Isn’t he from “Duck Tracy” (The Great Piggyback Caper)?
I do like the lyrics and I can fit it to some kind of music in my mind. That chin you can cut cheese with.
I bet Tracy won’t be at all pleased…
Good morning™, ham bone singers !
This guy is gonna drive me Quackers !
Will he turn around in the last panel and flash the audience?
I’d say he sobers up well…
In the last panel, is the actor flashing the audience?
this production is WAY off Broadway!
The plug should have been pulled on this entire story arc several years ago.
“Neon Noodle?” (Giggles!) It’s Duck Twacy!! In the 20th, and 1/2 century!
swings out her arm, “Your ALL under arrest!” (GRRRRR!!!)
Neon Noodle… taken straight from the Daffy Duck Cartoon where they were launching planes off Flattop’s noggin lol
Is that a wrist wizard in panel 2?
Oh my…. Panel 3! Am I the only one?
Quick, someone cure that ham!!!
Expecting Curious George to show up next:
This is not “DICK TRACY” I remember.
There are so many problems with Panel 3. I think this is the first cartoon with a flasher I’ve ever seen.
Will and Bob just above this comment.
I didn’t notice the flesh colored arrow until Bob pointed it out.
Can we flag an entire comic strip?
Pretty lame that this actor holds the pistol with his finger wrapped around the trigger. Very bad form. Obviously uneducated in firearms handling & setting a bad example as well. The correct form would be to keep the finger off the trigger until ready to fire. Safety first!
BOO! HISS! Is HE haf ‘n’ hafs’ target?
Captain James T. Kirk: Spock. Comment.
Mr. Spock: Very bad poetry, Captain.
Neon Noodle? A nod to Daffy Duck’s “The Great Piggy Bank Robbery.” Duck Twacy, anyone?
who is this fool? how dare he badmouth our beloved DT.
we seem to be seeing a lot more of him than expected! he’s certainly letting it all hang out!
that’s just terrible and not even interesting
Ohhh, no! I disliked the comic strip version of J. Straightedge Trustworthy. But I positively loathe the musical comedy version! But I will grant that Jack the Drunkard is performing his part well enough….
As an aside, I read an interview over on that social networking site with the author of a book about the Booth family actors, father Junius Brutus Booth, a notorious drunkard yet an acclaimed actor; his son Edwin, possibly the 19th century’s greatest/most famous and successful actor and a heavy drinker in his later years; and his youngest son, John Wilkes, a wretched actor known as the assassin of Abraham Lincoln. There is much more to the story, but this is not the place for me to ramble on about it….
“Give me a crime, I’m there just in time”Or “In the chill of night, at the scene of a crime, like a streak of light, he arrives, just in time!”
Too much non-essential filler in this strip. Redundant Boredom!!
The ego comment cracks me up. Wait ‘till the REAL Tracy has to save the day, Mr. Pointy-chin!
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