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Published December 1954 by Archie
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Car Hoppy
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"Car Hoppy"

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It Paint Necessarily So
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Bearly Freezing
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Cabinet Fakers
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Hair's Looking At You
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Leaf Me Alone
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Heads Up
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Canvas Classic
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A Good Mixer
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The Wrong and Short of It
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No Noise Is Good Noise
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Plague Take It
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Signed, Sealed, and Delivered
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Charge of the Light Brigade
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Of Debts Or Dates
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Vase the Matter
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Published 1955 by Archie
Fresh Hair Fiend
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
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Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy
"Fresh Hair Fiend" Archie and Jughead claim they've invented a hair restoration formula.
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Fresh Hair Fiend
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy
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"Fresh Hair Fiend" Archie and Jughead claim they've invented a hair restoration formula.

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It's Elementary, Archie
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Mary can always tell when Archie is fighting with Veronica.

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Heads I Win, Tails You Lose
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Fred laments the drain on his income.

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Spaghetti Twister
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Archie and Jughead argue over what they'll eat at an Italian restaurant.

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Patchwork
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Hal tries to take advantage of Betty's school curriculum.

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Mess Up
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Veronica won't let a messy Leroy near her.

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Pass Master
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George Frese
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Veronica complains about Reggie.

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Knick Knack Knots
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Frank Doyle ?
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George Frese
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Reggie sub-contracts a job to Jughead, hoping to make a killing off of Jughead's perceived naivete.

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The Big Story
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Archie tries a wild excuse for not handing in his homework.

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Car Careless
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Archie hits a car in the school parking lot.

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All His Marbles
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George Frese
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In order to help Betty compete with Veronica, Jughead makes her a fake marble table top.

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Steer Crazy
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Harry Lucey
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Veronica's back seat driving is disturbing Archie.

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Flatly Mis-Taken
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Joe Edwards ?
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Reggie volunteers to change a tire, hoping to draw some gratitude from Veronica.

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Music Hath Charms
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Harry Lucey
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Archie convinces Mr. Weatherbee to play music over the intercom to help the students relax.

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Skinned Deep
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Archie and Jughead comment on Veronica's new, expensive skin care treatment.

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In and Outer
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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After Mr. Lodge orders Veronica to get a new boyfriend, Archie sets her up with a series of boys who are even worse than he is.

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The Soda Jerk
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Joe Edwards ?
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Reggie cons Jughead out of a soda.

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Under Wraps
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Betty designs a Halloween costume for Veronica that will be certain to allow Betty to get Archie for herself.

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Bulls-Eye Baloney
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Reggie talks Archie into betting on an archery contest.

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Eggs-Asperation
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Harry Lucey
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Fed up with being treated shabbily by Archie, Betty stalks off. When he later tries to apologize, Archie hears that Betty has taken poison.

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Car Stop
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Joe Edwards ?
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Samm Schwartz
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A panhandler asks Mr. Lodge for money.

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Girl Hazy
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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After Jughead goes out on a date - - with a girl - - Archie tries to warn him about the perils of dating.

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Here Comes the Bribe
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Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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Reggie bribes the younger brother of a hot girl for information he can use to get her to go out with him.

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Board Stiff
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Mr. Weatherbee won't tolerate anybody walking on the lawn.

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Brain Storm
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Moose has a new method of improving his intellect.

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Archie the Football Player
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How Archie the football player is perceived by everyone else.

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For Goodness Sake
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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In an effort to soften Miss Grundy and get her to stop piling on the homework, the gang try being nice to her.

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Tooth Delay
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead tries to save Archie five dollars by extracting his tooth himself.

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Juice in Time
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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As a means of ingratiating himself with Mr. Lodge, Archie "helps" Mr. Lodge fix some household appliances by himself

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Lola-Bye
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Samm Schwartz
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Veronica hatches a plot to sabotage a new girl who is vamping all of the boys.

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Color Blind
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Bill Vigoda
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Archie tries to rig a random draw so that he's paired with Veronica. Reggie tries to sabotage Archie's efforts.

