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Published October 1970 by Charlton
Timber Trouble!
Joe Gill [as Evergreen Gill]
? [as Red Wood]
Tony Tallarico ?
"Timber Trouble!"
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Published October 1970 by Charlton

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Timber Trouble!
Writer
Joe Gill [as Evergreen Gill]
Interior Art
? [as Red Wood]
Cover Art
Tony Tallarico ?
Storyline
"Timber Trouble!"

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Boom!
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Don't Jus' Stand There...
Script
Joe Gill (signed)
Pencils
Frank Johnson (signed)
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Time on My Hands
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?
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?
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The Fastest Gun in the West
Script
?
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Charles Nicholas (signed)
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Donut Nuts
Script
Joe Gill [as Joe Cruller]
Pencils
? [as C. Ream Puff]
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Published October 1970 by DC
Superman Meets Super-Houdini!
Leo Dorfman
Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Superman; "Hair-breadth" Holahan; Dan Holahan; Stoney Croy; Mick Leroy; Hack Wheeler; Crip Brand
"Superman Meets Super-Houdini!" Daredevil escape artist "Hair-breadth" Holahan must confront his secret criminal past when gangsters blackmail him into helping them.
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Published October 1970 by DC

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Story Title
Superman Meets Super-Houdini!
Writer
Leo Dorfman
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman; "Hair-breadth" Holahan; Dan Holahan; Stoney Croy; Mick Leroy; Hack Wheeler; Crip Brand
Storyline
"Superman Meets Super-Houdini!" Daredevil escape artist "Hair-breadth" Holahan must confront his secret criminal past when gangsters blackmail him into helping them.

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The Day Superboy Became Superman!
Script
Leo Dorfman [as Geoff Brown]
Pencils
Ross Andru
Story Line
Superboy encounters student activist Marla Harvey, who challenges his beliefs and assumptions. When she dies in an accident while helping others, he resolves to dedicate himself to her principles.

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"I'm going to ask Dad for an increase in my allowance."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published October 1970 by DC
The Maid of Doom!
Leo Dorfman
Jim Mooney
Dick Giordano
Supergirl; Superman; Dick Malverne; Edna Danvers; Mr. Mxyzptlk; Mon-El (flashback); Brainiac 5 (flashback)
"The Maid of Doom!"
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Published October 1970 by DC

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Story Title
The Maid of Doom!
Writer
Leo Dorfman
Interior Art
Jim Mooney
Cover Art
Dick Giordano
Character Appearances
Supergirl; Superman; Dick Malverne; Edna Danvers; Mr. Mxyzptlk; Mon-El (flashback); Brainiac 5 (flashback)
Storyline
"The Maid of Doom!"

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Hold It--Stop!
Script
Mike Sekowsky
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
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Catcher in the Sky
Script
Mike Sekowsky
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
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none
Script
Mike Sekowsky
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Mike Sekowsky
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Published October-November 1970 by DC
Draw Death
Robert Kanigher
Tony DeZuniga
Neal Adams
Outlaw [Rick Wilson]; Sam Wilson (Texas Ranger); Paloma; Big Red (Flashback); Slade (Flashback); Mr. and Mrs. Brown; Rita; Dave Fenton; Doc Levy; El Diablo; Charley
"Draw Death" Rick Wilson dreamed all his life to become a Texas Ranger like his father. He is tricked into a life of crime by the Fenton Gang and is now pursued by his father.
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Published October-November 1970 by DC

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Story Title
Draw Death
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Tony DeZuniga
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Outlaw [Rick Wilson]; Sam Wilson (Texas Ranger); Paloma; Big Red (Flashback); Slade (Flashback); Mr. and Mrs. Brown; Rita; Dave Fenton; Doc Levy; El Diablo; Charley
Storyline
"Draw Death" Rick Wilson dreamed all his life to become a Texas Ranger like his father. He is tricked into a life of crime by the Fenton Gang and is now pursued by his father.

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The Devil Has Two Faces!
Script
Robert Kanigher
Pencils
Gray Morrow
Story Line
El Diablo stops some highway men from robbing a stagecoach but then learns that a pregnant woman inside is giving birth.
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Published October 1970 by Archie
A is for Archie
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Al Hartley
Joe Edwards
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Moose Mason; Miss Geraldine Grundy; Mr. Waldo Weatherbee; Miss Bernice Beazley; Reggie Mantle
"A is for Archie" Vocabulary lesson provided by the Archie gang.
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Story Title
A is for Archie
Writer
?
Interior Art
Al Hartley
Cover Art
Joe Edwards
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Moose Mason; Miss Geraldine Grundy; Mr. Waldo Weatherbee; Miss Bernice Beazley; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"A is for Archie" Vocabulary lesson provided by the Archie gang.

