(DC, 1944-1958)
™ and ©1953 National Comics Publications, Inc.

When Archie proved the viability of teen humor in comics in the mid-1940s, DC was quick to come out with its own competing product, Buzzy. “America’s Favorite Teen-Ager” is a good-looking, blond-haired, high school student facing the hassles of pleasing his girlfriend Suzy and fending off his high-handed rival Wolfie.

Each issue featured three or four short vignettes centered on familiar teen-humor plot devices such as Suzie’s ill-tempered father, foiling the school principal, Wolfie’s schemes to get girls, and so on. Both the artwork and writing heavily mine the Archie vein, which was enough to keep the series popular into the mid-1950s.
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November, 1952
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