Valentine's Day is here at last, and that means that it's time to celebrate the people we love. Admittedly, most of the people we love are fictional vigilantes, but still: Romance is in the air. And for those
I don't know about you, but for me, Valentine's day presents a pretty huge problem, in that I am only really comfortable expressing my emotions through Batman. Fortunately, America's thriving greeting card industry has addressed that very problem with their annual crop of Valentine's Day Cards!
Okay, admittedly, the ones with the stuff I like are mostly meant for children to hand out at elementary school, but that doesn't mean that you and I can't use them to express our emotions in our adult lives -- it just means that people might look at you funny in the checkout line. But which to pick? It's a tough decision that co
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and that means that it's time once again for one of the most high-pressure situations in the life of an elementary school student: exchanging Valentines with classmates. Fortunately for amoro
As we head towards Valentine's Day, ComicsAlliance is offering up a daily tribute to love, as depicted in the somewhat dubious world of Romance Comics! Today's entry: Our Love Story #28's "Alone in the Dark!"
Fortunately for all concerned, "Alone in the Dark" has nothing to do with the video game series of the same name or its 2005 Uwe Boll/Tara Reid adaptation. Instead, Holli Resnicoff and Alan Weiss tell the story of youn
As we head towards Valentine's Day, ComicsAlliance is offering up a daily tribute to love, as depicted in the somewhat dubious world of Romance Comics! Today's entry: Our Love Story #29's "When A Love Story Ends!"
Jean Thomas and Alan Weiss's depiction of Tracy's spiral into despair might seem a touch melodramatic, but keep in mind that her fiancee just broke up with her and told her that he never wanted to see her again over the phone the day before their wedding. You'd probably start cursing the diaphanous dungeon th
As we head towards Valentine's Day, ComicsAlliance is offering up a daily tribute to love, as depicted in the somewhat dubious world of Romance Comics! Today's entry: Young Romance #86's "For The Love of Ricky Wilson!"
This Stan Lee/Jack Kirby "classic" finds our heroine swooning and lovestruck, which was pretty much the default state for girls in romance comics. The only problem is that the object of her af
As a trip to the store this week will prove, there are plenty of comic book themed Valentines out there on the shelves, just waiting to help you tell your elementary school classmates significant other how you feel through a lenticular hologram of Batman and Green Arrow. But for me, it's been the same problem ever since I was a kid: No matter how many choice