How He Came to Kiss Me

Art by Chasal (Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani) in the story "How He Came to Kiss Me" from FIRST KISS #21, 1961.

Art by Chasal (Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani) in the story “How He Came to Kiss Me” from FIRST KISS #21, 1961.

Meanwhile, back in 1961…
See the original 1961 art and dialogue for today’s Last Kiss webcomic here.

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6 Comments

  1. Good grief, woman! How much scheming and effort could it possibly take? She: “Kiss me.” He: “Sure.”

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  2. Right you are Mister B. Men are easy.

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  3. More scheming than you might think. After all, their hair is done perfectly, his tie and suit are perfectly set up. It takes a lot of scheming to get a slob looking like that!

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  4. Other possible obstacles to her quickly getting a kiss? Him being gay and married to her brother?

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  5. It was actually having to murder his wife and his mistresses first. Then getting rid of the bodies and making it seem like a tragic series of accidents. So much scheming and effort. But it will come in handy if he steps out of line later!

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  6. If, according to the overall title, he had to come before he kissed her, things were rather strangely schemed.

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