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  • Issue #14
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 14

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    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 27

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  • Issue #28
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 28
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    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 29
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  • Issue #30
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 30
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    "Tower of Power"; Reggie tries to kiss Midge while Moose is blowing out his birthday candles. "Silent Saga"; Reggie shows his baby picture. "Animal Antics"; Reggie & Veronica try to find a picnic table at a crowded picnic area. "Wag Gag"; Reggie jokes about Big Ethel in the beauty parlor. "Toon Lampoon"; Reggie names Archie's song. "Mr. Fix-It!" starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards; Charley tries to fix a radio. Archie Club News. "Prize Size"; Reggie admires his photo. "Check Cheek"; Reggie offers to pay for the meal. "Split Fit"; Jughead warns Reggie that Moose is coming to get him. "Nifty Gifty"; Reggie tries to get two girls to help him. Betty and Veronica ad. "Swap Flop"; Reggie and Jughead make a trade. "Reggie Presents Double Takes"; Reggie is prepared for ants; Jughead is wearing a kilt; Dilton feels like he has the whole world on his shoulders. "Deep Sleep"; Reggie wonders if he should take a siesta or kiss Midge. "Act Tact"; Reggie thinks he is a good actor. "Name Game"; The girls want a name for their volleyball team. Mad House Annual #12 ad. Archie Quarter Comics ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #31
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 31
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    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 32
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    "Spin Din"; Reggie performs his ice skating trick, the Flying Sit Spin. "Name Game"; Archie calls a TV repairman. "The Politician"; Reggie and Archie are both running for class president. "Smart Dart"; Reggie thinks Veronica's diary has blank pages. "Keep the Sleep"; Reggie is scared to wake Moose up. "Deary Query": Reggie tries to get a salesgirl's phone number. "Fame Name"; The other team's substitute football player is famous. "Jump Chumps"; Archie and Reggie accidentally win a skiing trophy. "Mind Boggler" starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards; Charley changed his mind. "Strange Struggle"; Reggie makes a pair of bookends. "Mr. Vanity"; Reggie's father tells Reggie he spends to much time in front of the mirror. "Test Jest"; Reggie sells Leroy an electric guitar. "Reggie's Word Puzzle" word search. "Flat Spat"; Someone let the air out of Archie's tires. "Drive Jive"; Veronica and Betty ask Reggie to help with their newspaper drive. "Choice Rejoice"; Moose asks Reggie to vote for Miss Snow Queen. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 33
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    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 34
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    "Feet Feat"; Reggie runs afoul of Moose yet again. "Banana Banter"; Betty gets the best of Reggie at a picnic. "Cutie Duty"; Reggie and Archie are judges at a bathing beauty contest. "Charm Alarm"; Jughead outwits Reggie. "Snap Snipe"; Reggie makes a rude comment as Betty takes Archie's picture. "Smart Art"; Miss Grundy teaches art class. "Heart Broke"; Reggie's date with Veronica doesn't end as he'd hoped. "Tennis Anyone" starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards; The old joke about noisy tennis and "raising a racket." "Nostalgic Toys"; The rest of the gang is playing with their favorite old toys, so Reggie digs out his--a mirror. "The Dreamer"; Real-life Moose has an influence on Reggie's dream about Veronica. "Reggie's Baseball Team" word search puzzle. "Pitch Switch"; Archie loses Reggie's screwdriver. Archie Club News. "Reggie's Puzzle Page." "Rubber Flubber"; Reggie plays a practical joke on Hot Dog, but it backfires. "Check Cheek"; Veronica throws a party for charity. "Rink Fink"; At the roller rink, Reggie recounts a dream he had. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #41
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 41
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    "Gab Jab"; Reggie would rather talk to his reflection than to the rest of the gang. "Plate Plight"; Reggie has a suggestion for a personalized license plate for Archie. "Mail Travail"; Hospital patient Reggie wishes he would get more mail. "Smear Sphere"; Reggie objects to Archie's tactics in their campaign for school president. "Wit Bit"; Moose eventually realizes that Reggie has insulted him. "Ting-a-Ling Sting"; Archie is concerned that the girls haven't been phoning him lately. "Prize Rise"; Reggie is giving out prizes for the most attractive girls at his party. "Diet Riot"; Archie and Reggie exchange nutrition-related insults. "Bright Night"; Reggie's date's dad works in a movie studio. "Praise Haze"; Reggie has nothing good to say about Archie. "In a Vain Vein"; Detention isn't much of a punishment for Reggie. "Lark Remark"; Archie's return to Veronica's party prompts an insult from Reggie. "Derision Decision"; Archie arrives at a ski resort and is disappointed to find Reggie there. "You Know You're a Super Bore If—";Four panels, each with a different completion of the sentence begun in the title. Archie Club News. "Sum Fun," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo Jr.; Moose catches Reggie and Midge together, but Reggie contrives a getaway. "Femme Gem"; Archie arranges a blind date for Reggie. "Back Attack"; Ethel is trying out for the basketball team. Reggie pinup. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #42
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 42
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    "Carney Blarney"; Reggie's favorite part of the carnival is the Hall of Mirrors. "Run Fun"; Reggie insists on running things. "Terse Verse"; Reggie describes a painful encounter with Moose. "Brag Gag"; Reggie is about to perform at the Riverdale Follies. "Arm Alarm"; Reggie mocks Archie's conversation with Veronica. "Horn Scorn"; In music class, Archie compares Reggie to an instrument. "Eat Feat"; At the soda shop, Archie compares Reggie to a cannibal. "Chair Scare"; At the soda shop, Moose is after Reggie again. "Animal Antics"; Veronica calls Reggie a male chauvinist pig. "Reggie Gets Roasted"; The gang takes turns insulting Reggie. "Reflection Perfection"; Reggie enjoys chatting with his reflection. "Snap Flap"; Reggie looks at Moose's photo album. "You Know You Have an Ego Problem if..."; Series of single-panel gags finishing the sentence begun in the title. "Reggie's Word to the Wise Puzzle" activity page. "Bore Chore"; In a cabin, Jughead has an idea to help Archie get to sleep. "Swing Thing"; Reggie tries to show teammate Moose how to bat. Archie Club News. "Eye Reply"; Reggie and Midge win a dance marathon; Moose is not impressed. "Pride Chide"; Reggie expects to play major league baseball. "Tragic Magic"; The boys attend a magic show. Reggie pinup. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #43
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  • Issue #48
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 48
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    "Crash Bash"; Archie and Reggie decide to crash the girls' pajama party. "Feet Treat"; Archie and the girls are eating lunch at a snack bar next to a soccer field; Reggie, dressed in his soccer uniform, kicks the ball around, and brags that he can do anything with his feet. "Flower Fair"; Archie looks at a drooping flower sitting on a nearby table, and decides that maybe it will perk up if he sings to it. "Debate Mate"; Archie and Reggie are holding a campaign debate for some school office. "Borrow Sorrow"; Reggie is enjoying a burger, and tells Jughead that he's too old to be asking for a bite of Reggie's burger. "Bite Delight"; Reggie is standing outside Pop's with an ice cream cone; As Jughead walks up, Reggie tells him that he's waiting for his date on that corner. "Picture Road Signs For Teens"; A two-page, 10-panel gag strip featuring various humorous "road signs" for teens. "Art Dart"; The girls are in a classroom with "art class" on the door and notice that Reggie has taken up painting. "Cool Pool"; At the pool hall, Jughead slyly gets Reggie to lend him five dollars. "Humble Fumble"; Reggie is running for something (the story doesn't say what it is), and his friend Karen tells him that he's going to lose according to the straw poll. "Wrong Number" half-page Li'l Jinx's Pal, Fat Charley story by Joe Edwards. "Ever Clever"; Jughead is standing outside, painting a picture of a house; Reggie runs up to him asking for advice because Moose is after him. Archie Club News. Archie Christmas Specials ad. "Rock Knock"; Archie has converted his guitar into a skateboard and is impressing Veronica by being able to play the guitar and skate at the same time. Reggie pinup. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.35.

