Above, you’ll find the cover of Four Color #56, published way, way back in 1944. Prominently depicted on the cover is hero detective Dick Tracy. Now, we here at Abnormal Use aren’t criminal lawyers, but we’ve watch enough television to know that the investigating detective probably shouldn’t be touching the body with his bare hands before it’s even been removed from the scene of the crime. What the heck? Maybe criminal procedure was a bit different back in 1944.
The Rolling Stones have started up litigation against a company alleging misusing their super famous logo.
Walter Olson has the latest on the feud between the Consumer Products Safety Commission and the manufacturer of Buckyballs. We’ve previously written on this controversy here and here.
If you’re looking for photographs of abandoned tanks, you are in luck.