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Snapshots from Principal Weatherbee's Album
Script
Joe Edwards ?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee reminisces on his career.

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I Object..
Script
Joe Edwards ?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Archie tries lawyering his way out of a grade.

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Stop The Music
Script
Joe Edwards ?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Archie takes up the trumpet to impress Veronica, who is in love with the latest teen idol, Dewey Wanna Brass.

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Taking A Stand
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Li'l Jinx convinces Greg to cease selling lemonade and take a nap instead.

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Doze Little Things
Script
Joe Edwards ?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Archie falls asleep in class.

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Summer Stock!
Script
Joe Edwards ?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Archie enrolls Mr. Weatherbee into the Riverdale Summer Stock Play only to have the act cancelled due to inclement weather.
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Published October 1970 by Archie
Beauty and the Beast
Dick Malmgren
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Ethel Muggs; Moose; Midge
"Beauty and the Beast" When Veronica acts too sure that she's going to win a beauty contest, the guys decide to teach her a lesson by entering the contest disguised as girls.
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Beauty and the Beast
Writer
Dick Malmgren
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Ethel Muggs; Moose; Midge
Storyline
"Beauty and the Beast" When Veronica acts too sure that she's going to win a beauty contest, the guys decide to teach her a lesson by entering the contest disguised as girls.

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The Old Oil
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
An oil slick leaves Veronica covered in gunk after swimming in the ocean.

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The Show Up
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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After a hot and sweaty game of tennis, Veronica goes inside to get cleaned up so that she'll look fresh and clean when Archie arrives.

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"Binoculars"
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Aim of the Game!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx is upset when her friends are better at archery than she is.

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The Litter of the Law
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
When Jughead insults the girls, they throw the food at him, ruining it and causing him to get hysterical. A patrolman thinks Jughead threw the food all over the beach and orders him to clean it all up.
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Published November 1970 by Archie
Slow Burn
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Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
"Slow Burn" Archie, Betty and Veronica are at the beach. Archie asks Veronica to go surfing with him, but Veronica says she'd rather soak up some of the sun. Archie asks her why she wants to do that and says that it isn't any fun. He tells Betty that he can't figure out why Veronica wants to do this. Betty says that Veronica wants to be the "toast of the town".
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Story Title
Slow Burn
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Slow Burn" Archie, Betty and Veronica are at the beach. Archie asks Veronica to go surfing with him, but Veronica says she'd rather soak up some of the sun. Archie asks her why she wants to do that and says that it isn't any fun. He tells Betty that he can't figure out why Veronica wants to do this. Betty says that Veronica wants to be the "toast of the town".

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Prize Size
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Archie is holding a can of special soil formula, and asks Dilton if he thinks it will help him grow things. Dilton says he doesn't THINK - he KNOWS. Jughead, drooling, points out what he thinks are Dilton's watermelons. Archie, looking at one, says that the watermelons don't look unusual to him. Dilton says who said they were watermelons. In the last panel he adds that those are his cucumbers.

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Knock Yock
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Archie and Betty are looking at surfboards at the Tarzana Surf Shop on the beach. The salesman brags that those are the most durable surfboards ever made and proceeds to demonstrate. A machine of some sort continuously pounds the surfboard with a large metal mallet. The man lays the surfboard on two large wooden posts and continues to jump up and down on it - the surfboard still doesn't break. Seeing this, Archie purchases one, and proceeds to tell Betty that the surfboards are the most durable boards ever... and taps on the board. In the last panel, he continues "... made!" as the surfboard crumbles in pieces.

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Count Up
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Betty asks Archie if he thinks a boy and girl should kiss on their first date. Archie says he doesn't know. Betty asks him what about the second date. Archie still isn't sure. Betty asks how about the 128th date. Archie says of course. Betty proceeds to kiss him on the cheek. Slightly dazed from the kiss, Archie asks Betty how many times they've gone out. She replies "Who counts?"

