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NOT A DECIMATION BOOK! Not guest-starring WOLVERINE! Not the return of HAWKEYE! No, this is an EVENT UNLIKE ANY OTHER... a one-shot with today's writers rewriting yesterday's romance stories. Oh, AND IT'S FUNNY!
Print Release Date
June 14 2006
Digital Release Date
May 16 2017
Paul Di Filippo
Joe R. Lansdale
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Marvel Romance Redux (2006)
Collects Marvel Romance Redux: But He Said He Loved Me!, I Should Have Been A Blonde, Love Is A Four-Letter Word, Restraining Orders Are For Other Girls And Guys & Dolls. Continuing the noble pursuit of taking funny old pictures and putting funny words on top of them! We've asked some of the funniest writers in comics today to look at the romance comics of yesteryear and put in some new dialogu
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