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  1. artheaded1 commented on Dick Tracy 27 days ago

    Noooo! I want more alt-universe Tracy! So disappointed this a movie!

  2. artheaded1 commented on The Argyle Sweater about 1 month ago

    Is that a little doggie porn on the counsellor’ s desk?

  3. artheaded1 commented on Monty about 1 month ago

    I work in Middlesex, wonder if he’s close by?

  4. artheaded1 commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    The comb over is due to the colorist misinterpreting where the artist has drawn the hair. In black &white drawings, not every line is drawn, some open spaces are left for the viewer to fill in (Michael’s hair). If colored in literally, you’ll get the look you see here.

    Usually the artist doesn’t color their work. This is especially true here, where black &white strips are being colorized 30 some years after their initial run.

  5. artheaded1 commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Why is every one so concerned about what kind of story line this is? Alternate Universe, dream sequence, Vera Aldid, etc, doesn’t matter (at least at this point in the story)Stop foaming at the mouth about “what” and “why” and enjoy the ride. I am thrilled to be reading a well written, excellently drawn and colored Dick Tracey story arc set in the time period the strip is most associated with.

    I’ve heard the knobs on the steering wheel called “Necker’ s Knobs” because you could keep on hand on the wheel and other your passenger!

  6. artheaded1 commented on Thatababy about 1 month ago

    What has baby been doing to make the bathwater so brownish?

  7. artheaded1 commented on Banana Triangle about 1 month ago

    We expect nothing less of her than the worst!

  8. artheaded1 commented on Nancy about 1 month ago

    Beautifully colored clouds to show the sun setting!

  9. artheaded1 commented on Stone Soup about 1 month ago

    If looks could kill…

  10. artheaded1 commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    I think we’re supposed to expect some deeply insightful conversation between our budding young adults, but instead we find that they’re still engaged in silly randomness and are still kids. Don’t grow up too fast ladies, keep contemplating the smells of melons!