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Sassy Lassy
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Betty and Veronica are relaxing by the Lodge pool, when Mr. Lodge asks them to come inside saying he needs their advice. He points to a model of an amusement park and says he's building an amusement park in town. He then asks what they can put in it to make it appeal to teenage girls. Betty replies "Teenage boys!"

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On The Rocks
Script
?
Pencils
Al Hartley
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee is watching baseball practice and points out to Coach Kleats how a baseball just hit a rock and bounced into Archie's glove. The coach isn't a bit surprised. Mr. Weatherbee says that if the ball hadn't hit the rock, Archie would have missed it. The coach agrees saying "That's right", but is still not surprised. Once again another ball hits a rock and bounces into Archie's glove. Mr. Weatherbee points this out again, but once again Coach Kleats isn't a bit surprised. Just then, Jughead walks up carrying a large bulky bag and tells the coach the the new supplies just arrived. Mr. Weatherbee asks the coach if he's getting a bit extravagant and says there are a lot of baseballs in a bag that size. The coach says that those aren't baseballs - they're rocks. He then hands some rocks to Jughead and tells him to sprinkle a few more in front of Archie's position.

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Knot Plot
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?
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?
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Archie is standing near the shore with his surfboard, admiring two girls as they walk by. One of the girls calls Archie a "plastic surfer" and the other one agrees, saying he doesn't have the knots on his knees that real surfers get from paddling. Archie walks off, disappointed, and Jughead tells him to watch out for his skimboard. Archie trips over Jughead's skimboard, banging his knees on a large rock. Just then, two other girls walk by, notice the knots on Archie's knees and say that he must be a real "boss surfer". In the last panel, Archie is seen sitting between the two girls, and thanks Jughead for tripping him.

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Dune Tune
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie is driving along some sand dunes in a dune buggy, and sticks his left arm straight out. Reggie asks Betty if she knows what that hand signal means, and she says it means Archie is going to turn left. Reggie says that this is correct. Archie then sticks his arm straight up and points upward. Betty says that this one means he's going to go up. Reggie thinks this is funny and says Betty doesn't know her hand signals. Betty replies by adding "and you don't know Archie's buggy", as his dune buggy is seen flying upward after launching off of a nearby dune.

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Trade Maid
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and friends are at the beach, and Reggie's friend Jerry offers to trade Reggie his surfboard for Reggie's skimboard. Reggie tells Jerry to throw in his transistor [radio] and he's got a deal. Veronica asks Archie why boys always have to trade, and Archie says he guesses they feel they can swap for something better. Veronica thinks for a moment, then tells her friend Shirley that she'll trade her date [Archie] for Shirley's date.

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Pin Din
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica and her dad are walking past a jewelry store when Veronica asks here dad if she can have a little pin money. Mr. Lodge says she can, and asks how much she needs. Veronica says "Enough to buy this little pin", pointing to a $505 pin in the display window.

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Story Title
Drive Jive
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Veronica are watching Archie play badminton. Veronica comments that Archie loses every game he plays. She then points out that you can say one thing for him. In the last panel we see Archie tangled up in the net, as Veronica says "He really gets wrapped up in what he's doing".

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More Bounce to the Ounce
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty is at the beach, and three guys are having fun bouncing her in the air on a large tarp that they've stretched out and are holding. Betty points to her left and asks the guys to bounce her over there. In the last panel, we see Archie sitting on the lifeguard stand, as the guys bounce Betty in front of him. As she's in mid-air, she says hi to Archie.

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Nice Price
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Ethel looks at the price of some swimsuits in a store window and comments that inflation really puts a dent into a girl's pocketbook. Betty agrees, saying that everything is so expensive. Ethel then points out a real bargain in another window - an item that's the same price as it was the previous day.

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Story Title
What Do You Dig Most About Surfing?
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
A one-page gag strip that tells what each character likes about surfing.

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Story Title
Cutey Duty
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie is outside watering the plants for his mom. Suddenly, something catches his attention and he rushes inside. He frantically asks his mom where his lifeguard suit is, and she replies that it's in the attic. In the next panel, Archie is seen heading back outside wearing his lifeguard suit as his mom wonders what he's up to. In the last panel, Archie is seen standing next to his hedge, as a beautiful girl is seen relaxing in an inflatable pool next door. Archie tells the girl to let him know if he can be any help.

