Web of Evil #1, by Quality
The fiance of the Blonde in a Red Dress has trouble recognizing her when the cover is cropped so that her red dress isn’t actually visible.
G.I. Sweethearts #38, Quality
Pictorial Romances #6, by St. John
The Blonde in a Red Dress was having adventures even from a very young age.
New Heroic Comics #64, by Eastern Color Publishing
Apparently the Blonde in Red still hasn’t quite made up her mind on the whole “date two boyfriends at the same time” dilemma.
First Love #10, by Harvey Comics
The Blonde in a Red Dress was hoping her new job with the Screaming Eel Tour Boat Agency came with some real responsibilities, but she soon realized she was just a figurehead.
Witches Tales #3, Harvey
In addition to art classes, our heroine had also signed up for “Swashbuckling Pirate Yarns” (she thought the name was referring to a knitting club.)
Buccaneers #24, Quality Comics
The Brunette in a Green Dress suddenly realizes she really shouldn’t have been such a high school bully to the Blonde in a Red Dress.
Pay-Off v1. #5, DS Publishing
The Blonde in a Red Dress has a vacation day off, but good ol’ Smilin’ Ed promised he’d find a suitable temp replacement. I’m sure the readers won’t even notice a difference!
Buster Brown Comics #19, The Brown Shoe Company
The Blonde in Red was disappointed to learn that her new dress ranked so low on the Helen-o-meter. (If Helen-of-Troy is the quantifiable beauty standard for launching one thousand ships, then launching only four canoes would register a score of only four Milli-Helens. That’s science!)
Dotty #38, Ace