Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Old Enough to Marry” in FIRST KISS #24, 1962.
Two young women/girls in a bedroom studying.
WOMAN: I used to be a “C student!” But now I’m a “Double D!”
1962 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman
Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "Old Enough to Marry" in FIRST KISS #24, 1962.
Below is a scan—of a black & white photostat—of the original art.
Art by Dick Giordano & Vince Alascia from the story “The Hearty Welcomers” from FRANK MERRIWELL AT YALE #1, 1955.
Male college students in dark, peering forward.
MALE COLLEGE STUDENT: Darn! Cancel the panty raid! None of ‘em wear underwear!
1955: Dick Giordano & Vince Alascia Color: Allen Freeman
Art by Dick Giordano & Vince Alascia from the story "The Hearty Welcomers" from FRANK MERRIWELL AT YALE #1, 1955.
Congrats to all the graduates—and their proud parents.
Art by Art Saaf & Mike Peppe from the story “Kiss and Run” in NEW ROMANCES #14, 1952.
SCENE: Female college graduate in commencement robes smiles as her proud father holds her by her shoulders.
FATHER/DAD: We're so proud!
FEMALE GRAD: I'm sure I'll get tired of this...in a few hours!
1952 Art: Art Saaf & Mike Peppe Color: Allen Freeman
It’s been awhile since I posted any comics inspired by IT’S ALWAYS BUCKY—the proposed animated series that Jack Enyart and I are working on. Rather than Bucky himself, today’s comic features Paley…Bucky’s best buddy. Paley’s the weird-kid-down-the-street (every neighborhood has one) who’s looking for trouble—and usually finds it!
Art by Lou Fine from SMASH #23, 1941. Click image to enlarge.
PALEY: it’s not my fault I didn’t pass sex ed! my teacher didn’t accept my alternative facts!
It’s Always Bucky™
1941 Art: Lou Fine Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
John Lustig’s Last Kiss
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Artist unknown. From the story “The Loves For Felicie” in A NIGHT OF LOVE #1, 1952.
SCENE: Blonde woman biting the end of a handkerchief / hanky.
WOMAN: That sex ed film was so scary! Now I’m afraid to have sex…more than three or four times a day!
1952 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira