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Swing with Scooter was a DC Comics teen-humor American comic book published from 1966 to 1972. It starred British teenage musician nicknamed Scooter who lived in the US.

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Publication history

Swing with Scooter was published by DC Comics for 36 issues (cover-dated July 1966 - Nov. 1972). The series was an attempt at drawing upon the popularity of young British musicians such as the Beatles, and the teen humor market served by Archie Comics. Scooter was created by writers Barbara Friedlander, a writer of DC romance comics, and Jack Miller and artist Joe Orlando. Henry Scarpelli later took over as artist.

Fictional character biography

The protagonist, Scooter, was a British teenage musician living in Laurel City, somewhere in the US. His nickname came from the scooter that he used as a vehicle. No last name was given. His supporting characters included Cookie, Kenny, Malibu, and Penny, and in the course of his series, Scooter met such extraterrestrial aliens as well such DC superheroes as Batman, Superman and other members of the Justice League of America

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Swing with Scooter Wikipedia


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