Copping A Date

This is the final installment of art from Paul Kupperberg’s Secret Romances. My thanks to Paul for letting me re-dialogue art from his romance anthology.

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Transcript:

SCENE: A female police officer and a male police officer are talking. He’s smoking a cigarette.

FEMALE COP: I love being a cop!

MALE COP: Me too! My best dates are always with women I arrest!

ext ©2019 Last Kiss Inc Art @2019 Pat & Tim Kennedy and Jeff Austin
Art from the romance anthology Paul Kupperberg’s Secret Romances
Being funded on Kickstarter through April 17, 2019 at: http://kck.st/2FT9Vn3

↓ Transcript
SCENE: A female police officer and a male police officer are talking. He's smoking a cigarette.

FEMALE COP: I love being a cop!

MALE COP: Me too! It feels good... improving people’s lives! That’s why I date so many of the women I arrest!

ext ©2019 Last Kiss Inc Art @2019 Pat & Tim Kennedy and Jeff Austin
Art from the romance anthology Paul Kupperberg’s Secret Romances
Being funded on Kickstarter through April 17, 2019 at: http://kck.st/2FT9Vn3



First Woman Dated?

Art by Art Capello & Dick Giordano from the story “Campus Crush” in First Kiss #1, Dec. 1957.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Man in a letterman’s jacket or sweater talking to an alarmed woman.

MAN: No, You’re not the first woman I’ve ever dated! I took Mom to dinner…once!

1957 Art: Art Capello & Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Codes: DJP.lk518 & FK01.2.5.3

Art by Art Capello & Dick Giordano from the story “Campus Crush” in First Kiss #1, Dec. 1957.

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Man in a letterman's jacket or sweater talking to an alarmed woman.

MAN: No, You’re not the first woman I’ve ever dated! I took Mom to dinner...once!

1957 Art: Art Capello & Dick Giordano Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Codes: DJP.lk518 & FK01.2.5.3

Art by Art Capello & Dick Giordano from the story "Campus Crush" in First Kiss #1, Dec. 1957.

Sexy Comic Essence

Art by Dick Giordano with possible assist by Vince Colletta. from the story “Letter from Long Ago” in FIRST KISS #6, 1958.

 

Transcript:

CAPTION: My love life stunk Like a dead skunk on
a hot tin roof! But then I discovered a new brand of perfume…

CAPTION 2: Essence of Old Comic Books!

CAPTION 3: And suddenly…there was romance in the air!

MAN (to woman): Gosh! Every time we kiss i think of a scintillating, superhero slugfest from the sizzling sixties!

WOMAN: I never dreamed smelling like moldy paper could be so…exciting!

CAPTION 4: Essence of Old Comic BooksTM — now availabe with extra mildew!

Art by Dick Giordano with possible assist by Vince Colletta. from the story “Letter from Long Ago” in FIRST KISS #6, 1958.

Art Code 6.1.7.2

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CAPTION: My love life stunk Like a dead skunk on
a hot tin roof! But then I discovered a new brand of perfume...

CAPTION 2: Essence of Old Comic Books!

CAPTION 3: And suddenly...there was romance in the air!

MAN (to woman): Gosh! Every time we kiss i think of a scintillating, superhero slugfest from the sizzling sixties!

WOMAN: I never dreamed smelling like moldy paper could be so...exciting!

CAPTION 4: Essence of Old Comic BooksTM -- now availabe with extra mildew!

Art by Dick Giordano with possible assist by Vince Colletta. from the story "Letter from Long Ago" in FIRST KISS #6, 1958.

Art Code 6.1.7.2


Smell the Love

Art by Bob Powell from the story “The Rat Man” from Tomb of Terror #5, Oct. 1952.

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SCENE: Woman covering her face in horror.

WOMAN: If only he’d propose...so I could stop...holding in these farts!

1952 Art: Bob Powell Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art by Bob Powell from the story "The Rat Man" from Tomb of Terror #5, Oct. 1952.

Art Code: DJP.lk499

Date Me

Art by Bill Ward from “Torchy” story in Modern Comics #80, Dec. 1948.

Transcript:

WOMAN SITTING, ADMIRING HERSELF IN A MIRROR: If only I could meet someone as wonderful… as me!

1948 Art: Bill Ward Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk510 Modern Comics_Torchy 80.2.1

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WOMAN SITTING, ADMIRING HERSELF IN A MIRROR: If only I could meet someone as wonderful... as me!

1948 Art: Bill Ward Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk510 Modern Comics_Torchy 80.2.1