Senior Sex

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Steve Ditko from the story “Look Deep into My Eyes” in Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds #6, Dec. 1957. Charlton Comics. Click link to read the entire vintage comic book for free.

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Closeup of a woman's eyes. She looks worried or in shock.

WOMAN (thinking): <Gulp!> That can’t be my date! He’s older than my grandpa! His online dating photo...which century was it from?

1957 Art: Steve Ditko New Dialogue: John Lustig

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Big Medicine, Big Lust

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Dick Giordano from the story “The Scratch of Death” in Nurse Betsy Crane #13, Oct. 1961. Charlton Comics. Click link to read the entire vintage comic book for free.

 

 

 

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SCENE: A nurse has one hand to her head and seems unhappy as she talk to another nurse. Both are wearing old-fashioned nurse’s caps and capes.

NURSE: Oh, Anita! I’m so horny for Dr. Beatty! He’s got the biggest…health care plan I’ve ever seen!

1961 Pencils (& Possibly inks): Charles Nicholas
Recreation and Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: A nurse has one hand to her head and seems unhappy as she talk to another nurse. Both are wearing old-fashioned nurse's caps and capes.

NURSE: Oh, Anita! I’m so horny for Dr. Beatty! He’s got the biggest...health care plan I’ve ever seen!

1961 Pencils (& Possibly inks): Charles Nicholas
Recreation and Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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What About Bob?

Another Halloween treat from Mike Pascale!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Inks by Dick Giordano from the story “Heartbreaker” in FIRST KISS #12, 1960. Click link to read the entire vintage comic for free.

 

 

 

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Scene: Young woman and a young man in a booth having a soda. The man is oggling the woman’s breasts. Another man is behind the booth and is also looking at her boobs. The woman smiles and looks towards a zombie who is coming towards her.

MAN #1: Boobs…

MAN #2: Boobs…

ZOMBIE: Braaains!

WOMAN (thinking): I like Bob! He’s not like other boys!

1960 Inks: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
Additional Art, Idea & Zombification: Mike Pascale

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Scene: Young woman and a young man in a booth having a soda. The man is oggling the woman's breasts. Another man is behind the booth and is also looking at her boobs. The woman smiles and looks towards a zombie who is coming towards her.

MAN #1: Boobs...

MAN #2: Boobs...

ZOMBIE: Braaains!

WOMAN (thinking): I like Bob! He’s not like other boys!

1960 Inks: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
Additional Art, Idea & Zombification: Mike Pascale

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Invisible Love

I love Invisible Man gags. Next Halloween, though, I’m hoping that Mike Pascale and I come up with an Invisible Woman gag. Finding the right art—a woman wearing a hat (preferably a very ostentatious hat)—would be a good start.

Original Vintage Art & Text

Artist unknown. From the story “The Trouble with Love” in Thrilling Romances #20, 1952. Click link to read the entire vintage comic for free.

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CAPTION: At first Lilly Luvlush thought The Invisible Man was cool–really outta sight! But then she had to face it. Something was missing! And soon…she couldn’t stand the sight of him!

WOMAN: It’s over! You’re never there for me! Frankly, I don’t know what I ever saw in you!

1952 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Dialogue & Special Effects: Mike (The Eraser) Pascale
Lettering & Extra Sarcasm: John (The Lover) Lustig

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CAPTION: At first Lilly Luvlush thought The Invisible Man was cool--really outta sight! But then she had to face it. Something was missing! And soon...she couldn’t stand the sight of him!

WOMAN: It’s over! You’re never there for me! Frankly, I don’t know what I ever saw in you!

1952 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Dialogue & Special Effects: Mike (The Eraser) Pascale
Lettering & Extra Sarcasm: John (The Lover) Lustig

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He’s Green with Jealousy

I think my title for Tony Isabella‘s gag about lizard romance is okay. But I came up with so many others that I sorta lost perspective. My second favorite was:

Jealousy (and Coke)—it’s the Real Thing!

—John

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Joe Sinnott & Vince Colletta from the story “The Day Manhattan Died!” in Gorgo #8, Aug. 1962. Click link to read the entire vintage comic for free.

 

 

 

 

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SCENE: In one paw, Gorgo is angrily holding a snarling polar bear. Below them on the snow or ice is a very upset young woman who is looking up and calling out to Gorgo.

CAPTION: Bonnie was terrified! She never realized how jealous her big beau could become!

WOMAN: No, sweetie, no! We were just having a Coke! He’s just a friend!

1962 Art: Joe Sinnott & Vince Colletta
Restoration: John Lustig Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: In one paw, Gorgo is angrily holding a snarling polar bear. Below them on the snow or ice is a very upset young woman who is looking up and calling out to Gorgo.

CAPTION: Bonnie was terrified! She never realized how jealous her big beau could become!

WOMAN: No, sweetie, no! We were just having a Coke! He’s just a friend!

1962 Art: Joe Sinnott & Vince Colletta
Restoration: John Lustig Writer: Tony Isabella

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