No vintage art this time. The cat drawing is something Diego whipped up on his own!
Scene: Black-ish cat speaking.
CAT: Trust me! Kids love tuna-flavored Halloween candy!
1954 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story “Kiss and Run” in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.
SCENE: Two people (shown as silhouettes) are sitting in a car in a cemetery. In the foreground, a man is carrying a shovel to dig a grave.
SIGN ON CAR: Dirt Cheap Mortuary
PERSON IN CAR: The boss said to “dig up” some customers! So…
1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story "Kiss and Run" in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.
Don’t be a brainless zombie. Vote!!!
Courtesy of Mike Pascale and me.
Art by John Tartaglione from the story “To Stella with Love” in FIRST KISS #3, 1958.
SCENE: Woman looking back over her shoulder at a moaning zombie guy.
WOMAN: Sorry, I’m using mine to vote!
1958 Art: John Tartaglione Non-Zombie Color: Allen Freeman
Zombification & Dead-On Dialogue: Mike Pascale
Happy Halloween, ghouls and boils!
Here’s the wrap up to the Halloween photo-comics. Starting Wednesday, we’re back to “old comics with new dialogue” three times a week.
However, I’d love to do more photo-comics occasionally. So, if you’ve enjoyed this last week (or hated it), please let me know.
This is—by far—the most widely seen Last Kiss comic of all time. It appeared on an episode of The Big Bang Theory
. Many thanks to Mike Pascale
for the goofy gag—and the gore.
Cover of FIRST KISS #2 by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia, 1957.
SCENE: Zombie and blonde woman are in the woods. He's bitten into the top of her head to eat her brains, but she doesn't notice.
WOMAN (thinking): I know he has his flaws...but I've forgotten them for some reasons!
Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia
Nonzombie Color: Allen Freeman Zombification: Mike Pascale