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Li'l Abner issue Unknown
  • Categories:Inanimate, Comic Book
  • (C) 1953, New York Daily Mirror, Comedy, reprinted in 1994 in "Li'l Abner: The 1953 Dailies" by Kitchen Sink Press

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newspaper comic strip. At the conclusion of a story in which Western outlaw Wild Bill Hiccup rides to Dogpatch to kill the entire Yokum family (Feb. 4-5, 1953), Bill and his horse are literally stopped in their tracks after viewing the face of distant cousin Digustin Yokum. The face is apparently so revolting that it instantly turns Bill and his horse to stone, and they are placed in the Dogpatch town square as a civic statue. Disgustin's face is never show to the reader.

originally posted by anonymous on 2003-02-16, no edits, entryid=3843