Today's Last Kiss

Surprise! I’ve Learned to Knit!

Today's Last Kiss

Happy Mother’s Day!

Vintage art.

Art possibly by Dick Giordano & Jon D’Agostino. From Secrets of Young Brides #8, April 1958.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Man dropping his newspaper and briefcase in surprise as he sees a young woman—presumably his wife—knitting a baby’s bootie. Nearby on a table is a book: Baby Care.

MAN: D-D-Does this mean…?

WOMAN: Yes! We’re having a baby! It might even be yours!

1958 Art: Possibly by Dick Giordano & Jon D’Agostino
Happy Mother’s Day!
Secrets of Young Brides #8

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SCENE: Man dropping his newspaper and briefcase in surprise as he sees a young woman---presumably his wife---knitting a baby's bootie. Nearby on a table is a book: Baby Care.

MAN: D-D-Does this mean...?

WOMAN: Yes! We're having a baby! It might even be yours!

1958 Art: Possibly by Dick Giordano & Jon D'Agostino
Happy Mother’s Day!
Secrets of Young Brides #8

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Motherly Anticipation

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Happy Almost Mother’s Day!

Vintage art & text.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story Loves Lovely Mirage” in FIRST KISS #36, 1964.

 

Transcript:

SCENE 1: Baby in a pile of cartoony love hearts.

CAPTION: With a mere 26 weeks to go, new mom-to-be Eva Eveready experiences an early case of nesting instinct that won’t quit!

SCENE: A young woman named Eva is painting a house and mowing the grass.

EVA: Only 8,769 things left to do! I can’t wait to have the baby…so I can relax!

Are you a mom? If so, you may be too busy to read this comic!

Baby Art: maivi 1964 Panel Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman @2020 Last Kiss Inc

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SCENE 1: Baby in a pile of cartoony love hearts.

CAPTION: With a mere 26 weeks to go, new mom-to-be Eva Eveready experiences an early case of nesting instinct that won’t quit!

SCENE: A young woman named Eva is painting a house and mowing the grass.

EVA: Only 8,769 things left to do! I can’t wait to have the baby...so I can relax!

Are you a mom? If so, you may be too busy to read this comic!

Baby Art: maivi 1964 Panel Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman @2020 Last Kiss Inc

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Today's Last Kiss

Those Lucky, Happy Hookers

Today's Last Kiss

Vintage art and text.

Inks by Dick Giordano from the story Heartbreaker in FIRST KISS #12, 1960.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Young woman crying as her mother comforts her.

YOUNG WOMAN: Oh, Mom! He’s spending all his money on hookers!

MOTHER: That bum! I’ve been sleeping with him for free!

1960 Inks: Dick Giordano Color on Characters: Allen Freeman

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SCENE: Young woman crying as her mother comforts her.

YOUNG WOMAN: Oh, Mom! He's spending all his money on hookers!

MOTHER: That bum! I've been sleeping with him for free!

1960 Inks: Dick Giordano Color on Characters: Allen Freeman

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Too Much Mom?

Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the story “Honeymoon Continued” in First Kiss #24, Jan. 1962.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Young woman and man are dining with an older woman and man. The younger woman says something upsetting to the older woman.

YOUNGER WOMAN: Your son talks about you all the time! I don’t mind…except during sex!

1962 Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani Color: Allen Freeman

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Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the story “Honeymoon Continued” in First Kiss #24, Jan. 1962.

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SCENE: Young woman and man are dining with an older woman and man. The younger woman says something upsetting to the older woman.

YOUNGER WOMAN: Your son talks about you all the time! I don't mind...except during sex!

1962 Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani Color: Allen Freeman

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Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the story "Honeymoon Continued" in First Kiss #24, Jan. 1962.

Tough On Your Mother

Art by Bob Powell in the story “I Was the Loneliest Girl In School” from HI-SCHOOL ROMANCE #3, 1950

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Transcript:
SCENE: Guy (Who Looks Like Jimmy Olsen) watches in disbelief as a woman walks away from him.
WOMAN: It must have been tough on your mother, not having any children!*
1950 Art: Bob Powell Re-Creation: Allen Freeman
*Dialogue from the 1933 film 42nd Street
(Starring Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler)
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