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Published February 1969 by DC
The Grappler of Steel!
Otto Binder
Curt Swan
Neal Adams
Superman; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen (cameo); Agent Zero Zero [disguised as Clark Kent]; Mike Reed; Masked Superman; Bulldozer; Terrible Tiger; Killer
"The Grappler of Steel!" Still suffering from amnesia, Superman believes that he might be a wrestler called the Masked Superman, and assumes his identity.
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Story Title
The Grappler of Steel!
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Superman; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen (cameo); Agent Zero Zero [disguised as Clark Kent]; Mike Reed; Masked Superman; Bulldozer; Terrible Tiger; Killer
Storyline
"The Grappler of Steel!" Still suffering from amnesia, Superman believes that he might be a wrestler called the Masked Superman, and assumes his identity.

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Linda Danvers -- Movie Star!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
Story Line
Supergirl travels to a remote movie location as Linda Danvers as a guest of the producer and gets a bit part in a movie.
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Published February 1969 by DC
Heroes for Hire!
Jim Shooter
Jim Shooter (layouts); Win Mortimer
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Karate Kid [Val Armorr]; Superboy [Kal-El]; Brainiac 5 [Querl Dox]; Duo Damsel [Luornu Durgo]; Princess Projectra [Projectra Wind'Zorr]; Chemical King [Condo Arlik]]; Modulus; Alk Ranff; Leland McCauley III; Carey
"Heroes for Hire!" The Legion appears to turn mercenary, accepting money for deeds, until the money's unique properties allow them to defeat the criminals on Modo.
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Published February 1969 by DC

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Story Title
Heroes for Hire!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Jim Shooter (layouts); Win Mortimer
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Karate Kid [Val Armorr]; Superboy [Kal-El]; Brainiac 5 [Querl Dox]; Duo Damsel [Luornu Durgo]; Princess Projectra [Projectra Wind'Zorr]; Chemical King [Condo Arlik]]; Modulus; Alk Ranff; Leland McCauley III; Carey
Storyline
"Heroes for Hire!" The Legion appears to turn mercenary, accepting money for deeds, until the money's unique properties allow them to defeat the criminals on Modo.

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"There's Ollie walking in his sleep again.."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Ollie goes sleepwalking.

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"Super-Turtle to the rescue!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
When a woman calls for help from a burning building, Super-Turtle tells her he'll be right back. He flies by the Daily Planet and notifies them of the fire, so they can take pictures of him rescuing the woman for the next day's newspaper.
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Published February 1969 by Marvel
Mission: Crush The Kingpin!
John Romita (plot); Stan Lee (script)
John Romita (layouts); Jim Mooney (pencils)
John Romita
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Kingpin; Robbie Robertson; Randy Robertson; JJ Jameson; Gwen Stacy; Mr. Stacy (Gwen's father);
"Mission: Crush The Kingpin!" Spidey goes heads-up with the strength of the Kingpin, who is knocked out when his own cane-gun backfires. The police arrest the Kingpin for theft of the priceless tablet, but he claims that his ally Spider-Man has spirited it away. Meanwhile, Spidey manages to open the vault and retrieve the tablet, but when he tries to return it the police open fire on him.
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Published February 1969 by Marvel

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Mission: Crush The Kingpin!
Writer
John Romita (plot); Stan Lee (script)
Interior Art
John Romita (layouts); Jim Mooney (pencils)
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Kingpin; Robbie Robertson; Randy Robertson; JJ Jameson; Gwen Stacy; Mr. Stacy (Gwen's father);
Storyline
"Mission: Crush The Kingpin!" Spidey goes heads-up with the strength of the Kingpin, who is knocked out when his own cane-gun backfires. The police arrest the Kingpin for theft of the priceless tablet, but he claims that his ally Spider-Man has spirited it away. Meanwhile, Spidey manages to open the vault and retrieve the tablet, but when he tries to return it the police open fire on him.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
Howling Success
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
The Archies [Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle]; Mr. Andrews; Hot Dog; Pop Tate; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
"Howling Success" When Hot Dog howls during a music practice, Fred Andrews tells the Archies that their music is improving. Insulted, they leave the Andrews home, only to be insulted wherever they go.
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Howling Success
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
The Archies [Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle]; Mr. Andrews; Hot Dog; Pop Tate; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Howling Success" When Hot Dog howls during a music practice, Fred Andrews tells the Archies that their music is improving. Insulted, they leave the Andrews home, only to be insulted wherever they go.

