And, yes, I’m looking forward to seeing the new Star Wars film ROGUE ONE!
Below is today’s comic without those silly word balloons in the way:
Click image to enlarge. Model Caitlin Litzinger ©2016 Allen Freeman
Woman dressed up as a skimp-clad Darth Vader wearing a blue Santa cap and holding a Christmas stocking with Yoda inside. In the background is a starry outer space.
WOMAN: I am the Ghost of...Christmas Blockbusters Past!
YODA: May the Sales Force be with you!
Model: Caitlin Litzinger Photo: Allen Freeman
Text ©2016 Last Kiss Inc Photo ©2016 Allen Freeman
And many thanks to my pal Mike Pascale for today’s tasty gag!
Inked by Dick Giordano in the story “My Foolish Heart” in FIRST KISS #21, 1961.
SCENE: Man getting a picnic basket out of the truck of a car as a woman looks on.
MAN: As a Vegan, I’m setting the turkey free!
WOMAN: After it’s roasted?
1961 Art: Inked by Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
Calorie-Free-Dialogue and Art Changes: Mike Pascale
Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “Love Will Point the Way” in FIRST KISS #14, 1960.
SCENE: Man and woman (in an apron) embrace---framed by an opening in a kitchen with pots and pans.
MAN: You’re going to make Thanksgiving great again? How?
WOMAN: I’m ordering out!
1960 Art: Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia Color: Allen Freeman
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