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  1. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy about 13 hours ago

    People! Do you even know what “murder” means? It has to be done knowing that you are killing somebody. Diet is saying that he only suspects people were aboard the coupe. No one (except the readers) knows for sure. You could not even prove negligence in a court of law.

  2. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 18 days ago

    For me there is only one “Staton woman” and her name is Nova!

  3. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    For obvious reasons, I really don’t think Sam would die.

  4. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    Yes, Ted was the father of Jack and actually a Golden Ager. He was featured quite prominently on the 90s series.

  5. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    I don’t know hat the current DCU continuity is, but when James Robinson was writing his classic Starman comic in the 90s, there was no Earth 2. Jack Knight, the 90s Starman interacted with a lot of DCU heroes from both of what used to be called (before the first Crisis) Earth 1 and Earth 2. If you want to read great comics, get the collections of that series.

  6. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Here’s an explanation on how Silver would know so much about a lost television episode. It is possible that, while the film is lost, the script of the episode still exists Or maybe just enough of the script to recreate a few seconds of the show. here might also be some photographs taken at the time.

  7. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Actually, I doubt there would be any science fiction fans willing to for over that much just for an episode of Captain Video. It’s not like a missing episode of Doctor Who!

  8. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    In the early 70s, when I was attending the University of Delaware, I was a member of a group that sponsored a speech by Miss Lillian Gish. I volunteeredd to introduce her and got to meet her. What an elegant an lovely lady. I was reminded of the phrase “pressed flowers” from Arsenic and old Lace, although I doubt she was a poisoner!. I still have the program from the event that she signed for me. I totally agree with Vitamin’s disdain for the atrocious pun.

  9. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 6 months ago

    A perfect ending to this storyline, for now….

  10. SamTomaino commented on Dick Tracy 7 months ago

    What a fantastic buildup strip, setting all our (important) characters in place. This is,m seriously, one of the finest Sunday strips I’ve ever seen. Congrats on that Harvey Award!