Dick Tracy (character)
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|Publisher||Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate|
|First appearance||"Dick Tracy" (October 4, 1931)|
|Created by||Chester Gould|
|Partnerships||Little Orphan Annie|
Dick Tracy is a fictional police detective in the American comic strip Dick Tracy created by Chester Gould in 1931. Tracy is a tough and intelligent detective who uses forensic science, advanced gadgetry, and wits in his relentless pursuit of criminals.
The Dick Tracy comic strip made its premiere on October 4, 1931, in the Detroit Mirror. The strip was distributed by Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate. Chester Gould both drew and wrote the comic strip until the year 1977. Since then other writers and artists have continued to produce the strip, which is still running in newspapers to this day.
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