Golden Age Cover Gallery of the Blonde in a Red Dress
Eerie #9 by Avon

An Eerie Replacement

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The new golden-haired cover girl could strike a pose just as well as her predecessor, and she quickly proved herself adept at facing down the various monsters that came with the job. Sadly, the same couldn’t be said of her boyfriend.

Eerie #13 by Avon

Hold That Pose

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The blonde in a red dress soon proved herself popular enough to warrant a return appearance! Her boyfriend didn’t. (Unless maybe he ended up as one of the skulls. Comic book cover modeling is such a high-risk profession.)

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… Continue reading Jane Wanted More!

Captain Easy #14 (Pines)

Not as easy as it looks

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To paraphrase that old quip about Ginger Rogers, the Blonde in a Red Dress not only had to do her own stunts on a sinking rowboat on the open seas, but she apparently had to do it while falling backwards and in high heels.

Wings Comics #94 by Fiction House

Over the top

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Specifically, tied up over the top of an airplane. While being held at gunpoint. While the plane is on fire. And while another airplane strafes the crashing airplane with more gunfire.

The Hand of Fate #12 by Ace

Any landing you can walk away from…

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Ah! I was wondering how our heroine was going to survive yesterday’s predicament. If the fickle hand of fate itself is a member of the Blonde in a Red Dress Fan Club, her long death-defying career suddenly makes much more sense.

Diary of Horror #1 by Avon

Red Dress vs Red Dress

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Ouch! Things didn’t go well when the disgruntled former-cover-girl-in-a-red-dress decided to have words with her blonde successor. Try to patch things up, girls! When cover girl heroines fight, it just means the terrorists undead skull-faced zombies win!

Hand of Fate #9 by Ace

Grave mistake

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Our heroine really needs to stop walking through graveyards. Nothing good ever seems to come from it. And hey! “Janet Lee”? At last, we know the real name of our mysterious Blonde in a Red Dress! Too bad she’s fated for an untimely end. Whatever will we do for tomorrow’s cover?