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Wet Set
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Jughead are at the beach with their surfboards, wearing wet suits. Jughead sticks his foot in the water and says that it's freezing. Archie says it's a good thing they brought along their wet suits. Jughead comments that Veronica said she was going to go surfing in her bikini. Archie says that this is impossible and that Veronica will need a "winter-type wet suit". Veronica hears this and says that she won't. In the last panel, she says that she brought along her "winter-type surfboard", and points to her surfboard, which has a plastic or glass capsule on top of it and is being carried by two of her butlers.

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Grand Prix Spree
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Jughead are watching Archie in a grand-prix race. As the race starts, Betty says "There goes my guy!". In the second panel, Archie is seen winning the race, and Betty says "There goes my hero!". In the last panel, Archie is seen standing next to his car, holding a trophy as Veronica kisses him. Betty then says "There goes my date!".

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Constant Critic
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Jughead and Ethel are walking down the street, and Jughead is seen carrying a canvas and a large briefcase. Veronica comments that Big Ethel has really been criticizing Jughead's art since he took up oil painting. Betty says that they appear to be going somewhere. Veronica says that they're going to Jughead's new oil painting class and that she heard him invite Ethel to come along and watch. Betty finds this a bit hard to believe and says that Jughead must enjoy hearing Ethel critize him. Veronica says she doesn't think Ethel will dare open her mouth to criticize his paintings now. Betty tells her to continue (eg explain the situation). In the last panel, we see Jughead happily painting underwater, along with several other students, all of whom are wearing a swim mask and breathing through a mouthpiece connected to a small oxygen tank on their back. A nearby sign reads "Captain Blubb's Underwater Oil Painting Classes".

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Story Title
Groovy Greeting
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie, Dilton and Reggie are on the beach. Reggie yells "Hello up there!" in the direction of three girls who are standing on a nearby cliff. Archie says that it's no use shouting and that the girls won't be able to hear him. In the next panel, he continues, saying that the roar of the waves will drown out anything Reggie says. Dilton tells Archie that he knows how they can say "hi" to the girls. He then whispers his plan to the guys. Archie repeats it, and says that this is a "groovy idea". In the last panel, the guys are seen laying on the ground in the shape of the word "Hi". Archie and Reggie have dug a small hole in the sand between them to form the bar in the letter "H". We now learn that two of the three girls on the cliff are Betty and Veronica, and Veronica points down to the boys, telling the other girls to look at their message.

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Story Title
Mouth Trap!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx and Greg are at a park. Greg is playing with a toy sailboat in the pond. Li'l Jinx walks up behind him and yells that she hates him. Greg gets annoyed, and yells back at her. He says he wants her to know that he's going to grow up and be a millionaire. He adds that he will have a big, big yacht. In the second-to-last panel, he tells Li'l Jinx that he won't let her ride on the yacht. In the last panel, Li'l Jinx walks off, slightly upset by what just happened, and says that she wishes she could keep her big mouth shut.

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Sale Tale
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica is seen parading around the beach in a fancy bathing suit. She is quickly met with shouts of approval and whistles from several boys on the beach. In the second to last panel, she is seen walking on the boardwalk. In the last panel, she is seen inside the Beach Boutique telling the clerk that she'll take the bathing suit. A sign taped to the window of the boutique tells us that the boutique is currently having a 25%-off sale on swim suits.

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Story Title
Sea Glee
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie is out surfing and keeps falling off his board, resulting in him going underwater. In the second-to-last panel, Archie is seen back on the shore with his surfboard. Veronica asks Archie how the surfing was. Reggie asks her why she's asking Archie. In the last panel, Reggie adds that Archie spent most of the day skin diving.

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Champ Vamp
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica strolls by the judges' stand wearing a bikini and carrying her surfboard as one judge announces that the girls' surfing championship will begin in ten minutes. Ethel points this out to Betty, calling Veronica a flirt. Veronica then tells the judges that they're the "handsomest cats" she's ever seen. Ethel is annoyed by this and tells Betty that she thinks Veronica is trying to influence the judges. In the last panel, Betty says that she thinks Veronica already has, and points to the nearby championship trophy, which is sitting on a stand that reads "Reserved for Miss Veronica Lodge".

