The Complete Dick Tracy 8: 1942-1944, Volume 8; Volumes 1942-1944

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IDW Pub., Jul 15, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 261 pages
6 Reviews
Chester Gould hits his stride, as he introduces four of his most grotesque villains: Pruneface, Laffy, Mrs. Pruneface, and Flattop, all while Dick Tracy is subjected to one of the most inventive and bizarre death traps in comics history.

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Review: The Complete Dick Tracy, Vol. 7: 1941-1942 (The Complete Dick Tracy #7)

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Now we're talking! Getting into the classic rogues gallery the Tracy and Gould are famous for. I like the new larger format, despite the physical book being a little more awkward to handle. I know it only gets better from here! On to volume 8! Read full review

Review: The Complete Dick Tracy, Vol. 7: 1941-1942 (The Complete Dick Tracy #7)

User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

What a brilliant story arc about The Mole. Shame he got killed off quickly. Other villains like Frizzletop are demented and worthy of reading. The history lessons in the beginning of the book are ... Read full review

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Section 3
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