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Published September 1988 by Marvel
Thanks for Thanksgiving
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant
Bob Camp (signed)
"Thanks for Thanksgiving"
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Published September 1988 by Marvel

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Story Title
Thanks for Thanksgiving
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant
Cover Art
Bob Camp (signed)
Storyline
"Thanks for Thanksgiving"
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Phase I: Tygers
Grant Morrison
Steve Yeowell
Jackson Guice
"Phase I: Tygers"
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Phase I: Tygers
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Steve Yeowell
Cover Art
Jackson Guice
Storyline
"Phase I: Tygers"

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Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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Script
Malcolm Shaw
Pencils
Jesus Redondo
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Script
Alan Hebden
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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Published September 1988 by DC
Parallel Lives Meet at Infinity...
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Jerry Ordway
Jerry Ordway
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Supergirl [Matrix; as Lana Lang in flashback] (Pocket Universe); Lex Luthor (Pocket Universe); Pete Ross (Pocket Universe); Bruce Wayne (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Oliver Queen (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Hal Jordan (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Legion of Super-Heroes [Cosmic Boy; Lightning Lad; Saturn Girl] (flashback); VILLAINS: Time Trapper (flashback); General Zod (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe); Quex-Ul (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe); Zaora (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe)
"Parallel Lives Meet at Infinity..." Lex Luthor explains how he was tricked into releasing the criminals from the Phantom Zone, and how they proceeded to kill billions of people.
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Parallel Lives Meet at Infinity...
Writer
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Supergirl [Matrix; as Lana Lang in flashback] (Pocket Universe); Lex Luthor (Pocket Universe); Pete Ross (Pocket Universe); Bruce Wayne (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Oliver Queen (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Hal Jordan (first appearance; Pocket Universe); Legion of Super-Heroes [Cosmic Boy; Lightning Lad; Saturn Girl] (flashback); VILLAINS: Time Trapper (flashback); General Zod (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe); Quex-Ul (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe); Zaora (first post-Crisis appearance; Pocket Universe)
Storyline
"Parallel Lives Meet at Infinity..." Lex Luthor explains how he was tricked into releasing the criminals from the Phantom Zone, and how they proceeded to kill billions of people.
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Published September 1988 by Eclipse
Thunder over the Khyber
Chuck Dixon
Stan Woch
Mark Johnson
Airboy; Lester Mansfield; Steelfox (dies); Khalil Shaahid
"Thunder over the Khyber"
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Published September 1988 by Eclipse

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Thunder over the Khyber
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Stan Woch
Cover Art
Mark Johnson
Character Appearances
Airboy; Lester Mansfield; Steelfox (dies); Khalil Shaahid
Storyline
"Thunder over the Khyber"

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Goin' South
Script
Chuck Dixon
Pencils
Alberto Maldonado
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Published September 1988 by Marvel
Going Thru a Stage!
Michael Gallagher
Dave Manak
Dave Manak
ALF; The Tanner Family
"Going Thru a Stage!" ALF helps Lynn prepare for her school play.
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Going Thru a Stage!
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Dave Manak
Cover Art
Dave Manak
Character Appearances
ALF; The Tanner Family
Storyline
"Going Thru a Stage!" ALF helps Lynn prepare for her school play.

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"Aloe Again, Naturally!"
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF recalls the time Aloe Vera tried to clean up the planet Melmac.

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Bounce Thy Neighbor!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
Trevor gets ahold of a Melmacian device that turns objects to rubber.
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Published September 1988 by Dark Horse

Second Printing

Mark Verheiden
Mark A. Nelson
Mark A. Nelson
Very Fine+ 8.5

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Published September 1988 by Dark Horse

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Writer
Mark Verheiden
Interior Art
Mark A. Nelson
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Mark A. Nelson
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Published September 1988 by Marvel
A Real Gone Daddy!
Bill Mantlo
Jim Lee
Jim Lee (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]; Box [Madison Jeffries]]; Beta Flight [Manikin; Purple Girl; Goblyn; Laura Dean]; GUESTS: Melanie Killgrave; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen [Talisman]; VILLAIN: Killgrave, the Purple Man; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Dr. Doom; Namor, the Sub-Mariner
"A Real Gone Daddy!" With Alpha out of money, the team breaks up to go their separate ways. Kara returns home to her mother with Goblyn and Laura in tow only to be attacked by the corpse of her father, the Purple Man.
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A Real Gone Daddy!
Writer
Bill Mantlo
Interior Art
Jim Lee
Cover Art
Jim Lee (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]; Box [Madison Jeffries]]; Beta Flight [Manikin; Purple Girl; Goblyn; Laura Dean]; GUESTS: Melanie Killgrave; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen [Talisman]; VILLAIN: Killgrave, the Purple Man; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Dr. Doom; Namor, the Sub-Mariner
Storyline
"A Real Gone Daddy!" With Alpha out of money, the team breaks up to go their separate ways. Kara returns home to her mother with Goblyn and Laura in tow only to be attacked by the corpse of her father, the Purple Man.
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Published September 1988 by DC
The Human Zoo
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; B'Wana Beast; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Violet Weidemeir; Morris Weidemeir; Justice League International [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]; Booster Gold [Michael Carter]] (cameo; all as pictures on a magazine); Roger; Tricia; Dick Griffith; Dr. Myers; Ray; Lew; 2 other unnamed hunters
"The Human Zoo" When Buddy Blank decides to resume his superhero career, S.T.A.R. labs in San Diego calls him to investigate a break-in at a lab working to develop an AIDS vaccine.
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Published September 1988 by DC

