A Cheer for Blondes

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

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

 

Transcript:

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

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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

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Romance Strikes Out

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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.

Art by Jack Sparling from the story “Good-bye, My Love” in CINDERELLA LOVE #8, 1952.

Transcript:

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

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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

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Cheerleader Dress Code

Original art below:

What happens when your boyfriend takes your dad’s job?

Do you cheer him on as the new football coach? Or do you tell him he’s struck out and eject him from your love life?

HINT: This is an angst-filled romance comic. Draw your own conclusions!

Art by Bill Ward from the story "Rapture at Homecoming Time" in DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

Art by Bill Ward from the story “Rapture at Homecoming Time” in DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

 
Transcript:

WOMAN: Why didn’t someone tell me? Cheerleaders should wear underwear!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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WOMAN: Why didn’t someone tell me? Cheerleaders should wear underwear!

1951 Art: Bill Ward Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Tonsil Hockey

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia from the story "Don’t Lie to a Loved One" in FIRST KISS #11, 1959.

 
Transcript:

SCENE: Man and woman looking on as another man and woman kiss. They’re all outside and there’s a banner with the words “Sports Day” on it. People are playing some sort of sport in the background.

WOMAN: Tonsil Hockey? What kind of sport is that?

MAN: The best! No matter who scores, you win!

1959 Art: C. Nicholas & V. Alascia Color: Allen Freeman

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SCENE: Man and woman looking on as another man and woman kiss. They're all outside and there's a banner with the words "Sports Day" on it. People are playing some sort of sport in the background.

WOMAN: Tonsil Hockey? What kind of sport is that?

MAN: The best! No matter who scores, you win!

1959 Art: C. Nicholas & V. Alascia Color: Allen Freeman

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Safe at Home

Today’s comic is for my own baseball-loving, redhead at home: Shelagh.

Art by Bill Ward from the story "Rapture at Homecoming Time" from DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

Art by Bill Ward from the story “Rapture at Homecoming Time” from DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

 
Transcript:

SCENE: Blonde woman talking to a man who’s dressed as a baseball player.

WOMAN: I’m throwing myself at you! Easy score! Why aren’t you swinging?

BASEBALL PLAYER: I was traded to a redhead at home!
Art: Bill Ward Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
©2015 Last Kiss Inc
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SCENE: Blonde woman talking to a man who's dressed as a baseball player.

WOMAN: I’m throwing myself at you! Easy score! Why aren’t you swinging?

BASEBALL PLAYER: I was traded to a redhead at home!
Art: Bill Ward Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
©2015 Last Kiss Inc
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