After love in the 80s, love in the 90s, with Grant Morrison’s Kill Your Boyfriend as the prototypical romance comic of the era. What made romance so hard in that decade, and why were we so keen on mixing it with crime stories? And in Romance Comics Theatre, we go back in time to the early 50s for an altogether different criminal love story, “I Was a Border Racket Girl!” Which story feels most dated? You make the call!
Listen to Episode 17 below (the usual filthy filthy language warnings apply), or subscribe to The Lonely Hearts Romance Comics Podcast on iTunes!
Relevant images and further credits at: Lonely Hearts Ep.17 Supplemental
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