A Review: WEIRD LOVE #2

The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of WEIRD LOVE #2 from IDW Publishing. The writers are unknown, art by Art Capello, Harry Lucey, George Evans, George Klein, Charles Nicholas, and Eugene Hughes.

“Yes, I was an Escort Girl” - Vivan reluctantly becomes an escort girl after many failed attempts to become a model. She meets Jerry falls in love. But will her evil boss let her go?

“Too Fat for Love” - Mona is an overweight girl who can’t find love, only ridicule. Will Mona ever find someone who loves her just the way she is?

“Slave to Despair,” - Edith and Phil were inseparable, until she was introduced to the seedier side of life that included drugs. Her life spirals downward, can she be saved?

“Bosco Plays Matchmaker,” - Bosco is a bear in the New York Zoo who enjoys seeing Mary come by. When Pete passes by as well, Bosco decides to play cupid and get these two together. Will it work?

“Mini Must Go” - Dan Childers bans mini-skirts from the office since it affected his concentration. But is it the skirts that he can’t keep his mind off of, or his new secretary Miss Tait?

“Beautiful Love” – Jon Spears is about to leave the South Seas and wants his love Lanu to join him as his wife. She wants him to see if he feels the same after a year. Will they find out that true love is blind?

WEIRD LOVE is SO appropriately named; it’s Silver Age story-telling at its craziest! Actually, these were fun to read, despite (or because of) the goofy tales. This is a genre that will never be in comics again, so pick these up and enjoy them!

WEIRD LOVE #2 is in stores now, or available for ordering at www.idwpublishing.com.