“Amazingly in the repressed 1950s and the anything-goes 1960s in some so-called ‘romance’ comics, there were some stories jaw-dropping sick, perverse, strange, kinky, twisted, and by today’s standards horribly politically incorrect. Only some kind of depraved person would now reprint them,” says Craig Yoe, “So, I am very excited and proud to be reprinting these gems!”
The aberrant spawn of our weird love will be released into the world this May. The bi-monthly comic, (and we hope you aren’t prejudice against bi-monthlies), will publish such luridly illustrated pulp comics classics like “Love of a Lunatic,” “I Fell for a Commie,” “I Liked Older Men,” and “There’s No Romance in Rock ‘n Roll.” More bizarro stories will include “I Was Too Beautiful,” “I Was A Pickup,” “I Joined a Teenage Sex Cult,” not to mention “You Also Snore, Darling!” These are sure to elicit a fair amount of “OMG-I-Can’t -Believe-This!” moments, we promise.
This full-color collector’s edition which begins the WEIRD Love series “ends” with a pre-code comics ode to the female derrier(!). No wonder the censors wanted this stuff banned! Sure to be a must-have big-buzz comic—and it’s bargain-priced! Who says love isn’t cheap?