(Either that, or maybe we’re getting to see the this cover from a different angle?)
Witches Tales #6, by Harvey
It’s the Blonde in a Red Dress vs. a Klan of Kobra Kultists.
The Fighting Yank #23, Pines
I can’t believe the bad guy fell for the ol’ “Distract-the-hooded-cultist-with-a-girl-in-a-skimpy-harem-outfit-while-the-hero-sneaks-up-and-pulls-a-gun-on-him” trick.
The Black Terror #20, Pines
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
The Blonde in Red, Yellow Nazis, Green Hornet, and… a Black Kato?! It’s a multi-media rainbow of multi-colored dangling danger!
Green Hornet #15, Harvey
The Blonde in Red really should have learned by now to stay away from graveyards.
Our Flag Comics #5, Ace Magazines
Still buffed from last week’s role as “the lady wrestler”, the Blonde in a Red Dress decided to do her own stunts during the action scenes in this issue’s wild cover involving a spiked-wheel-o-death run by a mishmash of crazy monstrous villains as she awaits rescue by… um… Generic Gun-Toting Man, and his sidekick Wrench-Wielding Boy?
Terrific Comics #5, Continental
“If you guys don’t mind, I’m just going to hang out down here in the corner and let you fight it out amongst yourselves for a change. I’ve had a really long week.”
Top Notch #2 by MLJ
Somehow yesterday’s naptime and ambulance ride ended up in the lair of weird ghoulish monsters, with a pit of green mystery liquid and a superhero in tiny pants.
(On the other hand, the Blonde in Red should probably be grateful for his presence, considering the other alternatives for help in this book would be “Slim Jim” or the “Twinkle Twins”.)
Yup, if I was having a week like this, I’d probably try to sleep through it too.
Champ Comics #22 by Harvey