As SuperBowl Sunday approaches...
...lets see how Jabba the Trump's "deplorables", unconcerned by such things as concussions or brain damage, play football!
The rest of the issue deals with the multi-talented Ike playing baseball, so we'll run it during baseball season.
Yes, the King Features strip was created in the mid-1940s as a competitor to Al Capp's wildly-successful Li'l Abner series!
No, it was nowhere near as successful.
The only known licensed spin-offs were this one-shot reprint collection in Dell's Four Color Comics #180 (1948), a subsequent 1950s comic series for Standard/Better/Nedor. and a couple of reprint paperbacks from Blackthorne Publishing.
Writer/artist Ray Gotto, though not a familar name to comics fans today, achieved sports immortality for designing one of the iconic images of baseball history still in use almost 60 years later: The New York Mets' logo!
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