This isn't from the pile of coverless comics and pages my father gave me, but I had to post it for Mother's Day. I have the b/w version from a magazine called SHOCK published in 1969, though it originally came from a comic called WEIRD MYSTERIES in 1952. In the late 60s and early 70s, comic publishers tried to compete with horror magazines like CREEPY and reprinted stuff they published 15 years earlier rather than commission new material, presumably not to pay anyone and to circumvent the Comics Code. You may recognize the bikini panel from the first page used in SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT. For some reason, the title of the story was changed from "Mother's Advice"
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