Purple Prose

Art by Rafael Astarita from the story "The Miller's Daughter" in FOR A NIGHT OF LOVE #1, 1951.

Art by Rafael Astarita from the story “The Miller’s Daughter” in FOR A NIGHT OF LOVE #1, 1951.

And one silly comics writer made fun of them—moments before one volcano erupted and buried their pretentious asses one after one!

Meanwhile, back in the present…
See the revamped version of this art and with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

 

Last Kiss Jewelry at Comic-Con

Debbie Luccareni-Hogan's Last Kiss Jewelry.

Debbie Luccareni-Hogan’s Last Kiss Jewelry.

Here’s a sneak peak at some of the Last Kiss jewelry created by Debbie Luccareni-Hogan. Debbie will be premiering this and some of her other fantastic fantasy jewelry at the Last Kiss book (#2302) at this week’s Comic-Con International.

I Wonder What He Looks Like?

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Colletta from the story "Possessed" in BRIDES IN LOVE #8, 1958.

Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Colletta from the story “Possessed” in BRIDES IN LOVE #8, 1958.

He has such a nice voice. Very charming. I’ll bet he’s handsome too.

And maybe he’s rich. But the poor guy probably doesn’t know how to spend his money to have fun.

Gosh, I could help. And he’ll be so grateful. We’ll fall in love.

But I won’t accept his proposal until at least the second date…because I don’t want to appear too eager!

Meanwhile, back in the present…
See the revamped version of this art and with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

Football Tears

Art by Bill Ward from the story "Rapture at Homecoming Time" in DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

Art by Bill Ward from the story “Rapture at Homecoming Time” in DIARY LOVES #8, 1951.

Susan never cried about baseball or hockey, but football was different!!!

And if Susan had to sleep with another coach to get him to use her plays and strategy—well that was a small price to pay for a winning season of pee wee football.

Meanwhile, back in the present…
See the revamped version of this art and with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

The Terrible Stranger

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story "The Terrible Stranger" in BRIDES IN LOVE #10, 1958.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio from the story “The Terrible Stranger”in BRIDES IN LOVE #10, 1958.

How dare a charming, handsome, single man move into my neighborhood! I’m going over there right now to give him a piece of my mind—plus dinner and a bottle of champagne.

Meanwhile, back in the present…
See the revamped version of this art and with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

 
July 22nd, 2014

Blind Lust

Meanwhile, back in 1951…
See the original 1951 art and dialogue for today’s Last Kiss webcomic here.

↓ Transcript
SCENE: Man is kissing the neck and shoulder area of a woman.

WOMAN (thinking): Blind lust? Wow! I didn’t see that coming!

Art: Rafael Astarita Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
©2014 Last Kiss Inc.
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