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An Airy Feeling
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx is upset about the air pollution because of the mess it's making out of her snowman.

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Archie Makes His Mark
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Prehistoric Archie invents a weapon but he has no luck in figuring out the best way to use it.

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Childhood Daze
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie is taking his old baby blanket to the cleaners at his mother's request. He pricks his thumb on the way so Betty and Veronica see him holding his blanket and sucking his thumb. They think he's having a second childhood but Veronica wants nothing to do with him if he's regressing.

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Master Mind
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie is the master of his fate and the captain of his soul. Betty is enamored of his determination and uses it to butter him up and get her way with him. Reggie and Jughead stick around to make jokes and laugh at how easily Archie is lead around.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
Think or Swim
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Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
"Think or Swim" Mr. Weatherbee puts Archie in an empty classroom so he can concentrate and write his composition for Miss Grundy.
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Think or Swim
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Think or Swim" Mr. Weatherbee puts Archie in an empty classroom so he can concentrate and write his composition for Miss Grundy.

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A Dry Try!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx has to put her boots on so her feet stay dry.

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Wanted: Santa Claus
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee is in a bad mood when he figures Archie is planning to ask him to play Santa Claus.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
Super Jug
Frank Doyle
Samm Schwartz
Dan DeCarlo
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Moose Mason; Midge Klump
"Super Jug" A strange rock falls from space during a rainstorm. Jughead picks it up and suddenly has super strength, much to the delight of the female population, and much to his own displeasure.
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Published February 1969 by Archie

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Story Title
Super Jug
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Moose Mason; Midge Klump
Storyline
"Super Jug" A strange rock falls from space during a rainstorm. Jughead picks it up and suddenly has super strength, much to the delight of the female population, and much to his own displeasure.

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Merchant Princes
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Upon finding Jughead severely distraught because Pop's is closed due to Pop being sick, Archie and Reggie decide to do something about it. They visit Mr. Tate at his home and get the key to Pop's, then get to work making food, while Veronica, Betty and Moose handle the tasks of getting people to come (by any means necessary, which includes physically dragging them to the shop in Moose's case). Mr. Tate suddenly has visions of Jughead eating everything in the shop and rushes down there, only to find it full of happy customers.

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Story Title
A Loan and Blue
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Archie asks Jughead to lend him a dollar. Jughead responds by acting out an elaborate scenario to prove that lending Archie a dollar would lead to disaster.

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Story Title
Culture Vulture
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
While visiting an art museum, Jughead finds the guards more interested in television.

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Where There's Smoke
Script
Samm Schwartz
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Moose is asked if his parents will take a survey on chain smoking.

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Art For Art's Ache
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead is forced to sign up for art class, and tries to get out by painting the worst stuff imaginable.

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A Nose For News
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead looks in a pot to see what his mom is cooking.

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Love Starved
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
A girl suspects Jughead is just dating her to get food.

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False Lead
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
When the Chamber of Commerce sponsors a boy-girl treasure hunt, Jughead teams up with the girl who's guaranteed to win the contest: Cricket O'Dell, the girl who can smell money. But when the head of the contest declares Cricket's powers "not legal," she and Jughead have to enter the contest with a ribbon tied around her nose.

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Story Title
Forget-Me-Not
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx gets in trouble for slamming the door.

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All That Glitters...
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead has no money except "One Yugoslavian Pfennig," so he tries to get more money by painting a rainbow with a pot of gold at the end of it.

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Story Title
Grin and Bear It
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead believes the old saying "smile and the world smiles with you," but his grin is so hideous that it makes everyone angry at him.

