Clyde is Coming

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "Make Believe" in First Kiss #7, 1959.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Make Believe” in First Kiss #7, 1959.

Yes, there was a time when everyone read newspapers—and used telephones that you couldn’t fit into your pockets. Before that we all communicated via smoke signals and wall carvings. And grunts around the campfire while eating woolly mammoths.

It’s true. Ask your mother. She’ll be delighted that you think she’s so old.

Meanwhile, back in the present…
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Mob Moll

Art by Myron Fass from the story "Women to Love" in COMPLETE ROMANCE #1, 1949.

Art by Myron Fass from the story “Women to Love” in COMPLETE ROMANCE #1, 1949.

Clean and honest are my goals!

Right now I’m about 60 percent clean. (My neck, right bicep and left calf are immaculate!) As for honesty…I’m at least 99.9 percent truthful.

Okay. Now that you mention it…I’m probably only about 34 percent clean. (I washed behind my left armpit.) But so what? I’m still 105 percent honest—maybe more!

Meanwhile, back in the present…
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Things I’ve Thunk

Inks by Vince Colletta from the story "A Forgotten Kiss" in BRIDES IN LOVE #9, 1958.

Inks by Vince Colletta from the story “A Forgotten Kiss” in BRIDES IN LOVE #9, 1958.

5 Things that I Don’t Think and Never Will Think:

1. Uh, gee. I’m not sure. Let me think about it.

2. ???

3. ???

4. ???

5. ???

Meanwhile, back in the present…
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My Secret Admirer Isn’t Secret Anymore

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "A Bouquet of Roses" in FIRST KISS #20, 1961.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “A Bouquet of Roses” in FIRST KISS #20, 1961.

Naturally, I won’t tell you who my secret admirer is. But don’t worry, Darling. It’s not like I’d actually cheat on you—especially with such a close member of your family.

Meanwhile, back in the present…
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Purple Prose

Art by Rafael Astarita from the story "The Miller's Daughter" in FOR A NIGHT OF LOVE #1, 1951.

Art by Rafael Astarita from the story “The Miller’s Daughter” in FOR A NIGHT OF LOVE #1, 1951.

And one silly comics writer made fun of them—moments before one volcano erupted and buried their pretentious asses one after one!

Meanwhile, back in the present…
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July 31st, 2014

The Perfect Man Is Missing

Meanwhile, back in 1959…
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↓ Transcript
SCENE: Woman startled by something she reads in the newspaper.

NEWSPAPER: “Looking for handsome, charming man who promises to love me forever! If found, please return the lying jerk to…”
Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman

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