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Download Li'l Abner: Dailies, Vol. 12: 1946 eBook
ISBN:
0878160922
Author:
Al Capp
Category:
Comic Strips
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kitchen Sink Pr (Nrt); First Ed edition (November 1, 1991)
Pages:
168 pages
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1720 kb
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1746 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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645


I like Al Capp's Li'l Abner series plan to obtain al. Preserving Al Capp's extraordinarily imaginative contributions to this genuine American art form in a permanent way such as this ensures that it will not be the fate of Abner, Daisy Mae, Mammy, Pappy and all the rest.

Preserving Al Capp's extraordinarily imaginative contributions to this genuine American art form in a permanent way such as this ensures that it will not be the fate of Abner, Daisy Mae, Mammy, Pappy and all the rest

Li'l Abner Dailies 1946 book.

Li'l Abner Dailies 1946 book.

Al Capp cover, penciler, writer. Richard E. Marschall other.

Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies & Color Sundays, also known as The Complete Li'l Abner, is a series collecting the American comic strip Li'l Abner written and drawn by Al Capp.

Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies & Color Sundays, also known as The Complete Li'l Abner, is a series collecting the American comic strip Li'l Abner written and drawn by Al Capp, originally distributed by the syndicate United Feature Syndicate and later by Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, in total during 43 years before the strip ended. The strip debuted in August 1934 and at its peak, it had an estimated readership of over 60 million people regularly.

Li'l Abner 1946 Dailies KSP Volume 12 Al Capp MINT BOOK. Li'l Abner Dailies 1944 Vol 10 Al Capp Cartoon Comic Strip paperback Dailies. Lil Abner Dailies 12 Volumes 1-15 Minus 9,13 & 14 Softcover Nice Condition Lil’. Li'l Abner 1957 Dailies KSP Volume 23 Al Capp MINT BOOK.

This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies and Color Sundays, Vol. 6: 1945-1946. Abner then has a close shave with diva Barbara Seville, chews the fat with Wolf Gal, turns Sadie Hawkins Day into a pipe dream for fans of Moonbeam McSwine, and then rustles up six thousand ham sangwidges to save Dogpatch from the terrible turnip termites. The complete comics from 1945 and 1946.

Li'l Abner 1961 Dailies KSP Volume 27 Al Capp MINT BOOK. Li'l Abner N. 95 - Al Capp's Li'l Abner newspaper strip occasionally featured a hilarious Dick Tracy satire that always seemed to leave the hero shot full of big holes

Li'l Abner 1961 Dailies KSP Volume 27 Al Capp MINT BOOK. 95 - Al Capp's Li'l Abner newspaper strip occasionally featured a hilarious Dick Tracy satire that always seemed to leave the hero shot full of big holes. my interview w/ Denis Kitchen about "Li'l Abner's Al Capp: A Monstrous Creature, a Masterful Cartoonist". Issue: 95 /Year: -Al Capp art. This includes CGC, PGX and CBCS graded comic books. Li'l Abner's Al Capp: A Monstrous Creature, a Masterful Cartoonist.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Al Capp books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Li'l Abner The Complete Dailies And Color Sundays, Vol. 1 1934-1936. 12% off. 4 1941-1942.

In 1946 Li'l Abner meets the beautiful but carnivorous Wolf Gal, who has her eyes (and stomach) on our hero. But even she is overshadowed this year by one of the strip's most memorable events ever. The most famous resident of hapless Lower Slobbovia is Lena the Hyena, the "ugliest woman in the world." She is so hideous that savvy cartoonist Al Capp cannot bear to draw her image himself. In an extraordinarily successful publicity stunt he enlisted readers to send in their drawings of Lena. And some 500,000 readers from 381 subscribing newspapers responded! To add to the public's attention, Capp persuaded actor Boris Karloff, surrealist Salvador Dali and crooner Frank Sinatra to join him in judging the finalists. The winner turned out to be Basil Wolverton, who became a famous cartoonist in his own right. The amazing background of this stunt is detailed in two fully illustrated introductions (which include pictures of the Lena runners-up). Other characters featured this year: Joe Btfsplk (the jinx with the cloud hanging over his head), Moonbeam McSwine, The Skraggs and Available Jones. Published in 1991 by Kitchen Sink Press ( KSP ) 12 x 9 horizontal format 168 pages ISBN #0-87816-092-2 Mint / Never Read Condition.
  • Malodred
As a child in the 50's, I was a great fan of this comic strip and continued being a fan until Al Capp died. I have purchased all of the "Completes" printed to date and will continue to do so until the series is completed.
  • Cesar
Perfectly and deliriously insane. Capp was early Mad Magazine before there was an early Mad Magazine. I can't believe that 40 million people a week read this wild, misanthropic stuff. This is the first volume in the Li'l Abner series I've purchased, but I'm getting the rest.
  • Fordrelis
only black and white
  • Blacknight
Until he became an old rich fart in the sixties, Al Capp was brazen, insane and hilarious. There's a lot of offensive stereo types here especially with native people, but no one was spared in this strip. Especially rich capitalists.
  • Bloodhammer
One of the best periods from one of the best comics ever
  • FailCrew
One of the greatest comic strips of all time. Creative and intelligent entertainment. If you love good old comic strips this is the one to read.
  • Gaudiker
Lil Abner was an awesome satire with visual humour and word play as well as great satire making it an all round funny strip. This particular year was amongst the best with some very un-PC gags. There is no space in the newspaper for a strip this detailed in drawing now. Another reason papers aren't selling as well. Highly recommended.
all the lil abner meet my expectations as I so much pleasure reading them !