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Hiccup Happy
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Joe Edwards ?
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Archie is desperate for a cure for hiccups.

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Lens Me Your Heart
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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In an effort to get Archie's mind off of Veronica, Mr. Weatherbee assigns him to take pictures of all the rooms in the school.

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Pane Piker
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Jughead replaces a window pane he broke.

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What's Cooking
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Dave Berg ?
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Mr. Weatherbee questions the quality of the cafeteria food.

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Jet-ter Bug
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Bill Vigoda
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Reggie enters a midget racer in the school jalopy race in order to win a date with Veronica. So Archie has Jughead soup up his jalopy.

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Who's Sick Now
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Veronica goes on a dinner date with Archie despite not feeling well.

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Bus Flop
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Veronica asks Archie for a ride to school.

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Guest Pest
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Joe Edwards ?
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Bill Vigoda
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The Andrews family must host a mooching relative.

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Boot the Works
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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Archie gets involved in the auction of one of Mr. Lodge's factories, thinking he's bidding on a house plant.

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Who's Got the Button
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Harry Lucey
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Archie asks his father to teach him how to box.

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Cheep Gift
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Reggie decides to get Veronica a mynah bird for Christmas. But he leaves it up to Jughead to teach it what to say.

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The Flight Before Christmas
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Harry Lucey
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Reggie sabotages Archie's attempt to play Santa for a Christmas party.

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Mother Glows Best
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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Archie is about to blow his money on an expensive gift for Veronica, until Jughead reminds him of the other woman in his life.
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Christmas Socking
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Midge Klump; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Moose Mason; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
"Christmas Socking" The girls are hanging mistletoe and Midge reveals she's never been kissed because Moose thinks kissing is sissy.
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Christmas Socking
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Midge Klump; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Moose Mason; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
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"Christmas Socking" The girls are hanging mistletoe and Midge reveals she's never been kissed because Moose thinks kissing is sissy.
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Dressed To Kill
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"Dressed To Kill"
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Dressed To Kill
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"Dressed To Kill"

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Idiot's Delight
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Dis-Missile
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I Pine For You and Balsam
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Yule Fool
Tom Moore
Tom Moore
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Moose Mason; Archie Andrews
"Yule Fool" Moose assumes Florida doesn't have Christmas, because of a poster advertising "it's always June in Florida!"
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Yule Fool
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Tom Moore
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Tom Moore
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Moose Mason; Archie Andrews
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"Yule Fool" Moose assumes Florida doesn't have Christmas, because of a poster advertising "it's always June in Florida!"

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Shear Luck
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Tom Moore
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Tom Moore
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Archie and Jughead trim the Christmas tree. By the time it's even, it's a bare trunk.

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Generous To a Fault
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Slay Ride
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Seasonal Smooch
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Ring That Belle
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Too Many Clauses
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Published 1959 by Archie
Slide Guide!
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Harry Lucey
Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews
"Slide Guide!" Two young boys challenge the guys to prove they're not afraid to sled down a dangerous hill.
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Slide Guide!
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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Harry Lucey
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Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews
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"Slide Guide!" Two young boys challenge the guys to prove they're not afraid to sled down a dangerous hill.

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Stereo Phoney
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie buys Mr. Lodge a stereophonic demonstration record, but when Archie tests it out, Mr. Lodge thinks the sounds are real.

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Do No Evil
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie and Reggie try to get revenge on the girls for calling them slobs.

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Good Girl
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Come Onna My House
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Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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Betty and Veronica argue over whose house Archie will go to on Christmas morning.

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Snow Mistake
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Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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When Veronica has a date with another boy, Reggie and Archie plot to sic Big Moose on him.

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Archie's Letters To Santa Claus
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Tom Moore
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Three Time Loser
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Hot Potato
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead tries to demonstrate how to make a "Mickey," a hot potato cooked outdoors.

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The Feather Merchant!
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Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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Archie plans to give Mr. Lodge "the bird" for Christmas, but he can't find a type of bird that Mr. Lodge doesn't already own.

