It Rhymes With Lust :
It Rhymes With Lust
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For Young Adults · 131 pages
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In 1950, writers Arnold Drake and Leslie Waller, both attending college on the G.I. Bill, envisioned a sophisticated, novel-length comic tailored to their peers. Collaborating with comic art master Matt Baker, known for singularly defining the genre of "good girl art" on titles such as Phantom Lady, they crafted a film-noir inspired masterwork of romance, intrigue, and moral relativity. When cynical newspaperman Hal Weber reunites with old flame Rust Masson, he finds the beguiling widow of a mining magnate willing to do anything to undermine the local political machine - her only opponent for total control of Copper City!
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Author: Arnold Drake    Author: Leslie Waller    Art: Matt Baker   

  • 5 days
    These comics are more fun than watching those old movie melodramas, because you're playing all the roles as you read!
    • 2 days
      I read this, it definitely reminded me of those old movies I used to watch on Turner Classic Movies.
      • 2 days
        Yeah. In the 90's, I wrote a play that besides being a romp through a melodramatic story set in the '70's, was also a kind of "meta" statement on melodrama as a form of storytelling...
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