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''Love'' is a comic series by [[Matt Fagan]] of Chicago.  The series follows the adventures of a gay couple living in the city.  Conceived as an alternative to the other gay-themed comics on the market, the protagonists of ''Love'' (Pokie and Jack) are impoverished artist-types with big dreams, no money and little interest in gyms, cruising, or fancy French restaurants.  
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'''Love''' is a [[comic]] series by [[Matt Fagan]] of Chicago, Illinois.  The series follows the adventures of a gay couple living in the city.  Conceived as an alternative to the other gay-themed comics on the market, the protagonists of '''Love''' ,Pokie and Jack, are impoverished artist-types with big dreams, no money and little interest in gyms, cruising, or fancy French restaurants.  
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The series has been self-published in four volumes, and was recently collected into a single trade paperback by [http://www.thezerocabinet.com The Zero Cabinet Publishing].
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The series has been self-published in four volumes, and was recently collected into a single trade paperback by The Zero Cabinet Publishing.
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==External Link==
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* [http://www.thezerocabinet.com The Zero Cabinet Publishing]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Illinois Zines]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:Comic Zine]]
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[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

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Love
Love
Love Omnibus Volume One
Love Omnibus Volume One

Love is a comic series by Matt Fagan of Chicago, Illinois. The series follows the adventures of a gay couple living in the city. Conceived as an alternative to the other gay-themed comics on the market, the protagonists of Love ,Pokie and Jack, are impoverished artist-types with big dreams, no money and little interest in gyms, cruising, or fancy French restaurants.

The series has been self-published in four volumes, and was recently collected into a single trade paperback by The Zero Cabinet Publishing.

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