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Deep Freeze
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Frank Doyle
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Bob White
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When the gang goes skating, the girls go crazy over a handsome new guy, so Archie and Reggie team up to take him out of commission.

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Shocking Stocking
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Tom Moore
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Tom Moore
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Stamp of Approval
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty becomes obsessed with collecting green stamps. Ronnie mocks her until she sees what Betty traded the stamps in for.

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Fire Bugged
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Trying to demonstrate to Mr. Lodge that Christmas trees are fire traps, Archie manages to burn tree after tree to ashes.
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Bill Woggon
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Published September 1960 by Archie
A Thousand to One
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Bob White
"A Thousand to One"
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A Thousand to One
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Bob White
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"A Thousand to One"

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His Honor, the Jug
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Muscle and Bustle
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Fiddle-Faddle
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The Short Way Home
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Questions and Answers!
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Fish and Flips
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Kiss and Kill
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Trying for Sighs
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Fee for Two
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Hop Flop!
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Skip, Hop, Thump!
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Dinner for One
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A Day at the Beach
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie suggests to Betty and Veronica that it would be relaxing to spend a day at the beach before going to a big dance. He soon finds it's relaxing for them, not for him.
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Published December 1960 by Archie
Togetherness
Frank Doyle
Bill Vigoda ?
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper
"Togetherness" Reggie convinces Jughead that since Jughead and Archie are good friends and that opposites attract, his friendship with Archie means he's a terrible person.
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Togetherness
Writer
Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper
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"Togetherness" Reggie convinces Jughead that since Jughead and Archie are good friends and that opposites attract, his friendship with Archie means he's a terrible person.

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Knight and Day
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George Gladir
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Bill Vigoda
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Archie takes Mr. Lodge's advice too literally

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A Sight For Sore Eyes
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George Gladir
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Bill Vigoda
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Reggie blindfolds himself for his date with Betty.

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Good For Nothing
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Joe Edwards ?
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Samm Schwartz
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Leroy decides to be good, hoping reverse psychology will prod Veronica into doing what he wants.

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Jughead Discusses the Teenager
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George Gladir
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Visualized examples of how teenagers are viewed by different segments of society.

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Daffy Laffies
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George Gladir
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Five illustrated limericks.

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Love, Love, Love
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Betty gets the gang to try to convince Jughead that love isn't the anathema he thinks it is.

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The Eyes Had it
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Samm Schwartz
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Uncle Herman bores Jughead with his boastful anecdotes of his experience as an African big game hunter.

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Capital Pun-Ishment
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Joe Edwards ?
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Joe Edwards ?
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Jughead has a unique mnemonic method.

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Across the Plate
Script
Frank Doyle
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Jughead tries to borrow twenty dollars.

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Time Tells
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Archie almost runs Mr. Weatherbee down with his jalopy.

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Speed King
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Pop hints that Jughead is too lethargic.

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Animal Laffs
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George Gladir
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Samm Schwartz ?
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Series of jokes involving animals.

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What A Boy
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Pipsqueak browses a toy store.

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Beat to the Punch
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Moose comes looking for Jughead, intent on brutalizing him. But Jughead professes no fear of Mr. Mason.

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Rock and Rile
Script
George Gladir
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Bob White (page 1); Dan DeCarlo (pages 2-6)
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Archie's plans for a romantic jaunt in the country are ruined when Veronica invites Jughead along.

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Precocious Pup
Script
George Gladir
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead plays checkers with a dog.

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Be Prepared
Script
George Gladir
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Harry Lucey
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Moose tries to go ice skating on unfrozen water.

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Victory At the Polls
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead tries to get Reggie elected junior class President by running him as a mystery candidate whose identity will only be revealed if he wins.

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Art For Art's Sake
Script
George Gladir
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George Frese ?
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Jughead takes up painting.

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Cook Before You Leap
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead signs up for Home Economics Cooking as a means of getting more opportunities to eat.

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Jughead Presents His Jingle Jambouree
Script
George Gladir ?
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Samm Schwartz
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Series of rhymes outlining Jughead's philosophy of life.

