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Published September 1992 by Archie
The Good Buy Girl
Michael Gallagher
Doug Crane
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Smithers (the butler); Hiram Lodge
"The Good Buy Girl" Betty tries to rescue Veronica from the clutches of a Cable Shopping Network.
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Published September 1992 by Archie

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Story Title
The Good Buy Girl
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Smithers (the butler); Hiram Lodge
Storyline
"The Good Buy Girl" Betty tries to rescue Veronica from the clutches of a Cable Shopping Network.

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Story Title
Bank On It
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty finds herself short of funds for her date with Archie after donating to several charities.

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Story Title
Give P.C. a Chance!
Script
Michael Gallagher ?
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Riverdale gets a new student who goes by the name "P.C.". Later in biology class, P.C. protests the frog dissection Mr. Flutesnoot plans by setting all the frogs free.

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Betty Betty Betty Betty Betty
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty tells the readers about famous women in history with the name "Betty" or "Elizabeth".
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Published October 1992 by Archie
Automation Vacation
Michael Gallagher
Doug Crane
Dan Parent [as Dan P.] (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"Automation Vacation" Betty, Archie and Jughead visit a beach where the rules are enforced by a very aggressive robot.
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Published October 1992 by Archie

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Automation Vacation
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan Parent [as Dan P.] (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Automation Vacation" Betty, Archie and Jughead visit a beach where the rules are enforced by a very aggressive robot.

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Story Title
Save Your Breath
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
When the boys hear Betty is teaching a class in CPR, they all line up to be practice dummies.

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Story Title
Proxy Lady
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty agrees to stand in for Susan Carstensen, who is unable to attend her own wedding due to Army commitments. But her plans are jeopardized when she's injured while rock climbing with Archie.
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Published December 1992 by Archie
Growing Pains
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan Parent; Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Hal Cooper; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Alice Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Charles Parker; Reggie Mantle
"Growing Pains" Betty is rapidly tiring of hearing her father's old stories, until she hears one old story he never talks about.
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Published December 1992 by Archie

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Story Title
Growing Pains
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan Parent; Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Hal Cooper; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Alice Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Charles Parker; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Growing Pains" Betty is rapidly tiring of hearing her father's old stories, until she hears one old story he never talks about.

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Story Title
Half A Point Well Taken
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty's dad tries to blend in with Betty's friends, but finds the generation gap too wide to bridge.

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Story Title
Pizza With Extra Heart
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Archie delivers pizza to the home where Betty is babysitting. She tries to get him to stay and recruits the twins to help.

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Story Title
Odds On It!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty's statistics class is beginning to affect her personal life.

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Story Title
Lucky Loser
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty and Hasslehead High's Cyndi Washington are the favorites to win the Tri-City High Schools mini-marathon. But Betty's kindness may cost her the race
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Published February 1993 by Archie
The Feeling Is Mucilage
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper; Chic Cooper; Polly Cooper; Caramel; Little Archie (flashback); Little Reggie (flashback)
"The Feeling Is Mucilage" Christmas morning with the Cooper family.
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Published February 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
The Feeling Is Mucilage
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper; Chic Cooper; Polly Cooper; Caramel; Little Archie (flashback); Little Reggie (flashback)
Storyline
"The Feeling Is Mucilage" Christmas morning with the Cooper family.

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Story Title
Window Shopping
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty's concept of window shopping and Veronica's concept of window shopping aren't necessarily the same thing.

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Story Title
The Breaking Point
Script
Bob Bolling ?
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
The Cooper family gathers for the holidays and receives a visit from an unexpected person.

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Story Title
The Eyes Have It
Script
Bill Golliher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
At a franchise optometrist store she's working at, Betty uses her position to trick information out of Archie about his date with Veronica on Saturday.
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Published April 1993 by Archie
Plaster Parting
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Alice Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason
"Plaster Parting" Betty outlines in her diary how she coped with having her leg in a cast and her eventual liberation from it.
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Published April 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Plaster Parting
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Alice Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason
Storyline
"Plaster Parting" Betty outlines in her diary how she coped with having her leg in a cast and her eventual liberation from it.

