A New Idea

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

 

 

 

Transcript:

The soft-minded man always fears change.

He…has an almost morbid fear of the new.

For him, the greatest
pain is the pain of
a new idea.

–Martin Luther King Jr.

Photo by Javier Allegue Barros on Unsplash

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The soft-minded man always fears change.

He...has an almost morbid fear of the new.

For him, the greatest
pain is the pain of
a new idea.

--Martin Luther King Jr.

Photo by Javier Allegue Barros on Unsplash

Dripping Wet Love

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Dick Giordano from Love Diary #29, Sept. 1963. Curious about the original vintage comic book? Click the link to read the entire issue for free.

In case the cover text is hard to read: “Lew’s lips gently brushed mine as he whispered “I love you.”…I wanted desperately to respond, to tell him I adored him…But a specter from the past installed…”Terror in My Heart”

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A man and woman are in pouring rain. The man has the woman’s face cradled in his hands and appears about to kiss her. The woman has her eyes closed in obvious pleasure.

MAN: Too wet?

WOMAN: Never!

1963 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: John Lustig

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SCENE: A man and woman are in pouring rain. The man has the woman's face cradled in his hands and appears about to kiss her. The woman has her eyes closed in obvious pleasure.

MAN: Too wet?

WOMAN: Never!

1963 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: John Lustig

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You Can Kiss Me…Today

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Dick Giordano from Just Married #38, Oct. 1964. Curious about the original vintage comic book? Click the link to read the entire issue for free.

Transcribe:

SCENE: A bride and groom are about to kiss at their wedding. In the background, a man and woman look on.

GROOM: Mind if I kiss you?

BRIDE: I guess it’ll be okay…this time!

1964 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira Dialogue:John Lustig

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SCENE: A bride and groom are about to kiss at their wedding. In the background, a man and woman look on.

GROOM: Mind if I kiss you?

BRIDE: I guess it’ll be okay...this time!

1964 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira Dialogue:John Lustig

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Who Am I?

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Bill Ward in the story “Rapture at Homecoming Time” in DIARY LOVES #8, 1951. Curious about the original vintage comic book? Click the link to read the entire issue for free.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A distressed woman wearing an evening gown and opera gloves runs after someone who is off panel.

WOMAN: Wait! I can change! Just tell me… who you want me to be!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira Text: John Lustig

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SCENE: A distressed woman wearing an evening gown and opera gloves runs after someone who is off panel.

WOMAN: Wait! I can change! Just tell me... who you want me to be!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira Text: John Lustig

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

A new tale of love & lust from Tony Isabella & Allen Freeman!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Vince Colletta from the story “The Girl Next Door” in First Kiss #3, May 1958. Charlton Comics. Curious about the original vintage comic book? Click the link to read the entire issue for free.

 

 

 

 

 

Transcript:

Scene: Two women in silhouette talking outside in the dark.

WOMAN 1: Is that you, Danny?

WOMAN 2: No, it’s me, Sandy!

WOMAN 1: Have you seen my boyfriend Danny?

WOMAN 2: Have you seen my Jimmy?

WOMAN 1: It’s so dark! They probably got lost.

WOMAN 2: Because they wouldn’t ask for directions.

WOMAN 1: *giggle* Wanna make out?

WOMAN 2: Heck, yeah!

1958 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman
Writer: Tony Isabella

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Scene: Two women in silhouette talking outside in the dark.

WOMAN 1: Is that you, Danny?

WOMAN 2: No, it’s me, Sandy!

WOMAN 1: Have you seen my boyfriend Danny?

WOMAN 2: Have you seen my Jimmy?

WOMAN 1: It’s so dark! They probably got lost.

WOMAN 2: Because they wouldn’t ask for directions.

WOMAN 1: *giggle* Wanna make out?

WOMAN 2: Heck, yeah!

1958 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman
Writer: Tony Isabella

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