Mitzi had Mordecai kill Atlas.Oh, come on, this has pretty much been but all but confirmed. Just because a recent strip has shown that Mitzi did feel something for Atlas doesn't mean she couldn't have still had him killed.
Freckle had something to do with Rocky getting kicked out of Nina's house.That much isn't too big of a guess, but more specifically, I think Nina specifically asked Freckle, and gave him the final call. He implied some sort of guilt as a driving force, when it came to accepting Rocky's job offer, and the fact that he saved all of Rocky's letters reinforces this.
Either Wick, Mordecai or Viktor are going to be killed in the future.Tracy recently confirmed on her forum that one of the main characters is going to die, so here are some possible victims (Feel free to add some more):
Atlas committed suicide.Perhaps Lackadaisy was already spiraling into decline by the time of his death. Perhaps he felt it was Better to Die than Be Killed or arrested. Perhaps he was not as strong as the image he projected in public. Whatever the reason, Atlas May killed himself. Mordecai was the one who discovered the body and informed Mitzi; she asked him not to tell anyone so the reputation he built up wouldn't be shattered. Besides, even if the truth were told, it wouldn't fully dispel the rumors — for who would believe such a powerful person could ever be Driven to Suicide?
the next guy Ivy dates will be named "Hobbes."
Zib starts crossdressing when drunk.Don't know how canon the mini comics may be, but in one he was wearing heels off-page. In another, he had lipstick smeared on his face, and when he asks, Mitzi says he put it on himself. Both comics seem to have taken place after he was intoxicated.
Zib killed Atlas.Unlikely, considering Zib's status as the Only Sane Man, stubborn moral compass and general lack of murderous tendencies. However, he doesn't seem to have liked Atlas very much judging from his conversation with Mitzi during the whole incident with the pearls. With Tracy recently confirming that Zib and Mitzi were previously in a relationship, Zib may have harbored some animosity or even jealousy depending on the circumstances surrounding the end of his relationship with Mitzi and the beginning of her relationship with Atlas.
Mitzi herself killed Atlas.A slight variation of the first WMG. We all know that one of the strips show Mordecai with a gun in his hand, and a solemn looking Mitzi before him. He wasn't passing the gun after he killed Atlas, he was passing it before Atlas died. Mitzi was the one who did all the dirty work. Since she was his wife, she would've had ample opportunities to get close and personal with him. Maybe she had asked Mordecai for the best instrument to kill Atlas. Mordecai probably would've asked for the reason, but didn't feel the need to interfere with Mitzi's plans since she was technically his employer too.
Calvin and Mordecai will have a showdownThey're each the trump card for the Lackadaisy and Marigold gang. They're both psychotic when handling a weapon. And who would suspect a little cutie like Calvin could take down Mordecai? Eventually they will wind up fighting each other, and Calvin will probably win.
Wick will unknowingly join Asa's crewWick seems to be a perfect victim for the chopping block, but what if instead of being killed, he is tricked by Asa into funding his speakeasy without knowing, such as Asa not telling him what the money is really for. Wick does seem the naive type who wouldn't suspect anything wrong.
Whoever killed Atlas will be the one to diePossibly by way of being murdered themselves. The story would go full-circle, it'd implement poetic justice, and maybe it'd end on a light note, at least.
Mordecai wasn't always a sociopath.Various sketches of Mordecai as a child (kitten?), plus Word Of God, show that he had a tenement upbringing, but showed no signs of abnormality. Something happened to him — or more likely, to his family — that changed him from a quiet, nerdy neat freak into the cold-hearted killer we know and love and are secretly a little afraid of.
Viktor and Elsa are…close friendsAny perceived innuendo for the term “close friends” is intentional. Yes it’s implied that she’s married to Bobby, but so far it stands as just that, an implication, it’s not out right confirmed. She seems awfully interested when Ivy mentions Viktor, and both of them served in the war (him a soldier, her a nurse). Yes, I am indeed stretching thin anything even resembling logic, but that’s what WMG’s are for.
Mitzi's necklace wasn't actually made of pearlsThe way Zib looks at the one he picks up may just be him reflecting on the predicament, but that expression and the description of how Mitzi got those "marbles" make one wonder...
Elsa and Viktor do have history together, but...It's ancient history: pre-war and pre-Bobby. She is the one that got away.
The entire comic will take place over the course of one week.Tracy's going for the slow story. No time skips whatsoever. In about eight year we will have made it through seven really hectic days.
Wick, heavily invested in the stock market, will be bled dry by The Great Depression.Assuming the comic follows this early sketch (lower left corner), he'll lose everything.
Mitzi didn't kill Atlas.Too obvious.
Rocky can't use his right arm after the accident.Look carefully at this picture, particularly at the ones where Rocky is making a call. Why can't he use both his hands? Also, the last image is of him holding a violin—and it's intentionally old looking. An era passed, perhaps?
If there was a Crossover between Lackadaisy and Dreamkeepers it would both make sense...And be extremely awesome!