Charlie Wise Minit Mystery Begins Today

A new Dick Tracy Minit Mystery begins today, featuring guest writer and artist Charlie Wise. Charlie puts a great deal of time and effort on his Groovy, Kinda webcomic which follows Larry Pye and his hilarious misadventures with love, relationships and the strange, strange town Innesmount in the 51st state of Jefferson.

As a reminder, these Minit Mysteries are two week affairs, featuring guest artists that challenge the daily Dick Tracy readers to solve the mystery before the end of the story. This one is shaping up to feature fan-favorite Mysta “Moon Maid” Chimera and I’ve already cracked a smile out of the Jelly Doughnut bit with Tracy as the dastardly thief. Charlie has a great perspective and style that is going to be a lot of fun to read.

Head on over to GoComics to read the full daily and keep up on the action over the coming weeks while most of us are stuck at home.

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8 Responses to Charlie Wise Minit Mystery Begins Today

  1. Michael DeBonis says:

    I love your website, but when l try to Google it, l get some male fertility merchandizing website, instead. What’s going on?

  2. Michael DeBonis says:

    The Dick Tracy Depot.

  3. Michael DeBonis says:

    Are you having problems with your website?

  4. Michael DeBonis says:

    This is the comic world’s best website. I hope all is going well.

  5. Hipopotamo says:

    I’m so excited to read Mr. Wise’s take on Tracy, though I may not be able to solve the mistery!

    • Michael DeBonis says:

      Curtis, Staton and their team always do a great job with composing their strip, so l am not surprised to see them do this. It’s a helluva idea.

      Best wishes to them.

  6. Michael DeBonis says:

    I wonder if Curtis and Staton will ever do a crossover with KFS’s The Phantom. It seems to me a great idea and means of promoting both adventure strips. Dick Tracy teaming up with Doc Savage and The Shadow would also be quite entertaining. In July of 2021, Condé Nast is officially relaunching The Shadow pulp novels, with James Patterson helming their efforts. The time is right for Tribune Media Corp. to hop on board the choo choo train. We will see what happens. Let’s hope Will Murray continues to write the Doc Savage sci-fi novels. Mr. Murray definitely knows what he is doing.

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