Mother’s Day 2024

Mother’s Day 2024

Happy Mother’s Day!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Alice Kirkpatrick & Bill Ward from the story “Never Marry for Love” in Diary Loves #5, May 1950. Quality Comics.

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SCENE: Young, red-headed woman is in bed writing in a journal .

WOMAN (thinking): Mom, come quick! I stuffed Silly Putty up my nose...and I can't get it out!

Have a Happy, Relaxing Mother’s Day!

Art: Alice Kirkpatrick & Bill Ward Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Not a Mother of Invention: John Lustig
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You Look So Familiar

You Look So Familiar

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by John Tartaglione from the story “Dear Jilted” in Brides in Love #8, June 1958. Charlton Comics.

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SCENE: Man holding a red drinking glass is talking to a woman.

MAN: You look familiar!
WOMAN: I’m the mother of your children!
MAN: No, that’s not it!

1958 Art: John Tartaglione Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer of Mom’s Favorite Comic: John Lustig

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Complicated Sex

Complicated Sex

Original Vintage Art & Text

Penciller unknown. Inked by Dick Giordano. First appeared in First Kiss #21, 1961.

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SCENE: Man and woman sitting on the grass. He looks very down, maybe even depressed.

MAN: Mom’s right! Sex is more complicated...with two people!

1961 Inks: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
Complicated Guy: John Lustig
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Mom Approves

Mom Approves

Obviously, this gag is worth at least $1 million. But would my mom approve of it? Probably not.

Original Vintage Art & Text

Inks by Dick Giordano from the story “Heartbreakers” in First Kiss #12, Jan. 1960. Published by Charlton.

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SCENE: A very dressed up man and woman are coming out of a building--possibly a night club.

WOMAN: I told mom I was marrying a millionaire! And guess what? She approves!

MAN: Me? A millionaire?! But I’m not...

WOMAN: And I’ll tell Mom that someday...after the wedding! But for now...she approves!!!

1960 Inks: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
Richie Rich’s Illegimate Brother: John Lustig

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Super-Mom

Super-Mom

Original Vintage Art & Text

Artist unknown. Art from “The Spider Queen” story in The Eagle #2, Sept. 1941. Published by Fox.

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SCENE: A woman in a superhero suit is floating among the clouds.

CAPTION: Now that she was Super-Mom there were no limits to her powers!

SUPER-MOM: First I beat evil! Then I beat world hunger! And now I’m going home...to beat the rugs!

1941 artist unknown Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Mr. Super-Mom: John Lustig

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