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The Mirth of a Nation gets his own book! Archie's 1st issue came out in 1942, and it's been going strong ever since! In "Prom Pranks", Archie writes millionaire heiress Veronica Lodge an invitation to the prom, just for kicks. But when Jughead accidentally sends it and she accepts, Archie has to juggle two dates in one night! Witness the birth of the world's most famous Love Triangle! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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After receiving a genuine bolt-action rifle for his birthday, Archie looks to join Riverdale High’s rifle team. But when Betty and Veronica mistakenly think that he’s headed for the track and field squad, Arch realizes that he must be in two places at once to impress the gals! His best pal Jughead agrees to take his place at the rifle club meet—but is he a perfect shot or a perfect mess? Then, meet Sir Archibald of the Round Table, along with other classic characters! Over 60 pages of classic Archie goodness! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“Negative Psychology.” The students of Riverdale High are nominating worthy class presidents - so how did Archie’s name get into the mix? He’s stuck running for election despite the overwhelming disdain for his nomination. Now Jughead has to work overtime to stop his best pal from receiving any votes! Can they put a halt to his unwanted campaign? As an added trivia bonus, this is the final comic under the MLJ banner. Be sure to keep a lookout for the first appearance of the company as Archie Comics! Nearly 50 pages of quality stories! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"The Potent Polka": When Archie and Veronica have a spat, he tries to make it up to her by entering her in a beauty contest! But Betty has invited herself, and the girls have both been admiring the same swimsuit to model! Who will be crowned beauty queen? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Low-Down Highbrow": Archie is leaving town for a week, and that can only mean one thing--Reggie's going to try his luck with Veroncia! Can Arch convince Jughead to keep her occupied all week? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Very Kindly Yours": In an effort to show the staff of Riverdale High that they're appreciated, Betty and Veronica have organized a "Be Kind to Teachers" Week! The boys aren't convinced, but only because they're getting detention for harebrained stunts! When they have a change of heart, can they show the teachers that they really do want to turn over a new leaf? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"That's The Point": Safety is the name of the game! The Riverdale High gang is putting signs up all over town to help drivers and pedestrians observe traffic safety laws. Can Archie propel this safety campaign to success? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Give Us a Brake": Jughead's finally gotten a car! But it might be the only one on Earth that's WORSE than Archie's! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"You're Breaking My Art!" Archie's latest attempt to get in good with Ms. Grundy is to enter the school art contest. He's asked Betty to pose for him, but she sure won't like his painting when it's finished! Why? You'll have to read to find out! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Life's No Picnic": A drive home in the rain isn't so bad--unless you're sitting under Archie's ragged car top! The gang takes shelter in an old house until the rain stops, but there are some spooky sounds echoing through the dark hallways. Is this house haunted..? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Scrambled Canastas": It's Veronica's birthday, and Archie wants to get her a set of Canasta cards! He sends Jughead down to the department store to pick it up for him, but it seems like there was some kind of communication breakdown. Will Jughead manage to get it right in the end? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Swing Your Partner": There's a square dance at Riverdale High tonight, but it's such a new phenomenon that half the kids don't know how to do it! It seems like everyone's partnered off as a teacher or student--except Archie! Will he get a chance to learn before it's too late ?DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Early to Bed": Archie has a problem with coming to school late, and his father has sent him to bed early as punishment. But things look like they might end up worse than that when the police arrive at the Andrews' door! Is Archie going to prison? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“Memories.” Take a trip through Archie’s childhood as Mr. & Mrs. Andrews open up the family photo album. As it turns out, the troublesome teen was once a rambunctious rattler! Each snapshot tells the story of how a younger Archie turned his father bald. As Mr. Andrews gets more upset, will today’s teenager pay for his past transgressions? Plus - learn the secret of being an “Alibi Artist”! Almost 50 classic pages of Archie Comics! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“Monkey Shines.” They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but Archie’s new pet may take this idea too far! Riverdale goes bananas when Arch buys a monkey that replicates whatever he sees. This primate quickly causes too much trouble for the Andrews household, but can Jughead, Betty or Veronica handle his antics? See Squeaky’s shenanigans along with more tales from Archie and Dotty & Ditto! Get ready for 50 pages of side-splitting hilarity! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here for historical reference.
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“A Horse’s Tale.” The upcoming masquerade party has Archie searching for the perfect costume. As a fantastic friend, he blackmails Jughead into being the horse to his medieval knight. When the price is too high to afford both outfits, Arch decides to build a suit of armor from household items. One breadbox helmet later and his armor is complete—but can he win the prize for best costume? Featuring 50 great pages of comics, including a Dotty and Ditto story and puzzle! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“Circus Serenade.” Elephants, high-divers and Archie—what could go wrong? Bingle B. Bungling’s circus comes to town and the quirky redhead hopes to take Veronica to see it. Needing some cash to pay for the tickets, Archie begins working under the big top with disastrous results! With a date hanging in the balance, can he afford a ticket to the show? And don’t miss the other stories in this 55-page book featuring Jughead & Souphead, Bumbie and Cubby! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today.
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“The Hunter.” Tired of the rabbits destroying Mrs. Andrews’ garden, Archie pledges to rid Riverdale of the furry menaces forever! With Jughead at his side, he sets out to catch as many critters as possible. These are no ordinary bunnies though—as they are able to outsmart the teenagers at every turn! Can Archie avenge the family garden, or has the hunter become the hunted? If that’s not enough, see how Betty and Veronica plan on spending their Thanksgiving! All that and more! Over 40 pages! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“The Little Things in Life.” A simple bicycle race between rivals begins a monster headache for Mr. Andrews! Reggie and Archie race around Riverdale, but our favorite redhead wrecks his bike before the official contest can begin. To raise funds for a repair, Arch starts a babysitting service without consulting his parents. How can he watch these infants and keep Mr. Andrews from finding out? There are over 40 pages to love here, including an appearance from Dotty and Ditto! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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Zogi the Yogi selects Archie as his assistant for the night’s rigged magic act. The redhead is outfitted with a trick jacket—one that holds all of the performer’s secrets. Unfortunately for Zogi, Arch’s dog Oscar keeps causing trouble in the theater! Can the magic apprentice calm his canine, or will his fantastic failure be mystifying? There's more than 55 pages of Archie’s pals ‘n’ gals, Bumbie the Bee-tective and Cubby the Bear! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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