People Who Aren’t as Smart as You

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “One Too Many Heartbreaks” in FIRST KISS #39, 1964.

 

 

TRANSCRIPT:

CAPTION: Unlike you, most people are already having trouble keeping their New Year’s resolutions! Why? Well, frankly they’re not as smart as you! (And not as easily flattered either!) Take Bob for instance…please!

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Hi, Bob! Why the long face?

WOMAN: Oh, he’s just grumpy because of his New Year’s resolution! He’s giving up comics…to make me happy! Not more than hot, wild love with me!

BOB: Actually, I’d settle for a mildly arousing handshake if I could just keep reading Last Kiss!

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “One Too Many Heartbreaks” in FIRST KISS #39, 1964.

Art Codes: 39.1.4.4 & 39.1.4.5

 

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CAPTION: Unlike you, most people are already having trouble keeping their New Year’s resolutions! Why? Well, frankly they’re not as smart as you! (And not as easily flattered either!) Take Bob for instance…please!

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Hi, Bob! Why the long face?

WOMAN: Oh, he’s just grumpy because of his New Year’s resolution! He’s giving up comics...to make me happy! Not more than hot, wild love with me!

BOB: Actually, I’d settle for a mildly arousing handshake if I could just keep reading Last Kiss!

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story "One Too Many Heartbreaks" in FIRST KISS #39, 1964.

Art Codes: 39.1.4.4 & 39.1.4.5




Good for…Her?

Art by Sid Greene from the story “People Will Talk” in New Romances #11, 1952.

Curious about the story this art comes from? You can read the entire story and the rest of the vintage comic book here on the free comics site, ComicBookPlus.com.

 

TRANSCRIPT:

SCENE: Woman and man embracing.

WOMAN (thinking): OMG! I just realized he’s right! I am too good for him!

1952 Art: Sid Greene Re-Creation: Elite Avni-Sharon

Art Code: EAS.lk6

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SCENE: Woman and man embracing.

WOMAN (thinking): OMG! I just realized he’s right! I am too good for him!

1952 Art: Sid Greene Re-Creation: Elite Avni-Sharon

Art Code: EAS.lk6

I’m All Yours

He’s hoping for a high-interest loan.

Art by Alex Toth & Mike Peppe from the story “The Man Who Was Always On Time” in Out of the Shadows #12, March 1954.

 

 

Transcript:

MAN: I’m all yours…except for the tiny part I loan out to other women!

1954 Art: Alex Toth & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk495

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MAN: I’m all yours…except for the tiny part I loan out to other women!

1954 Art: Alex Toth & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk495

Dear Mr. Last Kiss

Sorry. No original art this time.

 

Transcript:

Dear Mr. Last Kiss:

I’m a normal, well-adjusted young woman who loves comics…
and men!

My current husband–
(Lucky #13!!! )–thinks I have issues. What do you think?

–Twitchy in Texas

MR: Last Kiss: I’m an expert in love!

Dear Twitchy:

There’s nothing wrong with
having issues…as long as they’re
issues of comic books.

So grab some copies of Betty &
Veronica—Serial Killers and tell
your hubby to lighten up!

If he doesn’t—dump him! (Preferably some- place secluded where no one will find the body.)

Afterwards you’ll have more time to devote to your issues. See? You’re feeling better already!

–Mr. Last Kiss

Art Codes: 2.1.5.5DM & Mr.LastKiss31.1.1

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Dear Mr. Last Kiss:

I’m a normal, well-adjusted young woman who loves comics...
and men!

My current husband--
(Lucky #13!!! )--thinks I have issues. What do you think?

--Twitchy in Texas

MR: Last Kiss: I'm an expert in love!

Dear Twitchy:

There’s nothing wrong with
having issues…as long as they’re
issues of comic books.

So grab some copies of Betty &
Veronica---Serial Killers and tell
your hubby to lighten up!

If he doesn’t---dump him! (Preferably some- place secluded where no one will find the body.)

Afterwards you’ll have more time to devote to your issues. See? You’re feeling better already!

--Mr. Last Kiss

Art Codes: 2.1.5.5DM & Mr.LastKiss31.1.1

I Can’t Marry Every Man

Script by Will Eisner. Art by Dan Zolnerowich from the story “The Legion of Living Bombs” from Smash Comics #14, 1940.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman in turban talking to a man.

WOMAN: Be realistic! I can’t marry every man who showers me with gifts…flies me to Paris…and divorces his wife for me!

1940 Art: Dan Zolnerowich Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk497

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SCENE: Woman in turban talking to a man.

WOMAN: Be realistic! I can’t marry every man who showers me with gifts…flies me to Paris…and divorces his wife for me!

1940 Art: Dan Zolnerowich Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk497