UPDATE: I found something close to what I remember. This is a little more elaborate than the unofficial Dagwoods featuring a bunch of different cold cuts. The implication as I remember is that odd leftovers were a signature of the true Dagwood sandwich. Some a fried egg, the lobster tail, and cold spaghetti seems appropriate. I can't vouch for the eagle talon.
For those who have made Dagwoods in your life, there is finally a chance to have someone make it for you. Coming to Clearwater, Florida, in August is "Dagwood's Sandwich Shoppe."
Dean Young is one of the guys behind the company. Young inherited the job of drawing Blondie from his father, creator Chic Young, in 1973.
Besides a signature Dagwood at a pound-and-a-half and several inches tall, the menu also includes Cuban sandwiches, New Orleans-style roast beef sandwiches as well as traditional sandwich makings such as corned beef pastrami, other cold cuts, and cheese. New Orleans will also be a center for the company.
The only surprise I have is that it didn't come sooner. I know Blondie isn't as hip as it once was, but the Dagwood is a classic idea.
Years ago, I found an actual Dagwood sandwich recipe. If I find it, I'll post it. If you have one, leave a comment.