Egg-citing

Happy Easter from me and my pal (and frequent Last Kiss collaborator) Mike Pascale.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “The Gay Deception” in FIRST KISS #8, 1959.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman talking to someone who is wearing a bunny costume.

WOMAN: At last! Sex worth dye-ing for!

1959 Art (featuring woman): Vince Colletta Studio
Director of Bunny Couture: Mike Pascale

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “The Gay Deception” in FIRST KISS #8, 1959.

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SCENE: Woman talking to someone who is wearing a bunny costume.

WOMAN: At last! Sex worth dye-ing for!

1959 Art (featuring woman): Vince Colletta Studio
Director of Bunny Couture: Mike Pascale

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "The Gay Deception" in FIRST KISS #8, 1959.

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Bunny Power

Happy early Easter from me and my pal Mike Pascale (bunny artist supreme.)

Artist Unknown. From the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962

 

Transcript:

GUY IN BUNNY SUIT: You dated the Energizer Bunny! So I thought…

WOMAN HOLDING HER HAND OVER HER FACE: You’d give me a buzz? I’m shocked!

1962 Artist Unknown
Bunny Costumer Supreme: Mike Pascale

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Artist Unknown. From the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962

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GUY IN BUNNY SUIT: You dated the Energizer Bunny! So I thought…

WOMAN HOLDING HER HAND OVER HER FACE: You’d give me a buzz? I’m shocked!

1962 Artist Unknown
Bunny Costumer Supreme: Mike Pascale

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Artist Unknown. From the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962

A Tasteful Valentine

Happy Valentine’s Day from me and my pal (& frequent collaborator) Mike Pascal.

I’m not sure why Mike and I keep coming up with zombie LK comics for V. Day. We’ve also done a fair amount of Cupid gags for the holiday. Hmm. I can see where this is going and—no, Mike, we’re not a doing zombie Cupid comic next year!

(Unless, of course it’s very, very funny—and tasteful.)

Art by Dick Giordano from the story “My Secret” in First Kiss #27, Aug. 1962.

 

Transcript:

SCHOOL GIRL #1: My Valentine has heart!

SCHOOL GIRL #2: Mine has brains!

ZOMBIE GIRL: Mine had both…and they were delicious!

1962 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman & Mike Pascal Zombie Makeover & Dating Advice: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 27.1.1.2_MP

 

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SCHOOL GIRL #1: My Valentine has heart!

SCHOOL GIRL #2: Mine has brains!

ZOMBIE GIRL: Mine had both...and they were delicious!

1962 Art: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman & Mike Pascal Zombie Makeover & Dating Advice: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 27.1.1.2_MP

Thanksgiving Stuffing

Happy Thanksgiving! As often happens on the holidays, today’s Last Kiss humor is a collaborative gag cooked up by me and my pal Mike Pascale. Unless, of course, you don’t like it. Then it’s all Mike’s fault!

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “I Chose Heartbreak” in FIRST KISS #37, 1964.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Bald-headed man looks through the kitchen doorway as a younger woman washes dishes and an older woman carries dishes.

MAN: Want me to stuff your bird?

OLDER WOMAN: Sure! And afterwards you can stuff the turkey!

1964 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Overstuffed, Gluten-Free Humor: John Lustig & Mike Pascale

Art Code: DJP.lk509

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “I Chose Heartbreak” in FIRST KISS #37, 1964

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SCENE: Bald-headed man looks through the kitchen doorway as a younger woman washes dishes and an older woman carries dishes.

MAN: Want me to stuff your bird?

OLDER WOMAN: Sure! And afterwards you can stuff the turkey!

1964 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Overstuffed, Gluten-Free Humor: John Lustig & Mike Pascale

Art Code: DJP.lk509

Pilgrim Pride

Happy Thanksgiving from me and Pilgrim punster Mike (“I’ want the drumstick!”) Pascale.

Artist Unknown. From the story “The Love that Failed” in FIRST KISS #25, 1962

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Pilgrim man and woman talking. He’s wearing a tall hat with a buckle on the front. She’s buried her head in her hand in disbelief.

PILGRIM MAN: You know what I’m thankful for? This hat will never go out of style!

1962 Artist Unknown Facial Coloring: Allen Freeman
Master of Buckles & Bonnets: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 25.1.4.1

 

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SCENE: Pilgrim man and woman talking. He's wearing a tall hat with a buckle on the front. She's buried her head in her hand in disbelief.

PILGRIM MAN: You know what I’m thankful for? This hat will never go out of style!

1962 Artist Unknown Facial Coloring: Allen Freeman
Master of Buckles & Bonnets: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 25.1.4.1