COMPLETE CHESTER GOULD'S DICK TRACY 7
Volume Seven contains over 500 Dick Tracy comic strips from the series' early years, this time covering material that originally ran from January 1941 through June 1942. Also included is an introduction by Max Allan Collins, as well as the third historical feature from J.C. Vaughn looking at the evolution of Tracy merchandise.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Steve the Tramp reappears after nearly a decade behind bars, and in one of Gould's rare stories of a criminal gone straight, proves to Tracy that he is a changed man in a touching fashion. Also introduced is the Mole, Littleface, B-B Eyes, Tiger Lilly and Frizzletop. Fun stories, but not the classics of the American comic strip that they're made out to be. The strip was so influential and popular for many years, though, that I approve the complete reprint books. And they are very nicely produced, with informative articles preceding the strips, and a larger format - although I'm not convinced that Gould's art demands it.
Review: The Complete Dick Tracy, Vol. 7: 1941-1942 (The Complete Dick Tracy #7)User Review - Jared - Goodreads
With this volume IDW changed the format of the Dick Tracy series. The books are now larger, with room for three strips per page instead of two. This mainly affects the Sunday strips which are now ... Read full review