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adelphe: “ Teenage Love Vol 2 No. 57, January 1968 ”

Veronica here, especially her bag.

Betty, Veronica and their friends wore clothes that you coveted – and some that should never be worn again.

Patsy and Her Pals #2-1953-Patsy Walker-Hedy Wolf-gga beach cover

Patsy and Her Pals #2-1953-Patsy Walker-Hedy Wolf-gga beach cover in Comic Books > Golden Age (1938-55)

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MY OWN ROMANCE #41. Staples are tight, no missing interior pages or cut coupons, not warped, no restoration. Cover is fully attached, book lays flat, supple pages and cover, no brittleness.. This copy has general wear, spine roll and a tear at spine center that goes into book. A reader copy in GOOD

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GCD :: Cover :: Young Love #90

Drowning Girl

© Roy Lichtenstein About the ArtistKnown for his interpretation of the subjects and commercial style of cartoons and advertising, Lichtenstein launched the Pop Art movement of the 1960’s by bringing popular culture into fine art. He initially took his subject matter from True Romance and Adventure comics, as well as the Yellow Pages. His bold outlines, vivid colors, stylized forms and signature Benday dots simulated mechanical reproduction techniques. Born in New York in 1923, he studied…

I Couldn't Be Faithful!

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Vintage Brides

Girls Love Stories Issue #177, early 1970’s

Comic Book Covers: Photo

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WEIRD Love #7

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Heart-shaped bustiers...

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Love

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Situations

Dancing

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She can’t believe you wore that dress out of the house.

I Couldn't Be Faithful!

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African-American Couples on the Covers of 1970s Romance Comics — Sequential Crush

At first glance, these ten covers seem to have no apparent unifying theme, other than that they are quite lovely and from a relatively short range of time -- late 1971 to Spring of 1973. Take a closer look at them and you will see that in the background, each has an African-American couple as witnes

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Passion

Sex Cartoon

Sexy vector illustration of a young woman screaming out in joy. Hot pop art girl cartoon showing a close-up of a beautiful blond woman for your sexual intercourse, affair, intimate moments, relationship, seduction, desire, sex, satisfaction, one night stand, romance and adult themes. Orgasm vector by OverSurge for VectorFree.com

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Comically Vintage

Vintage comics, taken out of context. Hilarity ensues. Your paleocomicologist: vanessa jane Do you...

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Rejection

The Friendly Skies: Young Romance 127 - "Another Face, Another Love"

Although I have a number of these Bonnie Taylor comics in my collection, I don't have this one, the scan of which I received from another collector. The Bonnie Taylor story suggests what life is like for a woman constantly on the move in the job of an airline stewardess. Drawn by John Romita Sr. and written by Bob Kanigher, it represents the product of a high quality team working for DC at the time (mid-1960s). 'Career girl' or 'working girl' stories are fairly common in romance comics, and…

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COMIC SLAMS!

adelphe: “ Teenage Love Vol 2 No. 57, January 1968 ”

Veronica here, especially her bag.

Betty, Veronica and their friends wore clothes that you coveted – and some that should never be worn again.

The Friendly Skies: Young Romance 127 - "Another Face, Another Love"

Although I have a number of these Bonnie Taylor comics in my collection, I don't have this one, the scan of which I received from another collector. The Bonnie Taylor story suggests what life is like for a woman constantly on the move in the job of an airline stewardess. Drawn by John Romita Sr. and written by Bob Kanigher, it represents the product of a high quality team working for DC at the time (mid-1960s). 'Career girl' or 'working girl' stories are fairly common in romance comics, and…

Sex Cartoon

Sexy vector illustration of a young woman screaming out in joy. Hot pop art girl cartoon showing a close-up of a beautiful blond woman for your sexual intercourse, affair, intimate moments, relationship, seduction, desire, sex, satisfaction, one night stand, romance and adult themes. Orgasm vector by OverSurge for VectorFree.com

Friday Night Fights | Chris's Invincible Super-Blog | Page 2

Patsy and Her Pals #2-1953-Patsy Walker-Hedy Wolf-gga beach cover

Patsy and Her Pals #2-1953-Patsy Walker-Hedy Wolf-gga beach cover in Comic Books > Golden Age (1938-55)

Your place to buy and sell all things handmade

MY OWN ROMANCE #41. Staples are tight, no missing interior pages or cut coupons, not warped, no restoration. Cover is fully attached, book lays flat, supple pages and cover, no brittleness.. This copy has general wear, spine roll and a tear at spine center that goes into book. A reader copy in GOOD

“Just a Gay Companion.” - Superdickery - Be sure to catch Avengers 4: The Unsnappening

Comically Vintage

Vintage comics, taken out of context. Hilarity ensues. Your paleocomicologist: vanessa jane Do you...

Dr. Monkey's Retro Scan Emporium and Lounge

She can’t believe you wore that dress out of the house.

African-American Couples on the Covers of 1970s Romance Comics — Sequential Crush

At first glance, these ten covers seem to have no apparent unifying theme, other than that they are quite lovely and from a relatively short range of time -- late 1971 to Spring of 1973. Take a closer look at them and you will see that in the background, each has an African-American couple as witnes