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Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis

Dick Tracy

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  1. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Lum and Abner 21 days ago

    Another great strip. Just this morning at our church, a gentleman in his mid-70s made a comment about the jot-em-down store. Long live Lum and Abner!! Thanks for keeping them alive.

  2. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy 28 days ago

    Today is a birthday, I wonder for whom?
    I know it’s for someone who’s right in this room
    So look all around you for somebody who, is
    smiling, and happy
    My Goodness, it’s YOU!

    Happy Birthday, VistaBill
    From all of us to you
    Happy Birthday, VistaBill
    From Mommy and Daddy too
    We congratulate you, and pray good luck follows you.
    Happy Birthday, VistaBill, May all of your good dreams come true.

    Sang every week by Big Jon and Sparky on “No School Today” radio program heard on Saturday mornings back in the early 1950s. Anyone remember?
    Hope you have a GREAT one, VistaBill! Many more!!

  3. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Lum and Abner about 1 month ago

    Thanks, Donnie, for the stories behind the stories.

  4. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Prayers for you and your mom. Mine turned 100 a couple weeks ago. Still at home and able to get up and down from her chair. Excellent mind (better than mine). She keeps me busy seeing about her but worth all the effort. God Bless!

  5. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Have thoroughly enjoyed this story, perhaps because I have always like the Annie character (the comic, not necessarily the movie). She wasn’t in our local paper (neither was DT) so I never followed her adventures from year to year. Still hope to see what happened to the Silos and the rest of the town folks. And what will happen to the island itself. Be fun to think it could continue as a town set in the 1940s settings. My mother just turn 100 and said she wished she was living back in that time period. They didn’t have a lot of money but people got by and had time for each other. Thanks Team Tracy for taking us back in time. And count me as one that enjoys the crossovers, especially with characters from strips no longer around. Uncle Walt of Gasoline Alley goes to visit the old cartoon home from time to time. Although I don’t want him to remain there, it is fun to see him visit with his (and our) old friends from the past. Again, thanks, Mike and Joe, for a fun trip.

  6. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Lum and Abner about 1 month ago

    Thanks for the history, Donnie. You are doing an exactly job in keeping Lum and Abner’s memory alive.

  7. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    As I commented a few days ago, why did Fritz Ann and Sam allow Professor Kenyon to continue with his project?
    Of course, if they hadn’t we wouldn’t have a great ending to this story. Hopefully the explosion is only contained to the Kenyon and Silo farms.

  8. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Rechecking this, I see that he is holding his hand against a window; thus, what we see is NOT his finger nails but the pressing of his 5 fingers against the window. Oh, well, case ALMOST solved!

  9. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Case of the Missing Finger Nails: Check out the final panel of Annie on 6-13-2010, the final Annie strip. Daddy Warbuck is holding up his right hand and we see his finger nails; however, they are appearing on the wrong side of his hand. Case solved! Couldn’t figure out how to post the picture; perhaps someone can.

  10. gowdy GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    I also have a bad feeling about Kenyon’s formula. Why are they allowing him to finish it there? Why not take it back to a more safe location to test it? Will there be a big explosion at the end? And send someone back in time?