Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis

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  1. OneUrantian

    OneUrantian said, about 5 years ago

    Hmmm…. Without using that big “S” in the sign, it looks the place is called “Tar Truck Video”.

    The artwork is VERY nice. And, Junior better watch out.

  2. DoctorWho55

    DoctorWho55 said, about 5 years ago

    Cueball?
    Another blast from the past!

  3. Bensondonald

    Bensondonald GoComics PRO Member said, about 5 years ago

    Was Cueball ever in the comic strip? I thought he was invented for one of the B movies.

  4. Sisyphos

    Sisyphos said, about 5 years ago

    Screwball and Cueball as the heavies working for B-B Eyes! Great! But will Junior’s cover be blown? Will Honeymoon’s risky observation and report back to Pop Pop save the day? Stay tuned for the continuing adventures of Dick Tracy!

  5. idesama

    idesama said, about 5 years ago

    I took it as the crooks being savvy enough to know about radios, televisions, computers, and genees, that any high-tech looking wrist device, even if it’s not something they recognize as being brand spanking new, would set off some alarm bells (and has). Interesting heavies. I’m not very familiar with the serial/movie Tracy, though I recognized Cueball as being from such. Of all the improvements the team has made over the previous runs, the best one has been the fact that Sundays are actually useful and interesting again, a highlight for the week!

    Aaron

  6. Carlo Coratelli

    Carlo Coratelli said, about 5 years ago

    Cueball!!!

  7. idesama

    idesama said, about 5 years ago

    @Vbartilucci from yesterday:

    Indeed, many rogues managed to escape the ‘ultimate’ punishment as it were. Broadway Bates, Larceny Lu, The Blank, Boris Arson, Mamma (but not Jerome Trohs), Trigger Doom, Littleface Finny, Tiger Lilly, Measles, Mumbles, Shoulders (though he was presumed dead in his first story, and he did not survive his second encounter), Coffyhead (although I forget, did he get reformed during that 50th anniversary shindig?), Black Pearl, Deafy Sweetfellow, Blowtop, Sleet, The Pouch (hmmm, I swear I’ve seen his face a few times recently. Oh well), Haf n’ Haf, Ogden (but not Spots…say…I think I’ve seen that rogue poet around too…you can’t fool me with that warthog disguise…), Hypo….Many were killed, but many more were apprehended. There were only two ways that a rogue could end up in a Gould story, and these individuals were the lucky ones…

    Aaron

  8. idesama

    idesama said, about 5 years ago

    Of course, my Neon Noodle campaign hasn’t been as successful as I hoped, so I thought I would lobby for Honeymoon’s pet cat. In fact, I probably shouldn’t even use this image as my avatar…it’s probably a spoiler…I’m certain it’s only a matter of time…

    Aaron

  9. idesama

    idesama said, about 5 years ago

    Oh, and of course one of these days I’ll have to get a little more organized on Sundays. At 2 in the morning.

    Aaron

  10. Chris Colvard

    Chris Colvard said, about 5 years ago

    Cueball!! Now, where’s Gruesome?

    As for the Wrist Wizard… chances are the criminal element knows by now that the police wear some sort of wrist gadget at one time or another. Suspicious tech on the wrist? In that town, that’s a cop.

  11. George Strum

    George Strum said, about 5 years ago

    The little boy pictured in the Crimestopper looks like Boog from Gasoline Alley.

  12. Morrow

    Morrow GoComics PRO Member said, about 5 years ago

    In the new DT, the cops aren’t supposed to be sloppy. A year ago, I’d expect it. No, I’d bet money on it!

  13. misterseth

    misterseth said, about 5 years ago

    Starstruck Videos, Hmmm… Does Elaine Lee know about this? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starstruck_(comics)

  14. William Pardlow

    William Pardlow said, about 5 years ago

    Junior!, Your undercover, you know to take the watch off! Put it in your pocket and put it on mute.

  15. JanCinLV

    JanCinLV said, about 5 years ago

    Re: Crimestoppers: when my brother was 8, he decided to walk home from school instead of take the bus. At the time, the only thing between our new house in Anaheim and the school was orange groves. Needless to say, he got lost. When a policeman found him wandering around, he was able to give all the information listed above and was taken home immediately.

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