Cavity Depravity

Art by Dick Giordano from the story “The Proposal” in FIRST KISS #31, April 1963.

 

 

Transcript:

Scene: Woman is in a dental chair talking to a dentist.

WOMAN: No, really! You’re the first man who’s ever filled all my cavities…this way!

1963 Art: Dick Giordano Foreground Color: Allen Freeman

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Scene: Woman is in a dental chair talking to a dentist.

WOMAN: No, really! You’re the first man who’s ever filled all my cavities...this way!

1963 Art: Dick Giordano Foreground Color: Allen Freeman

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The New Sexretary

I think if you’re office has deep purple walls, it’s a pretty good tip that something funny is going on.

Kissing? Sure, why not?

I mean, you’d have to keep your eyes shut just to keep from going blind or crazy in that room. So you might as well be kissing while you’re in there with your eyes closed!

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Office Party” in FIRST KISS #16, 1960.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: A brunette opens an office door and discovers a man and a woman (a redhead) kissing inside.

BRUNETTE: Oh, dear! I see you’ve already picked a secretary!

REDHEAD (thinking): I can get paid for this? Cool!

1960 Art: Vince Colletta Studio New Color: Allen Freeman

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SCENE: A brunette opens an office door and discovers a man and a woman (a redhead) kissing inside.

BRUNETTE: Oh, dear! I see you’ve already picked a secretary!

REDHEAD (thinking): I can get paid for this? Cool!

1960 Art: Vince Colletta Studio New Color: Allen Freeman

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Three More Blocks and We Can Get Out of These Clothes

Gag & dry cleaning bill by guest writer Tony Isabella.

Art by George Evans from the Tiger Man story in Rangers Comics #42, Aug. 1948.

 

 

 

Scene:

SCENE: Man (in a military uniform?) carrying a woman in his arms.

MAN: It was my pleasure to carry you over that puddle…but that was seven blocks ago.

WOMAN: Three more blocks and we’ll be at my place…and we can get out of these wet clothes.

MAN: My clothes are completely dry.

WOMAN: I wasn’t talking about you, handsome!

1948 Art: George Evans Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: Man (in a military uniform?) carrying a woman in his arms.

MAN: It was my pleasure to carry you over that puddle...but that was seven blocks ago.

WOMAN: Three more blocks and we’ll be at my place...and we can get out of these wet clothes.

MAN: My clothes are completely dry.

WOMAN: I wasn't talking about you, handsome!

1948 Art: George Evans Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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Maiden Voyage

Art by Dick Giordano in Romantic Story #72, June 1964.

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SCENE: A moonlight cruise. In the background a man in a captain's hat and a redheaded woman embrace and are about to kiss. In the foreground, a beautiful brunette woman looks on with longing. Superimposed over her is a broken heart.

REDHEAD: This is my maiden voyage!

CAPTAIN: Not for long!

BRUNETTE (thinking): Oh, barf!

CAPTION: Try not to lose your lunch when you read her tasteful tale of woe...

HEART CAPTION: "I Was Seasick...with Lust!"

1964 Art: Dick Giordano New Color: Allen Freeman

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Remember to Breathe

This lesson courtesy of guest writer Tony Isabella.

Art by John Tartaglione from the story “My Confidence Man” in FIRST KISS #5, 1958.

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Woman getting out of a car. A man is sitting in the driver’s seat of the car.

WOMAN: Dear boy, I’ve taught you how to be a fit companion for more refined women. Now go practice your breathing exercises. After all…Tomorrow is your all-important oral examination.

MAN: Ulp!

1958 Art: John Tartaglione Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer & Teacher’s Aide: Tony Isabella

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SCENE: Woman getting out of a car. A man is sitting in the driver's seat of the car.

WOMAN: Dear boy, I’ve taught you how to be a fit companion for more refined women. Now go practice your breathing exercises. After all...Tomorrow is your all-important oral examination.

MAN: Ulp!

1958 Art: John Tartaglione Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer & Teacher’s Aide: Tony Isabella

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