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Hi honey, I’m home!

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After the babysitter incident, I’m not at all surprised if the sequence of events matches the “In this issue” blurb: The rich man’s daughter ends up with alimony and everything.


Tender Romance #1, by Stanley Morse

The Dread Past Blues

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For some reason, the story of a day at the beach by the Blonde in a Red Swimsuit is given cover blurbs that sound like they belong on her horror comic titles instead.


All True Romance #14, by Comic Media

Call Me Scandalous

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The Blonde in a Red Dress has been wearing her distinctive attire for so long, that simply trying on a polka-dot skirt counts as a scandal.


Hi-School Romance #23, by Harvey

Taste The Lie!

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The Blonde in a Red Dress was helping test out some new experimental flavors of lip gloss: “Lies”, “Guilt”, “Shameful”, and “Tainted”.


First Love Illustrated #29, by Harvey

Cover blurbs that answer their own questions

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How far can a girl go before her mistakes catch up with her? As far as Greenwich Village, apparently.


Lovers’ Lane #34, by Lev Gleason