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All Great Comics 1945 Edition, by Fox Features

“Your Death! What — the –? My Armor”

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“30 Great Features”, “128 Pages”, and TWO cover appearances for the Blonde in a Red Dress. She’s keeping busy!


All Great Comics 1945 Edition, by Fox Features

Wings Comics #73, Fiction House

Through Hell and Stormoviks!

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How she sings as she swings through the air
Look below, there’s her field over there
With her one chute strap gone
She can still carry on
Comin’ in on a wing and a prayer


Wings Comics #73, Fiction House

Four-Color #10, by Dell

Backseat Driver

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I’m not sure I’d exactly call that expression a smile, but “Smirking Jack” just doesn’t have the same ring to it. At least the Blonde in a Red Dress seems to be enjoying herself.


Smilin’ Jack (Four-Color #10), by Dell

Terrific Comics #5, Continental

What goes on here?

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Still buffed from last week’s role as “the lady wrestler”, the Blonde in a Red Dress decided to do her own stunts during the action scenes in this issue’s wild cover involving a spiked-wheel-o-death run by a mishmash of crazy monstrous villains as she awaits rescue by… um… Generic Gun-Toting Man, and his sidekick Wrench-Wielding Boy?


Terrific Comics #5, Continental

Famous Funnies #90, Eastern

Scorchy Smith thwarts the feast of the vultures

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This cover may be many things, but “Famous” and “Funny” would not have been my first choice of descriptors.


Famous Funnies #90, Eastern

C-M-O Comics #1 by Centaur

Jack and Judy?

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Flashback week! Like many celebrities, the Blonde in a Red Dress got her start as a child actor in commercials. Here, she plays the role of teenager Judy Alden for “C-M-O Comics”… which stands for “Chicago Mail Order”, and the stories inside the comic were structured as ads for various products (inlcuding her stylish red outfit.)


C-M-O Comics #1 by Centaur

Super Spy #2 by Centaur

Quick, call an ambulance!

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Still unconscious from last week? Apparently recent events have been too exhausting for the Blonde in a Red Dress.

But, in a happy coincidence, at least a conscientious Super Spy is nearby to flag down a passing friendly ambulance for help.


Super Spy #2 by Centaur