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The Long and Short of It
Script
Frank Doyle
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Reggie and Archie desperately want to make fun of Jughead's Bermuda shorts, but fear the consequences.

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Big Spending
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx speculates on what she would do with a million dollars.

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Foreign Entanglement
Script
George Gladir
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Bill Vigoda
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Jughead poses as a French count on the phone to get Veronica to back out of her date with Archie, so he can go to a basketball game with Jughead.

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You Can't Win
Script
Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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Jughead and Archie plot to get Veronica to forgive Archie by Archie defending her against Jughead's insults.
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Published February 1961 by Archie
A Job for Jingles
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Jingles; Mary Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Pop Tate; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Smithers; Betty Cooper; Santa Claus
"A Job for Jingles" Archie meets Jingles, a magical brownie from Santa's workshop, who can't be seen by adults, only by kids. Archie introduces the visitor to his friends, while Jingles uses his invisibilty and magic powers to mess with the grown-ups' minds. After meeting Archie's friends, particularly his gorgeous girlfriends, Jingles returns to the North Pole with a positive report and a new outfit.
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A Job for Jingles
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jingles; Mary Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Pop Tate; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Smithers; Betty Cooper; Santa Claus
Storyline
"A Job for Jingles" Archie meets Jingles, a magical brownie from Santa's workshop, who can't be seen by adults, only by kids. Archie introduces the visitor to his friends, while Jingles uses his invisibilty and magic powers to mess with the grown-ups' minds. After meeting Archie's friends, particularly his gorgeous girlfriends, Jingles returns to the North Pole with a positive report and a new outfit.

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Not Even a Moose
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
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When Archie plays Santa for a school charity drive, Moose thinks he's really Santa Claus, and Archie takes advantage of this to let Midge sit on his lap. Reggie tries to convince Moose that if he pulls Santa's beard, he'll find it's just Archie.

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Those Christmas Blues!
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Bob White
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When Archie goes over to Veronica's instead of staying home to trim the tree, his parents think the family Christmases have come to an end, and reminisce about past holiday seasons with Archie.
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Published June 1961 by Archie
Love Struck
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Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo ?
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle
"Love Struck" Betty has her arm in a sling after spraining her wrist playing field hockey. Everyone asks what happened, except for Archie, who ignores Betty entirely to tend to Veronica, who has a tiny cut on her finger.
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Love Struck
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Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo ?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle
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"Love Struck" Betty has her arm in a sling after spraining her wrist playing field hockey. Everyone asks what happened, except for Archie, who ignores Betty entirely to tend to Veronica, who has a tiny cut on her finger.

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Surprise Package
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It's Veronica's birthday, and Archie gets her a present from a cereal box.

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Measure for Measure
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Mr. Lodge measures how much taller Veronica has gotten. He also measures how much wider Mrs. Lodge has gotten.

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Youthful Eyefull
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Archie says rock and roll artists are getting younger all the time.

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Bum Steer
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Archie is teaching Veronica how to drive.

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Customer's Choice
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After the salesman shows Veronica nearly all the shoes in the store, she finds a pair she likes--except for one thing.

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Cheaper by the Gross
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Veronica needs a wheelbarrow to carry all the records she buys.

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Kool Kitten
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While watching a movie in a theater, Veronica tells Archie that she's cold.

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Speak Your Mind
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie can't understand why Betty lets Veronica insult her. Betty says that friends can be honest with each other. Archie decides to try it on Veronica, who becomes irate.

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Rumor at the Top
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty made two New Year's resolutions: "not to gossip" and "to share things with others." When she hears a juicy rumor she doesn't know which resolution to keep.

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Free Choice
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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In Command
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy is allowed to give orders to the other baseball players because it's his baseball.

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Change for the Better
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica wants to break her date with Archie so she can date a major from the exclusive Milltown Military Academy. Nobody wants to help her do it.

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Kitchen Crisis
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica decides she's going to bake muffins, which sends everyone into a panic.

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Spellbound
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?
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Joe Edwards ?
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While out on a drive with her father, Jinx is spelling all the signs out loud, including one on a car that says p-o-l-i-c-e.

