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

She Hit the Mother Lode

Pencils by Charles Nicholas from the story “The Necklace” in First Kiss #12, Jan. 1960.

 

Transcript: 

YOUNG MAN: “The hottie” at the bar? I can’t date her! She’s my mom!

YOUNG WOMAN: You can’t! But I can!

Color: Allen Freeman Background: Christopher Burns
1960 Pencils: Charles Nicholas

ART CODE: 12.2.6.2

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YOUNG MAN: “The hottie” at the bar? I can’t date her! She’s my mom!

YOUNG WOMAN: You can’t! But I can!

Color: Allen Freeman Background: Christopher Burns
1960 Pencils: Charles Nicholas

ART CODE: 12.2.6.2



It’s Not All Your Fault! Or Is It?

If you don’t like this, don’t blame me. It’s probably your fault.

(Sorry. No original art this time.)

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Man and woman standing on a rooftop or a brick bridge.

MAN: I’m not saying it’s all your fault! But we were so happy…before you discovered I was cheating on you!

1957 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk487

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SCENE: Man and woman standing on a rooftop or a brick bridge.

MAN: I’m not saying it’s all your fault! But we were so happy…before you discovered I was cheating on you!

1957 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Art Code: DJP.lk487

Feel Young? That’s Old!

Artist unknown. From the story “A Losing Game” in Heart and Soul #2, 1954.

Curious about the story this art comes from? You can read the entire story and the rest of the vintage comic book here on the free comics site, ComicBookPlus.com.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: An older man is making out with a younger woman. In the background is a playground with a child’s hopscotch pattern.

MAN: I might be old, but…when I’m with you…I have young ideas!

WOMAN (thinks): <Gulp!> This is an old story!

1954 Artist Unknown Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Background adapted from photo by Jon Tyson

Story Code: DJP.lk291

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SCENE: An older man is making out with a younger woman. In the background is a playground with a child's hopscotch pattern.

MAN: I might be old, but...when I’m with you...I have young ideas!

WOMAN (thinks): <Gulp!> This is an old story!

1954 Artist Unknown Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Background adapted from photo by Jon Tyson

Story Code: DJP.lk291