This treasury edition is a large format reprint of the Dick Tracy comic strip that was published by the Chicago Tribune and New York News Syndicate from 12-21-1943 to 05-17-1944. The same series of comic strips was also reprinted in Dick Tracy Monthly (1948-1961) issues 25-27. Script and art by Chester Gould. During World War II, Dick Tracy pursues one of the black market's top hitmen: Flattop! And what a wild and crazy pursuit it is with many twists and turns! Appearances by Tess Trueheart, Pat Patton, and Vitamin Flintheart. First special feature: "Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery" 2-page spread of 24 villains. Second special feature: "Dick Tracy Talks to Uncle Sam" Third special feature: "Crimestoppers Textbook" (Notes: The inside front cover illustrates Dick Tracy's history from 1931 to 1954. The inside back cover features an essay on Chester Gould's career. The back cover shows Dick Tracy and seven of his friends. Book dimensions approximately 10" x 13".) 64 pages. Cover price $1.00.