In 1951, the US Army began publishing PS Magazine. The idea was to publish a magazine about Preventive Maintenance that soldiers would actually want to read. They found an artist named Will Eisner and his company began creating artwork for the magazine. Eisner believed that comics had teaching potential and convinced many talented artists to help him. Each month contained a single-frame comic and an accompanying limerick called "Joe's Dope Sheet". Every month followed the story of Joe, a soldier who ignores preventive maintenance and learns of its importance in the end.
- Bill Barto
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