Wheh! Wotta ride!!

I’ll confess, I had no idea what a long, winding road was ahead when Tony Isabella first proposed doing The Loves of Abby Amour mini-series. When we started I didn’t really know where Tony was going with the story. Or how long it was going to run. (A few weeks?) I just knew—based on my faith in Tony’s abilities—that it would be great fun. And it was!

So here we are—eight months and many plot twists later–and Abby is finally flying away to her happy ending. Or at least her ending for now. (Tony and I are planning to collect the whole Abby Amour story–plus a lot of extras–in a book.)

For now, though, I just want to celebrate—and thank Tony Isabella, our main colorist Diego Jourdan Pereira, and dream sequence colorist Sue Daigle-Leach for the fun ride!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Frank Frazetta in the story “A Love of My Own” in Personal Love #24, 1953. Published by Eastern Color. Click the link to read the entire vintage comic book for free on ComicBookPlus. The story begins on Page 11.

Past episodes of Abby Amour:

The Abby Amour miniseries runs every Friday. Dialogue by Tony Isabella with re-purposed art by Frank Frazetta. Color by Diego Jourdan Pereira! Lettering, crazy layout and special effects by John Lustig.

↓ Transcript
LOGO: The Loves of Abby Amour

CAPTION: Abby and Joe Cupid are on a mission to bring love to the world.

JOE: This will be a tough one, dearest.

JOE: We’re heading to Santa Royale.

JOE: A hotbed of dysfunctional passion...

JOE: ...in the grip of a meddling sociopath!

JOE: Her name is...Mary Worth!

CAPTION: The battle for love never ends!

CAPTION: Unlike this serial!