A Big Box of Wonderful

Here’s some holiday photo-comic fun with photographer Allen Freeman. Plus model Sandy Summer.

Here’s today’s comic without those silly word balloons in the way:

Model Sandy Summer  ©2016 Allen Freeman  Click image to enlarge.

Transcript:

Woman—possibly naked except for red shoes—partially inside a large Christmas gift box.

WOMAN: I’m the gift that keeps on giving!

Model: Sandy Summer Photo: Allen Freeman
Text ©2016 Last Kiss Inc Photo ©2016 Allen Freeman
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Woman---possibly naked except for red shoes---partially inside a large Christmas gift box.

WOMAN: I'm the gift that keeps on giving!

Model: Sandy Summer Photo: Allen Freeman
Text ©2016 Last Kiss Inc Photo ©2016 Allen Freeman
sandybox

Star Wars Holiday Spirit

Here’s some holiday (and Star Wars) photo-comic fun with photographer Allen Freeman. Plus model Caitlin Litzinger.
And, yes, I’m looking forward to seeing the new Star Wars film ROGUE ONE!

 

Below is today’s comic without those silly word balloons in the way:

Click image to enlarge. Model Caitlin Litzinger ©2016 Allen Freeman

Transcript:

Woman dressed up as a skimp-clad Darth Vader wearing a blue Santa cap and holding a Christmas stocking with Yoda inside. In the background is a starry outer space.

WOMAN: I am the Ghost of…Christmas Blockbusters Past!

YODA: May the Sales Force be with you!

Model: Caitlin Litzinger Photo: Allen Freeman
Text ©2016 Last Kiss Inc Photo ©2016 Allen Freeman
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Woman dressed up as a skimp-clad Darth Vader wearing a blue Santa cap and holding a Christmas stocking with Yoda inside. In the background is a starry outer space.

WOMAN: I am the Ghost of...Christmas Blockbusters Past!

YODA: May the Sales Force be with you!

Model: Caitlin Litzinger Photo: Allen Freeman
Text ©2016 Last Kiss Inc Photo ©2016 Allen Freeman
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I Asked My Friends

Pencils by Alberta Tewks from the story “Private Affair” in ALL TRUE ROMANCE #19, 1954.

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman (with lots of cleavage showing) talks to a man.

WOMAN: I asked all my friends…and guess what? They say everything’s your fault!

1954 Pencils: Alberta Tewks Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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SCENE: Woman (with lots of cleavage showing) talks to a man.

WOMAN: I asked all my friends…and guess what? They say everything’s your fault!

1954 Pencils: Alberta Tewks Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Playing Doctor

Artist unknown. From AMERICA’S BEST COMICS #22, 1947.

Transcript:

SCENE: Man with mustache.

MAN: I only play a doctor on TV, Miss! So maybe one of us should put our clothes back on!

1947 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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SCENE: Man with mustache.

MAN: I only play a doctor on TV, Miss! So maybe one of us should put our clothes back on!

1947 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Redhead Power

This comic’s dedicated to my wife Shelagh and daughter Caitie Lustig—both redheads and “already perfect!

 

Art by Bill Ward from the story “I Danced with Heartbreak” in DIARY LOVES #9, 1951. Click image to enlarge.

Transcript:

SCENE: Redheaded woman looking at a compact mirror as she puts on her lipstick.

REDHEAD: Dye my hair? But…I’m a redhead! So I’m already perfect!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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SCENE: Redheaded woman looking at a compact mirror as she puts on her lipstick.

REDHEAD: Dye my hair? But...I’m a redhead! So I'm already perfect!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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