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Hole Control"; Reggie and Veronica play Frisbee golf. "Court Retort"; Veronica and Reggie are on the tennis court, and Veronica mentions that she's trying to drop 10 pounds. "Chicken Licken"; Jughead has to do a biology report on chickens. "Mad Lad"; Reggie is laying on the beach, when Moose storms up behind him saying that he's going to bop Reggie for kissing Midge last winter. "Dive Drive"; Reggie tells Archie to jump in the lake, pointing to the lake. "Flower Power"; Dilton, admiring a rose, tells Reggie that there's something about a rose that turns him on. "Checker Decker"; Reggie is playing checkers with Moose on the beach, and tells Jughead that playing checkers with Moose is boring because he always has to tell Moose to crown him. "Battle of Wits" starring Li'l Jinx's Pal, Greg, script and art by Joe Edwards. "Volley Folly"; Reggie and Archie are playing a volleyball game on the beach, and Reggie keeps complaining about Archie's slow reaction times. "Rink Fink"; As Reggie skates around the rink with Veronica and Betty, he tells them about his dream the previous night where he hit four home runs. "Dating Dilemma"; Reggie comments to Jughead that he'd like to date Midge; When Jughead says that there are easier ways to commit suicide, Reggie tells Jughead that he isn't afraid of Moose. "Spurn Return"; Reggie tosses a penny into a wishing well, saying that he'd like to score 50 points in the game against Central High. "Rap Chap," art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie dishes out cheesy lines to his date Susan. Archie Club News. Archie ad. Little Archie ad. "Loan Prone"; Reggie is reading a book called "How to Improve Your Personality." "Disco With Me" maze puzzle. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #52
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  • Issue #22NDS
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) National Diamond 22NDS