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The Robot's Revolt
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica takes credit for molding Archie into the perfect boyfriend. Betty tells Veronica she's stifling Archie's personality. At the same time, Jughead is lecturing Archie on not agreeing to everything Veronica tells him. When Archie and Veronica next meet they both try to change their ways, but end up falling back into the same pattern.

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A Sport Record
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy wants to borrow one of Daphne's records. Daphne thinks he's developing an appreciation of music, but Shrimpy just want to use it to replace his broken ping pong paddle.

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A Burst of Freedom
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy's friend's balloon gets loose and bursts against a tree. She says it was a "case of too much freedom!"

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Believe It or Not
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie and Jughead are annoyed by the girls' habit of answering a statement with a question like "It didn't!"

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Call Me Mister
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica has a pet rabbit. When it gets loose, everyone keeps bringing Archie to Veronica, thinking he's the "cuddle bunny" she's missing.

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The Shadows
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie can't remember if he asked Betty or Veronica for a date, though both claimed he did. He flips a coin and Betty wins. Veronica stalks them all evening. After Archie takes out another girl, Betty and Veronica declare a truce, but when Veronica has a date with Archie, Betty is back in stalking mode.
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Published September 1961 by Archie
"Whatcha doin', Katy?"
Bill Woggon (signed)
Bill Woggon (signed)
Bill Woggon (signed)
""Whatcha doin', Katy?""
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"Whatcha doin', Katy?"
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Bill Woggon (signed)
Interior Art
Bill Woggon (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Woggon (signed)
Storyline
""Whatcha doin', Katy?""

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Yes! We Have No Bananas!
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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A Sad But Glad Dog Tale
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Poetry and Hot Rods
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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One For the Books
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Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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"I'm going to buy some of that candy!"
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Katy's Photo Album
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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"Katy Keene! You've gained ten pounds!"
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Jeri Hanson (plot); Bill Woggon (script)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Summertime Queen
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Horse Power
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Katy Goes Karting
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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The Return of the Monster on Curly's Ranch
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Bill Woggon (signed)
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Published October 1961 by Archie
The Plungers
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge
"The Plungers" The girls find the water in Veronica's pool too cold to jump into, so Archie and Jughead give them some even colder water from a hose.
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The Plungers
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge
Storyline
"The Plungers" The girls find the water in Veronica's pool too cold to jump into, so Archie and Jughead give them some even colder water from a hose.

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Lest We Forget
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie chides Veronica for constantly forgetting things: her shoes, words, and -- apparently -- her purse.

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Foul Bawl
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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A crying, inconsolable Veronica sees Archie off at the train station, then immediately goes to the beach with a handsome new boy. When the train breaks down, Archie comes back and goes looking for Ronnie, worried that she's heartbroken over his departure.

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The False Friend
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty offers to break her date with Archie and let Veronica go out with him, and Veronica refuses, convinced that this is some conspiracy against her.

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Seeing Is Deceiving
Script
Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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After Archie brags that he'd never be jealous, Veronica tries to test him by letting him think her old friend Toni Clark is a boy named Tony.

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Readers Choice
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Jughead borrows a book from Veronica's library, and to Veronica's horror, the book is "Playing the Game," the book that taught her all her secrets for manipulating men. Betty and Veronica try to get the book away from Jughead before Archie gets a look at it.

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Here's Health
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica gets a date with a handsome lifeguard, but he turns out to be a health nut.

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Love in Bloom
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Dan DeCarlo
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The new boy next door brings Betty a huge bouquet of flowers.

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Rough Sailing
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Dan DeCarlo
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Reggie promises Betty a day on his pleasure craft, but the boat turns out to be a raft.

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Fore-Warned
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica hits her golf ball into the woods. Betty warns her to be alert when Reggie goes to help her find it.

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Kiss-Proof
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty buys lipstick advertised as "irresistible," but Archie finds it easy to resist.

