Are We Married Yet?

Are We Married Yet?

Art by Edmond Good from the story “Vortex of Death” in DAGAR: DESERT FOX #15, 1948.

Intrigued? Read the entire 1948 comic this story comes from for free on the Comic Book Plus site: http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=34645

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SCENE: Two bare-chested guys. One with rope wrapped around his wrist.

TIED GUY: Are we married yet?

OTHER GUY: Must be! We’ve “tied the knot!”

1948 Art: Edmond Good Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Fake Sex

Fake Sex

 

Art by Jimmy Maxwell from the story “Nitro Nellie: The Savage Safe-Smashers” from CRIMES BY WOMEN #4, 1948.

Intrigued? Read the entire 1948 comic this story comes from for free on the Comic Book Plus site: http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=34645

 

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SCENE: Woman with cigarette in cigarette holder.

WOMAN: You think the news is fake? But my orgasms are real? Interesting!

1948 Art: Jimmy Maxwell Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Superhero Exposed

Superhero Exposed

Pencils by Pierce Rice from the story “The Spider Queen” in THE EAGLE #2, 1941.

Intrigued? Read the entire 1941 comic this story comes from for free on the Comic Book Plus site: http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=34645

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SCENE: Woman superhero in a cape, boots, domino mask and short skirts is floating/standing in the sky.

SUPERHERO (thinking): I’m a hero! I Fly! everyone looks up to me! %$#@ perverts!!! Now I’ll have to wear underwear!

1941 Pencils: Pierce Rice Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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1948 Art: Edmond Good Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Welcome to LepreCon

Welcome to LepreCon

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from me and my partner in today’s comic shenanigans—Mike Pascale.

In addition to transforming a guy in a striped suit (see first panel below) into a leprechaun, Mike provided today’s “lepre-con” pun.

By the way, today’s comic is a mashup of two panels from FIRST KISS Comics. See below.

Art by the Vince Colletta Studio from FIRST KISS #8, 1959.

 

Artist unknown. Art from the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962.

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SCENE: Leprechaun talking to a skeptical woman.

LEPRECHAUN: You're in luck, lass! For a pot o' gold*...you can buy a hot night o' leprechaun love!

WOMAN: Sounds like a lepre-con job to me!

CAPTION: *AND YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER!

Preposterous Pun & Lavish Leprechaun Art: Mike Pascale

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John Lustig’s Last Kiss
©2017 Last Kiss Inc. iInc

Failing Sex Ed

Failing Sex Ed

It’s been awhile since I posted any comics inspired by IT’S ALWAYS BUCKY—the proposed animated series that Jack Enyart and I are working on. Rather than Bucky himself, today’s comic features Paley…Bucky’s best buddy. Paley’s the weird-kid-down-the-street (every neighborhood has one) who’s looking for trouble—and usually finds it!

Art by Lou Fine from SMASH #23, 1941. Click image to enlarge.

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PALEY: it’s not my fault I didn’t pass sex ed! my teacher didn’t accept my alternative facts!

It’s Always Bucky™

1941 Art: Lou Fine Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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John Lustig’s Last Kiss
©2017 Last Kiss Inc. iInc