I cannot think of a better advertisement for a comic book. What would you rather have, acid-spray arrowheads or kisses? I thought so.
I searched for other uses of this phrase, but couldn't find anything. It seems like a great line for a pulp novel. However, there was a big ad campaign in the late 20's for Old Gold cigarettes where the slogan was "Not a cough in a carload," highlighting the smooth flavor of the smoking experience.
And, oh this is good, I found a comic strip by Clare Briggs for Old Gold that shows a tobacco CEO quickly going bankrupt once Old Gold comes on the scene. The guy then goes a little crazy and the text says, "and you're so 'het up' you just can't help wiltin' your collar." The final panel shows the day utterly ruined, the guy clutching his throat, face red, and his young wife or girlfriend is crying in the background, saying "Boo-hoo, he never swore at me before and he usta be the nicest man."