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  1. about 15 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    Please do let us know if you fifigfifigufifigfifigure it out. Will you be asking Mel Tillis? If so, ask him to Sing Sing the answer to save time!

  2. about 16 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    I’ve often mused that Witness Protection should relocate its informants to the Canary Islands.

  3. about 24 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    Amen to that, brother!

  4. about 24 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    Apparently pink camo is a thing:


    I’m from the Buffalo, NY area and we still love our ‘90s-era Zubaz pants, so I’m not surprised.

  5. 2 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Only “most” men?! Who’s left, except maybe the legally blind and the recently deceased?

  6. 2 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Now we know that Doc’s books aren’t the only “booby” trap in his team’s “arse”nal. ☉_☉

  7. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    All very good points! I’m still giving it 50/50 odds that the gun is drawn to take out Mitchell so that he can’t turn on Doc in conjunction with a plea deal once apprehended. Mitchell has also shown poor judgement in getting everyone in this mess so if Doc has to answer to a bigger crime boss he has justification for permanently silencing him.

  8. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    I’m not sure what, though. Neither the thermos nor the drugs were ever in Doc’s possession or on his premises. Unlikely he has a printed invoice or even a decipherable ledger entry for the transaction. His desperate need for the shipment also implies he doesn’t have any on hand.

  9. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    I agree 100%. Now that he’s been tipped off to Tracy being on the scene, Doc would be very foolish to do anything other than go to his Stage Manager office and go about business as usual. There is no physical evidence linking him to the drugs.

  10. 3 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Not the movies but the original Dark Horse comics. The color palette (especially the yellow background), Doc’s pose looking straight out at the reader, and Joe’s thicker line work with solid black areas all combine to be slightly evocative of the work by Mignola and his team. Probably not on purpose but you never know.