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Not only did Tracy keep a straight face he generated lots of sweat beads!
All DT and Dr. M. have to be wary of are crocodiles and poisonous snakes, but we have to beware the Locher-ness monster.
You’d better watch out for Al Gore. He’s trying to get his hands deeper and deeper into our pockets through his global warming scam. The damage control they’re trying to do since the e-mails expose is most amusing, but it still looks like our prez is going to ladle out more of our tax and future debt dollars to them.
Hey, Pops, if you keep on repeating yourself the tiger will take his nap and then where will you be?
Wasn’t today supposed to be the magic day when this strip gets beamed up to comic heaven and all will be revealed?
Did Locher also write the “About Dick Tracy” column on the right? He credits himself for both writing and illustrating. Adios, Brozman.
The double-header machine is a stereoscope for looking at the notes in 3D since Tracy not only has flat feet but flat eyes.
I agree with jumbobrain’s comments about the Phantom yesterday. Nowadays, DePaul and Ryan do a superb job.
As for Dick Tracy, don’t you recognize parody?
This one even takes it to new heights, . . oops, . . depths.
Aren’t we lucky!
As the comic Al Boliska said, “Do you realize if it weren’t for Edison we’d be watching TV by candlelight?”
Such a succinct lesson in economics, ps! Is this the only way we can get sense into the media? Through Frank & Ernest? The comics in DC are too far into fuzzy-wuzzy land playing Simon Says , , . with 300 million lives that they can’t get it.
The plants are STARVING with CO2 at 400 ppm. They LOVE the 1,000 ppm fed them in greenhouses. It’s all about scamming the taxpayers and feeding the lobbyists’ bandwagon (for you know what … ).
Notice how it’s changed from “global warming” to “climate change”? The scammers don’t study science so they didn’t know the sunspots’ cycle would be on its down swing and we’d have a cool period!
From the real oldies, while Dick Tracy has gone downhill over the last 60 years, the Phantom has gone uphill. It can be done.