“One turn of the switch and the girl’s blood would forever be fused with the gorilla’s!”
Seriously, what was the thought process that would lead someone to think that A-Fishbowl-Helmet-That-Gives-A-Girl-The-Blood-Of-A-Gorilla is a worthwhile invention? Or a productive use of time and resources? Or worth getting punched in the face by the Blue Beetle?
Mystery Men Comics #26, by Fox Features
To keep her career from getting pigeonholed, the Blonde in Red would sometimes moonlight for pulps & paperbacks in-between her comic book gigs.
Sexton Blake Library S3 #4
From the look on the face of the Blonde in a Red Dress, she’s reading the cover blub and wondering why she’s stuck strapped to a mad scientist’s torture bench rather than having whimsical adventures in the “Davy the Wishmaster” backup story.
Blue Beetle #10 by Fox
Just in time for an early April Fool’s Day, have some murderous thespian cosplay of a Man In A Red Dress And Presumably A Blond Wig.
(Still a better outfit than that day-glow plaid thing the other guy’s wearing.)
Iconic jungle heroine “Sheena” was more well-known for her leopard-print leotard look, but on a few early comic covers her role was filled by that all-purpose understudy: The Blonde In A Red Dress.