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Exciting Comics #48, Pines

Box Office Blockbuster

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After a nice relaxing day off watching freeway traffic, the Blonde in Red heads back to work at the local theater box office… just in time for a stickup.


Exciting Comics #48, Pines

Clue v1 #10, Hillman

The Amazing Gunmaster! It’s new! (Or is it?)

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Y’know, declaring “It’s New!” about a book with that much obvious cover wear is a great way to ensure negative customer feedback on your seller’s page.


Clue v1 #10, Hillman

Dark Mysteries #8, Story Comics

He’s crazy, but he means it!

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Wait, isn’t a “shotgun wedding” usually intended to keep the groom from running away, not the bride? (And besides, a Red Dress isn’t much of a wedding gown.)


Dark Mysteries #8, Story Comics

Punch Comics #13, Chesler

Those Who Have Defied The Skeleton

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Uh oh! That grave looks like it’s gonna be getting real crowded. (Is the Blonde in a Red Dress the “Fran Smith” on the tombstone, or the “?”)


Punch Comics #13, Chesler

Punch Comics #12, Chesler

Bones and Bullets

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I would normally assume that this cover was meant to be symbolic of the threat of death looming over a life of crime… but given the habit of the Blonde in a Red Dress to do stuff like chase after a witch’s hoard, I wouldn’t be surprised if this was an actual attack by a literal giant skull monster.


Punch Comics #12, Chesler

Fight Comics #20, Fiction House

Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo

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Not sure why the bamboo walls of the hut are red, but it allowed our heroine to try avoiding her captor’s attention by blending into the background using the inherent stealth camouflage of her Red Dress.


Fight Comics #20, Fiction House