Sailor Sex Beware

Sailor Sex Beware

Meanwhile, back in 1954…
See the original 1954 art and dialogue for today’s Last Kiss webcomic here.

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SCENE: Male sailor rushing towards young woman. They're both smiling and holding their arms out to embrace each other.



How Dare You Date

How Dare You Date

20.3.3.5

Art by Charles Nicholas & Jon D’Agostino from First Kiss #20, 1961.

This is one of several one-panel gags that I wrote for Northwest Press’s forthcoming anthology “Anything That Loves.”

The book is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign that’s going on through Monday Apr 29, 2013 12:00am EDT.

Editor Zan Christensen describes it as “a bold new comics anthology that explores and celebrates the complex world beyond the categories of ‘gay’ and ‘straight.’

“This will be, as far as I know, the first major comics anthology focusing on sexuality outside of “gay” and “straight”. (Bisexual! Pansexual! Omnisexual! Why-are-you-so-obsessed-with-labeling-me-sexual!)”

Contributors include Kevin Boze, Ellen Forney, Erika Moen, Randall Kirby, Roberta Gregory, Stasia Kato and many more.

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SCENE: A soldier talks angrily to a civilian man and woman.

SOLDIER: You’re dating? That does it! I’m breaking up with at least one of you!

Art: Charles Nicholas & Jon D’Agostino
Color: Allen Freeman
©2013 Last Kiss Inc

20.3.3.5


Dont Ask! Santa Knows!

Dont Ask! Santa Knows!

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SCENE: Three men in a military-style barracks. There's a Christmas wreath on the wall above a bunk bed.

MAN #1: Santa’s new slogan? Don’t
ask! We’ll te11!

MAN #2: Have a fabulous Christmas!

Pencils: Dick Giordano Inks: Vince Alascia Color: Allen Freeman

A Friend Of The Fleet

A Friend Of The Fleet

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WOMAN (close-up): Don't wait up for me, Dear! The Fleet's in! I may not be back for days!