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She’s Still MY Girl — Even if she IS a CHEAT!

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Lettering problems and advice, illustrated: It’s a very small difference of spacing between “GLITTERED” and “GUTTERED”.


True Love Problems And Advice Illustrated #13, by Harvey

Crime Can’t Pay In Any Way!

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This is one of those comic covers where there seems to be too much going on in too little amount of time.


Crime Smashers #8, by Trojan

Mad Killers Menace Our Safety!

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Wow, that’s an up-to-the-minute news headline!

(And yes, I’m still considering this a “Blonde in a Red Dress” cover, if we assume the orange coloring is due to being a strawberry blonde under dim streetlights.)


Who Is Next? #5, by Standard Comics

You Can’t Cheat A Ghost

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Terrifying! Startling! Suspenseful! Strange! Mysterious! (And that’s just the words describing the questionable perspective and relative sizes of everyone on this cover!)


Strange Mysteries #9, by Superior Comics

Case of the Crazy Killer

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In addition to shouting her warning, the Blonde in Red also attempted to communicate through sign language and interpretive dance. (It didn’t help.)


Fight Against Crime #11, by Story

Trying Out A New Look

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Our Blonde Heroine briefly tried trading in her trademark Red Dress for some White Pants, but she was upstaged by a gorilla in clown makeup.


Thun’da King of the Congo #4, by Magazine Enterprises

Release the Hounds! (Or Maybe Just a Goat.)

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The Blonde in a Red Dress wishes for just a little peace and quiet when visiting her Uncle Charlie’s family.


Uncle Charlie’s Fables #1, by Lev Gleason

Some Assembly Required

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The Blonde in Red spent the holidays stuck working overtime at the military’s top secret skunkworks laboratory.


From PS: The Preventive Maintenance Monthly #73, 1958