Chester Gould’s morality play enters the late ’60s, as the cartoonist tackles concepts of retribution, constitutional rights, economic warfare, and Space Age intrigue-all amidst the usual array of murder and violence.
The stakes, however, seem higher, and the body count soars: death in space, on the high seas, behind closed doors-by gun, by laser, by asphyxiation, by explosion, and by freezing.
Plus, a special feature about the aborted 1967 Dick Tracy TV show from the same producer who made Batman a pop culture icon.
Included are all strips from July 3, 1967 to April 2, 1969.
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