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Fight Comics #20, Fiction House

Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo

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Not sure why the bamboo walls of the hut are red, but it allowed our heroine to try avoiding her captor’s attention by blending into the background using the inherent stealth camouflage of her Red Dress.


Fight Comics #20, Fiction House

Silver Streak Comics #23, Lev Gleason

An Atomic Comic!

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Death Trap Week concludes with our heroine in danger of being burned at the stake… next to a bundle of dynamite… at a highly flammable petroleum refinery… while killer birds attack gunmen on rooftops and a guy in a fedora punches a guy in a sombrero…
Or in other words, just another typical Friday for the Blonde in a Red Dress.


Silver Streak Comics #23, Lev Gleason

The Fighting Yank #17, Nedor

Death Trap Week Continues!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress is outraged that she wasn’t given proper safety goggles like everyone else in the room, prompting the Fighting Yank to continue his two-fisted crusade against those who would ignore proper safety regulations when testing Mad Science Death Rays.


The Fighting Yank #17, Nedor

Startling Comics v7 #21, Pines

Featuring The Fighting Yank, Super-Patriot

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If this was a modern action movie, someone would be making a quip about an “acid trip.”


Startling Comics v7 #21, Pines

The Blue Beetle #12, Holyoke

Death Traps!

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Gasp! Not only is this secret spy base filled with flammable oil drums and a hand-cranked girl-squishing gear wheel of doom, it also lacks proper safey railings! Good thing the Blue Beetle is here to punish those who flout proper safety regulations!


The Blue Beetle #12, Holyoke

Zoot Comics #2, by Fox

Zoot!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress has played lots of roles where she had to do her own stunts, but thankfully very few where she had to dress up in anthropomorphic cartoon funny animal costumes for an off-brand wacky “laugh-fest of gaily colored comics”.


Zoot Comics #2, by Fox

Boy Detective #4, by Avon

Danny Boy

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The Blonde in a Red Dress seems so disappointed in the quality of her would-be rescuer that she’s avoiding eye contact. (Not sure if it’s because of something to do with the Boy Detective himself, or just that he’s a substantial step down from her usual larger-than-life super-hero guest stars.)


Boy Detective #4, by Avon

Miss Fury #3, by Medallion Publishing

Furious!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress is so relieved at her timely rescue by a vigilante heroine that she doesn’t even ask what a name like “Miss Fury” has to do with a costume that has cute cat ears on the cowl.


Miss Fury #3, by Medallion Publishing

Black Hood Comics #18, MLJ/Archie

Turnabout is fair play

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Considering how many times the Blonde in a Red Dress has had to play the damsel in distress for the heroes, it’s only fair that she gets to rescue them every now and then too.

Black Hood Comics #18, MLJ/Archie