Posts tagged: vintage comic books
I guess Steve could start by putting a mask on.
Fill in your own thought bubble for one of these neglected youths.
I need to speak to the SR's headline writers. Remind them to be aiming for thrilling.
A) The boys you have been seeing are not worthy. Don't sweat it. B) It's the whole sexual favors thing. C) Nothing is wrong with you, Red. But why are you standing outside Blondie's window? D) Your ability to see what's behind you spooks some lads. E) Going steady is overrated. You are young. Enjoy experiencing new things. F) You have forgotten that, when running from bad guys in a wooded area, you are supposed to twist your ankle and fall. G) Other.
Bruce certainly was one square-jawed son of a gun.
His track and field form seems a bit iffy, though.
Maybe your eye shadow has seeped into your brain. Or perhaps it is the allure of his WTF sideburns.
Now that I think about it, I might have used this a year or two ago. Guess I cannot resist those sideburns. What sort of editing decision led to that absurdity?
“Make him look hipper.”
“But the color plates are already set.”
“Make him look hipper!”
There was the “Campus” pennant.
Though perhaps “Personal Love” tops that on the inanity scale.
I don't think this look caught on.
If you enjoy vintage comic book covers, that is.
Probably not. Career girl Debbie Dean is a made-up character while S-R food maven and butter advocate Dorothy Dean was, oh, yeah. Never mind.
This post is dedicated to the S-R's former food editor, Lorie Hutson.
She is off to school. She's going to be a nurse.
Lorie was an absolute pleasure to work with — smart, funny and willing to be honest.
I know she will excel in her training. For one thing, she will be able to focus. Unlike Linda Carter (above), she already has a great husband and two terrific boys.
Good luck, Lorie. Everyone here will miss you.