Skip to content
True War Romances #12, Quality Comics

Not Falling For Your Fancy Talk

Not Falling For Your Fancy Talk published on No Comments on Not Falling For Your Fancy Talk

The Blonde in Red is beginning to seriously regretting dumping Ted and/or Ron in favor of Steve.


True War Romances #12, Quality Comics

True War Romances #10, Quality Comics

I Sent The Man I Love Into Combat!

I Sent The Man I Love Into Combat! published on 1 Comment on I Sent The Man I Love Into Combat!

The Blonde in a Red Dress lives in an alternate timeline where a weepy auburn-haired woman was the Commander-In-Chief of the United States Armed Forces?


True War Romances #10, Quality Comics

Fight Comics #42, Fiction House

Drop in for a visit!

Drop in for a visit! published on 1 Comment on Drop in for a visit!

The Blonde in a Red Dress finds her quiet picnic at the park interrupted by a sudden outbreak of WW2 re-enactment enthusiasts.


Fight Comics #42, Fiction House

Star Weekly, May 12, 1945

The Blonde in a Red Dress World Tour: Canada

The Blonde in a Red Dress World Tour: Canada published on 1 Comment on The Blonde in a Red Dress World Tour: Canada

The Blonde in Red joined a parade in Canada for a somewhat more reserved celebration of WW2 victory compared to a more well-known iconic photo of a certain random sailor kissing a certain random nurse in the street of a certain neighboring country.


Star Weekly, May 12, 1945

Fight Comics #20, Fiction House

Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo

Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo published on 1 Comment on Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo

Not sure why the bamboo walls of the hut are red, but it allowed our heroine to try avoiding her captor’s attention by blending into the background using the inherent stealth camouflage of her Red Dress.


Fight Comics #20, Fiction House

Fight Comics #33, Fiction House

Dedicated to Uncle Sam’s Fighting Men

Dedicated to Uncle Sam’s Fighting Men published on 1 Comment on Dedicated to Uncle Sam’s Fighting Men

In this issue: Rip Carson, Tiger Girl, Hooks Devlin, Senorita Rio, Shark Brodie… “and others”?

Sad. It’s the equivalent of ending the Gilligan’s Island song with “and all the rest”.


Fight Comics #33, Fiction House