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  1. 8 days ago on Dick Tracy

    And with this satisfying conclusion, the brilliant Mike Curtis not only resolved the cliffhanger poor Annie was left in when her strip got cancelled, but has continued to develop her and her supporting cast within Curtis’ Tracyverse. A wise decision.

  2. 8 days ago on Dick Tracy

    HELLO, SPLITFACE HERE! FOR MY SPEECH BALLOONS, ALL MY SPEECH BALLOONS ARE ENTIRELY JAGGED! TO APPROXIMATE THAT IN TYPING, I’LL ALWAYS TYPE IN ALL CAPS BOLDFACE AND END ALL MY SENTENCES WITH AN EXCLAMATION POINT! FOR IMAGINING WHAT MY VOICE SOUNDS LIKE, THINK A HARSH, GUTTURAL VOICE! SPECIFICALLY, THINK OF THE VOICE OF THE ALBINO IN THE PRINCESS BRIDE BEFORE HE CLEARS HIS THROAT!

  3. 8 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Hello, Haf-and-Haf here. My speech balloons are always normal, but with a wavy tail. For imagining what my voice sounds like, think a pseudo-British accent. Specifically, think of the voice of the late horror film star Vincent Price. Price was American born and raised, but always spoke with such a pronounced accent that he sounded British and often played Englishmen. The drawback to typing like this is that I’m always going to have to reintroduce myself as Haf-and-Haf to let you know it’s me speaking and not boboscar anytime I have to reply more than once. The advantage is that my voice is the most natural in indulging in an evil laugh.

    MUWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

  4. 8 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Hello, Tulza here. My speech balloons are always in italics, but with a straight tale. For imagining what my voice sounds like, think a normal American accent spoken aloud through gritted teeth. Specifically, think of your own normal voice (even if you’re not American) spoken aloud through gritted teeth.

  5. 8 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Intro (skip if you’ve already read any of the previous intros):

    Hello, greetings, casual readers of past Tracy stories. I’m here because I’m on 2 missions. The first is something I’ve never done before, read each Tracy story by Mike Curtis (or his occasional guest writer) in one sitting each. I feel his stories are worth it. IMHO, Curtis is by far the best post-Gould writer this strip has ever had, and we’re all lucky to have him.

    My second mission is to provide an immediately useful Featured Comment whenever needed. My 3 friends below will reply to me. You can read their replies if you like, but their only real purpose is to bump up this comment to the Featured Comment.

    There are 2 basic types of immediately useful Featured Comments: the first type is to provide you with a Mumblespeak translator when needed. The other type (this type) is anytime that day’s strip quotes a real song. I will provide an html to a recording to that song so you’ll know the tune even if you’ve never heard it before.

    End Intro

    And here’s the song, a good way to end this epic tale on:

    https://www.youtube.Com/watch?v=eHLWgX3RpvQ

  6. 12 days ago on Dick Tracy

    HELLO, SPLITFACE HERE! FOR MY SPEECH BALLOONS, ALL MY SPEECH BALLOONS ARE ENTIRELY JAGGED! TO APPROXIMATE THAT IN TYPING, I’LL ALWAYS TYPE IN ALL CAPS BOLDFACE AND END ALL MY SENTENCES WITH AN EXCLAMATION POINT! FOR IMAGINING WHAT MY VOICE SOUNDS LIKE, THINK A HARSH, GUTTURAL VOICE! SPECIFICALLY, THINK OF THE VOICE OF THE ALBINO IN THE PRINCESS BRIDE BEFORE HE CLEARS HIS THROAT!

  7. 12 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Hello, Haf-and-Haf here. My speech balloons are always normal, but with a wavy tail. For imagining what my voice sounds like, think a pseudo-British accent. Specifically, think of the voice of the late horror film star Vincent Price. Price was American born and raised, but always spoke with such a pronounced accent that he sounded British and often played Englishmen. The drawback to typing like this is that I’m always going to have to reintroduce myself as Haf-and-Haf to let you know it’s me speaking and not boboscar anytime I have to reply more than once. The advantage is that my voice is the most natural in indulging in an evil laugh.

    MUWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

  8. 12 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Hello, Tulza here. My speech balloons are always in italics, but with a straight tale. For imagining what my voice sounds like, think a normal American accent spoken aloud through gritted teeth. Specifically, think of your own normal voice (even if you’re not American) spoken aloud through gritted teeth.

  9. 12 days ago on Dick Tracy

    Intro (skip if you’ve already read any of the previous intros):

    Hello, greetings, casual readers of past Tracy stories. I’m here because I’m on 2 missions. The first is something I’ve never done before, read each Tracy story by Mike Curtis (or his occasional guest writer) in one sitting each. I feel his stories are worth it. IMHO, Curtis is by far the best post-Gould writer this strip has ever had, and we’re all lucky to have him.

    My second mission is to provide an immediately useful Featured Comment whenever needed. My 3 friends below will reply to me. You can read their replies if you like, but their only real purpose is to bump up this comment to the Featured Comment.

    There are 2 basic types of immediately useful Featured Comments: the first type is to provide you with a Mumblespeak translator when needed. The other type (this type) is anytime that day’s strip quotes a real song. I will provide an html to a recording to that song so you’ll know the tune even if you’ve never heard it before.

    End Intro

    Only one link would seem to do for this strip, especially since it was referenced in the previous day’s strip, a clip from I Love Lucy of Desi Arnaz as Ricky Ricardo singing this song:

    https://www.youtube.Com/watch?v=BCerzlxs-UE

  10. 14 days ago on Dick Tracy

    HELLO, SPLITFACE HERE! FOR MY SPEECH BALLOONS, ALL MY SPEECH BALLOONS ARE ENTIRELY JAGGED! TO APPROXIMATE THAT IN TYPING, I’LL ALWAYS TYPE IN ALL CAPS BOLDFACE AND END ALL MY SENTENCES WITH AN EXCLAMATION POINT! FOR IMAGINING WHAT MY VOICE SOUNDS LIKE, THINK A HARSH, GUTTURAL VOICE! SPECIFICALLY, THINK OF THE VOICE OF THE ALBINO IN THE PRINCESS BRIDE BEFORE HE CLEARS HIS THROAT!