Dick Tracy by Mike Curtis and Charles Ettinger for February 23, 2024

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    firestrike1  4 months ago

    Dick showing off his literary knowledge…

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    avenger09  4 months ago

    Thanks Eric for the explanation!!! LOL!

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    Brian  Premium Member 4 months ago

    “That’s nice, but I was concerned about you pouring tea before it was properly steeped.”

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    Neil Wick  4 months ago

    Good morning™, everyone!

    Okay, here’s the answer to “how they did it,” although anyone reading the comments here already knew this. We have two days left to wrap everything up. This is the problem with publishing a “solve the mystery” story in daily installments.

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    Gweedo -it's legal here- Murray  4 months ago

    ~ Good morning™, Shocking Uncoveries !

    Someone “let the cat right outa the baaag !”  I bet Palmer’s palms are clammy while he sweats rivers. “This is so embarrasking !”  Now the hard copy only readers get what happened.

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    iggyman  4 months ago

    Aha! The old multiple hole trick! He must be a distant relative of Arnold Palmer!

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    Can't Sleep  4 months ago

    Okay, so ALL the teapots they gave the deli had poison in them? And he just left the poison in them for the police to find? All the action – and logic – as the X. Libris case. Waiter, check please.

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    jonahhex1  4 months ago

    Looks like Palmer has a reservation at the nearby maximum security penal institution……

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    DaveG1960  4 months ago

    Congratulations to @Darth Thespian for spotting the Assassin’s Teapot first. 3 days ago, I might add.

    Nice illustration in panel 3 as to how it works..

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    GoComicsGo!  4 months ago

    What’s more egregious; This story or the handling of Shelley’s retirement by TCA?

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    NoDice  4 months ago

    Looks like its for real: https://www.goodreads.Com/book/show/1002699.The_Baffle_Book

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    Gent  4 months ago

    Oh it suuuure works well in this restaurant scene because you is knows which hole which random customer is going to closes while pouring tea. What a utterribly preposteridiculudicrous plot with humonginormenormous plot holes.

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    crobinson019  4 months ago

    “Louis, this looks like the end of a beautiful friendship”

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    General Trelane (Ret.) Premium Member 4 months ago

    How exciting !

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    Chris  4 months ago

    wow, that’s clever. :J

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    Another Take  4 months ago

    1-DT: What say we have a Teapot Race?

    2-…I read about it in a Detectives Guide from 1928. It’s a bit out of date what with its recommendation to first arrest anyone whose name ends in a vowel and second, to make sure they’re not carrying a Tommy Gun. Anyway…

    3-…The first one to fill their teacup wins. PERPSKI: Wins what? DT: Uh…a cup of tea I guess. A book about crime isn’t going to promote gambling ya know. SAM: I’LL PLAY!

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  4 months ago

    MOVIE QUOTE—-

    “In my wet chiffon, I felt like a clam at low tide”

    Shirley Mac Laine—-ALL IN A NIGHT’S WORK—1961

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  4 months ago

    Tomorrow, Palmer screams “You’ll never take me alive!!”, and swallows his poison-coated monocle

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    tcayer  4 months ago

    The guy is a little flaky. They just left the chamber full of poison? Sam’s dad didn’t rinse it out before he used it?

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 4 months ago

    A flip of the thumb type killer…….

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    Binky Premium Member 4 months ago

    Interesting. The first I heard of the Assassin’s Teapot. Clever.

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    Jonathan K. and the Elusive Dream Girl  4 months ago

    With the double spout wouldn’t there be a risk of some poisoned tea getting into the non-poisoned beverage? Does the perpetrator wait to pour the poison after the others (non-targeted people) have been served?

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    BreathlessMahoney77  4 months ago

    These days I believe cesium is the poison of choice.

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    ScottHolman  4 months ago

    I want one! What type of poison does the manufacturer suggest?

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  4 months ago

    As Nilon Hoz once said—“Cyanide and water.It’s your last highball!”

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    thedogesl Premium Member 4 months ago

    This is, in fact, the mechanism for more than one vintage magic trick. Back when I was still doing stage magic many decades ago, I had a couple of versions of the water lota illusion.

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