One of the more unique museums in Oklahoma can be found in Pauls Valley. The Toy & Action Figure Museum houses every kind of super hero, villain, monster and cartoon character that has ever been immortalized in plastic.
It's also home to the Oklahoma Cartoonist Collection which honors the surprising number of cartoonists and comic book artists that were from (or lived in) Oklahoma. One of the most famous honorees is Chester Gould, creator of comic strip character Dick Tracy. At my last visit they had a small exhibit dedicated to Dick Tracy memorabilia:
The character has been around since the early 1930's and has appeared in numerous different types of media ranging from newspaper strips to film serials to animation. The character's biggest hit was probably the 1990 Warren Beatty movie. A lot of this collection was released in conjunction with that film but there are some other older pieces as well:
Dick Tracy has been around long enough to be one of those characters that has staying power. And with the constant rebooting and rehashing of franchises, it's only a matter of time before this hero with Oklahoma origins returns to a screen near you.