Love can make children feel invincible, while inducing grown men - hard men - to cry bitter, childish tears. It sets it sights on an infinite number of people, places, ideas, and objects. In a ring on a finger, a team logo tattooed on a forearm, or a woman standing 5 feet away when she is legally bound to be at least 50; love finds expression is countless ways, and not all of them are healthy.
The purpose of this first issue of Prodigal's Chair will be to explore how love - loving something, being loved - colors the human experience.
Header art by T. Guzzio.