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  1. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy 10 months ago

    Wishing all commentators on here a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We have a great deal to look forward to in 2016 and I for one cannot wait to unveil the excitement! Trust this finds all here healthy and hope this continues for all of you.

  2. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy 11 months ago

    Keep the black and white. Please! Dailies were always meant for black and white.

  3. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy 12 months ago

    Did not know that, Jonathan K. Thanks for the information.

  4. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy about 1 year ago

    In glorious black and white today? I wouldn’t mind if it stayed that way. Hearkens back to the old days of black and white dailies in newspapers before color was added.

  5. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy about 1 year ago

    And yet another storyline without full closure. Who among the Blackhearts can be added to the Death List? Which ones were taken into custody besides Doubleup? Why do we never see the aftermath of these confrontations? I personally would prefer to see more graphic action from the principal players, namely Tracy and crew. Chester Gould always provided an ending which left you no doubt as to where the villains stood at the end. Time to end the ambiguousness in all this, I say. But that’s just me. What do the rest of you think?

  6. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy over 1 year ago

    The little house over the creek. We haven’t seen this since1950 when Wormy went berserk inside against Tellum and Tracy. Didn’t end too well for Wormy. Thanks, Mike and Joe for the reminder.

  7. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy about 2 years ago

    I just noticed the “honor roll” on today’s Sunday. David Lettick is mentioned but Tex Blaisdell isn’t? Blaisdell had the better run here. Lettick was so bad artistically it’s a wonder the strip wasn’t cancelled then and there. It’s because of Lettick’s two-month stint that the feature went into a five and a half year Harold Gray reprint sequence until Leonard Starr mercifully revived it.

  8. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy about 2 years ago

    Digging deeper into Mr. Am, it was obliquely suggested by Harold Gray with his first appearance that he was a representation of God himself. So many comments by him attested to that fact in the first story alone. Leonard Starr kept the same narrative running when he took over the strip. Along the way a sinister character was introduced named Mr. Rune who was after Annie’s soul. This suggested that we were seeing The Devil in person. All of this culminated in a titanic struggle between Rune and Am for dominance with Annie becoming the catalyst which prevailed. Definitely a struggle between the forces of Good and Evil with Am coming out on top. The character has never changed since.

  9. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy about 2 years ago

    The character referred to by Annie was named Huckie Flynn, not Huckle. That was in the early days of the Leonard Starr era. He and Annie shared quite a few adventures together. Huckie’s father Doug was even featured in some of those stories.

  10. Dale Christman commented on Dick Tracy over 2 years ago

    Interesting villain rundown in panel 2. Lowbrow? Highbrow was a bad apple in the Kerry Drake strip, which was an attempt to follow Tracy’s popularity some 12 years to the day after Tracy’s debut. Looks like the current team is going the Al Capp Fearless Fosdick route. This could get intriguing.