Halloween Treat

I figured yesterday’s comic was going to my last Halloween gag this year. But then this idea popped into my head a couple of hours ago. And I already had the perfect art for it thanks to my pal Mike Pascale. So…I went for it. Happy Halloween!

Art by John Tartaglione from the story “The Sea Green Eyes!” from First Kiss #5, 1958.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Male zombie and very human and alive girl are hugging.

GIRL: I voted early!

ZOMBIE: I knew you had…braaains!

1958 Inks: John Tartaglione Color: Allen Freeman Gag: John Lustig
Zombification & Additional Color: Mike Pascale

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SCENE: Male zombie and very human and alive girl are hugging.

GIRL: I voted early!

ZOMBIE: I knew you had...braaains!

1958 Inks: John Tartaglione Color: Allen Freeman Gag: John Lustig
Zombification & Additional Color: Mike Pascale

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Kiddy Kat Kandy

Happy Halloween, everyone!

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A photo of a cat wearing a tie (with a candy corn pattern) and an orange shirt collar.

CAT: KitKat Bars? Again?!! %$#@!!! Where are the good Halloween treats…like rats?

Photo: Brandon Griggs Dialogue: John Lustig

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SCENE: A photo of a cat wearing a tie (with a candy corn pattern) and an orange shirt collar.

CAT: KitKat Bars? Again?!! %$#@!!! Where are the good Halloween treats...like rats?

Photo: Brandon Griggs Dialogue: John Lustig



‘Til Life Do They Part

Art by Dick Giordano from Secrets of Young Brides #36, 1957.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Two old women are standing, talking in a graveyard.

WOMAN #1: I buried my husband here!

WOMAN #2: I didn’t know he died!

WOMAN #1: He didn’t.

1957 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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SCENE: Two old women are standing, talking in a graveyard.

WOMAN #1: I buried my husband here!

WOMAN #2: I didn't know he died!

WOMAN #1: He didn't.

1957 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Lair of the Spider Lady

My thanks to Allen Freeman and Felina Vie for another fun holiday photo.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Felina Vie dressed in a sexy, black costume with a giant spider and spider web in the background.

FELINA: Don’t try to resist! Just come closer! Closer! And let me devour your little fly heart!

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SCENE: Felina Vie dressed in a sexy, black costume with a giant spider and spider web in the background.

FELINA: Don’t try to resist! Just come closer! Closer! And let me devour your little fly heart!

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Different Worlds, Same Love

Gorgo love courtesy of matchmaker Tony Isabella.

Artist unknown, but possibly by Dick Giordano & Vince Colletta. From Gorgo #10, Dec. 1962.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Gorgo and another giant creature are fighting (or hugging) as skyscrapers are knocked two the ground and turned to rubble. In the background a flying saucer attacks with some sort of ray blast and a helicopter is also flying nearby.

CAPTION #1: Though they were literally from different worlds…

CAPTION #2: everyone could see their love was true.

CAPTION #3: However, there were some issues…

CAPTION #4: with their reception and wedding night.

CAPTION #5: Mar-a-Lago would never be the same.

1962 Art: Unknown, but possibly by Dick Giordano & Vince Colletta Restoration: John Lustig
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: Gorgo and another giant creature are fighting (or hugging) as skyscrapers are knocked two the ground and turned to rubble. In the background a flying saucer attacks with some sort of ray blast and a helicopter is also flying nearby.

CAPTION #1: Though they were literally from different worlds...

CAPTION #2: everyone could see their love was true.

CAPTION #3: However, there were some issues...

CAPTION #4: with their reception and wedding night.

CAPTION #5: Mar-a-Lago would never be the same.

1962 Art: Unknown, but possibly by Dick Giordano & Vince Colletta Restoration: John Lustig
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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