The Redhead in Yellow is having second thoughts about her career path.
Dark Mysteries #9, Story Comics
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
The Redhead in Yellow embarks on an epic fantasy quest to magically transmogrify her dreams into reality. (In this case, the dream to someday surpass the number of cool comic book covers credited to her rival, the Blonde in a Red Dress.)
Fantastic Adventures v12 #2
As the Blonde in a Red Dress takes a vacation this week, we’ll be catching up with her counterpart rival: The Redhead in a Yellow Dress.
Lovers’ Lane #4, Lev Gleason
Those boys are going to regret stumbling into the tension-filled coffee-shop showdown between the Blonde in a Red Dress and the Redhead in a Yellow Dress.
Wilbur Comics #20, MLJ
Poor Blonde in a Red
Dress Swimsuit. Her beach party showdown with her rival, the Redhead in Yellow, got upstaged by a bug.
Andy Comics #21, Ace
Some people were just never meant to be roommates.
Crime and Punishment #74, Lev Gleason
Could this be the source of the eternal conflict between the Blonde in Red and the Redhead in Yellow?
(I just hope the boyfriend’s name isn’t Chekhov, because if so, I’d worry about those guns on the wall.)
First Love Illustrated #9, Harvey
“I — I saw the way you looked at her! Don’t you DARE look at any other girl — Ever!”
She’s trying to play it off as just being jealous, but I suspect the true reason that The Blonde in a Red Dress is so upset is because she’s wasn’t expecting to awkwardly cross paths with her counterpart arch-nemesis… The Redhead in a Yellow Dress!
Confessions of the Lovelorn #96, by ACG