Dick Tracy by Mike Curtis and Shelley Pleger for January 22, 2022

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    AnyFace  7 months ago

    Silhouettes … ✨

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    Neil Wick  7 months ago

    Good morning™, all!

    H.K. never went outside today. Apparently, that gives Tracy the answer. We will have to discuss his reasoning tomorrow. I’ll post something else a little later regarding what I learned about the car and the coats.

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    Leo Cannyn Premium Member 7 months ago

    I figured it out. ;)

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    Brian  Premium Member 7 months ago

    They’re all guilty.

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    TheRedSnifit  7 months ago

    I cheated and found the original run of this and the solution is a lot more contrived and disappointing than the one I theorized yesterday.

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    avenger09  7 months ago

    Ya gotta luv Neil’s enthusiasm!


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    crobinson019  7 months ago

    I swear it wasn’t me!

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    scpandich  7 months ago

    Krispies killed himself. It was preferable to being in this story.

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    BearAndPartyDucks  7 months ago

    By the way, “Minute Mysteries” was a text-only daily feature in newspapers from 1933 to 1947, written by Austin Ripley (probably earlier and later than that). The earliest I’ve found in in the Jun/6/1933 Ottawa Citizen, which can be found atnews.google.com/newspapers?nid=QBJtjoHflPwC&dat=19330607 (scroll to image 8).

    Ripley produced at least one book of these, but I don’t know if it was a compilation of dailies that had appeared in the newspaper, or if case from the book were subsequently printed in newspapers. I believe he copyrighted it in 1932.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 7 months ago

    2nd panel great art on Dick Tracy. Good effort Charles!

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    Ray Toler  7 months ago

    One good thing is that I’ve noticed a lot of new posters to this group with a lot of good comments.

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    tcayer  7 months ago

    What info do we really have? Coats on a rack? Wet boots? The ex is getting all his fortune.

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    timbob2313 Premium Member 7 months ago

    OK, tried to click on all comments, screen blinked to only show the one with the most comments, I am having several problems with GoComics today. Funny all was OK before 9amCST, after that, nothing but problems

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    buckman-j  7 months ago

    Well, it will all be over tomorrow, and we can then revert to another “exciting” episode of Dickie and Friends. Minit Mysteries, BTW, were one page quickies in the comic reprints, not week long fillers.

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    oakie817  7 months ago

    tony the tiger

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    Mopman  7 months ago

    Well whatever ridiculous logic “solves” this, is sure isn’t enough to get a conviction, or probably even an arrest.

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    ScottHolman  7 months ago

    The butler

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    wilhemenacooker  7 months ago

    finally! are we done yet?

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    Brian  Premium Member 7 months ago

    Was it Snap, Crackle, and Pop?

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    Jyn Erso  7 months ago

    Spoiler alert- It’s Piston Puss!

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    GoComicsGo!  7 months ago

    I still can’t work out how an inanimate object like the coat rack could be the murderer.

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    Sisyphos  7 months ago

    The weed of crime bears bitter fruit. Crime does not pay. Dick Tracy knows! Bwa ha ha ha hah!

    Tomorrow we shall see his solution to the murder of H.K. Krispies. Did the butler do it?

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