All in Her Family

Gee, our old LaSalle ran great. Those were the days.
And you know who you were then, girls were girls and men were men.
Mister, we could use a man like Herbert Hoover again.

–Theme Song from ALL IN THE FAMILY

“Those Were The Days”
by Lee Adams and Charles Strouse

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from First Kiss #8, 1958.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from First Kiss #8, 1958.

↓ Transcript
SCENE: A man and three women are sitting at a table eating.

MAN: It was an “All in the Family” moment! We met when I was dating her brother!

Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman
©2013 Last Kiss
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4 Comments

  1. A cravat. When I give advice to my great nieces and grand daughters I’ll have to add that to my list of warning signs about men.

    The preface to the list is that most men, including me and your dad, are mostly a@#holes most of the time. #1 warning sign is if he spends more time on his hair than you do… Cravat will be on the bottom of the list since the cravat’s fashion comeback is probably limited to Cam’s character on Modern Family.

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    • Fortunately, Cam is getting married so none of your nephews (and certainly not your nieces) are ever likely to go on a date with this fashionable, ficticious fellow.

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  2. Hi, is there anyplace I can get a print of this one? It’s excellent. I would ad a “bi” tag to make these easier to find in the archive.

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    • Hi, Bill. Glad you like it. I’ve added LGBT and bi-sexual tags to this. As for a print, I should first note that this was one of my contributions to the Anything That Loves: Comics Beyond “Gay” and “Straight” collection. http://northwestpress.com/shop/anything-that-loves/

      The art is part of a mosaic on the inside covers of the book and the print itself is a bit clipped off to make it fit. I do recoment the book highly, though.

      As for buying a print, I’ll send you info privately about that.

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