Art by Edmond Good from the story “Vortex of Death” in DAGAR: DESERT FOX #15, 1948.
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SCENE: Two bare-chested guys. One with rope wrapped around his wrist.
TIED GUY: Are we married yet?
OTHER GUY: Must be! We’ve “tied the knot!”
1948 Art: Edmond Good Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Harry Sahle & Terry Szenics from ROLY POLY COMICS #1, 1945. Click on image to enlarge.
ANGRY WOMAN WITH A ROLLING PIN: I want revenge! But hitting him isn’t enough! I may have to marry him!
1945 Art: Harry Sahle & Terry Szenics Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Artist unknown. Art from the story “A Losing Game” in HEART AND SOUL #2, 1954.
SCENE: Older man embraces younger woman.
MAN: I'm worried! when I die, You’ll be a rich, young widow…all alone!
WOMAN: Not for long!
1954 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Sorry. No original art this time.
WOMAN: I’m looking forward to the honeymoon! Afterwards, I may even get married!
1934 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Charles Sultan & Dick Beck from the story “The Man I Want to Marry” in “BRIDES ROMANCES #22, 1956. Click image to enlarge.
SCENE: Groom and red-headed bride.
BRIDE (thinking): The big lug! He thinks he’s marrying my twin sister! Wait’ll he finds out I don’t have one!
1956 Art: Charles Sultan & Dick Beck Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira