Hot, Sexy…Soup?

Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the story “Forever and a Day” in FIRST KISS #18, 1961.

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SCENE: A woman brings a bowl of soup to a man sitting at a table having a meal. The woman could be a waitress. Or she could be the wife or girlfriend of the man.

WOMAN: First some hot soup! Then some hot sex!

MAN: If only I didn’t keep burning my tongue during sex!

1961 Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani Foreground Color: Allen Freeman

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Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the story "Forever and a Day" in FIRST KISS #18, 1961.



Order the Passion Plate Special

Artist unknown (although I suspect Vince Colletta may have had a hand in this.) From the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962.

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MAN (at restaurant ordering from a menu): I'll take
the Passion Plate Special! Hold the matrimony!

WAITRESS: Do you want kinky or regular sex with that?

1962 Artist Unknown Color: ALLEN FREEMAN

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A Model Diet Plan

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “Coffee and…a Kiss, Darling!” in FIRST KISS #8, 1959.

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SCENE: Someone tries to hand a young woman a pastry.

CAPTION: The Super Model Diet!

WOMAN: No, thanks! I ate last year and I’m still full!

1959 Art: Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia Color: Allen Freeman

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Valentine Sex?

Have a mind-blowingly great Valentine’s Day!

Script: Jerry Siegel   Pencils: Charles Nicholas   Inks: Jon D’Agostino? From the story “Crime That Didn’t Occur!” in ZAZA THE MYSTIC #10, 1956.

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SCENE: A woman fortune teller who looks vaguely like a Gypsy.

WOMAN: I predict mind-blowing sex on Valentine’s Day! Or better yet...chocolate!

1956 Pencils: Charles Nicholas Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Brussels Sprouts or…Worse?

Art by Bill Ward from the story “I Danced with Heartbreak” in DIARY LOVES #9, 1951. Click image to enlarge.

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SCENE: Woman smoking cigarette in front of he Eiffel Tower.

WOMAN: I’m an acquired taste! Like Brussels sprouts! Or cyanide!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Background Photo: Sarah Neighbour

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