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Security is an Eye Patch, and other classic U.S. government comics

Dave Carter points out that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln library has a digital archive of comics published by the U.S. government, dating back to the 1940s. The 167 titles include work by the likes of Scott Adams, Eduardo Barretto, Milton Caniff, Al Capp, Peter David, Will Eisner, Walt Kelly, Hank Ketcham, George Perez, Alex Raymond, Dr. Seuss, Marv Wolfman and Chic Young.

Yes, it includes the New Teen Titans drug-awareness comics released in 1983 -- the ones with the generic Protector leading the team instead of Robin.

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