Preview The Return Of Love Machines – Romance And Technology: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

There's a reasonable chance you've come across the work of Josh Trujillo, particularly if you attend conventions on the West Coast. He's active in association with PRISM and in the LGBTQ community creating comics, as well as dabbling in mainstream works, and his comic Love Machines arrived on ComiXology (previously available in print at conventions and serialized online) back in May.

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The comic has continued not only into a second but a third issue, and landed on ComiXology this week. It's a comic previously described as "how romance and progress have collided throughout human history", and attests to Trujillo's concerns for modern life and our human reaction to the difficulties we face forming relationships these days. Written by Trujillo and featuring art by Patrick Horvath  and Dave Valeza, issue #3 features love via smartphone and well, some mechanical medical complications…

Here's our preview of this new addition to the series:

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About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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