(Either that, or maybe we’re getting to see the this cover from a different angle?)
Witches Tales #6, by Harvey
The Blonde in a Red Dress is apparently still staying at an oddly witch-themed weight-loss spa and resort. Here she is being helped along by her personal trainers after a long exhausting workout.
The Blonde in Red begins to suspect that this new weight loss clinic may be overly harsh.
The Crystal Palace is proud to present the Blonde in a Red Dress as “Rosa Rio from New Orleans”… or at least, that’s the role she would be playing if she wasn’t currently curled up backstage with a stomach flu.
“When he took her in his arms, there was only the blazing magic of today!”
What happens if a Blonde in a Red Dress with “no hope for happiness” is “too young to see the danger of loving a man who knew only brute force” in a tale of “side-street love”? She stars in the comic book PSA equivalent of a TV afterschool special, that’s what happens.
Apparently the Blonde in Red still hasn’t quite made up her mind on the whole “date two boyfriends at the same time” dilemma.
The Blonde in a Red Dress felt relieved that she didn’t have to be the one doing any stunt work this issue.
The Blonde in a Red Dress was hoping her new job with the Screaming Eel Tour Boat Agency came with some real responsibilities, but she soon realized she was just a figurehead.
The Blonde in a Red Dress learns that the discount savings aren’t worth the inconvenience of shopping at Casks-of-Amontillado-R-Us.