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Story Title
Time Is Money
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead runs off rather than lend Reggie money, but then secretly gives Archie some money to lend to Reggie.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
A Ripping Good Time
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
"A Ripping Good Time" Betty and Veronica get into a huge fight over their outfits.
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Story Title
A Ripping Good Time
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"A Ripping Good Time" Betty and Veronica get into a huge fight over their outfits.

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In A Manner Of Speaking
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Hap tries to teach Jinx some manners.

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Story Title
Dog Gone
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty hears that Hot Dog has "kicked the bucket" and is desperate to console Archie.

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Story Title
Just Desert
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica overhears Archie tell Jughead that he intends to take Betty dancing, so she lays in wait to catch him.

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It's A Gift
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica keeps giving everyone expensive gifts and the gang thinks she's trying to buy their friendship.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
Gap Flap
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Gus Lemoine
Gus Lemoine
"Gap Flap" A new rock group called "The Tooth Gap".
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Published February 1969 by Archie

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Story Title
Gap Flap
Writer
?
Interior Art
Gus Lemoine
Cover Art
Gus Lemoine
Storyline
"Gap Flap" A new rock group called "The Tooth Gap".

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Story Title
The Groovy Guru
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
A guru is meditating.

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Zippy and the Zappers
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Zippy and the Zappers are a rock group that plays their concerts from a car.

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Story Title
Thrill Skill
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Gus Lemoine
Story Line
Porter the Reporter must spice up his sports broadcast or he will lose his sponsor.

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Story Title
Everyday Film Monsters
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Various humorous one-panel "Monster" type films.

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Act Tact
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
One lion wonders why the lion-tamer never does the head-in-the-mouth trick with him.

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Hustle Bustle
Script
?
Pencils
Gus Lemoine
Story Line
A reporter interviews the band Zippy and the Zappers.

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Story Title
Star Student
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
A spoof on TV kitchen commercials.

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Story Title
Headed for Trouble
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
The trouble with two-headed Martians.

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Story Title
Lasses with Glasses
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Groovy Greta wants glasses.

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Story Title
Help Yelp
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
A new sound for a rock band.

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Story Title
The Mad House Collection of Super Thin Books for Teen-Agers
Script
?
Pencils
Gus Lemoine
Story Line
Humorous books for teen-agers.

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Story Title
Rock Shock
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Fran the Fan meets a rock band.

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Story Title
Frail Mail
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Zippy and the Zappers get their first fan mail.

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Story Title
Terror Error
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Parents wonder what that horrible sound is and where it's coming from.

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Story Title
More Rhyme Time
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Humorous rhyming gag panels.

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Story Title
Pop Flop
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Zippy has a slipped disc.

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Story Title
Dizzy Disco Dilemma
Script
?
Pencils
Al Hartley
Story Line
Desmond is the greatest Discotheque lightman.

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Story Title
Hip Dip
Script
?
Pencils
Gus Lemoine
Story Line
Lippy has to take a bath.

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Story Title
Gift Tift
Script
?
Pencils
Gus Lemoine
Story Line
L'il Cool Fool loans a friend ten dollars.
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Published February 1969 by Archie
The New Look
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
Miss Grundy; Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones
"The New Look" Miss Grundy tries to update her look, but she doesn't get the reaction she was expecting.
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Story Title
The New Look
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Miss Grundy; Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"The New Look" Miss Grundy tries to update her look, but she doesn't get the reaction she was expecting.

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Story Title
The Agreement
Script
?
Pencils
Gus LeMoine
Story Line
Archie's mass mailing of Christmas cards to girls makes undue trouble for the mail carrier.

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Story Title
"An Apology Is In Order"
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
At Pop's Chok'lit Shoppe, Archie is hit by an errant paper airplane and demands an apology.

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Story Title
Gasser
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Archie is staffing a "Dreggs" gas station in Cricket Corners for Mr. Lodge. He has only two customers that evening: Betty, and a flying saucer looking for a refill.

