(W) Denis Kitchen, Michael Schumacher (A) Al Capp (CA) Photo
More than thirty years have passed since Al Capp's death, and he may no longer be a household name. But at the height of his career, his groundbreaking comic strip, Li'l Abner, reached ninety million readers. Though Li'l Abner brought millions joy, the man behind the strip was a complicated and often unpleasant person. With unprecedented access to Capp's archives and a wealth of new material, Michael Schumacher and Denis Kitchen have written a probing biography. Capp's story is one of incredible highs and lows, of popularity and villainy, of success and failure-told here with authority and heart.
In Shops: Feb 27, 2013
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