Monday, April 19, 2010

LEND ME YOUR DREAM OR I'LL CUT IT FROM YOUR COLD, DEAD BRAIN!

When it comes to the old romance comic books that various companies published the writers gave forth a story that more or less followed a few standard plots. They were typically Girl-Meets-Boy kind of tales with a few twists thrown in as morality fables. Love usually overcame all obstacles that lay in the path of true happiness. Some stories were precautionary and did not have a happy ending due to the sacrifices or selfishness of the heroines invloved. A few stories even skirted the subject of gay issues in subtle and some not-so-subtle ways.

Then there were those stories where you knew the writer was just screwing with the reader.

Pretty much eight pages of unhinged obsession from Falling in Love #60 (July 1963).

2 comments:

  1. She looks more like she's in a coma than anything. I'd love to see the rest of this crazy-ass comic! :p

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  2. DC needs to repub all of their romance comics into Showcase editions, darn it!

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