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Story Title
Snow Joke
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx makes a snowman with an unusual feature.

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Story Title
Aiming High
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
In denying the accusations of flirtation by Midge, Dilton claims he is above "animal passions". That is, until he meets a very tall, very beautiful and very intellectual young lady.

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Story Title
Glowing Report, or The Bust Was A Bust
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Mr. Lodge is less than impressed by the artistic efforts of Archie.

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Story Title
"Archie's Face"
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty remarks on the unusual impression in a newly laid patch of cement.

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Story Title
Quiet Zone
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Archie's father demands Archie stay around the house to help his mother with chores, rather than spend his time at the Lodge estate. Complying with his father's demands, Archie invites his friends along, which doesn't help his father's attempt to sleep.

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Story Title
All Played Out
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx goes outside to play, but since it's winter she doesn't stay very long.

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Story Title
All For Who?
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
Archie proposes he, Betty and Veronica become a team not unlike the Three Musketeers and Veronica uses it as a way to shove Betty out of the picture.

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Story Title
Sub-Suburbia
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
After watching a documentary about future civilization underwater, Betty dreams of living underwater, with the usual Riverdale antics occurring.

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Story Title
The Ghostest With The Mostest
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Weasel Williams overhears Jughead planning with the production crew of "Sneeky-Peeky" films to play a prank on Archie involving a haunted house. Archie will then be filmed and appear on the show, a la "Candid Camera". Forewarned, Archie does his best to sabotage the prank.
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Published February 1969 by Charlton
Castle Death
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Bill Montes (signed)
Sam Glanzman; Bill Montes
"Castle Death"
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Published February 1969 by Charlton

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Story Title
Castle Death
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Montes (signed)
Cover Art
Sam Glanzman; Bill Montes
Storyline
"Castle Death"

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The Catbird Seat
Script
?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas (signed)
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Story Title
Leave
Script
Willi Franz (signed)
Pencils
Sam Glanzman [as SJG]
Story Line
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Published February-March 1969 by DC
Return of the Seven-Year-Dead Man
Gardner Fox
Dick Dillin
Joe Kubert (signed)
Atom [Ray Palmer]
"Return of the Seven-Year-Dead Man"
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Story Title
Return of the Seven-Year-Dead Man
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
Atom [Ray Palmer]
Storyline
"Return of the Seven-Year-Dead Man"

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Story Title
Yo-Yo Hangup in the Sky
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Joe Kubert
Story Line
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Published February 1969 by Marvel
Some Say the World Will End in Fire, Some Say in Ice
Roy Thomas
John Buscema
John Buscema
The Avengers [Black Panther; Vision; Hawkeye; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]]; Dr. Strange; Ymir the Frost Giant; Surtur the Fire Demon
"Some Say the World Will End in Fire, Some Say in Ice"
Good/Very Good 3.0

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Story Title
Some Say the World Will End in Fire, Some Say in Ice
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Black Panther; Vision; Hawkeye; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]]; Dr. Strange; Ymir the Frost Giant; Surtur the Fire Demon
Storyline
"Some Say the World Will End in Fire, Some Say in Ice"
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Published February-March 1969 by DC
"Git off the street, Annie Jo!"
Sergio Aragon├ęs (plot); Denny O'Neil (script)
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy (signed)
Bat Lash; Samantha Eggert; Judge Nero
""Git off the street, Annie Jo!"" Bat Lash meets a female sheriff's deputy who is as wily and resourceful as he, and who helps him against a corrupt and insane judge.
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Story Title
"Git off the street, Annie Jo!"
Writer
Sergio Aragon├ęs (plot); Denny O'Neil (script)
Interior Art
Nick Cardy
Cover Art
Nick Cardy (signed)
Character Appearances
Bat Lash; Samantha Eggert; Judge Nero
Storyline
""Git off the street, Annie Jo!"" Bat Lash meets a female sheriff's deputy who is as wily and resourceful as he, and who helps him against a corrupt and insane judge.
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Published February 1969 by DC
Jungle Jeopardy
Frank Robbins
Irv Novick
Irv Novick (signed)
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner James Gordon; Second-Story Aces [Squelch (villain); Brainwash [Mr. Esper] (villain); Fingers (villain); Ginko (villain); Jax (villain)]
"Jungle Jeopardy"
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Story Title
Jungle Jeopardy
Writer
Frank Robbins
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Irv Novick (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner James Gordon; Second-Story Aces [Squelch (villain); Brainwash [Mr. Esper] (villain); Fingers (villain); Ginko (villain); Jax (villain)]
Storyline
"Jungle Jeopardy"
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Published February 1969 by Charlton
Beetle Gets Shot!
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Killer Diller; Sarge Snorkel; Beetle Bailey; Doc
"Beetle Gets Shot!"
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Published February 1969 by Charlton

