Web of Evil #1, by Quality
From the utterly bored look on the face of the Blonde In Red, I’m assuming that her boyfriend is on probation from the remedial education program at the “College For Kisses”.
Love Letters #25, by Quality
The fiance of the Blonde in a Red Dress has trouble recognizing her when the cover is cropped so that her red dress isn’t actually visible.
G.I. Sweethearts #38, Quality
Good thing this comic has “big full width pages”, or that blow-dart might have shot clear past the edge of the scene.
Police Comics #107, by Quality Comics
Ouch. “Encountering disaster” seems a rather harsh euphemism for her boyfriend’s new haircut.
Love Confessions #7, Quality
“Why can’t they leave us alone? They’re always around! Oh Johnny, I just want your arms around me with no one to gape at us!”
Love Confessions #32, Quality
To paraphrase Nietzsche, “if you gaze too long into a pretentious art gallery, the pretentious art gallery also gazes into you.”
Torchy #2, Quality
In addition to art classes, our heroine had also signed up for “Swashbuckling Pirate Yarns” (she thought the name was referring to a knitting club.)
Buccaneers #24, Quality Comics
The Blonde in a Red Dress cannot be denied the excitement she craves (which apparently involves hallucinations of tiny faces wearing unfashionable hats.)
Campus Loves #2, Quality Comics
Sorry, but “The Villainous Pirate Snuff” doesn’t quite have the same ring as “The Dread Pirate Roberts”
Buccaneers #22, Quality