Y’all liked the original post so much that I’m making a follow-up to feature more striking romance comic covers. Plus, it seems like my posts about cool artists and promo art are really popular in general.
This one will definitely get much worse SEO because I’m not sure how I can stretch this article all the way out to 300 words and also feature the keyword “more striking romance comic covers” enough times, but just bear with me and enjoy these covers. Some of them are actually way cooler to me than the original post, actually.
You can find a lot of covers just by searching comic titles on wikis! I found a lot from Young Love and Girls’ Love Stories that way. But I’m going to feature just a few that I found particularly awesome.
These covers, as we get towards the end of their runs, start to intersect with another love of mine: 70s aesthetics. I love me some stupid 70s fashion, and the colors are just great.
Cover artists seem so much more willing to experiment when you get into the 70s, too!
Oh, to be a teenage girl in an era where romance comics actually got published. Oh wait, the 2020s are much better for woman-centric media. And they’re actually written by women, unlike these comics. But still! Just like my nostalgic longing for Nintendo Power, dumb periodicals for teenyboppers gives my heart great warmth.
Anyway, let’s see more striking romance comic covers:
The big one for crazy covers is definitely Falling in Love. I can’t really tell most of these series apart, but it has the most memorable covers of the bunch to me.
I love me some good cover art, and I’m going to judge this whole genre by their covers–High approval!
Here’s a bunch more assorted covers, and thanks for going on this journey with me.