Hair Today, Love Tomorrow

Hair Today, Love Tomorrow

Art by Vernon Greene from the story "Love Won't Wait" in BEST ROMANCE #5, 1952.

Art by Vernon Greene from the story “Love Won’t Wait” in BEST ROMANCE #5, 1952.

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SCENE: Woman reading a newspaper while her hair dries in a commercial hair dryer.

WOMAN: Turn up the dryer! And hurry! Brad Pitt is single again!

1952 Art: Vernon Greene Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Maid for Him

Maid for Him

Art by Nina Albright from the story "My Hotel Romance" in CINDERELLA LOVE #1, 1950.

Art by Nina Albright from the story “My Hotel Romance” in CINDERELLA LOVE #1, 1950.

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SCENE: Man and woman dressed as a French maid embrace.

MAID (thinking): I want to be the best maid...and fill-in girlfriend he's ever had!

1950 Pencils: Nina Albright Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Love Me!!!

Love Me!!!

Artist unknown. From the story "Our Hearts Were Worlds Apart" in CINDERELLA LOVE #1, 1950.

Artist unknown. From the story “Our Hearts Were Worlds Apart” in CINDERELLA LOVE #1, 1950.

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SCENE: Woman wearing turban is shouting, ranting.

WOMAN: What are you waiting for? Love Me!

1950 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Elite Avni-Sharon

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I Like You…a Little

I Like You…a Little

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "Made for Romance" in FIRST KISS #4, 1958.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Made for Romance” in FIRST KISS #4, 1958.

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SCENE: Man and woman kissing while surrounded by hearts.

MAN: Why, uh...yes! I do like you…a little!

WOMAN: Me too...a little!

1958 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman

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I’m a Virgin

I’m a Virgin

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

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

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WOMAN (to man): I’ve changed my mind! I'm a virgin! And I'm probably not married either!

1958 Art: Dick Giordano (with possible assist by Vince Colletta)

Color: Allen Freeman

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