Chili Dogs with Dad

Happy Father’s Day!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Reed Crandall from “The Ray” in Smash #24, 1941.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Bucky standing in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs…twice! Once just before the roller coaster! And then later…after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky Created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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SCENE: Bucky standing in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs...twice! Once just before the roller coaster! And then later...after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky Created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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I Want a Girl, Just Like the Girl…Who Married Dear Old Dad

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by John Tartaglione from the story “The Sea Green Eyes!” in FIRST KISS #5, 1958.

 

 

 

Transcript:

Man wearing an ascot is talking to a woman. As they talk, he motions towards a body of water and land in the background.

MAN: Someday I’ll inherit Dad’s fortune! Marry me and all this will be yours!

WOMAN: Gosh! Couldn’t I just marry your dad and have it now?

1958 Art: John Tartaglione New Color: Allen Freeman
Dialogue: John Lustig

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Man wearing an ascot is talking to a woman. As they talk, he motions towards a body of water and land in the background.

MAN: Someday I’ll inherit Dad’s fortune! Marry me and all this will be yours!

WOMAN: Gosh! Couldn’t I just marry your dad and have it now?

1958 Art: John Tartaglione New Color: Allen Freeman
Dialogue: John Lustig

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Longshot Love

To create today’s artwork, my pal Mike Pascale masterfully mooched together elements from two different, pre-existing Last Kiss panels (See below) and put them together. Thanks, Mike!

Color by Diego Jourdan Pereira. Click on image to enlarge.

Color by Allen Freeman. Click image to enlarge.

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “One Too Many Heartbreaks” in FIRST KISS #39, 1964

Art by the Vince Colletta Studio from the story “The End of Summer” in First Kiss #34, 1963. Click image to enlarge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Young man and woman in bathing suits walking along the beach. In the foreground, a man aims a rifle in their direction.

YOUNG MAN: There’s no way your dad can shoot down our engagment!

MAN WITH RIFLE (thinking): Wanna bet?

Blend of Vintage Comic Panels: Mike (Photoshop) Pascale

Art Code: DJP.lk415_34.3.1.1

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SCENE: Young man and woman in bathing suits walking along the beach. In the foreground, a man aims a rifle in their direction.

YOUNG MAN: There’s no way your dad can shoot down our engagment!

MAN WITH RIFLE (thinking): Wanna bet?

Blend of Vintage Comic Panels: Mike (Photoshop) Pascale

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Tough Dad, Rough Drive

Happy Father’s Day?

I hope it is for you. I know it’ll be happy for me since this it’s the first Father’s Day since my daughter and her hubby have moved here to Seattle. I love ’em both dearly!

(Hint: Don’t get me a tie, kids—unless it’s super classy and glows-in-the dark.)

Special thanks to my pal Mike Pascale for the offbeat gag in today’s comic.

Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story “Kiss and Run” in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.

 

Transcript:

MAN (in car: I’m going to get your old man what he really wants for Father’s Day!

WOMAN (outside of car): Oh? You’re leaving town?

1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe        Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Concept & Gag: Mike Pascale

Art Codes: DJP.lk436 New Romances 14.5.6

 

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MAN (in car: I’m going to get your old man what he really wants for Father’s Day!

WOMAN (outside of car): Oh? You’re leaving town?

1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Concept & Gag: Mike Pascale

DJP.lk436 New Romances 14.5.6

Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story "Kiss and Run" in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.

Dad’s Law

Art & Possibly Script by Jack Keller from “Shifty’s Revenge” in TEENAGE HOTRODDERS #8, 1964. (Published in color, but scanned from black & white photostat.)

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BEARDED TEEN BOY: B-but all I did was whistle at a girl! What’s wrong with that?

POLICEMAN (writing a ticket): Plenty...when she’s my daughter!

1964 Art: Jack Keller Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Art & Possibly Script by Jack Keller from "Shifty's Revenge" in TEENAGE HOTRODDERS #8, 1964.