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Story Title
Good Looking
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty, Archie and Veronica are at the beach. Archie s half-asleep on the beach blanket when Betty tells Archie to look at a nearby girl and asks "Isn't she a pretty girl?". Archie quickly perks up and responds with "Wow! I'll say! She's a doll!". Archie then asks Veronica what she does when she sees an unusually beautiful girl. Veronica responds by saying that she looks for a while and then she gets tired. In the last panel, she adds "So I lay the mirror down!"

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Story Title
Fight Blight
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Reggie are fighting with one another near Veronica's pool. Veronica tells them to cool it, and to go inside and watch TV since they can't behave at the pool. Veronica tells Betty that Archie and Reggie can be a bad scene at times, and then decides that she'd better go check on them. Once inside, the girls see Archie and Reggie fighting again. Veronica says that she thought she told them to watch TV. Archie says they are, and in the last panel, Reggie adds that they're deciding which channel to put on.
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Published October 1970 by Archie
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Published October 1970 by Marvel
Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!
Roy Thomas
Jack Kirby; Barry Windsor Smith?; Marie Severin?
John Buscema
Ka-Zar; Kraven; The Petrified Man (introduction); Zabu
"Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!" Ka-Zar tracks down Kraven in New York and frees Zabu.
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Story Title
Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Jack Kirby; Barry Windsor Smith?; Marie Severin?
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Kraven; The Petrified Man (introduction); Zabu
Storyline
"Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!" Ka-Zar tracks down Kraven in New York and frees Zabu.

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Story Title
Revolution!
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Wally Wood
Story Line
Prince Rudolfo escape's Doom's dungeons and leads another attack on the castle with the help of The Faceless One and the Doomsman.
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Published October 1970 by Marvel
When Dies a Legend
Roy Thomas
John Buscema
John Buscema
Avengers [Captain America; Quicksilver; Thor; Black Panther; Iron Man; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Goliath [Clint Barton]]; Red Wolf [Will Talltrees]; Jason Birch; Cornelius Van Lunt
"When Dies a Legend"
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Story Title
When Dies a Legend
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Avengers [Captain America; Quicksilver; Thor; Black Panther; Iron Man; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Goliath [Clint Barton]]; Red Wolf [Will Talltrees]; Jason Birch; Cornelius Van Lunt
Storyline
"When Dies a Legend"
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Published October 1970 by Gold Key
The Loan Rangers
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?
? (photo)
Fleegle; Drooper; Bingo; Snorky [all as The Banana Splits]; Unnamed cowboy robbers; Mister Boss Dave
"The Loan Rangers" The Banana Splits become cowboys and help stop a banker from being robbed.
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Story Title
The Loan Rangers
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
? (photo)
Character Appearances
Fleegle; Drooper; Bingo; Snorky [all as The Banana Splits]; Unnamed cowboy robbers; Mister Boss Dave
Storyline
"The Loan Rangers" The Banana Splits become cowboys and help stop a banker from being robbed.

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River Rock
Script
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?
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The Banana Splits become musicians on a steam-boat with two escaped convicts on board.

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Parcel Post Panic
Script
?
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?
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The Banana Splits deliver golf balls to Chief Turkey-Nose.
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Published October 1970 by Gold Key
Slicker Tricker Trap
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Phil de Lara
Pete Alvarado ?
Beep Beep the Road Runner; Wile E. Coyote; Road Runner's three sons
"Slicker Tricker Trap"
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Story Title
Slicker Tricker Trap
Writer
?
Interior Art
Phil de Lara
Cover Art
Pete Alvarado ?
Character Appearances
Beep Beep the Road Runner; Wile E. Coyote; Road Runner's three sons
Storyline
"Slicker Tricker Trap"

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The Big Bus Fuss
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
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Leave It to Beavers
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Phil de Lara
Story Line

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Story Title
Feather or Not
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Phil de Lara
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Story Title
Knights and Daze
Script
?
Pencils
Phil de Lara
Story Line
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Published October 1970 by Archie
I Remember Momma
Frank Doyle ?
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge
"I Remember Momma" Betty tries to make Archie jealous by pretending she's dating Jughead.
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Published October 1970 by Archie

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I Remember Momma
Writer
Frank Doyle ?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"I Remember Momma" Betty tries to make Archie jealous by pretending she's dating Jughead.

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Negative Reaction
Script
?
Pencils
Al Hartley
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Betty and Archie use composite photographic printing to try to interest Jughead in Ethel.