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Cool Rule
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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When Archie jumps into the bleachers to catch a fly ball, Veronica has to remind Betty that she can only keep the baseball, not the baseball player.

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All by Herself
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx's parents go out looking for her. Meanwhile, Jinx has come home to watch television.

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Age Before Beauty
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty is upset when Veronica makes fun of her reproduction of an 18th century writing desk. Jughead decides to fool Veronica by making Betty's desk look like a real antique.

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Sound Off
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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The crowd at Pop's is so loud that Betty and Veronica go to adjoining phone booths to gossip by phone.

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High Hope$! [High Hopes]
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy finds a dollar, but gives it back to the boy who lost it, who just happens to be going to the candy store.

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Look of Knowledge
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Hap wants Jinx to watch an educational TV program.

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Beau in Tow
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Trudy makes sure she doesn't lose her boyfriend, by leading him with a chain and collar.

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The Mighty Mole
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Dan DeCarlo
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Reggie burrows like a mole to sneak up on girls at the beach.

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The Pet Set
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty tries to get Archie's attention by appearing in a pet shop window with a "Take Me Home" sign.
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Published December 1961 by Archie
Calling Doctor Jones
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Archie Andrews; Mr Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; Miss Grundy
"Calling Doctor Jones"
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Calling Doctor Jones
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Archie Andrews; Mr Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; Miss Grundy
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"Calling Doctor Jones"

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Chalk One Up!
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His Knightly Meal
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A Word to the Wise
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Color Colleagues
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?
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Shop Wise
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Daffy-Nitions
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Tight Squeeze
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The Weaker Sex!
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The Big Beat
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Chap. 1 "Have Gun, Will Grovel"
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Chap. 2 "Enter, Bad Bertram"
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Chapter 3 "Showdown"
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Chapter 4 Juggie Saves the Day
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It Pays to Advertise
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In the Know
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Copy Cats
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Just a Guest
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Eat Treat
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The Tender Trap
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Call Me Perfect
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High Hopes
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Pun-Tastic
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Psy-Kick
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Suspicions Confirmed
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Chins Up!
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Fly Now, Pay Later
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Harry Lucey
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Published June 1962 by Archie
Western Ways
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Johnson
"Western Ways" Betty and Veronica go to a dude ranch, where they spend all their time doing city-slicker things.
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Western Ways
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Johnson
Storyline
"Western Ways" Betty and Veronica go to a dude ranch, where they spend all their time doing city-slicker things.

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Heart of Stone
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Mr. Lodge overhears Veronica saying that he's a pushover, so he makes up a non-existent dance and refuses to give her permission to go. As usual, the plot backfires on him.

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The Right Touch!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx wants her father's advice on where to place her waste paper basket.

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Top Kick
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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After he sees Miss Grundy talking to the girls like a drill sergeant, Mr. Weatherbee tells her to be a pal to her students.

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Tradition
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Archie asks Veronica when she's going to follow her yearly tradition of breaking their prom date and going with another boy.

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Surprised Party
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica plans to surprise Archie by baking him a pie, but Betty can't help giving the surprise away.

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Top Me Again
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica feels guilty about always topping Betty at everything, while Betty is downright angry about it.

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Wee Trees!
Script
Joe Harold
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Joe Harold
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Shrimpy finds a large tree so he can carve "Shrimpy Loves Bridget" on it.

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The Tab Hunter
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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After meeting Pop Tate's gorgeous nephew Bill, Veronica tricks Archie into insisting that she should go on a date with Bill.

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Rocks of Ruck
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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All the girls sign up for geology class when a handsome geology teacher arrives at the school.

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Ring-a-Ding
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Archie finds an abandoned engagement ring and puts it on Betty's finger. Betty hopes this will lead Veronica to think she's engaged to Archie, but Veronica isn't buying it no matter how often Betty shoves the ring in her face.

