How Oktoberfest always ends on Monster Island

Because of Covid, Oktoberfest wasn’t held this year in Germany. But that didn’t stop Gorgo in this tale of Monster Love from Tony Isabella.

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Bill Montes and Ernie Bache from the story “The World Shaker” in Gorgo #19, July 1964. Charlton Comics. Click link to read the entire vintage comic book for free.

 

 

Transcript:

PANEL #1: Gorgo is standing tall above the jungle, but is leaning unsteadily as if about to fall. There are are stars and special effect images above his head indicating that he’s losing consciousness.

PANEL #2: Gorgo crashes to the ground. A man flees screaming.

CAPTION: it was a familiar tale. Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl.

Boy drinks to forget girl.

And, as always, it was the helpless breweries…

…that paid the price for love unrequited.

SOUND EFFECT: KRAASH

MAN: YEEIII!

1964 Art: Bill Montes & Ernie Bache
Writer: Tony Isabella

John Lustig’s Last Kiss
©2021 Last Kiss Inc

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PANEL #1: Gorgo is standing tall above the jungle, but is leaning unsteadily as if about to fall. There are are stars and special effect images above his head indicating that he's losing consciousness.

PANEL #2: Gorgo crashes to the ground. A man flees screaming.

CAPTION: it was a familiar tale. Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl.

Boy drinks to forget girl.

And, as always, it was the helpless breweries...

...that paid the price for love unrequited.

SOUND EFFECT: KRAASH

MAN: YEEIII!

1964 Art: Bill Montes & Ernie Bache
Writer: Tony Isabella

John Lustig’s Last Kiss
©2021 Last Kiss Inc

I’m Adorable

Ode to Oktoberfest?

In the real world, Oktoberfest was cancelled because of Covid.
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Here on planet Last Kiss, however, I’m carrying on with a mini-Oktoberfest salute so that we can all share a digital drink together.
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We conclude Monday with a monstrously funny gag from Tony Isabella that fits the Oktoberfest theme perfectly and also launches us into the Halloween season. Cheers!
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Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from First Kiss #24, 1962. Click link to read the entire vintage comic book for free.

 

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A well-dressed woman is talking to a man (possibly a waiter or bar tender) who is standing next to a cash register.

WOMAN: But I’m adorable! Surely my drinks are free!

Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman

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SCENE: A well-dressed woman is talking to a man (possibly a waiter or bar tender) who is standing next to a cash register.

WOMAN: But I’m adorable! Surely my drinks are free!

Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman

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Releasing Her Inner Desires

A new tale of torrid lust from Tony Isabella & Diego Jourdan Pereira!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Make Believe” in FIRST KISS #7, 1959. Curious about the original vintage comic? Click the link to read it for free.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A woman in the foreground has her eyes closed as if she’s concentrating on something as a woman in the background smiles at her.

FOREGROUND WOMAN thinks: With Nancy
in this trance, I can release her inner desires…and
have my way with her!

NANCY (the woman in the background) thinks: How long must I pretend to be in this trance…before Lucy finally has her way with me?

1959 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: A woman in the foreground has her eyes closed as if she's concentrating on something as a woman in the background smiles at her.

FOREGROUND WOMAN thinks: With Nancy
in this trance, I can release her inner desires...and
have my way with her!

NANCY (the woman in the background) thinks: How long must I pretend to be in this trance...before Lucy finally has her way with me?

1959 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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Zoom? With Whom?

Original Vintage Art & Text

Artist unknown. From G.I. War Brides #1, 1954. Click link to read the entire vintage comic book where this art first appeared.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman casually caresses the chin of a man who looks alarmed.

WOMAN: Nice Try! But our sex via Zoom was hotter! I had so many orgasms I…passed out! Remember?

MAN: Not really! What the %$#@ is Zoom?!!

1954 Artist Unknown Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Dialogue & Lettering: John Lustig

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SCENE: Woman casually caresses the chin of a man who looks alarmed.

WOMAN: Nice Try! But our sex via Zoom was hotter! I had so many orgasms I...passed out! Remember?

MAN: Not really! What the %$#@ is Zoom?!!

1954 Artist Unknown Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Dialogue & Lettering: John Lustig

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Gag Me

A new tale of torrid lust from Tony Isabella & Diego Jourdan Pereira!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Original art & text.

Inks (and possibly pencils) by Dick Giordano from the cover of Love Diary #33, June 1964. Click link to read the entire vintage comic where this first appeared.

 

 

 

Transcript:

CAPTION/TITLE: Three Characters in Search of a Gag

MAN IN FOREGROUND: Maybe my lips are on fire.

MAN IN BACKGROUND: I ask if she’s been working out…and she knees me in the groin.

WOMAN: I could do an Andrew Cuomo joke…

1964 Inks & Possibly Pencils: Dick Giordano
Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Lettering: John Lustig

Writer: Tony Isabella

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CAPTION/TITLE: Three Characters in Search of a Gag

MAN IN FOREGROUND: Maybe my lips are on fire.

MAN IN BACKGROUND: I ask if she’s been working out...and she knees me in the groin.

WOMAN: I could do an Andrew Cuomo joke...

1964 Inks & Possibly Pencils: Dick Giordano
Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Lettering: John Lustig

Writer: Tony Isabella

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