The Blonde in Red (and Green) continues her attempt at a fashion change for the New Year, only to find herself still shackled to ghosts of Christmas crime dramas past.
Crime Must Pay The Penalty #17, Ace
Are these the three spirits of Christmas past, present and future? Or just some flunkies here to remind someone that they’d better not cry (to the cops.) In either case, the Blonde in a Red Dress prepares for a hardboiled holiday weekend by making a list and checking it twice. Merry Christmas!
The Sexton Blake Library #211
Thank heavens! You got here just in time! We were about to start arguing politics over Thanksgiving dinner!
Crime Smashers #1, Trojan
Sorry for interrupting our usual update schedule this week. Until the Blonde in Red returns, her rival is stuck filling in for her… which is probably why the Redhead in Yellow is currently conducting a seance to try find where the Blonde in Red has vanished to, so she can drag her back on the job!
Whodunit? Vol.1 #3
Our blonde heroine briefly exchanges her trademark red dress for some red pants, which are more practical when chasing down “Exciting Adventures — on Land — on Sea — in the Air!”
Johnny Hazard #8, Standard
The Blonde in a Red Dress realizes that she accidentally walked on to the wrong comic cover, and tries to back away slowly without interrupting things.
Underworld v1 #1, DS Publishing
The Blonde in Red sheds a tear as her family’s tennis supply business is torn apart due to an expired green card.
Underworld v1 #9, DS Publishing
The “crusade against crime” apparently includes a crackdown on unlicensed masquerade parties.
Exposed v1 #6, DS Publishing
If that’s Earl, he’d better run if he knows what’s good for him. The Blonde in a Red Dress demonstrates her own methods of dealing with trespassers besides just filing restraining orders.
Strange Mysteries #14, Superior Comics