Drill Me

I Love You Deeply

Drill Me

I dug deep for this joke. Too deep?

Art by L.B. Cole from the cover of Top Love Stories #6, Feb. 1951.

 

TRANSCRIPT:

SCENE: Man and red-headed woman embracing passionately—about to kiss.

MAN: I don’t care what anyone says! I know you’re good…deep down!

WOMAN: Sure! I get better the deeper you go!

1951 Art: L.B. Cole Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk322

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Man and red-headed woman embracing passionately---about to kiss.

MAN: I don’t care what anyone says! I know you’re good...deep down!

WOMAN: Sure! I get better the deeper you go!

1951 Art: L.B. Cole Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk322

It’s Easy to Be Difficult

I hate it when women beat me with rolling pins. Make pies, not wars.

Art by Matt Baker from Anchors Andrews #1, January 1953. Click image to enlarge.

Transcript:

SCENE: Angry woman with rolling pin.

WOMAN: You think I’m easy? Mister, you’re about to find out how difficult I can be!

1953 Art: Matt Baker Re-Creation: Kirsten Wilson

Art Code: KW.lk14

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Angry woman with rolling pin.

WOMAN: You think I’m easy? Mister, you’re about to find out how difficult I can be!

1953 Art: Matt Baker Re-Creation: Kirsten Wilson

Art Code: KW.lk14

Nude Picnic

I’m trying to decide what not to wear today.

Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story “Kiss and Run” in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.

 

Transcript:
SCENE: Woman in front of a picnic-style checkered pattern.

WOMAN: A nude picnic? B-but I don’t have anything nice to not wear!

1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk310

↓ Transcript
Transcript:
SCENE: Woman in front of a picnic-style checkered pattern.

WOMAN: A nude picnic? B-but I don’t have anything nice to not wear!

1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk310

Movie Quotes: All The King’s Men

Is he a jerk? The answer is staring you in the face!

Art by Nick Cardy from the story “Good-Time Girl” in My Real Love #5, 1952.

 

Transcript:
WOMAN: Was she pretty?
MAN: How should I know? I wasn’t looking at her…face!*

1952 Artist: Nick Cardy Figure Restoration & Color: Allen Freeman
*Dialogue adapted from the 1949 movie All the King’s Men

Art Code: MyRL5.18.2

↓ Transcript
Transcript:
WOMAN: Was she pretty?
MAN: How should I know? I wasn't looking at her…face!*

1952 Artist: Nick Cardy Figure Restoration & Color: Allen Freeman
*Dialogue adapted from the 1949 movie All the King’s Men

Art Code: MyRL5.18.2

More Amor

Art by Matt Baker from the cover of CRIME REPORTER #3, 1948. Click image to enlarge.

 

Transcript:
Startled/Afraid Woman in a slinky cocktail dress: Oh, no! it’s my boyfriend! And he’s with my girlfriend! And my other boyfriend! And is that… one of my husbands?

1948 Art: Matt Baker Re-Creation: Kirsten Wilson

Art Code: KW.lk18

↓ Transcript
Transcript:
Startled/Afraid Woman in a slinky cocktail dress: Oh, no! it’s my boyfriend! And he’s with my girlfriend! And my other boyfriend! And is that... one of my husbands?

1948 Art: Matt Baker Re-Creation: Kirsten Wilson

Art Code: KW.lk18