Cover design and color by Peter Poplaski. The image of Li'l Abner is taken from the first panel of the 5 December 1936 comic strip reprinted on page 157. The image of Daisy Mae is from the second panel of the 4 May 1936 comic strip reprinted on page 65.
The title page spot art reprints the third panel of the 21 February 1936 comic strip reprinted on page 34.
Material cobbled together from the three authors. Photos of Capp, one with Milt Caniff. Cartoon of Capp by Caniff. Two panels of the "Mr. Gilfeather" feature, one by Capp dated 16 August 1932 and one by Caniff dated 23 March 1933.
Review of the strip during 1936, along with the world and national context in which it was created and to which it spoke.
Collection of daily newspaper comic strips. Notable story arcs include: Chinese gangsters capture pappy; Eric Travers paints Daisy Mae; Li'l Abner is jealous; Gat Garson swaps places with lookalike Li'l Abner; Mammy inherits 10 million dollars, and contingent heirs try to do her in; city gal Sandra Petwell uses her panther eyes to make a play for Li'l Abner; Li'l Abner chooses Daisy Mae; a college football coach recruits Li'l Abner and Abijah Gooch.
Back cover reprints the first panel of the 28 January 1936 comic strip (with color added) that is reprinted on page 23.