I won’t kill you (much) if you date someone else…

Click on image to enlarge the original 1951 art from Sweethearts #104.

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WOMAN: Sure! Date anyone you want...as long as she’s me!

Artist unknown
Restoration & color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Sex with…Whom?

The original art (below) is from First Kiss #3, 1958. Click on image to enlarge.

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The Story:

Stella has been dating Bill (the guy in panel 2.) But, when he tries to take her for a ride, she breaks up with him.

Why? Because she’s still in love with her old beau—Denny.

Unaware that fickle Stella is once again in the mood for love (and sex?), Denny decides to leave town—for good.

Fortunately, Stella discovers that Denny is taking the next train out of town. And so…

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WOMAN: Sure! I’ve had sex! Uh, wait! You mean with someone else?

Art: John Tartaglione
Digital Cleanup: Heather Chesnut Color: Dan McConnell

Women are like cars

Joking aside, we all know that only some women are like cars.

Most women are more like bicycles. No driver’s licenses are required. Simple to maintain. Easy to ride. Crash helmets recommended.

Only fast, expensive women are like cars.

The original art (right) is from First Kiss #4, 1958.

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SCENE: A mom is talking to her daughter.

MOM: Sweetie, women are like cars! Men want ‘em more…before they stick their keys in and drive away!

Art: John Tartaglionei
Digital Cleanup: Heather Chesnut Color: Dan McConnell

An Indecent Proposal?

Original art from First Kiss #19 (1961).

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SCENE: Young woman getting dressed or undressed as she talks to another woman---possibly her mom.

YOUNG WOMAN: We’re at that awkward stage! He hasn’t proposed yet... and I’m still married to his dad!

Artist Unknown
Color by Dan McConnell

I Love Kids, But…

Last Kiss Wisdom for the Day:

Asking if a child is yours is rarely a good way to start a romantic evening.

It is, however, a guaranteed method to end one—immediately.

To the right is the original art from First Kiss #11. (1959)

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SCENE: Man talking to woman with a child.

MAN: Sure, I love kids, unless…hey, they aren’t mine, are they?

Art: Art Cappello & Vince Alascia
Color: Allen Freeman