Sussi Bech was already a member of Gimble Studio in Copenhagen before she graduated from the School of Applied Arts in 1983. She had also already finished her first comic book 'Zainab'. In 1986, Bech stared a comic series about ancient Egypt, called 'Nofret'. The series, about a young girl, is a mix of historical facts and Sussi Bech's own fiction. 'Nofret' brought Bech international fame and a position as a board member of the Danish Egyptological Society. In 1991, she created a crime story, 'Aida Nur', which was situated in Egypt in the 1920s. Sussi Bech has won several awards for her work.