Faking a Boyfriend

Original art by Vince Colletta Studio in First Kiss #8, 1959.

Original art by Vince Colletta Studio in First Kiss #8, 1959. Click art to enlarge.

Ladies, don’t you just hate it when you have to trick people into thinking you have a love life that doesn’t require batteries? Fortunately, Don is available. And he doesn’t require electricity—although an occasional little blue pill might come in handy.

Meanwhile, back in the present…

See the spiffed-up, new version of the art with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

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  1. I like the phallic symbolism of the fountain in the last panel. It’s funny to me but perhaps unintended that the fountain base appears to be an extra large “nut”. I hope it’s an example of late 50’s artists sneaking one by the censors.

    • Dave, now that you mention it, that fountain is a little suspicious—and wacky. I wouldn’t be surprised if Vince wasn’t having a bit of fun there.

  2. I never bothered trying to trick anyone into thinking I did more when I only had my toys, but now that I decided I needed a man it was not difficult to find one who shares my tastes. I hope that we can also be best friends (working on that now) but in any case, the sex is great (and no pills- just a little lube for me). I enjoy the art (have always been an amateur artist myself).

  3. DAZZ, absolutely right. You don’t want to trick people—especially if you want to be best friends.


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