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Boy Comics #42, Lev Gleason

What’cha think you gained by that trick?

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I don’t know, maybe the Blonde in a Red Dress suspected that the other woman was a wicked witch, and was checking to see if she’d melt when doused with water?


Boy Comics #42, Lev Gleason

Hank (1946) by Pentagon Publishing

He only needs one name

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“An Ex-G.I. Unmasks A New Racket” is the name of the latest interpretive dance performance art by the Blonde in a Red Dress and the artist known only as “Hank”.


Hank (1946) by Pentagon Publishing

Captain Easy #10, Pines

A Matter of Perspective

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OK, so this looks at first glance like it should be a plain ol’ two-fisted adventure yarn… but the longer I stare at this cover, the more I suspect the Blonde in a Red Dress is actually in some sort of sci-fi fantasy adventure about a magical size-changing non-Euclidian hyper-dimension.


Captain Easy #10, Pines

Zippy Comics #1 (UK)

Zippy! Car-Toon Feature! Action! …Wait, what?

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Um… I’m going to choose to interpret this cover as showing that our Blonde in Red is still in her hardboiled gun moll mode of the past couple days, and the men are reacting in shock because she’s packing an arsenal of firearms under that trenchcoat. Yeah. Let’s go with that.


Zippy Comics #1 (UK)

Rangers Comics #37, Fiction House

The Blonde in a Red (Polka-Dotted) Dress, Day 4

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Apparently, “ace detective” Kerry Drake wasn’t enough help to get the bomb threat taken care of, so the Blonde in Red had to risk getting her new polka-dot dress dirty and do it herself.


Rangers Comics #37, Fiction House

Rangers Comics #25, Fiction House

Doctor Death From Tokyo

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The Blonde in Red fears that there’s something off-color about her latest cover. No, literally — her dress is magenta, her hair is orange, and her over-the-top ethnic stereotype Japanese villain is orange-brown. Someone get the colorist on the phone!


Rangers Comics #25, Fiction House

Terry and the Pirates #11, Harvey

The Blonde in a Red Dress World Tour: Somewhere!

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OK, so we don’t know exactly where this cover takes place, and the cropped cover art means we don’t have direct visual confirmation (other than the Red Dress) that this is indeed our Blonde heroine… but I think it’s a safe bet considering her known prior appearances with the globetrotting Terry and the Pirates.


Terry and the Pirates #11, Harvey

Police Comics #125, Quality

The Blonde in a Red Dress World Tour: England

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The world tour continues to the land of ye legendary Arthurian knights of olde, where we learn an important lesson: Never bring a sword to an axe fight!


Police Comics #125, Quality