Dick Tracy Vol. 2: 1933-1935


Written and illustrated by Chester Gould

It’s all about family in Dick Tracy Volume 2, as Clover Press and The Library of American Comics bring this early entry into the series’ standardized format. That means larger pages in a book that looks great on the shelf with its companions. Between the covers, the spotlight’s on Junior Tracy as he and his biological father cross paths with the notorious “Stooge” Viller and his sister, Maxine. Then “Big Boy” leaves Junior hospitalized before “Confidence” Dolan locks the boy in the can. Dick Tracy’s subsequent encounter with secret operative J. Scotland Bumpsted puts the evil Larceny Lu on the run to California. There she meets Junior’s long-lost mother, who gives Junior a Scotty pup named Oscar and Tracy a way to bring villainous Boris Arson to justice. Chester Gould’s high-octane stories set pulses raising and hearts beating faster in the reformatted, super-sized, all-action Dick Tracy, Volume 2!

Edited by Ted Adams and Justin Eisinger / Designed by Ashley Wood and Robbie Robbins / Introduction by Max Allan Collins / 11″ x 9.5″ / hardcover / B&W / 2960 pp / ISBN 978-1-951038-77-9