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commented on Dick Tracy
5 months ago
Stiletta’s dead? There’s a kick in the head. I was not expecting this. I liked the character, but I like this development more! It reminds me of the old days when Gould would kill off villains unexpectedly. It left me feeling a little shaken, but that got me more involved in the story. Great move!
commented on Dick Tracy
about 1 year ago
I haven’t commented much, but I think this crossover is crazy good.
“…..and I don’t know how Mike and Joe come up with THIS stuff – it’s great!”I agree, it’s very imaginative! The art is also right on the money for Annie’s world. Good stuff!
I admit I’m confused, but that doesn’t bother me at all. Being in the dark is half the fun! I’m sure it will all make sense in the end. But right now I’m just enjoying the ride.
No kidding. Morrow, is that you? You’re sounding just like your bosom buddy. ;)
Tracy’s in the past? This is what I’m talkin’ about!
“Why such an old stamp?” Because Annie’s in the past is my guess. And I assume the key to getting her back will be found on Thunder Island.
Thunder Island? I think the Dharma Project owns that place, don’t they?
“Run with it, Mike and Joe!”“Mysta transforming into a moon woman? Yes yes yes and yes!”“Team Tracy is just getting started infusing the strip with an audience-pleasing dose of the fantastic and audacious. More, more, more!”My sentiments exactly!Under Chester Gould’s direction, Dick Tracy was audacious and imaginative. His vision for the wild and the fantastic is a big reason the strip was so popular. There were always naysayers and critics, especially after Moon Maid was introduced. But Gould didn’t care. He had confidence that magnetic power and the moon people would be a net positive, and they were. Audience-pleasing? You bet! For people like me who cut their teeth on the Space Coupe and Moon Maid, the Moon Era was one big delirious joyride! I’m glad to see Mike Curtis and Joe Staton have embraced Gould’s legacy and are pushing the limits again. Keep it up, guys! This is just the kind of excitement the strip needs.
“Are you serious, Diet?”Here’s hoping he is! I love this development. Diet Smith Industries has always been on the cutting edge of scientific achievement, and in a comic strip world, why not? Time travel provides endless story possibilities. I for one hope Mike Curtis lets his imagination run wild with this.
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