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    National Diamond Sales Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #2017
    Riverdale (2017 Archie) FCBD 2017
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    Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Brian E. Paterson and James Dewillie. Art by Elliot Fernandez and Thomas Pitilli. Cover by Francesco Francavilla. Learn the secrets and hidden tales from the summer before the eternal love-triangle begins in this special issue. Featuring two short stories focusing on the major players and events in the Riverdale series: Spend some time at Archie's summer construction job and learn how it leads him to a fateful encounter with the alluring music teacher, Ms. Grundy. Find out more about Veronica's mysterious life in New York, before the shocking event that would send her family scrambling. You dare not miss this special FCBD version of the commemorative one-shot issue that serves as a prelude to the CW Riverdale TV series! 32 pages, full color. Rated T

  • Issue #2018
    Riverdale (2017 Archie) FCBD 2018
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    Photo Cover. Written by Ross Maxwell and Will Ewing. Art by Joe Eisma. Set in the same universe as the hit CW series, this issue gives us a peek into all the secrets Pop Tate overhears in his day-to-day business, told through four vignettes in four different booths! 28 pages, full color. Rated T

  • Issue #1A
    Riverdale (2019 Archie) Season 3 1A
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    Written by Micol Ostow. Art by Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. Cover by Thomas Pitilli. Take a deeper dive into some of the skeletons buried in and around Riverdale as well as hidden and unexpected connections to the Farm and the Game. Everyone is hiding something in this companion to the third season of the massive hit CW series Riverdale, by Scholastic writer Micol Ostow and Riverdale artists Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Riverdale (2019 Archie) Season 3 1B
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    Written by Micol Ostow. Art by Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. Cover by Joe Eisma. Take a deeper dive into some of the skeletons buried in and around Riverdale as well as hidden and unexpected connections to the Farm and the Game. Everyone is hiding something in this companion to the third season of the massive hit CW series Riverdale, by Scholastic writer Micol Ostow and Riverdale artists Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #2A
    Riverdale (2019 Archie) Season 3 2A
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    Written by Micol Ostow. Art by Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. Cover by Thomas Pitilli. The comic based on the hit CW series is back! These two stories set between episodes of season 3 of Riverdale include a first-hand look at life on the Farm and #Choni's wild trip out west! 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #2B
    Riverdale (2019 Archie) Season 3 2B
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    Written by Micol Ostow. Art by Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. Cover by Joe Eisma. The comic based on the hit CW series is back! These two stories set between episodes of season 3 of Riverdale include a first-hand look at life on the Farm and #Choni's wild trip out west! 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #3A
    Riverdale (2019 Archie) Season 3 3A
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    Written by Micol Ostow. Art by Thomas Pitilli and Joe Eisma. Cover by Thomas Pitilli. The comic based on the hit CW series is back! These two stories set between episodes of season 3 of Riverdale include a peek at life in Leopold and Loeb and an online crush with sketchy intentions! 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.