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Al Capp’s Li’l Abner Series

Running from 1934 to 1977, Li’l Abner was immensely popular, carried in over 900 American papers and 100 foreign papers. While he employed many assistants, Capp wrote the strip and always drew and inked the faces and hands of the characters.


Books in the Al Capp’s Li’l Abner series:

Li’l Abner Volume 1 Dailies 1934-1935 (1988)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the first volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Catherine Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 2 Dailies 1936 (1988)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the second volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Catherine Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 3 Dailies 1937 (1988)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the third volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Catherine Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 4 Dailies 1938 (1989)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the fourth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Catherine Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 5 Dailies 1939 (1989)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the fifth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Catherine Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 6 Dailies 1940 (1989)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the sixth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 7 Dailies 1941 (1989)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the seventh volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff

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Li’l Abner Volume 10 Dailies 1944 (1990)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the tenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 8 Dailies 1942 (1990)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the eighth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 9 Dailies 1943 (1990)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the ninth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 11 Dailies 1945 (1991)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the eleventh volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 12 Dailies 1946 (1991)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the twelfth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Al Capp
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 13 Dailies 1947 (1992)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the thirteenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 14 Dailies 1948 (1992)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the fourteenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 15 Dailies 1949 (1992)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the fifteenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 15 Dailies 1949 (1992)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the fifteenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 16 Dailies 1950 (1993)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the sixteenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 17 Dailies 1951 (1993)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the seventeenth volume in a reprinting of the daily strips.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 18 Dailies 1952 (1993)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the eighteenth volume in which Li’l Abner finally marries Daisy Mae.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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Li’l Abner Volume 19 Dailies 1953 (1994)

Set in the hillbilly South, Li’l Abner was one of the most popular comic strips in America for decades. This is the nineteenth volume in the reprinting of the strip.

Author(s): Al Capp
Illustrator(s): Andy Amato
Al Capp
Harvey Curtis
Walter Johnson
Moe Leff
Et al

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