Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Volume 22 by Chester GouldComplete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Volume 22 by Chester Gould

Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Volume 22

byChester Gould

Hardcover | June 27, 2017

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Two worlds are in turmoil when the inter-species romance between Junior and Moon Maid heats up. Can the twinkling of little antennae be too far in the future? Back on Earth, Diet Smith introduces the Two-Way Wrist Television fifty years before the Apple Watch, while Moon Maid turns vigilante and a series of events reveal a mob plot to kill both her and Dick Tracy. The clues eventually lead to Mr. Bribery, who proudly displays his collection of shrunken heads of the people who have crossed him. Volume 22 includes the complete comic strips from April 13, 1964 through December 26, 1965.
Chester Gould (1900–1985) was born in Pawnee, Oklahoma, the son of a newspaperman and grandson of a circuit-riding preacher. He attended Oklahoma A&M (now Oklahoma State University) before transferring to Northwestern University in Chicago, from which he graduated in 1923. He produced the minor comic strips Fillum Fables and The Radio ...
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Title:Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Volume 22Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 11.44 × 8.81 × 1.08 inPublished:June 27, 2017Publisher:IDW PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1631409018

ISBN - 13:9781631409011

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"One of the best things to happen to the comic market in the last few years was IDW's decision to publish The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy." –Scoop"Chester Gould introduced a new hard-hitting type of realism [that] marked a radical and historic departure: the comics were no longer just funny." –Jerry Robinson,The Comics "It’s time to build new bookshelves to welcome one of America’s singular artistic achievements." —Art Spiegelman