Ten-Story Love v30 #1, by Ace
Yes, technically this isn’t a red dress, but I’m going to assume it just got extra dusty while she was working in the museum. It would be a lot easier to keep clean if the mummies would stop breaking things.
Web of Mystery #7, by Ace
Before the now-familiar children’s novel underwent extensive rewrites, the Blonde in a Red Dress was going to have a starring role in an early draft of Harry Potter and the Phoneix Who Gives Orders.
The Beyond #18, by Ace
The Blonde in a Red Dress has reckless disregard for spoiler warnings.
The Beyond #15, by Ace
Footprints. Desecrating ancient Indian burial chambers. Things that the Blonde in a Red Dress’s soon-to-be-ex-boyfriend thinks are “fantastic”.
Baffling Mysteries #12, by Ace
The Blonde in Red really needs to find a boyfriend with better situational awareness and peripheral vision.
Web of Mystery #15, by Ace
“The Sacrificial Worshipers of Baal” was the name of the Blonde in Red’s amateur rock band in high school.
Baffling Mysteries #11, by Ace Magazines
Trying to interrupt the Blonde in Red before she finishes getting the verdict from the petals of her “loves-me/loves-me-not” flower is totally unfair.
Love At First Sight #10, by Ace
The Blonde in Red suddenly remembers that her bill of sale for that violin wasn’t notarized, and the check hasn’t cleared yet, so really, it’s technically not her violin yet.
Web of Mystery #3, by Ace
The perspectives and proportions on this cover look stranger the longer I look at it.
Glamorous Romances #52, by Ace