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Story Title
Beetle Gets Shot!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Killer Diller; Sarge Snorkel; Beetle Bailey; Doc
Storyline
"Beetle Gets Shot!"

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Patch-Work Package
Script
?
Pencils
?
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The Letter!
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Pencils
?
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The Truth Hurts!
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Horse Costume!
Script
?
Pencils
Dave Breger
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Double Duty!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published February 1969 by Archie
A Helping Hand
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"A Helping Hand" Betty tries enthusiastically, and sometimes destructively, to help Archie get ready for a big speech at the town council meeting.
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Story Title
A Helping Hand
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"A Helping Hand" Betty tries enthusiastically, and sometimes destructively, to help Archie get ready for a big speech at the town council meeting.

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Story Title
A Stitch In Time
Script
Dick Malmgren
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica gives Archie a Nehru jacket for their anniversary, but takes it back when it turns out Archie forgot and is taking Betty to a dance tonight. To make up for it, Archie gives Veronica a dress that he made himself.

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Picture Perfect
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica tries to embarrass Betty by secretly taking a picture of her early in the morning, looking bedraggled and unattractive.

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Sound Off!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Daddy is asleep even though the TV is on loudly.

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The Magic Touch
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty goes completely insane with ecstasy whenever Archie touches her. Both her father and Archie's father aren't sure what could cause her to flip over someone as unexceptional as Archie.
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Published February 1969 by Charlton
Rest Assured!
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Dagwood; Blondie; Cookie; Alexander
"Rest Assured!"
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Published February 1969 by Charlton

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Rest Assured!
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Dagwood; Blondie; Cookie; Alexander
Storyline
"Rest Assured!"

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Sleepless Night
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Pencils
?
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The Big Deal
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?
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?
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Snow-Kids!
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?
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Night Out
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?
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Published by Gold Key
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Published February-March 1969 by DC
The Sleepwalker from the Sea!
Bob Haney
Neal Adams
Neal Adams
Batman; Aquaman; Ocean Master (origin recap); Mera; James Gordon; Alfred Pennyworth; Otto Chernak; Ailsa Dubois; Dr. Simon Link
"The Sleepwalker from the Sea!"
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Published February-March 1969 by DC

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The Sleepwalker from the Sea!
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Neal Adams
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Batman; Aquaman; Ocean Master (origin recap); Mera; James Gordon; Alfred Pennyworth; Otto Chernak; Ailsa Dubois; Dr. Simon Link
Storyline
"The Sleepwalker from the Sea!"

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"I think it was Oscar Wilde who said--"
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?
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Mort Drucker (signd)
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Published February-March 1969 by DC
... And Evil this way Comes!
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
Gil Kane (signed)
Captain Action; Dr. Evil (first appearance; origin); Action Boy
"... And Evil this way Comes!"
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Published February-March 1969 by DC

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... And Evil this way Comes!
Writer
Gil Kane
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Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain Action; Dr. Evil (first appearance; origin); Action Boy
Storyline
"... And Evil this way Comes!"

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An Impressionable Young Artist Gets his First Look at the Big Business
Script
Sam Viviano
Pencils
Sam Viviano
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