Like yesterday’s cover, the Blonde in Red finds herself in yet another incomprehensible scene of warped size-changing perspective… Although in this case, I strongly suspect that the cover artist just didn’t bother with proper perspective because he wasn’t expecting anyone to be looking that closely at the rest of the background.
Sunny #14, Fox Features
The world tour continues, albeit as less of a “Blonde in a Red Dress” than “Blonde in a Red Bikini and Fancy Ballet Slippers”. (The budget went towards travel expenses and animal stunts, not authentic costuming.)
Jo-Jo Congo King #10, Fox
“30 Great Features”, “128 Pages”, and TWO cover appearances for the Blonde in a Red Dress. She’s keeping busy!
All Great Comics 1945 Edition, by Fox Features
The “Ocular Stab-o-matic Action Playset” was promptly recalled due to safety concerns.
V …- Comics #2, Fox Features
The Blonde in a Red Dress has played lots of roles where she had to do her own stunts, but thankfully very few where she had to dress up in anthropomorphic cartoon funny animal costumes for an off-brand wacky “laugh-fest of gaily colored comics”.
Zoot Comics #2, by Fox
A hero leaps into action as The Blonde in Red recoils in horror! (Not entirely sure if her horror is because she’s being threatened by gun-toting gangsters, or because she just noticed there’s a man in a very tiny skirt leaping over her head.)
The Bouncer #13, Fox Features
Yikes! I had no idea Mr. Whedon hosted such wild parties.
Mystery Men Comics #31, Fox Features
“A split instant more, and Joan would ride to her doom aboard the Nazi bomb that would send an American ship to the bottom of the Atlantic.”
Mystery Men #27, Fox Features
“One turn of the switch and the girl’s blood would forever be fused with the gorilla’s!”
Seriously, what was the thought process that would lead someone to think that A-Fishbowl-Helmet-That-Gives-A-Girl-The-Blood-Of-A-Gorilla is a worthwhile invention? Or a productive use of time and resources? Or worth getting punched in the face by the Blue Beetle?
Mystery Men Comics #26, by Fox Features
From the look on the face of the Blonde in a Red Dress, she’s reading the cover blub and wondering why she’s stuck strapped to a mad scientist’s torture bench rather than having whimsical adventures in the “Davy the Wishmaster” backup story.
Blue Beetle #10 by Fox