Rhonda Fleming (front cover) and Gene Barry (back cover) starred together in "Those Redheads from Seattle" (1953). It is likely this comic was published around the time that film was showing in Australia, in about June 1954.
From page 1: "Our cover: Fascinating Paramount star, Rhonda Fleming." Rhonda Fleming was signed to Paramount in July 1948 for an initial three film deal. The most famous film during this period is the 1949 A Yankee in King Arthur's Court with Bing Crosby. Other Paramount films include The Redhead and the Cowboy (1951); Hong Kong (with Ronald Reagan, 1952); Pony Express (1953); Those Redheads From Seattle (1953); Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957); The Buster Keaton Story (1957).
Gene Barry's most famous Paramount film from the period is The War of the Worlds (1953). His debut feature was Atomic City (1952). Other films include Those Redheads from Seattle (1953); Red Garters (1954); Soldier of Fortune (1955), China Gate (1957), Hong Kong Confidential (1958) and Thunder Road (1958). Gene Barry is most known for his TV appearances, including Bat Masterson (1958-61); Burke's Law (1963-66) and The Name of the Game (1968-71).