Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies and Color Sundays, Vol. 7: 1947-1948 (Hardcover)

Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies and Color Sundays, Vol. 7: 1947-1948 Cover Image
By Al Capp
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Shmoo’s Who?! What has been called "the greatest run of Li’l Abner ever" begins with Abner and Daisy Mae on a quest to locate the elusive Stanley Steamer. Meanwhile, Kickapoo Joy Juice prevents atomic disaster, while Fearless Fosdick tackles Anyface and the Chippendale Chair. "Evil Eye" Fleegle and Stupefyin’ Jones make their inaugural appearances (not together, thank goodness), and Tenderleif Ericson creates a memorable Sadie Hawkins Day, by Yiminy! But when Abner makes a trip to the Valley of the Shmoon, he finds mankind’s greatest benefactor — and mankind’s gravest threat! Laughs, thrills, and a healthy dose of gorgeous women all await in Li’l Abner Volume 7!

About the Author

Al Capp (1909–1979) was born Alfred Gerald Caplin in New Haven, Connecticut. He created Li’l Abner in 1934. In addition to the enormous popularity of his comic strip, Capp was arguably the most famous cartoonist of his generation. He was a frequent and outspoken guest on 1940s and ‘50s television. The prolific satirist also wrote a syndicated newspaper column, had his own syndicated radio show, and was a frequent guest lecturer at campuses nationwide, a sideline that created a firestorm late in his career. Capp retired Li’l Abner in 1977 after a 43-year run, and died two years later.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781631401565
ISBN-10: 1631401564
Publisher: Library of American Comics
Publication Date: December 23rd, 2014
Pages: 272
Language: English
Series: Li'l Abner