R.B.G….R.I.P

Nope. Nothing funny about this Last Kiss. Rest in peace, Ruth.

 

 

Transcript:

Heart: March 15, 1933 – Sept. 18, 2020
The Glorious, Notorious RBG

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March 15, 1933 - Sept. 18, 2020
The Glorious, Notorious RBG


Three More Blocks and We Can Get Out of These Clothes

Gag & dry cleaning bill by guest writer Tony Isabella.

Art by George Evans from the Tiger Man story in Rangers Comics #42, Aug. 1948.

 

 

 

Scene:

SCENE: Man (in a military uniform?) carrying a woman in his arms.

MAN: It was my pleasure to carry you over that puddle…but that was seven blocks ago.

WOMAN: Three more blocks and we’ll be at my place…and we can get out of these wet clothes.

MAN: My clothes are completely dry.

WOMAN: I wasn’t talking about you, handsome!

1948 Art: George Evans Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: Man (in a military uniform?) carrying a woman in his arms.

MAN: It was my pleasure to carry you over that puddle...but that was seven blocks ago.

WOMAN: Three more blocks and we’ll be at my place...and we can get out of these wet clothes.

MAN: My clothes are completely dry.

WOMAN: I wasn't talking about you, handsome!

1948 Art: George Evans Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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Maiden Voyage

Art by Dick Giordano in Romantic Story #72, June 1964.

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SCENE: A moonlight cruise. In the background a man in a captain's hat and a redheaded woman embrace and are about to kiss. In the foreground, a beautiful brunette woman looks on with longing. Superimposed over her is a broken heart.

REDHEAD: This is my maiden voyage!

CAPTAIN: Not for long!

BRUNETTE (thinking): Oh, barf!

CAPTION: Try not to lose your lunch when you read her tasteful tale of woe...

HEART CAPTION: "I Was Seasick...with Lust!"

1964 Art: Dick Giordano New Color: Allen Freeman

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Cruella de Sheena

I’d love to add a laugh track to this consisting entirely of hyenas guffaws. Hyenas love a good joke—or even a mediocre one.

Art by Joe Doolin from the cover of Jumbo 105 (Fiction House), Nov. 1947.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Wearing a skimpy, leopard skin outfit, Sheena battles what appears to be a native woman who is either a priestess or chieftess. The native woman—who like Sheena—wears a skimpy outfit. She’s holding a spear that Sheena is trying to wrest away from here. Meanwhile a pack of angry and apparently hungry hyenas are rush towards a man who is tied to a stake in the background.

NATIVE WOMAN: You can’t stop me…or my hyenas, Sheena!

SHEENA: I don’t want to stop them! I want to wear them!

CAPTION: Watch for Sheena in Disney’s new, laugh-filled masterpiece:101 Hyenas

1947 Pencils: Joe Doolin
Restoration & New Dialogue: John Lustig ©2020 Last Kiss Inc

ART: Jumbo 105 Cover

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SCENE: Wearing a skimpy, leopard skin outfit, Sheena battles what appears to be a native woman who is either a priestess or chieftess. The native woman---who like Sheena---wears a skimpy outfit. She's holding a spear that Sheena is trying to wrest away from here. Meanwhile a pack of angry and apparently hungry hyenas are rush towards a man who is tied to a stake in the background.

NATIVE WOMAN: You can’t stop me…or my hyenas, Sheena!

SHEENA: I don’t want to stop them! I want to wear them!

CAPTION: Watch for Sheena in Disney’s new, laugh-filled masterpiece:101 Hyenas

1947 Pencils: Joe Doolin
Restoration & New Dialogue: John Lustig ©2020 Last Kiss Inc

ART: Jumbo 105 Cover

Remember to Breathe

This lesson courtesy of guest writer Tony Isabella.

Art by John Tartaglione from the story “My Confidence Man” in FIRST KISS #5, 1958.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman getting out of a car. A man is sitting in the driver’s seat of the car.

WOMAN: Dear boy, I’ve taught you how to be a fit companion for more refined women. Now go practice your breathing exercises. After all…Tomorrow is your all-important oral examination.

MAN: Ulp!

1958 Art: John Tartaglione Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer & Teacher’s Aide: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: Woman getting out of a car. A man is sitting in the driver's seat of the car.

WOMAN: Dear boy, I’ve taught you how to be a fit companion for more refined women. Now go practice your breathing exercises. After all...Tomorrow is your all-important oral examination.

MAN: Ulp!

1958 Art: John Tartaglione Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer & Teacher’s Aide: Tony Isabella

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