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Uploader: narfstar
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Mirrors: [ University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Image & Multimedia Collections link
 
 
A PDF version of this file and many, many others can be found on Richard Graham's "Government Comics Collection" site, part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Image & Multimedia Collections at the link above.
Issue: #[nn]
Published: 1956, Price: [0.00 FREE], Pages: 16, Editing:
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Notes: Available as a scan at digitalcomicmuseum.com Printed in the U.S.A.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Mr. Civil Defense
Credits: Pencils: Al Capp (signed) | Inks: Al Capp (signed)
Characters: Li'l Abner Mr. Civil Defense

Comic Story (15 pages) Mr. Civil Defense Tells About Natural Disasters!
Featuring: Mr. Civil Defense
Synopsis: Mr. Civil Defense explains all the ways in which a prepared Civil Defense system can alleviate suffering in event of natural disaster. The town leaders decide to set up a Civil Defense program right away.
Credits: Pencils: Al Capp ? | Inks: Al Capp ?
Genre: Advocacy
Characters: Mr. Civil Defense [Mr. C.D.] Mayor Townsfolk Red Cross Workers Civil Defense Workers Li'l Abner (cameo)

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