I’m sure the Blonde in a Red Dress didn’t mean to join a counterfeit gang on purpose; she just didn’t realize that the promised job offer of “making lots of money” was actually meant literally. (That’s her story, and she’s sticking to it.)
Green Hornet #46, Harvey
Oh my gosh! The Blonde in Red may have picked up a new recurring enemy: The gangster in a garish orange hat and lime green jacket!
America’s Best Comics #30, Pines
The Blonde in a Red Dress made sure that “Third World War Plans by Agent 9” never got the chance to be the next “War of the Worlds” style radio panic.
America’s Best Comics #29, Pines
In some relationships, it can feel like a challenge to find just the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. (Or else!)
America’s Best Comics #31, Standard Comics
You’d never see the Batmobile getting a parking ticket like this.
America’s Best Comics #28, Pines
When not busy being a cover model, the Blonde in a Red Dress also works as a cover artist.
America’s Best Comics #27, Pines
Tired of playing “damsel in distress” roles, the Blonde in a Red Dress takes out her frustrations on the superhero-racetrack-for-rocket-propelled-motorbikes.
America’s Best Comics #26, Pines
The Blonde in Red glares at the home invasion robber who deserves jail not just for his crimes, but also for the fashion offense of combining a yellow tie, purple shirt, orange jacket and green hat.
The Black Terror #24, Pines
The Blonde in a Red Dress warned the carnival that their new Interpretive-Ballroom-Dance-and-Quick-Draw-Skeet-Shooting act wasn’t ready for prime time.
The Black Terror #21, Pines
The dressing room of the Blonde in a Red Dress is off limits for door-to-door knife salesmen, no matter how fancy they dress up.
The Fighting Yank #24, Pines