Romance Comic Coloring Book #7

Romance Comic Coloring Book #7

by Bernie O'Connor


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Romance Comic Coloring Book #7 by Bernie O'Connor

10 big covers to color, PLUS a Love Stories exclusive! A 2 page excerpt from the bestselling Paranormal Romance: The Princess of the Light. The Coloring Covers featured in our New Romance Comic Coloring Book series was originally published during the 1940's, '50's and through out the early '60's. The stories featured in these popular heartthrob newsstand magazines were almost always told from a woman's perspective. Soap-opera like scripts involved boy-meets girl, marriage, affairs and any other tear-jerking romantic interlude you can imagine. Although the cover titles teased risqué, they consistently delivered PG. In the end, everyone lived happily ever after. Unless of course you were a "flirty, two-timing bad girl" or an insufferable "Cad." Then you always got your comeuppance in the final few panels. Why color Mandalas When You Can Color Drama!(TM)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537716312
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/29/2016
Pages: 26
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.05(d)

About the Author

I grew up in the late fifties and early sixties. Being a child of the space-age I was surrounded by comics. This was due in part to my older sister, Barbara, who was an avid comic reader. But she and her friends read those "Girly romance comics." I, on the other hand, was obsessed with super heroes, monsters, horror and sci-fi comics. But when Barbara wasn't around, I'd seek-a-peek at her "Girly books." After all there were plenty of beautifully drawn pictures of girls in bathing suits, Tennis outfits and short-shorts for a young boy to ogle, er, I meant appreciate the impressive artwork. When I grew older I became a graphic designer and comics, or as they are called today, graphic novels took on a whole new meaning. Actually one must now appreciate the craftsman or womanship that went into to creating these monthly romance masterpieces. That's why I created the Romance Comic Coloring Book series, so these long forgotten comics can be introduced to a whole new audience. I live in rural Pennsylvania with my wife Cathy who is also a graphic designer and accomplished Glass Mosaic Artist. We share our house with a crazed Bichon, a handful of Parakeets and the yard with an occasional garbage ransacking bear.

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