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The Human Zoo
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; B'Wana Beast; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Violet Weidemeir; Morris Weidemeir; Justice League International [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]; Booster Gold [Michael Carter]] (cameo; all as pictures on a magazine); Roger; Tricia; Dick Griffith; Dr. Myers; Ray; Lew; 2 other unnamed hunters
Storyline
"The Human Zoo" When Buddy Blank decides to resume his superhero career, S.T.A.R. labs in San Diego calls him to investigate a break-in at a lab working to develop an AIDS vaccine.
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Published September 1988 by Eclipse
1.Triple Hound Hunting (The Promethean Challenge)
Masamune Shirow; David Lewis (translation); Toren Smith (translation)
Masamune Shirow
Masamune Shirow
"1.Triple Hound Hunting (The Promethean Challenge)"
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Published September 1988 by Eclipse

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1.Triple Hound Hunting (The Promethean Challenge)
Writer
Masamune Shirow; David Lewis (translation); Toren Smith (translation)
Interior Art
Masamune Shirow
Cover Art
Masamune Shirow
Storyline
"1.Triple Hound Hunting (The Promethean Challenge)"
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Archie to the Rescue
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Randy McDandy; Pop Tate (cameo)
"Archie to the Rescue" Archie's job as a lifeguard only lasts a day when he spends most of his time getting into the middle of fights.
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
Archie to the Rescue
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Randy McDandy; Pop Tate (cameo)
Storyline
"Archie to the Rescue" Archie's job as a lifeguard only lasts a day when he spends most of his time getting into the middle of fights.

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Lonely Boy
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Story Line
The girls worry that Archie will be lonely at the beach because they are too busy to go with him, but once he gets there girls just keep throwing themselves at him.

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Go for the Gold
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Story Line
Archie and Jughead want to win a scavenger hunt, but Reggie gets Dilton on his team to help figure out the clues.

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Happy Home
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan Parent
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The Friendship Almost Sank
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie is angry when Jughead breaks his new camera lens and it takes some time for the two to reconcile.
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Wild Flower
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling (signed)
Little Archie Andrews; Fred Andrews; Mary Andrews; Little Jughead Jones; Sue Stringly; Snuffles
"Wild Flower" To get the money to buy a new baseball glove, Little Archie starts a business where he finds things and collects the reward money. But when Sue Stringly loses her dog Snuffles, she has no reward to offer except some wildflowers from her secret spot in the woods.
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
Wild Flower
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Bob Bolling (signed)
Character Appearances
Little Archie Andrews; Fred Andrews; Mary Andrews; Little Jughead Jones; Sue Stringly; Snuffles
Storyline
"Wild Flower" To get the money to buy a new baseball glove, Little Archie starts a business where he finds things and collects the reward money. But when Sue Stringly loses her dog Snuffles, she has no reward to offer except some wildflowers from her secret spot in the woods.

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Living Legend In Logger's Pond
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Little Archie and Juggie go out on a raft to try and catch the Perilous Pike of Logger's Pond, but they find themselves caught in the current and heading for the deadly Fossil Falls.

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Close Scrape In Barnacle Bay
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Using the Time Taxi, Mad Doctor Doom goes back in time and discovers the exact spot where pirates buried their treasure in Barnacle Bay. When he goes back to the present, his attempts to get the treasure are complicated by the presence of a vacationing Little Archie, and by a pretty nurse who Chester tries to hit on.
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Cat At The Crossroads
Kathleen Webb; Bill Webb
Stan Goldberg [as "Stan G."]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Melody Valentine (Melody Jones in this story); Valerie Brown (Valerie Smith in this story); Josie McCoy (Josie James in this story); Alexandra Cabot; Mr. and Mrs James; Alex Cabot
"Cat At The Crossroads" Josie has a crisis of confidence and retires from the band.
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Cat At The Crossroads
Writer
Kathleen Webb; Bill Webb
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as "Stan G."]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Melody Valentine (Melody Jones in this story); Valerie Brown (Valerie Smith in this story); Josie McCoy (Josie James in this story); Alexandra Cabot; Mr. and Mrs James; Alex Cabot
Storyline
"Cat At The Crossroads" Josie has a crisis of confidence and retires from the band.

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Jungle Bungle
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as "Stan G."]
Story Line
Alex opens a new clothing store called "Jungle Bungle" and asks the Pussycats to act as guest sales clerks as an opening day stunt.

