The Blonde in Red hopes that the epic battle between the circus gorilla, skull-faced guy with a snake, and brawny guys with fabulous hair will be enough to distract from her highly questionable co-stars, the “Commando Cubs”… a crack team of gun-toting underage ethnic stereotypes travelling the world to fight Nazis.
Thrilling Comics #36, Pines
As an international star, the Blonde in Red often travels the globe for authentic “on location” adventures.
Maschera Bianca #21: Il Fantasma Della City
The Blonde in a Red Dress takes a nap while her jungle friend plays a game of whack-a-mole(man)
Prize Comics #46, Prize
I’m not so sure I’d call this adventure “fantastic”. What is it about the Gates of Hell that makes people want to wander into ’em?
Fantastic Adventures v4 #2
Sadly, I’m not culturally literate enough to properly make highbrow jokes about ballet, or classical violin, or… whatever the heck that checkerboard guy is supposed to represent.
Suspense Comics #7, Continental
Another name to add to her list of aliases! According to her exceptionally large ID card, the undercover Blonde in a Red Dress was going by the name of “Jane Dickson” prior to being captured by… um… a Nazi, a Japanese soldier with vampire fangs, and some guy with a green skull for a head?
Jackpot Comics #7, MLJ
Not sure what game Death is playing, but it appears to involve wearing a red jacket and brandishing a raygun. (An unexpected change from the usual black robes and scythe, but perhaps Death was inspired by the fashion sense of the Blonde in a Red Dress and decided to try something new.)
Fantastic Adventures v3 #10
Ouch! Things didn’t go well when the disgruntled former-cover-girl-in-a-red-dress decided to have words with her blonde successor.
Try to patch things up, girls! When cover girl heroines fight, it just means the
terrorists undead skull-faced zombies win!
The blonde in a red dress soon proved herself popular enough to warrant a return appearance!
Her boyfriend didn’t. (Unless maybe he ended up as one of the skulls. Comic book cover modeling is such a high-risk profession.)
The new golden-haired cover girl could strike a pose just as well as her predecessor, and she quickly proved herself adept at facing down the various monsters that came with the job.
Sadly, the same couldn’t be said of her boyfriend.