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Published February 2000 by Archie
Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Four
Paul Castiglia
Bill Golliher
Bill Golliher (signed)
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Ethel Muggs; Chuck Clayton; Dilton Doiley; Waldo Weatherbee; Midge Klump; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper; Geraldine Grundy
"Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Four"
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Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Four
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Bill Golliher
Cover Art
Bill Golliher (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Ethel Muggs; Chuck Clayton; Dilton Doiley; Waldo Weatherbee; Midge Klump; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper; Geraldine Grundy
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"Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Four"

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Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Three
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Paul Castiglia
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Bill Golliher
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Know Your Heroes! Presents the Origin of the Shield
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Jim Valentino (signed)
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One page origin of MLJ superhero, the Shield.

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Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part Two
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Paul Castiglia
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Bill Golliher
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Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale: Part One
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Paul Castiglia
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Bill Golliher
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Published April 2000 by Archie
A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter One)
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz (?)
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Waldo Weatherbee; Moose Mason; Mighty Crusaders [Shield; Comet; Web; Black Jack; Steel Sterling]; Brain Emperor; Buzzard; Dream Demon; Eraser; Brontosaurus; Eterno; Lodestone
"A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter One)" At a comic convention, Archie, Jughead and Moose find some of their favorite comics. Mr. Weatherbee sells Archie a large box of Mighty Crusaders books. Later, as Archie is reading them, the Mighty Crusaders appear outside his house, fighting a malevolent legion of juggernauts.
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A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter One)
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (?)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Waldo Weatherbee; Moose Mason; Mighty Crusaders [Shield; Comet; Web; Black Jack; Steel Sterling]; Brain Emperor; Buzzard; Dream Demon; Eraser; Brontosaurus; Eterno; Lodestone
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"A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter One)" At a comic convention, Archie, Jughead and Moose find some of their favorite comics. Mr. Weatherbee sells Archie a large box of Mighty Crusaders books. Later, as Archie is reading them, the Mighty Crusaders appear outside his house, fighting a malevolent legion of juggernauts.

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Know Your Heroes!
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Steven Butler
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A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter Two)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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As the battle continues on Archie's front yard, the Brain Emperor realizes he cannot survive in Archie's world. Seeking out someone strong in body but weak in mind, the Emperor possesses Moose!

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A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter Three)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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The fight continues as the Crusaders get weaker and a mind-controlled Moose aids the villains in their war. Archie then calls upon other Crusaders to help the first team, including Mr. Justice.

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A Mighty Weird Crusade (Chapter Four)
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Paul Castiglia
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Fernando Ruiz
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Mr. Justice then calls up the supernatural creatures of Riverdale to aid the Crusaders in defeating the villainous horde. Not waiting for the inevitable, the Brain Emperor releases Moose and escapes with the villains in his rocketship. Mr. Justice orders the creatures back to their supernatural world, then transports the Crusaders back to their world, leaving Archie, Jughead and a confused Moose to remember the adventure.
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Published July 2000 by Archie
A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter I)
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Hot Dog; Bo and Gus; Casey
"A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter I)" Archie decides to enroll in "Bo and Gus's Paranormal Investigation Camp." In order to get the group rate, he convinces Jughead, Betty and Veronica to go with him. The gang borrows a "Mystery Mobile" van from Jughead's uncle, and Hot Dog tags along. They arrive at the camp and are getting settled in when a shadow threatening Betty scares Jughead and Hot Dog.
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Story Title
A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter I)
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Hot Dog; Bo and Gus; Casey
Storyline
"A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter I)" Archie decides to enroll in "Bo and Gus's Paranormal Investigation Camp." In order to get the group rate, he convinces Jughead, Betty and Veronica to go with him. The gang borrows a "Mystery Mobile" van from Jughead's uncle, and Hot Dog tags along. They arrive at the camp and are getting settled in when a shadow threatening Betty scares Jughead and Hot Dog.

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A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter II)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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The shadow belongs to an old hermit that warns Jughead and Betty of the leaf monster. As Archie and Veronica are having some private time, Archie sees the Leaf Monster out the window. As he and Veronica give chase, the sheriff shows up and warns the teens about the crazy monsters that have shown up since the school's opening. The hermit disappears, and the gang develops some odd, new phrases like "Jinkies!" and "Zoinks!". Even Hot Dog starts to talk, saying phrases like "RUH-ROH!"

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A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter III)
Script
Paul Castiglia
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Fernando Ruiz
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The monster gives the kids the slip and they start to attend the camp's seminars. Jughead gets hungry and decides to raid the kitchen, with Hot Dog's help. While there, they find nothing to eat but boxes of leaves and "Gooby Snax" -- a type of dog biscuit. That's when the leaf monster finds them and chases them to the lecture hall.

