Comic Book Eyes/Alphabetical

     SEE ALSO: Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical 100 Bullets 77 Sunset Strip 87th Street A Grace Adams & Aunt Agatha (The Agatha Detective Agency) Jinx Alameda Mosaku Anchu Angel Angel and the Ape Apocalypse Al Nick Archer (Liar's Kiss) Frank Armstrong (Tumor) Jacob Ashe & Cinder DuBois (Cinder and Ashe) B Barney … Continue reading Comic Book Eyes/Alphabetical

Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical

SEE ALSO: Eyes in Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical 120, rue de la gare (1988, Casterman) 1934 (1988, Dargaud) 77 Sunset Strip (1960-63, Dell/Gold Key) A A.K.A. Goldfish (1995, Caliber) A.R.M. (1990-91, Adventure/Malibu Graphics) Ace Fedora, Private Eye (2004, Arctic Star Studios) The Adventures of Apocalypse Al (2013, Image Comics) The Adventures of Ford Fairlane … Continue reading Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical


"Remember all the movies, Terry, we'd go see, Tryin' to walk like the heroes we thought we had to be?" -- Bruce Springsteen, "Hiding in the Backstreets" "The camera lies all the time. It lies 24 times a second." -- Brian De Palma Since the beginning, even before there were talkies, the private eye has … Continue reading Films/Alphabetical


"Seeing a murder on television can help work off one's antagonisms. And if you haven't any antagonisms, the commercials will give you some." -- Alfred Hitchcock If you're not too clear on the concept of who is or isn't a private eye, check out What the hell is a private eye, anyway? SEE ALSO: TV EYES: … Continue reading Television/Alphabetical


A never-complete listing of private dicks and janes, and selected other tough guys and gals, listed by character, with all appearances in novels, short stories, film, television, radio and other media that I could find. Inclusion on this list generally means I've heard of the eye, and that if a bio and bibliography is missing, … Continue reading Eyes/Alphabetical