Artist unknown. From the story “Kidnapped Kisses” in FIRST KISS #31, 1963. Click image to enlarge.
Happy Labor Day! And many thanks to my pal Mike Pascale for this labor of fun!
SCENE: Man and woman kissing and embracing.
MAN: Sex on labor day? Sure!
WOMAN: it’ll be a labor of love!
1963 Artist Unknown Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Dialogue by Hard-Working Mike Pascale
Today’s proudly patriotic panel of pulsating pizzazz comes courtesy of my pal Mike Pascale.
If you like this, good news. Tomorrow Mike and I will have another Independence Day delicacy dedicated to delightfully dizzy patriotism.
(But don’t be surprised if it’s alliterative free. Whew!)
Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Tapani from the story “Honeymoon Continued” in FIRST KISS #24, 1962.
SCENE: Uncle Sam talking to a beautiful woman as fireworks go off in the background.
UNCLE SAM: Give me liberty…or give me sex!
WOMAN: Don't you mean death?
UNCLE SAM: Only if my wife finds out!
1962 Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani
Fireworks, Fashion & Fun: Mike Pascale
Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story “Kiss and Run” in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.
SCENE: Man and woman in a car talking.
MAN: As an April Fool’s joke, let’s have sex!
WOMAN: How’d that be funny?
MAN: Seeing me naked always makes women laugh!
1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from me and my partner in today’s comic shenanigans—Mike Pascale.
In addition to transforming a guy in a striped suit (see first panel below) into a leprechaun, Mike provided today’s “lepre-con” pun.
By the way, today’s comic is a mashup of two panels from FIRST KISS Comics. See below.
Art by the Vince Colletta Studio from FIRST KISS #8, 1959.
Artist unknown. Art from the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962.
SCENE: Leprechaun talking to a skeptical woman.
LEPRECHAUN: You're in luck, lass! For a pot o' gold*...you can buy a hot night o' leprechaun love!
WOMAN: Sounds like a lepre-con job to me!
CAPTION: *AND YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER!
Preposterous Pun & Lavish Leprechaun Art: Mike Pascale
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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.
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