Great job, Pequod!
Shelley once again rocks the house!
I agree, love Shelley’s work!
He’s dead, Jim.
Another like! Thanks, Pequod!
You think Klinique could win a Moon Maid lookalike contest?
Not sure she could beat out Sparkle or Mysta, but whoever wins, it’d sure be fun to watch the competition.
Only the Sunny Wheat Board of Directors know for sure.
I’m afraid they aren’t available, but maybe Notta and LIzz can team up to judge the thing.
Too bad Clinique isn’t a Moon chick!
Great work, Shelley!
Yeah, one of the cool things about the Curtis/Staton/Pleger years has been the mix of modern settings (from the 60s or 70s in this particular story) with anachronisms like the young woman’s hairstyle in today’s strip. In “present-day” Tracyville, we see old-fashioned typewriters still in use alongside modern computers and Wrist Wizards, classic cars from the 1970s still being driven, etc. A mixture of reality and fantasy, as with mutant villains, down-to-earth cops interacting with Moon people, and literally embodied in the much-loved Honeymoon and Mysta Chimera. The blending of reality and fantasy was the mark of Chester Gould’s stories especially from the mid-40s onward, and Curtis, Pleger, Staton, and Shane Fisher have recaptured that vibe and spirit with understanding and intelligence. I love it!
Archie has opened the door and is walking into Tracy’s office. So the sign is correct.
Double duh, yeah, I see it now. My mind was thinking the door swung outward, not into Tracy’s office.