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Swing with Scooter (1966) comic books
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Username or E-mail. Forgot your password? Description Click to expand. To give you the best ride experience possible, all of our boys and girls scooters are made with high-quality materials and comfortable grip handlebars to keep you going from dusk to dawn. Best of all, these scooters also have a built-in folding mechanism, making it easier for you to take your ride wherever you go. For young children who are just getting started in developing their motor skills, we offer several kids scooter options that are durable and sturdy, great for beginner scooter riders. For the aspiring pro rider at heart, our trick scooters are the perfect model for testing out new advanced skills and tricks.
Swing with Scooter
In DC launched a new teen humor title about a motorcycle-riding musician they hoped might interest fans of The Beatles and other current teen idols. Ira Schnapp created the logo, which had more movement and bounce than many of his logos, and a small image of the character by artist Joe Orlando was added. The multi-colored letters suggest DC was going for a Pop Art look, as do the colored balloons, but the language in them lettered by Ira was typically lame and off the mark in my opinion, having been a teenager then myself.
By the middle of the decade, they'd cooled off considerably and were in the process of being replaced by westerns, funny animals, crime stories, romance, etc. Naturally, by the middle of that decade publishers were starting to experiment again with other genres, looking for the next big thing. Swing with Scooter, which debuted with a cover date of July, , was DC Comics' first attempt to re-enter the teenage humor market with an original character, since the demise of Buzzy, Here's Howie, Scribbly and the rest of that line, back in the s. Scooter was well enough received to spark an attempted series about a rock band called The Maniaks and a revival of the old Leave It to Binky, but never did replace the superheroes.