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1958, Hi res scan
Issue: #[nn]
Published: [1958], Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 16, Editing: Alfred Hassler
Color: Color Dimensions: 6 3/4" X 10 1/4" Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Giveaway
Notes: Index revised by MW Hersey via the GCD Errors list, January 2010. Publication date changed to 1958 based on the publisher' website, which sells a reprint of this issue, and on internal content, which describes Dr. King as a 29-year-old minister. King's 29th birthday was Jan. 15, 1958.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Martin Luther King
Credits: Pencils: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Inks: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Letters: John Duffy
Genre: Advocacy
Characters: Martin Luther King

Comic Story (9 pages) Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story
Featuring: Martin Luther King
Synopsis: Story of the Montgomery March (Bus Boycott).
Credits: Script: Benton Resnick; Alfred Hassler | Pencils: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Inks: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Letters: John Duffy
Genre: Non-fiction Advocacy History
Characters: Martin Luther King Coretta Scott King Rosa Parks

Comic Story (2 pages) Martin Luther King Tells How a Nation Won its Freedom by the Montgomery Method
Featuring: Mahatma Gandhi; Martin Luther King
Synopsis: Story of Gandhi's & India's independence by non-violent protest
Credits: Script: Benton Resnick; Alfred Hassler | Pencils: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Inks: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Letters: John Duffy
Genre: Advocacy
Characters: Mahatma Gandhi Martin Luther King

Comic Story (4 pages) How the Montgomery Method Works
Featuring: Martin Luther King
Synopsis: How to engage in nonviolent civil disobedience
Credits: Script: Benton Resnick; Alfred Hassler | Pencils: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Inks: Sy Barry (Al Capp Organization) | Letters: John Duffy
Genre: Advocacy
Characters: Martin Luther King

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