These vintage comics with real undertones of modern love will make you realize just how superficial the present day is.

By most standards, modern-day love is eccentric, superficial, fleeting, and disappointing. Truly, dating in modern times lacks commitment like before. Personal tastes take precedence over marital goals unlike the days of our ancestors when marital goals reigned supreme. In fact, people used to let go of their personal likes and dislikes in pursuit of a common goal of a happy life.

Like everything else, these two contrasting contours of love can be represented by the dialogue of comic characters. This is what Peter Nidzgorski did . He portrayed this stark contrast through vintage comics mixed with satirical dialogue that takes aim at the self-centered culture that prevails over the essence of relationships in modern times. The disappointment in modern love is written in every bite he took. In fact, it resulted in a fun and artistic collection of thought-provoking comedic bites. So what are the characteristics of modern love that the artist points to? There is a lot of.

Modern love is about physical intimacy. In fact, women get along pretty easily these days, men get bored of having physical contact with a woman pretty quickly. This reduces the bond that is essential for building a relationship. The artist has captured this character trait through a few very satirical verses inserted into old comics.

In fact, there are people who cringe at the word “relationship”. For them, dating is having a connection and then leaving the partner for another. Building relationships is neither his goal nor his forte.

Dating in modern times is all about gathering information about the partner until he discovers that the partner is a better fit for him. 

Two souls do not fall in love like our ancestors. They just enjoy the company of others to pass the time. The sad reality is that building a relationship is what people are all about these days.

Check out these comics below.

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