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Star Struck
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Al Hartley
Story Line
Betty refuses to go out with Archie because her horoscope tells her it's a bad idea.

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According to the Book
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx decides to fight fire with fire concerning her father.

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Change of Heart
Script
Dick Malmgren
Pencils
Al Hartley
Story Line
Fed up with Archie cavalier treatment, Betty begins to consider dating someone else.
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Published October 1970 by Dell
Live Elegant
D. J. Arneson
Bill Fraccio
? (photograph)
"Live Elegant" The Clampetts try to orient their new neighbors.
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Published October 1970 by Dell

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Live Elegant
Writer
D. J. Arneson
Interior Art
Bill Fraccio
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Storyline
"Live Elegant" The Clampetts try to orient their new neighbors.
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Published October-November 1970 by DC
Buzzy the Lovable!
?
?
Henry Scarpelli (signed)
Binky; Buzzy; Ann; Diane Becker; Trudy Truheart; Mrs. Trueheart
"Buzzy the Lovable!" Buzzy delivers a skunk to Mrs. Trueheart.
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Published October-November 1970 by DC

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Story Title
Buzzy the Lovable!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Henry Scarpelli (signed)
Character Appearances
Binky; Buzzy; Ann; Diane Becker; Trudy Truheart; Mrs. Trueheart
Storyline
"Buzzy the Lovable!" Buzzy delivers a skunk to Mrs. Trueheart.

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"Hmm...She really makes sense to me!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Hippie girl has a domesticated father.

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The Hero
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Pussycat doesn't want to be scalped.

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Facing the Fact
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Pussycat is to have his shots.

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Watch What?
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Pussycat doesn't think a watchdog will help the family

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The Bum's Rush
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Pussycat is chased by a big dog.

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The Hero
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
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The Pussycat climbs a flagpole

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A Cool Idea
Script
Henry Scarpelli
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Pussycat eats pepper.

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The Scuba Maneuver!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Sherwood takes Binky scuba-diving. He's then attacked by bees.

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Have Birthday-- Bring Present!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Sherwood swallows Peggy's birthday gift.
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Published October-November 1970 by DC
Night Wears a Scarlet Shroud!
Bob Haney
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Bat-Squad; Basil Coventry; Margo Cantrell; Vivien Tremaine; Mick Murdock; Ronald Dawson; The Scarlet Strangler
"Night Wears a Scarlet Shroud!" Batman and the Bat-Squad solve a murder during the filming of a movie about the Scarlet Strangler.
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Published October-November 1970 by DC

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Story Title
Night Wears a Scarlet Shroud!
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Nick Cardy
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Bat-Squad; Basil Coventry; Margo Cantrell; Vivien Tremaine; Mick Murdock; Ronald Dawson; The Scarlet Strangler
Storyline
"Night Wears a Scarlet Shroud!" Batman and the Bat-Squad solve a murder during the filming of a movie about the Scarlet Strangler.
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Published October 1970 by Harvey
Bill Williams ?
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Published October 1970 by Harvey

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Bill Williams ?
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Published October 1970 by Marvel
Up Against the Wall
Stan Lee
Gene Colan
Marie Severin
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hulk [Bruce Banner] (in newsreel); Hood [Baron Wolfgang von Strucker robot]; Batroc's Brigade [Batroc the Leaper [Georges Batroc]; Whirlwind [David Cannon]; Porcupine [Alexander Gentry]]
"Up Against the Wall" Captain America stumbles onto the Hood's plan to convince students to riot at a midwestern university.
Very Good/Fine 5.0

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Published October 1970 by Marvel

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Story Title
Up Against the Wall
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Gene Colan
Cover Art
Marie Severin
Character Appearances
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hulk [Bruce Banner] (in newsreel); Hood [Baron Wolfgang von Strucker robot]; Batroc's Brigade [Batroc the Leaper [Georges Batroc]; Whirlwind [David Cannon]; Porcupine [Alexander Gentry]]
Storyline
"Up Against the Wall" Captain America stumbles onto the Hood's plan to convince students to riot at a midwestern university.
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Published October 1970 by Charlton
A Place for Crying
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Charles Nicholas
?
"A Place for Crying"
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Published October 1970 by Charlton

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Story Title
A Place for Crying
Writer
?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"A Place for Crying"

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Story Title
Heir to My Heart
Script
?
Pencils
Art Cappello (signed)
Story Line

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Two Worlds
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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