Wings #100, Fiction House
The Blonde in a Red Dress escaped from being tied up in the cockpit just in time to be dangling for her life from the open bomber doors instead. But on the other hand, at least her villainous adversary seems to have forgotten which end of the gun to use.
(Disclaimer: I think this was a cover featuring the Blonde in a Red Dress, but I wasn’t 100% sure because the available scans of this cover online were so heavily faded that the heroine’s hair and dress were the same shade of faded orange as the trees, sky, and everything else! It took some extra Photoshop work to coax some color back to the cover.)
Wings Comics #88, Fiction House
After seeing the lumpy-faced villain sharing the cover with her, the Blonde in a Red Dress gets the embarassing realization that while that she’s supposed to be in an aviation adventure comic, she somehow must have wandered onto the set of a Dick Tracy comic by mistake. Oops!
Wings Comics #82, Fiction House
How she sings as she swings through the air
Look below, there’s her field over there
With her one chute strap gone
She can still carry on
Comin’ in on a wing and a prayer
Wings Comics #73, Fiction House
Specifically, tied up over the top of an airplane. While being held at gunpoint. While the plane is on fire. And while another airplane strafes the crashing airplane with more gunfire.