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Fashion Fumble
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as "Stan G."]
Story Line
Alexandra plots to humiliate Josie and her friends by inviting them to a pool party and then giving them antique swimsuits from the twenties to wear.
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Send in the Clowns
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
"Send in the Clowns" Betty and Veronica are attracted to a beach muscleman who speaks in rhyme.
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
Send in the Clowns
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Send in the Clowns" Betty and Veronica are attracted to a beach muscleman who speaks in rhyme.

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Story Title
Comfort Zone
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Horseplay erupts by the Lodge swimming pool on a hot summer day.

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Hot Wheels
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
A bully harasses Betty and Veronica as they roller-skate by the beach.

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Story Title
The Prints of Wails
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica believe jealousy has driven Archie to throw himself into the sea.
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Avoiding Extinction
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Stan Goldberg
"Avoiding Extinction"
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Avoiding Extinction
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?
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg
Storyline
"Avoiding Extinction"
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Published September 1988 by Marvel
Beggars Would Ride!
Walt Simonson
John Buscema
John Buscema (signed)
the Avengers [Dr. Druid; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; She-Hulk; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Thor [Sigurd Jarlson]]; Kang the Conqueror; Nebula; Council of Cross-Time Kangs
"Beggars Would Ride!"
Very Fine/Near Mint 9.0

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Beggars Would Ride!
Writer
Walt Simonson
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
John Buscema (signed)
Character Appearances
the Avengers [Dr. Druid; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; She-Hulk; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Thor [Sigurd Jarlson]]; Kang the Conqueror; Nebula; Council of Cross-Time Kangs
Storyline
"Beggars Would Ride!"
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Bad Company
Peter Milligan
Brett Ewins
Bart Sears (signed)
"Bad Company"
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Bad Company
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Brett Ewins
Cover Art
Bart Sears (signed)
Storyline
"Bad Company"

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Rogue Trooper
Script
Gerry Finley-Day
Pencils
Boluda
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Universal Soldier
Script
Alan McKenzie
Pencils
Bill Simpson
Story Line

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Story Title
Enemy Alien
Script
Mike Matthews
Pencils
Bryan Talbot
Story Line
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Published September 1988 by DC
You Shoulda Seen Him ...
Jim Starlin
Dave Cockrum
Todd McFarlane
Batman; Alfred Pennyworth
"You Shoulda Seen Him ..."
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You Shoulda Seen Him ...
Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Dave Cockrum
Cover Art
Todd McFarlane
Character Appearances
Batman; Alfred Pennyworth
Storyline
"You Shoulda Seen Him ..."
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Class Act
Frank Doyle
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
"Class Act"
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Class Act
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Storyline
"Class Act"

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Story Title
Crowd Control
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line

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Story Title
Everything's Just Super
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty is reading a comic about Super Seymour and wonders what it would be like to be married to Archie if he were a superhero.

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Story Title
The Ride Home
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line

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Story Title
Prize Fool
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
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Published September 1988 by Archie
Keeping Up With The Coopers
Harold Smith [Hal Smith]
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mechano; Dilton Doiley; Unnamed Expensive Appliance Ltd. Salesmen
"Keeping Up With The Coopers" Tired of being upstaged by Veronica on everything, Betty and Dilton think up a plan to outshine her.
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Published September 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
Keeping Up With The Coopers
Writer
Harold Smith [Hal Smith]
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mechano; Dilton Doiley; Unnamed Expensive Appliance Ltd. Salesmen
Storyline
"Keeping Up With The Coopers" Tired of being upstaged by Veronica on everything, Betty and Dilton think up a plan to outshine her.

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Story Title
Spellbound
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Sabrina learns what the worst spells are.

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Story Title
Mobile Phone
Script
Harold Smith [As Hal Smith]
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica gets carried away with having her own car phone.

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Story Title
Forgot To Remember
Script
Kathleen Webb
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie plays the forget game to get out of a date with Betty and Veronica so he can date Angel.

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Story Title
The Summer Job
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica uses her pool as an attraction to sell ice cream for her new job.
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Published September 1988 by Marvel
The Moorbecx Communique!
Peter B. Gillis
Denys Cowan
Denys Cowan (signed)
Black Panther [T'Challa]; Malaika; Moise Bomvana; Ndelebe; Panther God/Man-Cat; Frank Littel (introduction); Gen. Magnus Moorbecx (villain)
"The Moorbecx Communique!" With information gained from a former CIA agent, T'Challa travels to Azania to stop Gen. Moorbecx's nuclear missile from hitting Wakanda.
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The Moorbecx Communique!
Writer
Peter B. Gillis
Interior Art
Denys Cowan
Cover Art
Denys Cowan (signed)
Character Appearances
Black Panther [T'Challa]; Malaika; Moise Bomvana; Ndelebe; Panther God/Man-Cat; Frank Littel (introduction); Gen. Magnus Moorbecx (villain)
Storyline
"The Moorbecx Communique!" With information gained from a former CIA agent, T'Challa travels to Azania to stop Gen. Moorbecx's nuclear missile from hitting Wakanda.
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