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  1. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 15 days ago

    I can’t help wondering if someone could’ve hitched a ride back from the past (or the future?) during one of those scrapped time trips.

  2. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    No Wrist Wizards for the feds, eh?

  3. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    If comics could use Hollywood sound libraries, I’d imagine the Tracy crew would be cueing up a Wilhelm Scream: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_scream

  4. Jim Akin commented on Soup to Nutz 4 months ago

    It’s the Timbertoes! From Highlights magazine.

  5. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    @cheapskate0

    I agree, Annie and Tracy both seem as if they’re being kept compliant… My suspicions fall on the cookies!

  6. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    If only there were a magnetic air car handy. On the other hand, that could be risky in the event of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) on Thunder Island.

  7. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    I like the way you think. :)

  8. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    The NY Times has covered this crossover adventure. http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/06/23/annie-missing-no-worries-dick-tracy-is-on-the-case/

  9. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    Just wait ’til Diet delivers Tracy his latest Wizard upgrade — the Two-Way Wrist Tachyonic Antitelephone!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachyonic_antitelephone

    “Person-to-person for Miss Warbucks…”

  10. Jim Akin commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    I’m definitely missing some fanboy thrills at the reintroduction of these characters. My first thought on sight of AM was of Crumb’s Mr Natural. :) Keep on Trackin’?

    These revived characters are intriguing, but there are so many, coming so quickly, that this is starting to feel like a “backdoor pilot” for a revival of the Annie strip. Do any of you with industry connections know if such a thing is in the works?