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Story Title
Bad News And Good News
Script
Bill Golliher ?
Pencils
Bill Golliher ?
Story Line
Bad news/good news scenarios on a skiing trip with Archie and the gang.

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Story Title
Something To Cheer About
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Dilton develops a motorized wheelchair so the cast-bound Betty can navigate the Riverdale High halls more easily. But she loses control and plows through the cheerleader squad practice.

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Story Title
Time Will Tell
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
A casual remark by Betty gives Ethel an inspiration for a dress she hopes will catch the eye of the boys.

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Story Title
Plaster Disaster
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Reggie tries to write crib notes on Betty's cast, hoping to cheat on the upcoming history test. But his attempt is interrupted by Moose, who has learned Reggie made a date with Midge.

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Story Title
The Gift
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Veronica gives Archie a pager for his birthday, mainly to keep tabs on him.

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Story Title
Downhill Drag
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
While skiing at Mr. Lodge's new Timberland Ski Resort, Betty swerves on a downhill run to avoid a rabbit and pitches out of control down the mountain.
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Published June 1993 by Archie
Just Ducky
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
"Just Ducky" Between Betty's errant casting and the antics of Reggie's robotic duck, Archie isn't having much luck fishing.
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Published June 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Just Ducky
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Just Ducky" Between Betty's errant casting and the antics of Reggie's robotic duck, Archie isn't having much luck fishing.

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Story Title
I've Tumbled For You
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
After accidentally getting a detention for Archie, Betty uses the gymnastics team's trampoline to apologize.

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Story Title
The Alternative Whirl
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
At the "Persistent Pain" concert, Betty and Veronica compete for the title of "Miss Alternative Girl".

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Story Title
Gym Dandy
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty subs for the aerobics instructor at the health club she works at, while waiting patiently for Archie to call and ask her to the "Persistent Pain" concert.
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Published August 1993 by Archie
Double Cross Date
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Rob Wallis; Archie Andrews; Hiram Lodge; Smithers the butler
"Double Cross Date" Veronica recruits Betty for a double date with Archie and the son of a Lodge business associate, in which both boys think they're the one dating Veronica that evening.
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Published August 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Double Cross Date
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Rob Wallis; Archie Andrews; Hiram Lodge; Smithers the butler
Storyline
"Double Cross Date" Veronica recruits Betty for a double date with Archie and the son of a Lodge business associate, in which both boys think they're the one dating Veronica that evening.

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Story Title
Hum-Dinger
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
A strange dream gives Betty a method to remember her study material for her Business Math course.

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Story Title
Something Fishy
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Someone steals the equipment for the childrens softball team Betty is coaching. Thinking quick, Betty hops into Mr. Lodge's nearby helicopter and the pair go in pursuit of the thieves.

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Story Title
Prom Promise
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty finally gets Archie to ask her to the prom, then comes down with flu and can't attend.
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Published September 1993 by Archie
Friendly Filcher
Bob Bolling
Stan Goldberg
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
"Friendly Filcher" When Archie's dashboard charm disappears from his car, he and Betty immediately suspect the just departed Reggie.
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Published September 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Friendly Filcher
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Friendly Filcher" When Archie's dashboard charm disappears from his car, he and Betty immediately suspect the just departed Reggie.

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Story Title
Simian on My Shoulder
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Reggie tries to sabotage Betty and Archie's attempt to transport two zoo animals across town so Archie won't earn the fee and be able to take Veronica to a concert.

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Story Title
Shutterbug Blues
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty must choose whether or not to accept a lucrative photography offer that will result in public humiliation for Reggie.