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Hide and Seek
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica tries to avoid Archie so he can't ask her to the dance before a handsome college man does.
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Published September 1962 by Archie
Grand Hotel
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Bobby Barren; Clyde; Smithers; Hiram Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"Grand Hotel" Singer Bobby Barren and his manager, Clyde decide to stay at the Lodge mansion, which they mistake for a hotel.
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Grand Hotel
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Bobby Barren; Clyde; Smithers; Hiram Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Grand Hotel" Singer Bobby Barren and his manager, Clyde decide to stay at the Lodge mansion, which they mistake for a hotel.

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Art Treasures
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx's father takes her to an art museum.

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The Holdout
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty and Veronica try to get Archie to come to Veronica's pool instead of going to the beach.

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Summer Camp Story
Script
Dexter Taylor
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Dexter Taylor
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While cleaning out Betty's garage, Veronica finds Betty's diary from the time they went to summer camp together.

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Skin Deep
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Archie is asked to judge whether Betty or Veronica has the better tan.

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Cupid Calls
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica scoffs at Betty's claim of "love at first sight" after seeing a handsome boy on the beach.

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Muscle Hustle
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty and Veronica are drawn to a lifeguard's muscled body.

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The Boat Builder
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?
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Dan DeCarlo
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Archie makes improvements to his boat.

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One-Way Streets
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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While roller-skating, Shrimpy wishes all streets ran downhill.

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The Wading Game
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Archie can't decide if he'd rather play tennis or swim.

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Jughead's Passion
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Jughead attempts to save Brunhilda from drowning.
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Published December 1962 by Archie
Secret Pals
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Pop Tate; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
"Secret Pals" After watching a psychiatrist on TV, Jughead realizes that his love of food is just a substitute for the emotional energy other boys put into loving girls. Archie thinks the theory is ridiculous, but when he realizes how screwed up his love life is, he decides to join Jughead in loving hamburgers instead.
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Secret Pals
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Pop Tate; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Secret Pals" After watching a psychiatrist on TV, Jughead realizes that his love of food is just a substitute for the emotional energy other boys put into loving girls. Archie thinks the theory is ridiculous, but when he realizes how screwed up his love life is, he decides to join Jughead in loving hamburgers instead.

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The Champion
Script
Dexter Taylor
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Dexter Taylor
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Jughead wins a chance to make his own sundae at Pop's, and makes the biggest sundae anyone has ever seen.

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Malady Melody
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Archie sneaks into a sick Jughead's house to see him.

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Infallible Jones
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
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Jughead bets that every prediction he makes today will come true.

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Professor Jughead's Educational Corner
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
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Professor Jughead lectures on how to deal with a boring person.

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The Invisible Man
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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After Jughead insults him once too often, Reggie declares that he will no longer acknowledge Jughead's existence.

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Strangest Adventure
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Aliens from the planet Ecch decide to perform an experiment by giving super-powers to a typical Earth creature. They pick Jughead, who is transformed into the costumed superhero Superdroop, foiling an evil plan to flood the market with counterfeit pretzels.

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Three Time Loser
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Jughead's friends team up to cure his food addiction by limiting him to three meals a day.

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Out of Order
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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The Write Way!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
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Published January 1963 by Archie
The Return of Jingles
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Jingles; Jughead Jones; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Santa Claus; Jangles; Jeeves
"The Return of Jingles" Archie and his friends get another Christmas visit from Jingles, Santa's delinquent brownie. This time around, two of Jingles' fellow brownies, Jangles and Jeeves, make an unauthorized visit, and the three magical creatures get into a pier six brawl over who gets Riverdale as his territory.
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The Return of Jingles
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jingles; Jughead Jones; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Santa Claus; Jangles; Jeeves
Storyline
"The Return of Jingles" Archie and his friends get another Christmas visit from Jingles, Santa's delinquent brownie. This time around, two of Jingles' fellow brownies, Jangles and Jeeves, make an unauthorized visit, and the three magical creatures get into a pier six brawl over who gets Riverdale as his territory.

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Escape
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
This Christmas, Mr. Lodge is going away on a vacation so Archie won't ruin the holiday for him. Unfortunately, Veronica has forgotten to reserve her father's plane ticket, and when Archie tries to make the reservation, he winds up getting Mr. Lodge shipped to Alaska.
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