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Startling Comics v7 #21, Pines

Featuring The Fighting Yank, Super-Patriot

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If this was a modern action movie, someone would be making a quip about an “acid trip.”


Startling Comics v7 #21, Pines

Thrilling Comics v2 #6 by Pines

A long week continues

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Awakening adrift at sea, the Blonde in a Red Dress gives an envious glare at “Dr. Strange” for whatever mysterious superpower allows his amazingly stylish hair to remain impervious even to the churning ocean waves and incoming torpedoes.


Thrilling Comics v2 #6 by Pines

Thrilling Comics #53 by Pines

Twas beauty that killed the beast…

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…Or maybe it was that spear plus a punch to the jaw.

Apparently our heroine’s jungle safari vacation is still going pretty much as expected.


Thrilling Comics #53 (Pines)

Little Miss Muffet #12 by Pines

Former child star in red?

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While she’s recovering from her latest near-death experience, our heroine sees her life flash before her eyes. Apparently she started the whole “Blonde in a Red Dress” thing at a young age!

Personally, I think extending her fashion sense to include a dog in a red dress might be pushing things a little too far.


Little Miss Muffet #12 (Pines)

Captain Easy #14 (Pines)

Not as easy as it looks

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To paraphrase that old quip about Ginger Rogers, the Blonde in a Red Dress not only had to do her own stunts on a sinking rowboat on the open seas, but she apparently had to do it while falling backwards and in high heels.