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Realistic Famous Gangsters

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“The underworld gangsters who control the shipment of drugs”… and the Blonde in a Red Dress so jaded and bored of it all that she sleeps through a gunfight.


Crime On The Waterfront #4, by Avon

Typo Correction?

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Hey, is the Blonde in a Red Dress also moonlighting as this comic book’s copy editor? Because while she’s asleep on the job, she’s missing the letter “E” in “HEROINE”!


Down With Crime #3, by Fawcett

I’ll Just Show Myself Out

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The Blonde in a Red Dress regrets letting her blind date set the plans for the evening. (She wanted dinner and a movie; he apparently wanted to have a shootout with the coppers first.)


Sensational Police Cases #3, by Avon

Boss Of This Gambling Tub!

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See? This is what happened when the Blonde in Red didn’t listen to her parents when they warned her about running away to marry “a cheap, low-down gambler”.


Law Breakers #7, by Charlton

Black Hawk Down!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress takes a quick nap, worn out from moonlighting on another Old West cover in-between her usual romance and horror appearances.


Fighting Indians of the Wild West #1, by Avon

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

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