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Carboni The Plunderer

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The Blonde in a Red Dress is secretly an elite member of “Charlie’s Fables”, the medieval precursor of “Charlie’s Angels”.


Uncle Charlie’s Fables #5, by Lev Gleason

"Stories by Famous Authors Illustrated" #13, by DS Publishing

Book summaries from the days before Wikipedia (or Cliff’s Notes)

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The Blonde in Red fainted upon realizing how many novels she’d have to read in order to get this comic book adaptation anthology ready by the deadline.


“Stories by Famous Authors Illustrated” #13, by DS Publishing

Fantastic Adventures v13 #12

I think I had a dream like this once.

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The Blonde in a Red Dress learns to never again eat an entire bag of discount Easter candy right before bedtime.


Fantastic Adventures v13 #12

Indian Fighter #1, Youthful Magazines

Red (Dress) Devils of Coyote Canyon

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Missing chunks of background art that don’t fully extend behind the foreground objects are the comic book equivalent to the edges of a low-budget soundstage backdrop being visible in a B-movie.


Indian Fighter #1, Youthful Magazines

Hi-School Romance #7, Harvey Comics

Sleigh Queen

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Our heroine resents the need to kiss her winter holiday vacation goodbye, and decides to flaunt her usual dress code when returning to work as The Blonde in Red (With Green (And Some Polka-Dots.))


Hi-School Romance #7, Harvey Comics

Outlaws v1 #9, DS Publishing

“Look What I See in my Mirror!”

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Not sure of the reasoning for the odd choice of cover concept, other than for the Blonde in Red to help confirm that Boone Marlowe is NOT actually a vampire trying to sneak in from a horror comic.


Outlaws v1 #9, DS Publishing

Jungle Jim #12, Standard

I See No Jungle

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After a rough start to her week of Wild West adventures, the Blonde in a Red Dress is finally in the saddle and ready to… Oh, come on you guys! Your outfits don’t match the theme at all.


Jungle Jim #12, Standard