Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis for December 04, 2018


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    DaJellyBelly  12 months ago

    Look at that face! That is truly a “mug” shot!!

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    Neil Wick  12 months ago

    Good morning™, arresting officers!

    Honeymoon’s school is now drug-free like the sign says, and so the sweep gets underway.

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    AnyFace  12 months ago
    Who Dat~?!! ✨
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    22ph  12 months ago

    Polar V. won’t be happy

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    HarryCK  12 months ago

    Good morning™, clean sweepers !

    Get your dirty paws offa me, coppers !

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    blunebottle  12 months ago

    A New Broom sweeps clean! Liz is on the beat! Nice one-panel strip today.

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    greyolddave  12 months ago

    I just don’t get this story line. What does this mean that all the drug deals are right under the “Drug Free Zone” sign.

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    fredville  12 months ago

    Just one of Polar’s dealers in this absurd premise he would not only deal the worst place possible, a school, but…..right in front of the “drug free school zone sign”, lol.

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    Mark Jeffrey Premium Member 12 months ago

    Liz looks as if she’d just LOVE it if he tried to make a break for it. A little surprised she’s wearing an ear-ring on a bust though. Those things aren’t safe (for the wearer) in a brawl.

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    h.v.greenman  12 months ago

    there is another cop inside the school yard. Evidently there is more than one dealer on campus … or perhaps one dealer and some assistants who “just happen to know someone, and can hook you up”

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    JPuzzleWhiz  12 months ago

    “…anything you say can and will be used against you in a comic strip court of law…”

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    Ray Toler  12 months ago

    I understand the idea of stereotyping crooks as thugs (after all, this is a comic strip), however I cannot imagine a junior high student approaching or wanting to be seen with an old guy who looks like that. This guy would definitely stand out on a playground full of tweens. I would have supposed that the playground pushers would be more like the hippies we have seen earlier. Pushers need that “Jr. High kids think I’m cool” factor to entice kids to think drugs are cool. I think this guy looks scary and in no way enticing to a Jr. High student.

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    HarryCK  12 months ago

    If Lizz held my shoulder like that I’d have goose bumps !

    Love the detail on man cop’s face !

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    Blot  12 months ago

    Wish we had a “Retro” Dickie T. Like they are doing “Nancy”.

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    fredville  12 months ago

    Now, let’s pretend Bribery was never caught, Crystal still lived with him, and hadn’t meant Honeymoon yet. She might’ve met her as a pusher, lol.

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    tsull2121  12 months ago

    STILLDAMATT i hope youre counting the days until we finally get to see what happened to whatshisname in the bell tower.

    i believe we are up to two days now

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    BreathlessMahoney77  12 months ago

    Back to arresting drug dealers on school grounds. It’s like this storyline is stuck in a perpetual loop.

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    Sisyphos  12 months ago

    Aha! “New Broom” is what is sometimes called a “police sweep,” of the area/neighborhood around Palmer Junior High School. And this grizzled mug in the bowler is just one of the street small-time pushers in The Polar Vortex outfit. It’s good to see Lizz and the Chicago/Tracyville uniformed officer (note the distinctive checkered decor of his cap) making the nab….

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    Night-Gaunt49  12 months ago

    The broom symbol has been used in the past. The “Iron Broom” was a hate group in Germany between World War One and Two.

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