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Strange Mysteries #14, Superior Comics

Terrifying! Startling! Suspense!

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If that’s Earl, he’d better run if he knows what’s good for him. The Blonde in a Red Dress demonstrates her own methods of dealing with trespassers besides just filing restraining orders.


Strange Mysteries #14, Superior Comics

Blackhawk #31, Quality

“What Diabolical Plot Could Drive a Wedge Between The Inseparable Comrades?”

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The Blonde in a Red Dress wisely decides to back away slowly and pretend she doesn’t know either the gun-toting mystery menace or the heroes with the clownish ethnic stereotype sidekick.


Blackhawk #31, Quality

Western Thrillers #6, Fox Features

Ya Sniv’lin Varmint!!!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress was content with the rootin’-tootin’ cheerful cowboy ranch from yesterday, but no, her brother had to keep looking for a more “authentic” Wild West family vacation experience.


Western Thrillers #6, Fox Features

Underworld v1 #2, DS Publishing

“Never Mind The Gab, Grab This Tommy-Gun!”

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Unexpected early wake-up calls like this could be why The Blonde in a Red Dress is so cranky in the mornings.


Underworld v1 #2, DS Publishing