By bats | June 16, 2009 - 2:12 pm

One of the Comics Curmudgeon’s readers, chica, linked to several PSA comic books that were published by the government or some educational or do-good agencies in the 1960s, in the attempt to make excruciatingly-boring topics learning FUN!

One featured our favorite General Practioner!


I’m sure it’s filled with useful information on prenatal health and nutrition and good stuff like that. Still, I’m sure other pamphlets might’ve been just as educational:


On the other hand, what many of these agencies always fail to realize it that people read comic books to be entertained — and that means pandering to the lowest common denominator:


Well, Rex. You get points for trying to be conscientious.

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