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First Love Illustrated #9, Harvey

A classic love triangle

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Could this be the source of the eternal conflict between the Blonde in Red and the Redhead in Yellow?

(I just hope the boyfriend’s name isn’t Chekhov, because if so, I’d worry about those guns on the wall.)


First Love Illustrated #9, Harvey

Confessions of the Lovelorn #96, by ACG

Eternal Rivals

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“I — I saw the way you looked at her! Don’t you DARE look at any other girl — Ever!”

She’s trying to play it off as just being jealous, but I suspect the true reason that The Blonde in a Red Dress is so upset is because she’s wasn’t expecting to awkwardly cross paths with her counterpart arch-nemesis… The Redhead in a Yellow Dress!


Confessions of the Lovelorn #96, by ACG

Teen-Age Romances #23 by St. John

A model employee

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Flashback week! As a teen, our hardworking Blonde in a Red Dress had to learn valuable life lessons about the complications that come from living a tangled web of mystery and intrigue.

(Then again, considering the rest of her long career, it could be that the only lesson she ended up learning was “Try to avoid jobs working in the basement of a dirty store.”)


Teen-Age Romances #23 by St. John

Teen-Age Romances #21 by St. John

He must never find out

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Flashback week! The Blonde in a Red Dress is quite familiar with living a complex double life as an international woman of mystery. Of course, back when she was a teenager, that sort of approach to life tended to cause problems.


Teen-Age Romances #21 by St. John

First Love #20 by Harvey

That’s why you should wear a seatbelt

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But don’t worry. She’s been through worse, I’m sure “Susan” will be fine. (If that’s her real name.)

All True Romance #12 by Comic Media

Jane Wanted More!

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Was “Jane” the name of the blonde in red? Or perhaps Jane was one of the other brunettes on the cover? Whoever Jane was, she wanted more! And so did the fans!

Having survived her eerie “tales of fantasy and suspense”, she moved on to star in “intimate stories of real love” and proved herself adaptable to a wide range of titles and genres!

And thus began the recurring adventures of The Blonde in a Red Dress: the most prolific comic book cover gal of the Golden Age!