The Blonde in Red should talk to her agent about her recurring appearances at “Top Notch Comics”, as they seem to already be running out of ideas: I think she might be tied to the same tree by the same villain and awaiting rescue by the same heroes as last time! Not even sure if the henchmen monsters count as being different, as they might just be the same werewolves at different points in their transformation.
Top-Notch #19, MLJ
The Blonde in a Red Dress realizes that her mother was probably right to warn her against spending too much time hanging out with corpses of questionable reputation.
Detective Short Stories v3 #5
The long week continues with the Blonde in a Red Dress invited to a midnight bonfire party.
Top-Notch #14 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
Our heroine really needs to stop walking through graveyards. Nothing good ever seems to come from it.
And hey! “Janet Lee”? At last, we know the real name of our mysterious Blonde in a Red Dress! Too bad she’s fated for an untimely end. Whatever will we do for tomorrow’s cover?