Dumb Dora, by Bill Dwyer 1933

Bill Dwyer took over the comic series about college-age girl Dora Bell, nicknamed 'Dumb Dora', from Paul Fung in 1932. Dwyer made fresh, witty, well-scripted stories for the series. Unfortunately, this didn't prevent King Features Syndicate from canceling the strip in the mid-1930s.

Last updated: 2006-12-29

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