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Story Title
The Happy Hiker
Script
Bob Bolling (credited)
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty joins Veronica and Mr. Lodge on a nature hike through the woods. But the hike is interrupted by a rapidly spreading forest fire.
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Published October 1993 by Archie
Redd And Ginny
George Gladir
Rex W. Lindsey
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Jughead Jones; Svenson the janitor; Hot Dog
"Redd And Ginny" A parody of 1930s era Hollywood musicals, based loosely on the careers of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, with Archie starring as "Redd", Betty as "Ginny" and Veronica as the scheming daughter of the studio head.
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Published October 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Redd And Ginny
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Rex W. Lindsey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Jughead Jones; Svenson the janitor; Hot Dog
Storyline
"Redd And Ginny" A parody of 1930s era Hollywood musicals, based loosely on the careers of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, with Archie starring as "Redd", Betty as "Ginny" and Veronica as the scheming daughter of the studio head.

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Story Title
Musical Notes
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty is unable to attend an impromptu concert by "The New Dudes" because she promised to work late at Axel's Garage.

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Story Title
Forge Ahead
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Using the tools she picked up by reading a book on criminology, Betty tumbles to Reggie's plot to separate Archie and Veronica so he can date Ms. Lodge.

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Story Title
The Play's The Thing
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
After working all day supervising the children at an indoor play park, Betty goes on a date with Archie - - to an indoor play park.
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Published November 1993 by Archie
What Did You Do This Summer?
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Binky Barnes; Mousey Skitter (villain); Reggie Mantle; Pop Tate; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge
"What Did You Do This Summer?" Using her criminology book to help young Binky Barnes look for his stolen bicycle, Betty and the boy stumble onto a theft ring that steals bikes and breaks them down to sell for parts.
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Published November 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
What Did You Do This Summer?
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Binky Barnes; Mousey Skitter (villain); Reggie Mantle; Pop Tate; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"What Did You Do This Summer?" Using her criminology book to help young Binky Barnes look for his stolen bicycle, Betty and the boy stumble onto a theft ring that steals bikes and breaks them down to sell for parts.

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Story Title
Gloomy Gus
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
In their roles as camp counselors, Betty and Archie take a special interest in a loner child nicknamed "Gloomy Gus".

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Story Title
The County Fair
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty recounts her day at the county fair with her friends for her diary.

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Story Title
Paddle Pals
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Archie solicits Betty's help in trying to release a domesticated raccoon into the wild.
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Published December 1993 by Archie
Dates And Fates
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy; Reggie Mantle; Mr. Weatherbee; Coach Kleats
"Dates And Fates" To make Archie look bad at practice, Reggie overthrows his pass. Archie lunges for it and falls on the new school riding mower. Chaos ensues.
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Published December 1993 by Archie

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Story Title
Dates And Fates
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy; Reggie Mantle; Mr. Weatherbee; Coach Kleats
Storyline
"Dates And Fates" To make Archie look bad at practice, Reggie overthrows his pass. Archie lunges for it and falls on the new school riding mower. Chaos ensues.

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Story Title
The World's Most Dangerous Artist
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty and Archie try to help Reggie hide out from Moose's wrath.

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Story Title
Time Off
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty talks Archie into seeing a movie to relax from the stress of school, work and football practice. But the evening doesn't prove to be very relaxing.

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Story Title
Brownie Points
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Miss Grundy's class is assigned to form partnerships and produce items to sell at the Riverdale Business Achievement Fair. Archie and Betty team up to bake and sell homemade brownies, but Archie proves to be more of a hindrance in the kitchen than a help.
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Published February 1994 by Archie
A Change In The Weather
Bob Bolling
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Polly Cooper; Hiram Lodge
"A Change In The Weather" Betty spends weeks preparing a New Year's Eve party at her house, only to have Veronica throw a bigger party at the mansion at the same time.
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Published February 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
A Change In The Weather
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo [as DD] (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Polly Cooper; Hiram Lodge
Storyline
"A Change In The Weather" Betty spends weeks preparing a New Year's Eve party at her house, only to have Veronica throw a bigger party at the mansion at the same time.

