Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story “One Too Many Heartbreaks” in FIRST KISS #39, 1964.
SCENE: bowling alley
MAN #1 (to Man #2): I’m rolling gutter balls, but I’ll bet I can still score!
WOMAN WITH BOWLING BALL: I’ll take that bet!
1964 Art: Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story "One Too Many Heartbreaks" in FIRST KISS #39, 1964.
Yes, this is a revamp of a Last Kiss comic I did years ago. I’m running it so that I have time to go on a family vacation (with my wonderful wife.) No sharks involved…I assume.
Inks by Sal Trapani from the “The Ugly One” in FIRST KISS #23, 1961.
SCENE: Knife-wielding swimmer is below the water line about to confront a hungry shark.
MAN: Thank God! It's just a shark. For a moment, I THOUGHT it was my ex-wife!
1961 Inks: Sal Trapani Color: Allen Freeman
Olympic sex trials beginning now…in your bedroom. And maybe the dining room and the kitchen.
Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “Made for Romance” in FIRST KISS #4, 1958.
WOMAN: If sex were an Olympic sport...who'd win?
MAN: Me! ‘CauseI always finish first!
1958 Art: Vince Colletta Studio Color: Allen Freeman
Art by Dick Giordano from the story “The Proposal” in FIRST KISS #31, 1963.
SCENE: Blonde woman and a man are embracing in a stadium.
MAN: Relax! I didn’t sleep with all the cheerleaders! Just the blondes!
1963 Art: Dick Giordano Foreground Color: Allen Freeman
Zany Last Kiss tote bags now on sale here.
My wife is a big baseball fan. But I’m sure she wasn’t thinking about strike outs and batting averages when I proposed.
Well, almost sure.
Art by Jack Sparling from the story “Good-bye, My Love” in CINDERELLA LOVE #8, 1952.
SCENE: Man and woman having dinner---probably in a restaurant. The woman is wearing headphones. Two glasses of wine are on the table.
MAN: I-I’ve gotta ask before I l-loose my nerve...W-Will you m-marry me?
WOMAN: Whatever you said, can it wait ‘til after this inning?
VOICE FROM HEADPHONES: And here’s the pitch...
1952 Art: Jack Sparling Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira