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eBook Li'l Abner: Dailies, Vol. 2: 1936 ePub

by Al Capp

  • ISBN: 0878160418
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Al Capp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kitchen Sink Pr (January 1, 1988)
  • ePub book: 1772 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1995 kb
  • Other: doc docx azw lit
  • Rating: 4.9
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Description

Capp retired Li’l Abner in 1977 after a 43-year run, and died two years later. By 1937-38, Li'l Abner had begun to manifest itself in public consciousness for real, having made it into a couple of compilations in book form and steadily increasing in newspaper readership.

Capp retired Li’l Abner in 1977 after a 43-year run, and died two years later. However, the strip has not yet reached what is often considered to be its golden period; creator Al Capp still has a tendency of displaying elements of time-typical melodrama which, at times, might appear somewhat "over-the-top" by today's standards.

Book in the Li'l Abner Dailies Series). Li'l Abner Daily Strips, 1951, Vol. 17. Li'l Abner Dailies, 1939 (Li'l Abner Dailies 1939). Li'l Abner: Dailies, Vol. 6: 1940. L'Il Abner Dailies, 1941 (Li'l Abner Dailies 7). Al Capp, Dave Schreiner. L'Il Abner Dailies, 1942 (Li'l Abner Dailies Series). Al Capp. Li'l Abner, Vol. 18. Jim Vance, Al Capp, John Steinbeck. Li'l Abner: 1953 Volume 19.

Li'l Abner is a satirical American comic strip that appeared in many newspapers in the United States, Canada and Europe, featuring a fictional clan of hillbillies in the impoverished mountain village of Dogpatch, USA. Written and drawn by Al Ca. . Written and drawn by Al Capp (1909–1979), the strip ran for 43 years, from August 13, 1934 through November 13, 1977. The Sunday page debuted six months after the daily, on February 24, 1935

This second volume reprints the 1936 daily strips and includes a three-way introduction by Milton Caniff, Al.Capp started to show what Abner would become in this volume.

This second volume reprints the 1936 daily strips and includes a three-way introduction by Milton Caniff, Al Capp, and . Also included is an article that puts the strip into the historical context of 1936. The artwork is still a little primitive compared to later years, but the plotting and characters are starting to really show the Capp touch. Looking forward to the rest of them.

Al Capp drew his own autobiography, the 34-page Al Capp by Li'l Abner . Capp, Al, Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies and Color Sundays Vol. 2: 1937–1938 (2010) IDW.

Al Capp drew his own autobiography, the 34-page Al Capp by Li'l Abner (1946), distributed to returning World War II amputee veterans. During World War II and for many years afterward, Capp worked tirelessly going to hospitals to entertain patients, especially to cheer recent amputees and explain to them that the loss of a limb did not mean an end to a happy and productive life. Capp, Al, Li'l Abner: Reuben Award Winner Series Book 1 (1985) Blackthorne. Marschall, Rick, Nemo, the Classic Comics Library pp. 3–32 (April 1986).

Presenting the Li'l Abner daily strips and color Sundays from 1937 and 1938. The Library of American Comics is the world's publisher of classic newspaper comic strips, with 14 Eisner Award nominations and three wins for best book. Capp retired Li'l Abner in 1977 after a 43-year run, and died two years later. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Header 4. Header 3. Header 2. Quote. - .

Li'l Abner: Dailies, Vol. 2: 1936 by Al Capp.

Li'l Abner 1954 Dailies Volume BOOK "THE WILD ONE" 1994 Reprint. vintage BIG LITTLE BOOK: LI'L ABNER IN NEW YORK.

Li'l Abner: The Complete Dailies & Color Sundays. 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

Description from the back cover: On Monday, August 13, 1934, eight newspapers commenced printing an obscure comic strip by an equally obscure cartoonist about a family of poor hillbillies living in Kentucky. Before the cartoonist retired with his creation 43 later, Al Capp's Li'l Abner had become internationally famous, syndicated in over 900 newspapers worldwide and avidly followed by millions. Over the years, Capp and Li'L Abner were twin centers of both outrage and delight. Capp's trenchant outlook and sharp wit found voice in his comic strip and he seldom lacked an opinion about any facet of the national scene. John Steinbeck called him the greatest satirist since Laurence Sterne and recommended that he be considered for a Nobel Prize in literature. Others recommended that Capp be boiled in oil. Through all of it, Capp remained true to his personal vision of what Li'l Abner should be, and in the process, made it the greatest comic strip of all time. If you haven't already...meet the Yokums! They're right at home wherever they are, and they want you to feel the same. There's Mammy, Pappy, and of course, Li'l Abner. Their creator is Al Capp, humorist, satirist, center of both outrage and delight. In this book, you'll see the Yokums at their adventurous best, visiting the big city and at their residence in Dogpatch. You'll get acquainted with their friends (and enemies), too. So meet the Yokums. There's no need for you to get dress up.