Pioneers of 1976


Batman no 100 June 1956 Pioneers rsz.jpg
Batman no 100 June 1956.jpg


Pioneers of 1976


Binky presents "Pioneers of 1976"

Comic description: Binky and his friends talk about how exciting it would be to make an important scientific discovery in the future. They day dream about building shuttles to the moon, discovering a cure for a disease, or inventing an important machine. Binky says : "Pioneer spirit built this country, and new pioneering opportunities are always opening up. Just keep alert and learn as much as you can!".

Public service comic published as a part of the National Social Welfare Assembly Comics Project. The Comics Project lasted from August 1949 - July 1967 and produced over 200 pages promoting citizenship and social values.

Publisher's Note: "Published as a public service in cooperation with The National Social Welfare Assembly, coordinating organization for national health, welfare and recreation agencies of the U.S."


Letters: Gaspar Saladino


Batman: Batmantown, U.S.A. no.100 JUN 1956 James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


DC Comics


1956 June


Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


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Learn more: 
National Social Welfare Assembly Comics Project, Social Welfare History Project
National Social Welfare Assembly, Social Welfare History Project 
Comics on a Mission: Educational and Public Service Comics, Social Welfare History Image Portal


Letters: Gaspar Saladino, “Pioneers of 1976,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed April 24, 2024,