

Profile by Grendel Prime.

June Wilson has no known connections to:

Bradley Grey

Bradley Grey was a successful agent for many writers and was able to spot talent quickly. He hosted launch parties for writers to entertain book critics. June Wilson was his secretary and he often asked her to stay late as his paid hostess at such launches, telling her to focus on the talented people. Fair-minded with equal payment rates for his authors, he admired Wilson's secretarial and people skills, yet had also quietly fallen in love with her. Likewise, she had fallen in love with him, but felt she didn't stand a chance with him. He finally declared his love to her and they kissed  passionately.







--Our Love Story#16/1

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Our Love Story#16/1, p1 (main image)
   p2, pan4 (headshot)
   p5, pan5 (Grey)

Our Love Story#16/1 (April, 1972) - Stan Lee (writer & editor), John Buscema (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks)

First posted: 1/31/2019

Last updated: 1/31/2019

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