Love is a force of nature, which cannot be dictated as to where, when and how it should express itself. Love doesn’t come with any conditions or agenda, love radiates itself independently just like the sun. In life, anything can be bought whether it is loyalty, companionship, attention but not love. Even an orgasm can be bought but love comes by the grace of its own will and it’s own timing, not subjected to any human’s planning. Love allows room for anger, grief or pain to be expressed and released because love is its own law. And this has been perfectly portrayed on the below given illustrations.

A relationship is a connection you share with someone special, there’s no compromise in a relationship, but an understanding between two people. It is a connection where you trust each other no matter what, support each other through the bad times, smile and be happy in the good times and above all being there for each other no matter what. A relationship isn’t when you give up at the first sign of difficulty. It’s when you fight as hell to keep each other going. They are about growing together, being each other’s backbone, being supportive, honest with each other, and inspiring one another to be a better person. Failed relationships are often a source of great psychological anguish. Most of us have to work consciously to master the skills necessary to make them flourish. Relationships require a lot of work and a lot of communication, but it can still be hard to understand what the other person is thinking.

Thai Illustrator Tuna Dunn, 24, whose full name is Tunlaya Dunnvatanachit has three published graphic novels and has over 50,000 fans, she’s come a long way since she began publishing sweet and painful comics about crushes, heartbreak and relationships for the past three years. She likes to write in English because there is less misinterpretation and it’s more straightforward because her mother tongue doesn’t provide the romantic ideas and language necessary for what she is trying to express and she does not find Thai culture affectionate. Dunn also depends heavily on dark humor and sarcasm, which don’t translate to Thai, a culture in which much of the humor is slapstick and sarcasm often go over people’s heads.

We bring these three love and relationships in a cute comic form artistically compiled by Tuna Dunn in her illustrations. So, sit back and enjoy.

1. Wrong Guy!

2. No one can be of any help, in this matter.

3. Not working is work in itself.

4. Sleepless nights!

5. Never content!

6. Shoes tell a lot.

7. Who cares!

8. Hair is all that matters.

9. The wrong reason

10. That’s very true.

11. Check the motive!

12. A Liar!

13. Honesty is never the best policy.

14. A reactor response!

15. Jealousy is good.

16. Tummy Hill Figure!

17. Always hear the full story.

18. An explosive love story.

19. The lonely box.

20. WOW! What a request.

21. Not the time!

22. Wrong Focus!

23. Bedtime Stories!

24. There’s always a tomorrow.

25. The height of Love!

26. Beauty and the Beast.

27. No one cares.

28. Rising is fine, but setting down is finer.

29. Mirror! Mirror!

30. No more colas in a movie hall.

31. Being Human!

32. Identity Crisis!

33. The Fittest!

34. The wrong advertisement.

35. It’s all about togetherness.

36. Who won?

37. A click to stick.

38. Not meant for all issues.