Artist unknown. From the story “Green Eyes” in BRIDE’S SECRETS #7, 1955.
MAN (to woman): Everyone knows all those disgusting lies about me...are fake news…told by all my disgusting, fake wives!
1955 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Art by Everett Raymond Kinstler from the story “The Bridal Veil” in CINDERELLA LOVE #9, 1952.
SCENE: A minister or preach is performing a wedding. A bride and groom are standing there.
MINISTER: And, if anyone objects, they...better shut the %$#@ up! And no bitchin’ online later either!
1952 Art: Everett Raymond Kinstler Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Artist unknown (but I suspect it’s Vince Colletta.) From the story “You Can Never Tell” in FIRST KISS #10, 1959.
SCENE: Man watching a bride and groom kissing in a church.
MAN: I love weddings…especially when they’re not mine!
1959 Artist: Vince Colletta? Color: Allen Freeman
Unknown artist. House ad from TEEN-AGE BRIDES #2, 1953. Click image to enlarge.
SCENE: Red-headed bride.
BRIDE: I don’t usually wear this ‘til the second date! But I like you!
1953 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Someday soon? The poor groom can only hope!
Art by Vince Colletta from the story “Involuntary Bride” in FIRST KISS #40, 1965.
If you’re wondering about the bizarre color, the whole page of the printed comic is this way. It wasn’t unusual for Charlton comics to be printed with colors out of register. Colors were frequently misaligned. But to print with an entire color plate missing? That was rare—even for Charlton!
SCENE: Bride and groom kissing.
BRIDE (thinking): This is so much fun! I might even kiss him again…someday!
1965 Art: Vince Colletta Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira