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  1. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 44 minutes ago

    By that definition, Axel could be in the clear, since he basically stated he was doing this to protect the “work” from being “compromised”. However, how much culpability can Fritz Ann and the others have? Fritz Ann must have gotten the go ahead for this operation, and if that was the case, she would have the authority to investigate the situation, and that would have meant those with her. Since the Professor was not disturbed during his work, nothing has been undermined, except maybe Axel’s sense of dignity.

  2. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 7 hours ago

    NightShade09 said, 10 minutes ago
    Axel’s suggesting this whole operation is government approved. (Whose government?)

    Ours, and the top secret agency may be CONTROL! (Tune in tomorrow when we get a crossover with Max, 99, and the Chief.

  3. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 8 hours ago

    I know I don’t read that strip, and pretty much for the reasons drbethsk8s mentioned. I know that’s wrong of me. I should be posting criticisms of that strip every day, and make sure to add lots of LOL’s.

  4. Rightwingmoron commented on Santa vs. Dracula about 8 hours ago

    Maybe he could claim to be Booberry, and that way Frankenberry and Chocula might not attack him.

  5. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 9 hours ago

    Somebody had to give access to Axel to this land, and why it was so off limits. Axel could be right, as he may be well connected.

  6. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    And now a special treat for all you Annie fans. (2 minutes into video)

  7. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    True, No doubt they’d chalk up his appearance to his being a yank.

  8. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Just to clarify. I’m perfectly aware that bats are not flying rodents.

  9. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    More than your share of “Super heroes” look like thugs who happen to be on the “right side”. Certainly Hulk would have a great deal of problems not being stared at if he attended an English Garden Party. The whole point of Batman dressing up as a flying rodent, was not to reason with criminals, but to scare them. Typically, when it comes to having characters in fantasy graphic works (such as comic books) that look like scary thugs, but are on “the right side”, has long been acceptable. A favorite of mine, is the Goon, by Eric Powell. He really comes across as a scary thug, and I would have no problem if they ever did a crossover with him and Dick Tracy. Whether an individual likes it or not, is a matter of personal opinion. I’m in the camp which likes these two, and am fine with their appearance here in the Dick Tracy strip.

  10. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Getting rid of Axel right now would be very helpful to whomever gave Axel access to public land with restricted public access.