November 26, 2012
Punk rock premier: Love & Rocket #1, Fall 1982. Front cover by Jaime.
No one draws breasts like Beto: Love & Rockets #1, Fall 1982. BEM by Gilbert.
Maggie's creepers: Love & Rockets #4, Fall 1983. Maggie by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #4, Fall 1983. More Locas by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #24, December 1987. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #30, July 1989.
Significant: Love & Rockets #32, May 1990. Front cover by Gilbert.
Love & Rockets #32, May 1990. Maggie & Hopey by Jaime.
Occupy All Streets: Love & Rockets #33, August 1990. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #33, August 1990. From Poison River by Gilbert.
Politically correct: Love & Rockets #36, November 1991. Front cover by Gilbert.
Love & Rockets #50, May 1996.
Love & Rockets Vol. II #16, Spring 2006. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets Vol. II #17, Summer 2006. Cover by Gilbert.
Punk rock premier: Love & Rocket #1, Fall 1982. Front cover by Jaime.
No one draws breasts like Beto: Love & Rockets #1, Fall 1982. BEM by Gilbert.
Maggie's creepers: Love & Rockets #4, Fall 1983. Maggie by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #4, Fall 1983. More Locas by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #24, December 1987. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #30, July 1989.
Significant: Love & Rockets #32, May 1990. Front cover by Gilbert.
Love & Rockets #32, May 1990. Maggie & Hopey by Jaime.
Occupy All Streets: Love & Rockets #33, August 1990. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets #33, August 1990. From Poison River by Gilbert.
Politically correct: Love & Rockets #36, November 1991. Front cover by Gilbert.
Love & Rockets #50, May 1996.
Love & Rockets Vol. II #16, Spring 2006. Front cover by Jaime.
Love & Rockets Vol. II #17, Summer 2006. Cover by Gilbert.

Love & Rockets, the comic book series by ‘Los Bros’ Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The Hernandez Brothers have been drawing their soap operatic story lines and publishing them together under the title Love & Rockets since 1982. In the last thirty years, we’ve seen their beloved cast of characters—including Jaime’s California ‘Locas’ punk girls and Gilbert’s mythical Palomar inhabitants—go through what time does: age, change, complicate. One thing that’s never changed is how stylish Hernandez women are. In honor of L&R‘s 30th anniversary, we combed through a comics archive and picked out some of our favorite fashion moments from the most stylish girls of comics.

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