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  1. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy about 12 hours ago

    I’m probably the only one here who will appreciate that video.

    You and me both, AnyFace. I’m a long-time fan of the territorial days of pro wrestling.

  2. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy about 12 hours ago

    In Professional Wrestling, it’s called a “Face Turn,” when the bad guys unexpectedly do something – well – not so bad – and get the fans behind ’em.

  3. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy about 17 hours ago

    I’ll join with the others here in pointing out that it actually seems to indicate that Silver believes that she’s dead, but she may not be dead. I didn’t see him check for a pulse or anything.

    True, and saying that Stiletta was an expert knife thrower doesn’t necessarily mean that Stiletta’s dead. Silver could have just meant that, at one time, Stiletta was an expert circus knife thrower, but that she’s no longer with the circus.

  4. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Regarding the question of whether or not Stiletta’s dead, would her legs be bent at the knees as shown in Panel 1 if she were dead?

  5. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Sweatbox, Davey Mylar (… A.K.A. "Mr. Crime), The Mumbles Quartet (… Except for Mumbles!), Lt. Teevo and Panda.

    Did I miss anyone?

    Tabby Angus.

  6. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    I like it, AnyFace!

  7. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Good one, NightShade!

  8. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Another great poem, Avenger!

  9. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    I gotta feeling based on Silver’s reaction that he already agreed to help Stilletta kidnap Tracy’s grandchild.

    I get that feeling, too, based on the following:

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  10. Chris Sherlock commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    I, for one, wouldn’t mind in a second if they fed Stiletta to Lena.

    I could live with that too, Morrow.