Anyone dressed like that in public deserves to be fleeced.
Actually, Lee is going to entice Blaze with black market cells of Derby Dugan shorts from the 30s.
So … we’re going to go from Lee & Blaze talking over coffee at lunch to Lee & Blaze talking over coffee at dinner. Who says there isn’t variety in Dick Tracy?
That’s been one of the big rumors. Apparently the opening does take place in WWII, but the main story is set in 1969. The Macguffin is the Wheel of Fate, so I guess anything is possible once they start spinning it.
Poor Blaze. Well, like Indiana Jones says in Dial of Destiny, it’s not what you believe but how hard you believe it.
Actually, if you go back through Chester Gould’s work, there was an awful lot of material that was borderline (or even a little over the borderline) BDSM. But you’re right in one way, these days the Syndicate probably wouldn’t allow it.
Yes, both the coffee & romance are brewing in the strip now.
It is good to see both Blaze & Lee Ebony, who I’ve felt has been an under-used character. Who knows if something more than friendship is in the cards for them?
I just wonder if their costumes have pockets where they can carry their money.