If you’re going to be breaking up with someone anyway, I guess an extra $5000 may help console the heartache. (I’m sure he deserves it. As we noted last week, the Blonde in a Red Dress was dating “a no-good guy“.)
Public Enemies v.1 #4, DS Publishing
You’d never see the Batmobile getting a parking ticket like this.
America’s Best Comics #28, Pines
The “Suspense” of the cover scene is somewhat reduced by the fact that the policeman is literally standing just around the corner from the pursuing villain.
Suspense Comics #2, Holyoke
I’m confused. We have a hunchback, but I’m pretty sure this isn’t Notre Dame. Is the Blonde in Red supposed to be Esmerelda?
Sparkling Stars #30, Holyoke
Copper? Lead? Darn it, I’m a doctor, not a metallurgist!
Headline Comics #27, Prize
But being a cover model for crime comics DOES pay, which is why the Blonde in Red keeps ending up in these situations.
Crime Does Not Pay #38, Lev Gleason Publications
“Who was the blonde gun-moll who fought the cops all the way to protect her worthless man?”
Whoever she was… she looks mean!
True Crime v1#3, Magazine Village
Nah, that name’s too long, I think we’ll stick with “Blonde in a Red Dress”.
I wonder what sort of life the guy running the presses must have led to have reached the point where his only reaction to a police raid is jaded, world-weary boredom.