The Blonde in Red is fashionable enough that she can even make the combo of a space helmet, midriff blouse, and miniskirt look good… although I’m not sure exactly how they’re supposed to work as deep space astronaut gear.
Planet Comics #36, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress has to shoot the same invading alien horde as the hero, but in high heels and backwards!
Planet Comics #33, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress gets to act as the decoy as “Reef Ryan blasts the flesh-hungry spidermen to reach Neptune’s hidden paradise”.
Planet Comics #19, Fiction House
The “Invading Hairy Hordes of Mars” were jealous of the fashionable hairdo of the Blonde in a Red Dress.
Planet Comics #17, Fiction House
Our heroine trades in her Red Dress for a Red Spacesuit, for a week of “weird adventures on other worlds” in “the universe of the future”!
Planet Comics #12, Fiction House
The Redhead in a Yellow Dress quickly discovers that being a sci-fi/fantasy/horror/pulp adventure cover model like the Blonde in a Red Dress isn’t all sunshine and dream jewels.
Planet Comics #22, Fiction House
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
After having nothing but bad luck with airplane travel this week, the Blonde in Red decides to try waterskiing from a helicopter instead.
Wings #100, Fiction House
The villains soon discovered that as payback for being kidnapped and pushed out an airplane, the Blonde in a Red Dress made off with just about everything that wasn’t nailed down.
Wings Comics #96, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress escaped from being tied up in the cockpit just in time to be dangling for her life from the open bomber doors instead. But on the other hand, at least her villainous adversary seems to have forgotten which end of the gun to use.
(Disclaimer: I think this was a cover featuring the Blonde in a Red Dress, but I wasn’t 100% sure because the available scans of this cover online were so heavily faded that the heroine’s hair and dress were the same shade of faded orange as the trees, sky, and everything else! It took some extra Photoshop work to coax some color back to the cover.)
Wings Comics #88, Fiction House