Time to revive a dead topic.
I've been recently trying to write romantic scenes for a comic. Most romance in comics is either the female is just some reward, or it's kind of forced. Stan Lee, I feel, had the best way of doing relationships: both sides have to have strong characteristics and have reasons to get together.
As for a comic series I'm making, I am writing a woman slowly falling in love with a man in autism, as she starts to slowly teach him to get more adjusted to society. He's more open and careful with how he feels toward her, and she starts to feel similar ways toward him.
The dynamic can't be one sided if you're going for romance. Someone can have a crush on someone, but to actually keep romance involved, it has to show both being interested, and show why they like each other. You also have to find a realistic reason for these people to admire each other. Forced romance is the worst kind in a story, and it feels very common in comic books.