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  1. about 3 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    Okay, this is what it looks like is what happened.

    Yesterday, it looked like with the file cabinets that Lee & Sue were at Police HQ. But now it looks like they’re all in Art Dekko’s shop. Evidently, Lee got Dekko back in the store and they along with Sue are waiting for the all-clear from Tracy and the other police.

    Could’ve been explained better, but carping about it resembles what most of the complaints against the current strip have come across to me as:


  2. 1 day ago on Dick Tracy

    After yesterday’s thrilling climax, today looks like the start of a dailies’ week’s worth of resolution.

    Doesn’t look like Sue Reel’s in any trouble. She’s probably agreeing to testify in exchange for immunity like Blaze Rize did.

    Still, it’s fun to see a reveal for how she’s able to keep her moustache so black, long, and thin.

    I’ve noticed that so far, 99 has only appeared in the dailies and hasn’t even been mentioned in the Sunday strips. I wonder if she’ll get caught or escape. It could go either way, but I expect we’ll get some kind of definite answer in the near future.

  3. 1 day ago on Dick Tracy

    Professional hitters are calmer when their targets have no chance to hit back.

  4. 1 day ago on Dick Tracy

    Gould’s successor’s have never had the full freedom he did to graphically depict violence. So they’ve had to use discreet images to help fuel our imaginations. Even you acknowledge Kryptonite fell off the building, even though we didn’t actually see it. Most of us can tell that one or both of Tracy’s bullets hit Kryptonite and that’s why he fell. This is masterful direction of our imaginations by Mike & Shelley and has earned (most of) our applause.

  5. 2 days ago on Dick Tracy

    “It’s not the eight-storey fall that kills you. It’s the landing at the bottom.”

    I think the 2 bullets Tracy fired into him might’ve had something to do with it.

  6. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    I’m actually inclined to disagree with you and Neil on this one. It reminds me of a similar example from a few years back, Simon Stagg from the Ghost Pepper case.

    Simon Stagg is a DC character, the somewhat villainous employer of the b-list superhero Metamorpho. But DT’s Simon looked nothing like DC’s Simon, and Ghost Pepper killed him, so definitely more easter egg than x-over.

    But this Willie Lumpkin looks precisely like Marvel’s, so unless he dies in this story (unlikely but genuinely possible right now; my expectation is this strip will be his only appearance) I’m inclined to include him in my list of Curtis Crossovers when/if I ever get that far.

  7. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    It’s Dick Tracy, always in remarkably great shape for a man a full generation older than the adult Sparkle Plenty (who’s been an adult since the late 60s, real time, and in Tracytime has given birth to 2 children, at least one of whom is now too old to be a toddler). I imagine he’ll ascend those stairs pretty quickly.

  8. 4 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Yesterday, he told Lee to get backup.

  9. 4 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Not much time has elapsed. I just read aloud all the dialogue in the last 2 strips. It took me less than 20 seconds.

  10. 4 days ago on Dick Tracy