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Story Title
This Land Is My Land
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Reggie tries to give Betty self-confidence lessons.

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Story Title
An All-Star Cast
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Hal takes Betty and Polly ice fishing on Loon Lake.

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Story Title
The Unsung Hero
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty agrees to babysit Hot Dog for a few days. While he's there, Hot Dog surreptitiously gives Betty low-cost gift-giving hints.
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Published April 1994 by Archie
Doll-ightful
George Gladir
Henry Scarpelli
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper
"Doll-ightful" Betty reminisces about her doll collection.
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Published April 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Doll-ightful
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Doll-ightful" Betty reminisces about her doll collection.

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Story Title
A Sign Of The Times
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty and Jughead discuss Archie's new business venture.

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Story Title
Tuff Times
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Everyone in the gang is having to make do with less.

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Story Title
Bitten By The Collector's Bug
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty goes to the Riverdale Collector's Show to do a story for the school paper on various hobby interests.

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Story Title
Cowbaby Sitter
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty has to babysit the "Terrible Turner Twins".

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Story Title
Paper Caper
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
While leafing through an antique book of paper dolls of thirties era movie starlets, Betty fantasizes being in their shoes.
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Published June 1994 by Archie
Dog Daze
Mike Pellowski
Stan Goldberg
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper
"Dog Daze" Betty finds walking Mrs. Watts' poodle Fifi to be more strenuous than she imagined.
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Published June 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Dog Daze
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Dog Daze" Betty finds walking Mrs. Watts' poodle Fifi to be more strenuous than she imagined.

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Story Title
Detention Room Romance
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
When Archie has to break a date with Betty in order to serve detention, Betty tries to get detention as well to be with him.

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Story Title
Maid to Order
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Betty finds her part-time job as a server in a restaurant emotionally as well as physically taxing.

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Story Title
The Right Card
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Midge gets a ride to the greeting card store from Reggie, an act of generosity he comes to regret.

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Story Title
Bumpy Relationship
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Betty keeps bumping into a cute boy named Mark at the mall.
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Published July 1994 by Archie
Strange Arrangement
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Caramel
"Strange Arrangement" Betty sets out to rearrange the furniture in her bedroom.
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Published July 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Strange Arrangement
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Caramel
Storyline
"Strange Arrangement" Betty sets out to rearrange the furniture in her bedroom.

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Story Title
Monday Wash
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Betty's laundry work is interrupted when she finds Caramel mixed in with her colors.

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Story Title
There's An Opening At Second
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
The fortunes of the girls softball team Mr. Lodge sponsors begin to slip the moment Betty goes out with an ankle sprain.

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Story Title
Super Sleuther
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Using her skills learned from every criminology book in the Riverdale library, Betty masquerades as a maid at Veronica's posh party to catch a jewel thief working Riverdale high society.
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Published August 1994 by Archie
Out of Sight
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Betty Cooper; Midge Klump; Archie Andrews; Moose Mason
"Out of Sight" Betty and Midge go out together because they feel they're seeing too much of Archie and Moose. But they each seem to see Archie and Moose wherever they go.
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Published August 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Out of Sight
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Midge Klump; Archie Andrews; Moose Mason
Storyline
"Out of Sight" Betty and Midge go out together because they feel they're seeing too much of Archie and Moose. But they each seem to see Archie and Moose wherever they go.

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Story Title
Small Problems
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty and Archie go picnicking in the woods, but find mother nature has other ideas.

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Story Title
Cold Cash Customers
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty's selling ice cream novelties again. When she finds the kids' business insufficient to make a profit from, she seeks out a new customer source.

