The Blonde in Red is fashionable enough that she can even make the combo of a space helmet, midriff blouse, and miniskirt look good… although I’m not sure exactly how they’re supposed to work as deep space astronaut gear.
Planet Comics #36, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress has to shoot the same invading alien horde as the hero, but in high heels and backwards!
Planet Comics #33, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress gets to act as the decoy as “Reef Ryan blasts the flesh-hungry spidermen to reach Neptune’s hidden paradise”.
Planet Comics #19, Fiction House
The “Invading Hairy Hordes of Mars” were jealous of the fashionable hairdo of the Blonde in a Red Dress.
Planet Comics #17, Fiction House
The Redhead in a Yellow Dress quickly discovers that being a sci-fi/fantasy/horror/pulp adventure cover model like the Blonde in a Red Dress isn’t all sunshine and dream jewels.
Planet Comics #22, Fiction House
Shooting through holes in the spaceship windows? Once again, I’m not sure that’s how outer space is supposed to work.
Startling Comics #51
Yikes! That robot better be waterproof, or this could end up like those cautionary tales about a hairdryer in a bathtub.
Startling Comics #49, Pines
The Blonde in Red warned those leering space aliens that the Space Detective would zap ’em if they got fresh.
Startling Comics #48, Pines
The Blonde in Red is clearly startled! (Less by her epic sci-fi predicament with giant space bugs and more by the fact that the Fighting Yank somehow still got himself top billing despite not showing up for the cover.)
Startling Comics #44, Pines
The crowds at Black Friday sales are just the worst.
Startling Comics #53, Pines