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  1. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Vitamin debuted in the Captain Video Show? That’s a retcon. In his first appearance in the strip, during the Flattop sequence (a few years before CV aired) he was already a well-established thespian (not to mention middle aged).

  2. Carlo Recagno commented on Gasoline Alley 4 months ago

    Nina is pointing off-panel.

  3. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    I do not like this very much. I’m afraid I stick to the “old school” approach to the adventure hero: he should have no immediate family. Besides, I remember during the Collins-Locher years Tracy saying once his father’s name was also “Richard”.

  4. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy 9 months ago

    I love the reintroduction of old characters as the next man (providing the next man is a Dick Tracy fan, of course), but Nellie Wheaton is older than Sparkle Plenty. She was already a teenager (1943) before Sparkle was even born (1947), for cryin’out loud.

  5. Carlo Recagno commented on Gasoline Alley 12 months ago

    I recognize Happy Hooligan (the guy with the bean can on his head). Ignatz the Mouse is on the roof.

  6. Carlo Recagno commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 year ago

    That Rufus! He’s an animal! :-)

  7. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy over 1 year ago

    Diet is unrecognizable again. Pity, yesterday he was beautifully drawn in Gould-reminiscent style.

  8. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy over 1 year ago

    Delighted to see Diet Smith looking “Gould-like”, at last!

  9. Carlo Recagno commented on Gasoline Alley over 1 year ago

    Lemme guess…the bullies ambush Boog while he’s walking in the woods, but he’s saved by a real bear! (Some of his best friends are bears, as he said himself).

  10. Carlo Recagno commented on Dick Tracy over 1 year ago

    Hope this new storyline doesn’t end too briefly. As much as I love messrs. Staton & Curtis’s take on Tracy, some of their stories resemble the ones of Chet Gould’s latter days: a great build-up followed by a rushed (and anti-climatic) ending.