Teen hijinks with ‘Suzie’

Posted by on January 10, 2013 in Featured, Time for Comics | Comments Off

The Junior Dispatch loves comics. jd-timeforcomics-230So much so that we’ve been digging through the huge collection of free comics available at The Digital Comic Museum to find some of the best ones that we think kids will enjoy.

Today, we add another great piece into our own archive!

This time Junior Dispatch is featuring a story from “Suzie” no. 99 from 1954 and published by MLJ, a company best known for its Archie Comics series. The story is drawn by Samm Schwartz, who is best known for working on Jughead Jones comics. So who is Suzie? She’s a teenage girl who’s always coming up with crazy adventures, and this time is no different when she decides to take in a boxer and help train him. Her story starts below.

You can read more Suzie stories here at the Digital Comic Museum.

Suzie in "Ring Master" Part 1 of 5

Suzie in “Ring Master” Part 1 of 5

(Remember, you have to click each of the small images and then click them again to bring them up to their “reading size.”)