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  1. retropop commented on Nancy about 24 hours ago

    Marry them already, Guy!

  2. retropop commented on Peanuts Begins about 24 hours ago

    How long before those two started to think less of him?!

  3. retropop commented on Dick Tracy 2 days ago

    Really, he destroyed every last piece – even hard copies – blueprints,paper,etc?

  4. retropop commented on Gasoline Alley 3 days ago

    I think it’s time Walt goes off to the old comic’s retirement home – he’s 115 now!

  5. retropop commented on Dick Tracy 14 days ago

    AM who might be The Lord…

  6. retropop commented on Dick Tracy 16 days ago

    Isn’t “Limbo LANE” shorthand for where comic strip characters go when their comic is ended? Is Mike getting all Grant Morrison on us?

    Annie’s remark of “Years Ago”? She’s only 12 for goodness sakes! More Meta-Textual references?

  7. retropop commented on Dick Tracy 20 days ago

    Isn’t it time Annie gets her own comic strip back? I can’t believe Tribune couldn’t get up enough papers to make it worth their while. I’m sure Mike and Joe could find a team capable of handling Annie as well as they have done Dick Tracy.

  8. retropop commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Colin looks like a young Mike Curtis….

  9. retropop commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Anyone expecting her magnetism to kick in…or worse :)

  10. retropop commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Is anyone else bothered by the science fiction elements in Dick Tracy? Oj, I love mike’s writing,and Honeymoon,Mysta?

    This is a world where over 15 years ago (Subjective time) It was revealed there were moon people to the public, not to mention Diet’s far-advanced technology that was beyond it’s time – in the 1960’s,and subjectively what would have been the turn of the century. (oooh,Diet Smith and the Y2K scare would make a great flashback story!)

    How can Dick Tracy’s world have elements of Realism with Scifi Elements? Diet locking away all the technology and then destroying it makes no sense if those tools can better mankind, and the use in law enforcement.

    Mike’s trying to have it both ways – classic 1950’s style Tracy (The strip feels closest to that era – which is the Era Mike grew up with) with touches of 1960’s Sci Fi Tracy.