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Story Title
No Date? Great!
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty goes to the beach without a date, but runs into several pleasant young males while she's there.
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Published September 1994 by Archie
Energy Source
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Dan Parent (signed)
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper; Caramel; Archie Andrews
"Energy Source" Betty struggles through a lethargic day.
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Published September 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Energy Source
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan Parent (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper; Caramel; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Energy Source" Betty struggles through a lethargic day.

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Story Title
The Prize
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty wins every prize on the carnival midway except the one she really wants.

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Story Title
Job Seekers
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Reggie spot an ad for a lifeguard job at a girls summer camp.

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Story Title
Close Encounter Of The Bird Kind
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
A wild bird gets into the Cooper home and Betty wrecks the place trying to catch it.

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Story Title
Archie On My Mind
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
At a Cooper family reunion picnic, Betty's Aunt Ida remarks that she never thought Betty and Archie were really a compatible couple. The comment sends Betty for a loop and preoccupies her thoughts for the rest of the picnic.

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Story Title
Pinch Hit Date
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Archie can't take Betty to the carnival as promised, due to a case of poison ivy. So he sends Jughead in his place.
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Published October 1994 by Archie
Life Saver
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Betty Cooper; Midge Klump; Melvin Snodgrass
"Life Saver" One of the ten year old boys at the pool where Betty Life Guards has a crush on her.
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Published October 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Life Saver
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Midge Klump; Melvin Snodgrass
Storyline
"Life Saver" One of the ten year old boys at the pool where Betty Life Guards has a crush on her.

Other Story

Story Title
Taken For A Ride
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
After using the new riding mower to do the family lawn, Betty graciously volunteers to cut the lawns of several elderly neighbors. Afterward, she learns the hazard of riding a lawnmower all afternoon.

Other Story

Story Title
It Takes Two To Tangle
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
While on a fishing trip on the Lodge yacht, Veronica hooks a huge striped bass. When her father decides to put her picture with the fish in the local paper (which he owns), Veronica goes to extremes to insure that Betty doesn't catch a bigger fish and top her.

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Story Title
Beach Babysitter
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Veronica reluctantly agrees to let Betty bring her five year old cousin along on their beach trip, but fears that Bernadette's presence will interfere with her ability to meet new boys.
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Published November 1994 by Archie
Twin Spin
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Eddie Turner; Freddie Turner
"Twin Spin" Betty takes the Terrible Turner Twins to an enclosed playground.
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Published November 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Twin Spin
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Eddie Turner; Freddie Turner
Storyline
"Twin Spin" Betty takes the Terrible Turner Twins to an enclosed playground.

Other Story

Story Title
Meow Talk
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Caramel tries to figure out Betty's behavior.

Other Story

Story Title
Love Showdown, Part II
Script
Bill Golliher
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
In round two of their battle over Archie, Veronica plants tickets to the Lodge Charity Ball with the wrong date on them in Betty's possession, so Betty will ask Archie on the wrong date and leave him free to take Veronica.
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Published December 1994 by Archie
Tree Stooges
Mike Pellowski
Doug Crane
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Betty Cooper; Mr. Dobbs; Nicky Dobbs; Billy Dobbs
"Tree Stooges" Betty's neighbor keeps allowing his kids to jump in and scatter the pile of leaves Betty keeps raking up. Then she gets an idea to teach the oblivious neighbor a lesson in respect for others.
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Published December 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Tree Stooges
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Mr. Dobbs; Nicky Dobbs; Billy Dobbs
Storyline
"Tree Stooges" Betty's neighbor keeps allowing his kids to jump in and scatter the pile of leaves Betty keeps raking up. Then she gets an idea to teach the oblivious neighbor a lesson in respect for others.

Other Story

Story Title
Lucky Break
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty breaks a hand mirror while getting dressed and is afraid her day will be filled with bad luck.

Other Story

Story Title
The Collector
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
A fanatical collector named Taddy Toadmaster wants to add the Riverdale High football team to his collection of unique items and it's up to Betty Cooper, Super Sleuther to stop him.
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