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Limited Collectors' Edition (1973) C-40

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-04-05 09:00:15 Gary Peterson Notes According to the indicia, the date of this treasury-sized edition is "Dec-Jan., 1975/1976."

The inside front cover features panels showing the evolution of the Dick Tracy strip from 1931 through 1954.

The two-page centerfold features "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" with portraits of 24 of Tracy's deadliest and most memorable adversaries.

Page 63 features "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" concerning technology in the Tracy strips.

Page 64 features 12 one-panel installments of Crimestoppers Textbook.

The inside back cover boasts a self-portrait by Chester Gould over a text biographical article titled "Chester Gould: Detective of the Drawing Board."
According to the indicia, the date of this treasury-sized edition is "Dec-Jan., 1975/1976."

The inside front cover features panels showing the evolution of the Dick Tracy strip from 1931 through 1954.

The two-page centerfold features "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" with portraits of 24 of Tracy's deadliest and most memorable adversaries.

Page 63 features "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" concerning technology in the Tracy strips.

Page 64 features 12 one-panel installments of Crimestoppers Textbook.

The inside back cover boasts a self-portrait by Chester Gould over a text biographical article titled "Chester Gould: Detective of the Drawing Board."

1980's music fans may remember seeing Joe Strummer prominently reading a copy of this magazine in the video for The Clash's hit song "Rock the Casbah."
2012-04-05 08:56:19 Gary Peterson Tagline The World's Most famous Detective... Fights His Most Fearsome Foes The World's Most Famous Detective... Fights His Most Fearsome Foes
2012-04-05 08:56:19 Gary Peterson Notes The inside front cover features panels from Dick Tracy strips from the 1931 through 1954.

The two-page centerfold features "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" with portraits of 24 of Tracy's deadliest and most memorable adversaries.

Page 63 features "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" concerning technology in the Tracy strips.

Page 64 features 12 one-panel installments of Tracy's Crimestoppers Textbook.

The inside back cover boasts a self-portrait by Chester Gould over a text biographical article titled "Chester Gould: Detective of the Drawing Board."
According to the indicia, the date of this treasury-sized edition is "Dec-Jan., 1975/1976."

The inside front cover features panels showing the evolution of the Dick Tracy strip from 1931 through 1954.

The two-page centerfold features "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" with portraits of 24 of Tracy's deadliest and most memorable adversaries.

Page 63 features "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" concerning technology in the Tracy strips.

Page 64 features 12 one-panel installments of Crimestoppers Textbook.

The inside back cover boasts a self-portrait by Chester Gould over a text biographical article titled "Chester Gould: Detective of the Drawing Board."
2012-04-05 08:50:39 Gary Peterson Added Character Tracy, Dick
2012-04-05 08:48:08 Gary Peterson Added Creator E. Nelson Bridwell
2012-04-05 08:48:08 Gary Peterson Tagline The World's Most famous Detective... Fights His Most Fearsome Foes
2012-04-05 08:48:08 Gary Peterson Format Standard Comic Issue Magazine
2012-04-05 08:48:08 Gary Peterson Synopsis Reprints the syndicated Dick Tracy comic strips spanning December 21, 1943 - May 17, 1944. In these wartime strips, Tracy is busting a black market ring that retaliates by recruiting a deadly hitman-- FLATTOP.
2012-04-05 08:48:08 Gary Peterson Notes The inside front cover features panels from Dick Tracy strips from the 1931 through 1954.

The two-page centerfold features "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" with portraits of 24 of Tracy's deadliest and most memorable adversaries.

Page 63 features "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" concerning technology in the Tracy strips.

Page 64 features 12 one-panel installments of Tracy's Crimestoppers Textbook.

The inside back cover boasts a self-portrait by Chester Gould over a text biographical article titled "Chester Gould: Detective of the Drawing Board."
2009-09-27 14:22:22 mslark Added Creator Chester Gould
2009-09-27 14:22:22 mslark Added Creator Chester Gould
2007-11-17 23:51:20 ccl080673 Added Creator Chester Gould
2007-11-17 23:51:20 ccl080673 Cover Date (Month) January Dec/Jan
2007-11-17 23:51:20 ccl080673 Cover Date (Year) 1976 1975
2007-07-06 00:21:09 WonderLad Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2007-07-06 00:21:09 WonderLad Added Cover Added cover (large)

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