Shelley Pleger and Mike Curtis bring back Harold Teen

The Spirit and Dick Tracy crossover wrapped up last week and Joe Staton is taking a well deserved break from Tracy artwork to catch up on other work.  In his absence Shelley Pleger, who already does the inks, letters, and punches up the occasional dialog, will be taking the art reigns!  This is not the first time Shelley has stepped up with both the art, check out her contributions in a pinch back in 2015.

Shelley’s first task in our new story is reviving the look and feel of old Tribune comic, Harold Teen.  Harold Teen is a comic strip about adolescence written and drawn by Carl Ed that ran from 1919 to 1959.  Tracy writer Mike Curtis has described Harold Teen as his favorite comic strip and one of long standing goals has been to bring Harold, in this case briefly, back to the funnies.  Make no assumptions on Mr. Curtis’s age there, I believe he was reading this adolescent story at quite the young age!  There should be plenty of fun and amusement in the coming story, crime at a cosplay convention with real life guest star, Svengoolie in attendance.  

We can’t wait for all this to play out and the Depot is excited to see Shelley’s rendition of our yellow coated crime fighter.

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