This installment of I (heart) Marvel features three short love stories done in various Japanese styles of art. These stories, all written by C.B. Cebulski, particularly feature Vision and Scarlet Witch, Medusa and Black Bolt, and Daredevil and Elektra. Each is drawn by a Japanese artist, but they fall into varying styles of manga inspired art.
Synopsis: Scarlet Witch recounts her date with the Vision to Wasp and Black Widow. She describes the evening as "magical," but it got off to an awkward, rocky start. Vision, being an android, attempts to cope with human dating customs but fails miserably several times, particularly when he showed up in costume and brought her to a tarot card reader. But, later, they work out their problems and discover that each is human in their own way.
Synopsis: Medusa attempts to come to terms with being married to Black Bolt, a man who can never speak. In her mind, she longs to hear him speak or whisper or make any sounds at all. As much as some women desire some peace and quiet, Medusa can't resign herself to accepting Black Bolt's condition entirely, even though they have no problem with communication.
Synopsis: The wacky story that is Daredevil's love life begins with him and Elektra, leaping across rooftops before he excuses himself to go to court. They kiss, but Black Widow oversees them and vows to kill Elektra so that she can have Matt to herself. The fight until they both pass out. When they come to, Black Widow tells her why she attacked her, but then they see Matt walk down the street with a young woman (presumably Karen Page). Angry, Elektra wings a sai at his head.
Notes: This story contains no dialogue. Instead, their speech is described using charactures in word balloons, much like how Bart's thoughts were illustrated in Impulse.