Saturday, December 17, 2005
Roger Lincoln, S-Man
I was afraid someone would ask what S-Man stands for, and DD Degg did. 'Fraid I don't have an answer for you, DD. I have a smattering of dailies somewhere that I think had the answer, but they are in the giganto pile of Stuff To Be Filed. Once they go in that pile they don't come back out - it's the comic strip black hole.
So I checked my inventory and found that I have one solitary Sunday in my collection (11/18/1951). I was able to dig that out and it is reproduced here. Problem #1 is that this Sunday has obviously gone on a sci-fi tangent. I could swear those dailies (the ones consigned to terra incognita) concerned some sort of spy/gangster type material. Problem #2 is that Milton Luros (aka the porno king - see DD Degg's reply to the prior post) is obviously doing the Sunday almost a year before the date I cited in the original post. That date came for my indexing of the strip in the microfilm of the Reading (PA) Eagle. So now I don't know what's going on. Either I did some sloppy indexing or there is a lot more information to be found on this strip. Can anyone shed some light on the subject?
Cynthia got embroiled in a mystery due to a train crash where a dying man told her to take some packages to Roger Lincoln, and the strip seemed to evolve from there. You can check it out at http://allthingsger.blogspot.com/2013/02/cynthia-oh-cynthia-thrsday-story-strip.html?m=1