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Know Your Heroes!
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Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Ken Penders
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A Familiar Old Haunt (Chapter IV)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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Veronica escapes the Leaf Monster and the kids race outside only to find 3 more leaf monsters. However, the real Sheriff shows up with a leaf blower, and the disguises of the hermit, Gus, Casey, and the fake sheriff are revealed. It was Betty who solved the mystery by putting together the clues and calling the real Sheriff.
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Published February 2001 by Archie
The Origin of the Shield
Paul Castiglia
Jim Valentino
Frenando Ruiz
Shield (Joe Higgins); Shield (Joe Higgins, Jr)
"The Origin of the Shield"
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The Origin of the Shield
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Jim Valentino
Cover Art
Frenando Ruiz
Character Appearances
Shield (Joe Higgins); Shield (Joe Higgins, Jr)
Storyline
"The Origin of the Shield"

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Fear Of Frost
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
The Riverdale teens don't respect Frost, so Jack and Jill will show them a cold time.
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Published April 2001 by Archie
Bob Phantom Presents: In-Line Skating Without Injuries
Paul Castiglia
Gordon Powell
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Bob Phantom
"Bob Phantom Presents: In-Line Skating Without Injuries"
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Bob Phantom Presents: In-Line Skating Without Injuries
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Gordon Powell
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Bob Phantom
Storyline
"Bob Phantom Presents: In-Line Skating Without Injuries"

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The Return of Scarlet
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
The vampires decide to use both Archie and Scarlet to go against Beaumont.
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Published June 2001 by Archie
The Thinking Man's Rat
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Dilton; Archie; Veronica; Betty; Ratagnan; Jughead; Mr. Lodge; Mr. Andrews; Pop Tate; Mr. Weatherbee; Reggie
"The Thinking Man's Rat" Archie makes super smart rats.
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The Thinking Man's Rat
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Dilton; Archie; Veronica; Betty; Ratagnan; Jughead; Mr. Lodge; Mr. Andrews; Pop Tate; Mr. Weatherbee; Reggie
Storyline
"The Thinking Man's Rat" Archie makes super smart rats.
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Published August 2001 by Archie
The Return Of The Mighty Crusaders
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Pureheart [Archie Andrews]; Captain Hero [Jughead Jones]; Evilheart [Reggie Mantle]; Superteen [Betty Cooper]; Ms. Vanity [Veronica Lodge]; Mighty Moose [Moose Mason]; The Mighty Crusaders [Black Jack; Shield; The Fox; The Wizard (cameo); Black Hood; Captain Flag; Jaguar; The Web; Steel Sterling; Comet; Dusty (cameo); Inferno (cameo); Fireball (cameo)]; Eraser (villain); Monster Master (villain); Mary Andrews; Fred Andrews
"The Return Of The Mighty Crusaders" The Eraser defeats the Mighty Crusaders by sending them into Limbo, including the Alternate Crusaders. Black Jack escapes into Archie's dimension to recruit their help, since the Riverdale teens are superheroes in Black Jack's dimension. The teens gain their powers and defeat the Eraser and his ally the Monster Master, and free the Mighty Crusaders.
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Published August 2001 by Archie

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Story Title
The Return Of The Mighty Crusaders
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Pureheart [Archie Andrews]; Captain Hero [Jughead Jones]; Evilheart [Reggie Mantle]; Superteen [Betty Cooper]; Ms. Vanity [Veronica Lodge]; Mighty Moose [Moose Mason]; The Mighty Crusaders [Black Jack; Shield; The Fox; The Wizard (cameo); Black Hood; Captain Flag; Jaguar; The Web; Steel Sterling; Comet; Dusty (cameo); Inferno (cameo); Fireball (cameo)]; Eraser (villain); Monster Master (villain); Mary Andrews; Fred Andrews
Storyline
"The Return Of The Mighty Crusaders" The Eraser defeats the Mighty Crusaders by sending them into Limbo, including the Alternate Crusaders. Black Jack escapes into Archie's dimension to recruit their help, since the Riverdale teens are superheroes in Black Jack's dimension. The teens gain their powers and defeat the Eraser and his ally the Monster Master, and free the Mighty Crusaders.

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Story Title
The Origin Of Steel Sterling
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Steven Butler
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Published February 2002 by Archie
Let It Snow!
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Archie; Betty; triplets; Jack Frost; Wind Jill; Ashley Collins; Spring Thaw; Old Man Winter
"Let It Snow!" Archie tells the triplets a story. Little Ashley Collins, who lived in a warm clime, longed to see snow for Christmas. Jack Frost would have provided snow, but Old Man Winter forbade using powers to change the rhythm of nature. Jack, Jill, and Spring stole a snow-making machine, played in the snow with Ashley through the night, convinced her it was all a happy dream, and melted the snow by morning.
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Story Title
Let It Snow!
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie; Betty; triplets; Jack Frost; Wind Jill; Ashley Collins; Spring Thaw; Old Man Winter
Storyline
"Let It Snow!" Archie tells the triplets a story. Little Ashley Collins, who lived in a warm clime, longed to see snow for Christmas. Jack Frost would have provided snow, but Old Man Winter forbade using powers to change the rhythm of nature. Jack, Jill, and Spring stole a snow-making machine, played in the snow with Ashley through the night, convinced her it was all a happy dream, and melted the snow by morning.

