Introducing the Sensational Abby Amour

I don’t think I’ve ever been this excited to post a new Last Kiss comic. I’ve been looking forward to this day since early April when Tony Isabella bowled me over with an audacious idea.

Tony suggested doing an ongoing storyline featuring the love-struck Abby Amour. To make it even better, all the art is from a public domain romance story by the great Frank Frazetta.

Every Friday we’ll be posting new Abby Amour episodes. For how long? I’m not sure. But right now we have enough done for almost two more months. And Tony is still writing more—winging it until he comes up with the perfect conclusion to the storyline.

I’m looking forward to each new Friday. I hope you are too!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Frank Frazetta in the story “A Love of My Own” in Personal Love #24, 1953. Published by Eastern Color. Curious to see more? Click the link to read the entire vintage comic book.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Uniformed Joe Cupid (as Love Cop) talks to Lt. Abby Amour.

CAPTION: From the casebook of Joe Cupid

LOGO: LOVE COP

JOE: Dump him, Abby. Only a jerk doesn’t love a woman in a uniform!

ABBY: I could love a man in a uniform, Joe!

ABBY: A man like you!

JOE: You’re pretty easy on the eyes, dollface…

JOE: …but these streets are my girlfriend!

1953 Art: Frank Frazetta
Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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↓ Transcript
SCENE: Uniformed Joe Cupid (as Love Cop) talks to Lt. Abby Amour.

CAPTION: From the casebook of Joe Cupid

LOGO: LOVE COP

JOE: Dump him, Abby. Only a jerk doesn’t love a woman in a uniform!

ABBY: I could love a man in a uniform, Joe!

ABBY: A man like you!

JOE: You’re pretty easy on the eyes, dollface...

JOE: ...but these streets are my girlfriend!

1953 Art: Frank Frazetta
Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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