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

↓ 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

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

 

↓ 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

Corny Candy for Halloween

Happy Halloween from me and Mike (“I’ve got the munchies!”) Pascale.

Art by Lee Elias from Witches Tales #8, 1952.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: The Grim Reaper—appearing as a skeleton clothed in a hooded robe and carrying a scythe—confronts a frightened woman in a grave yard. She’s tied to a large tombstone. Other living skeletons cavort around them.

GRIM REAPER: Mortal,
you committed the ultimate Halloween SIN! You gave out Candy Corn!

WOMAN: I had to! nobody would eat Candy Broccoli!

SKELETON: Watta Corny joke!

1952 Art: Lee Elias From the cover of Witches Tales #8
Tasty Text: Mike (Mounds) Pascale & John (Junior Mints) Lustig

↓ Transcript
SCENE: The Grim Reaper---appearing as a skeleton clothed in a hooded robe and carrying a scythe---confronts a frightened woman in a grave yard. She's tied to a large tombstone. Other living skeletons cavort around them.

GRIM REAPER: Mortal,
you committed the ultimate Halloween SIN! You gave out Candy Corn!

WOMAN: I had to! nobody would eat Candy Broccoli!

SKELETON: Watta Corny joke!

1952 Art: Lee Elias From the cover of Witches Tales #8
Tasty Text: Mike (Mounds) Pascale & John (Junior Mints) Lustig

Best Halloween Costume?

Special thanks for today’s comic treat to devil-may-care Mike Pascale!

Artist Unknown. From the story “Bachelor’s Farewell” in FIRST KISS #7, 1959.

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Blonde woman talking to a guy in a devil costume.

WOMAN: My costume? I’m a nymphomaniac!

Artist Unknown Devilish Charm & Color: Mike Pascale
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Image code: 7.5.2.4


Halloween Fashion Fail

Today and tomorrow I’m re-running some horror and Halloween-themed comics I’ve done with my pal Mike Pascale. I’ll be running all-new gags Monday through Halloween.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “The Love Thief” in First Kiss #37, 1964.

Transcript:

SCENE: Vampire woman scene from the back is brushing her hair while looking into a mirror. The mirror shows the hairbrush, but not the vampire.

SCENE: Adult female vampire brushing her hair as she looks in the mirror. In the mirror’s image, we only see the brush—not the vampire.

VAMPIRE: This is why vampires never get new hairdos!

1964 Art: Vince Colletta Studio New Color: Allen Freeman Vampire SPX & Hair-Raising Humor: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 37.3.2.5

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Vampire woman scene from the back is brushing her hair while looking into a mirror. The mirror shows the hairbrush, but not the vampire.

SCENE: Adult female vampire brushing her hair as she looks in the mirror. In the mirror's image, we only see the brush---not the vampire.

VAMPIRE: This is why vampires never get new hairdos!


1964 Art: Vince Colletta Studio New Color: Allen Freeman Vampire SPX & Hair-Raising Humor: Mike Pascale

Art Code: 37.3.2.5

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "The Love Thief" in First Kiss #37, 1964.