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It's Season's Screaming at Beaumont's Curiosity Shop!
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?
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?
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Spooky gifts, just in time for the horrordays.

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Food For Thought... Or Not!
Script
Paul Castiglia (credited)
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz (credited)
Story Line
Jarvie Frozen Dinners are accidentally over-frozen before being shipped, numbing the brains of everyone who eats them. Since Veronica disdains such low-class food, she soon becomes the smartest person in Riverdale. She investigates and tracks to problem back to Jarvie, which quickly ships hot chocolate to restore the brains of Riverdale.
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Published April 2002 by Archie
The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter One)
Paul Castiglia
Fernando Ruiz (pg. 1 (signed); 2-6)
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Waldo Weatherbee; Professor Benjamin Flutesnoot; Wendy Wistful; Mr. Svenson (cameo); Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Ethel Muggs
"The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter One)" Professor Flutesnoot invites Wendy Wistful -- a leading expert on aromatherapy, and an old crush of the Professor's-- to help him teach a class on the effects of aromatherapy. Suddenly, a butterfly is doused in a powerful pheromone and sprinkles the potion over the class, causing all the couples to spontaneously change partners.
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Story Title
The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter One)
Writer
Paul Castiglia
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz (pg. 1 (signed); 2-6)
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Waldo Weatherbee; Professor Benjamin Flutesnoot; Wendy Wistful; Mr. Svenson (cameo); Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Ethel Muggs
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"The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter One)" Professor Flutesnoot invites Wendy Wistful -- a leading expert on aromatherapy, and an old crush of the Professor's-- to help him teach a class on the effects of aromatherapy. Suddenly, a butterfly is doused in a powerful pheromone and sprinkles the potion over the class, causing all the couples to spontaneously change partners.

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Story Title
The Origin of Black Jack
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
James Fry
Story Line

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The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter Two)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
Concerned with the love-drugged class, Professor Flutesnoot breaks Archie out of his narcissistic spell. Then, the two of them go to see the only man who might help them: Beaumont.

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The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! (Chapter Three)
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
Beamount says to give the aromatherapy time and it will wear off naturally. So, at the dance, Professor Flutesnoot breaks Wendy out of the spell by complimenting her. Archie then briefly shorts the lights at the dance, and when they come back on, the potion's effects have worn off. Everyone is back to normal, except Reggie and Ethel, who find they really like each other.

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Story Title
How Not to Capture A Bigfoot!
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
Sam Squatch narrates a story of how not to catch a Bigfoot when Mr. Lodge and Mr. Weatherbee come after him.
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Published June 2002 by Archie
"Hi, gang!"
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Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Archie; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Edison; Fred Ott; George Washington; Abraham Lincoln; Richard Nixon; Charlie Chaplin; Charles A. Lindbergh; Babe Ruth; Louis Armstrong; Harry Houdini
""Hi, gang!"" Introduction to the characters encountered in Topsy-Turvy during the main story.
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"Hi, gang!"
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Fernando Ruiz (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Edison; Fred Ott; George Washington; Abraham Lincoln; Richard Nixon; Charlie Chaplin; Charles A. Lindbergh; Babe Ruth; Louis Armstrong; Harry Houdini
Storyline
""Hi, gang!"" Introduction to the characters encountered in Topsy-Turvy during the main story.

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The Attack of the Hybrid Monster Part Two
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Inspirations for the Hybrid Monster

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Yesterday Starts Tomorrow!
Script
Paul Castiglia (credited); Jason Shrum (credited) (original story idea)
Pencils
Frank Borth (credited)
Story Line
The calendar in Riverdale is running backward, but only Archie, Jughead, and Dilton notice. They consult Dr. Beaumont, who leads them to Time Terrace, where they find that Father Time's inept son Tick-Tock has let time get out of hand. The five enter Topsy-Turvy, where time slips wildly, to find Father Time, who returns to Time Terrace and quickly sets things aright.
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Published December 2002 by Archie
Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter One)
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz
Fernando Ruiz
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Dilton Doiley
"Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter One)"
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Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter One)
Writer
Fernando Ruiz
Interior Art
Fernando Ruiz
Cover Art
Fernando Ruiz
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Dilton Doiley
Storyline
"Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter One)"

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Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter Two)
Script
Fernando Ruiz
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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Reggie's Weird Jokes
Script
Fernando Ruiz
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
Story Line
Reggie looks at weird jokes including the Cardiff Giant, crop circles, and the Loch Ness Monster.

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Mystery of Lodge Manor (Chapter Three)
Script
Fernando Ruiz
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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My Laptop is Missing
Script
Paul Castiglia
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz
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