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  1. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner 8 months ago

    yes, I reckon – bad hypocrick. Sure wish they could get past the Skrags, the turnip invasion, etc. I would love to see the Shmoo’s!!! :-)

  2. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner 9 months ago

    I have renewed my membership here and I always look forward to getting new comics everyday. However, I don’t know what the problem is with L’iL Abner. Yes, Capp did some wonderful work but we never see characters like the Shmoo’s, Sadie Hawkins day race, etc.. It is as if this strip is stuck bag in the 1930’s/early 40’s. If anyone knows how to get a hold of someone at gocomics.com, I would be willing to spend some time following up – I am a librarian, so I’ll keep digging for info until I get it! :-) Best to all here!

  3. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner over 3 years ago

    when the strip was down for about a week and a half, I sent them a message asking what was wrong and also about content. They said they will be receiving new content, however, I cannot imagine that it has taken them so long to do this, particularly when we are paying for this. The 33-35 sequence should be permanently retired :-)

  4. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner about 4 years ago

    I want to follow Li’l Abner – they don’t make comics like this anymore, but I want new material, say 50’s and 60’s – there must be 1000’s of strips. Maybe I am just going to have to buy some of the books that sequence the strips, like the Peanuts strips.

    c’mon, give us something better than this!

  5. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner about 4 years ago

    Hot Dog!!! They got the message to get new ones from someone. :-)

  6. Brian McFerron GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner over 4 years ago

    I really like L’il Abner, but when will they run strips that are newer – say 1950’s early 1960’s?