Super Villain Sex

Artist unknown. From the story “Death Stalks at Night” in AMERICA’S BEST COMICS #27, 1948. Click link to read the entire story for free on

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SCENE: Masked superhero woman in a red domino mask.

SUPERHERO: Super villains are scum! I punch ’em! Kick ’em! And lock ’em up! But do they ever call for a second date? Almost never!

1948 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira


Titillating Tears?

Pencils by Ross Andru from the story “Take Me Back” in ‘HEART AND SOUL #2, 1954.

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SCENE: Woman crying and sniffing into a handkerchief.

WOMAN: Tell me the truth! Am I still adorable?

1954 Pencils: Ross Andru Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira


Appointment for Love

Want to marry her? Make an appointment!

Art by Chasal (Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani) from the story “My Silent Love” in FIRST KISS #21, 1961.

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SCENE: Two young women sitting on a couch/sofa talking.

WOMAN #1: I can't marry both of them!

WOMAN #2: Are you sure? Maybe you could marry one now...and the other later!

1961 Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani Color: Allen Freeman

Marry One, Get Two

Art by Bill Ward from the story “Rapture at Homecoming Time ” in DIARY LOVES #8. 1951.

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SCENE: Man talking to red-headed woman.

MAN: But, Honey, it won’t be bigamy! You’re identical twins!

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


100 Percent, Almost Truthful

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Man Vs. Diary” in FIRST KISS #33, 1963. Click image to enlarge.

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SCENE: Woman writing in a book as she talks to a man.

WOMAN: My book's gonna be 100 percent truthful…about everything and everyone...except me!

1963 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman