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Betty (1992) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Betty (1992) 1

    Written by Michael Gallagher and George Gladir. Art by Doug Crane, Henry Scarpelli, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Rex W. Lindsey. Betty tells the readers about famous women in history with the name "Betty" or "Elizabeth." Riverdale gets a new student who goes by the name "PC". Later in biology class, PC protests the frog dissection Mr. Flutesnoot plans by setting all the frogs free. Betty tries to rescue Veronica from the clutches of a Cable Shopping Network. Archie's Recycling Facts public service announcement. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #2
    Betty (1992) 2

    Written by Michael Gallagher. Art by Doug Crane, Henry Scarpelli. Cover by Dan Parent and Jon D'Agostino. Betty agrees to stand in for Susan Carstensen, who is unable to attend her own wedding due to Army commitments, but her plans are jeopardized when she's injured while rock climbing with Archie. When the boys hear Betty is teaching a class in CPR, they all line up to be practice dummies. Betty, Archie and Jughead visit a beach where the rules are enforced by a very aggressive robot. Recycling With Veronica public service announcement. Archie Club Med ad, art by Stan Goldberg. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #3
    Betty (1992) 3

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    Written by Bob Bolling and Michael Gallagher. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, and Henry Scarpelli. Cover by Dan Parent, Dan DeCarlo, and Alison Flood. Betty and Hasslehead High's Cyndi Washington are the favorites to win the Tri-City High Schools mini-marathon. But Betty's kindness may cost her the race. Archie delivers pizza to the home where Betty is babysitting. She tries to get him to stay and recruits the twins to help. Betty's dad tries to blend in with Betty's friends, but finds the generation gap too wide to bridge. Betty is rapidly tiring of hearing her father's old stories, until she hears one old story he never talks about. Ad for Archie's Video Game Sweepstakes. Ad in which Archie and Betty enter the Spindizzy Video Game and are menaced by fanged green aliens, art by Dan Parent and Rod Ollerenshaw. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #4
    Betty (1992) 4

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    Written by Bill Golliher, Bob Bolling, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. At a franchise optometrist store she's working at, Betty uses her position to trick information out of Archie about his date with Veronica on Saturday. The Cooper family gathers for the holidays and receives a visit from an unexpected person. Betty's concept of window shopping and Veronica's concept of window shopping aren't necessarily the same thing. Christmas morning with the Cooper family. Betty and Veronica model fashion designs submitted by readers. Ad for the Archie Americana Series. Ad in which Archie continues to lose to Reggie at video games until Betty gives him an ASCII Controller Pad for their Super Nintendo console, art by Stan Goldberg. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #5
    Betty (1992) 5

    Written by Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg. While skiing at Mr. Lodge's new Timberland Ski Resort, Betty swerves on a downhill run to avoid a rabbit and pitches out of control down the mountain. Reggie tries to write crib notes on Betty's cast, hoping to cheat on the upcoming history test. But his attempt is interrupted by Moose, who has learned Reggie made a date with Midge. Dilton develops a motorized wheelchair so the cast-bound Betty can navigate the Riverdale High halls more easily. But she loses control and plows through the cheerleader squad practice. Betty outlines in her diary how she coped with having her leg in a cast and her eventual liberation from it. Editor Gorelick promotes Betty And Veronica #62. Ad for TMNT Adventures Special #4. P.E.T. Plastic Recycling public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan Parent and Rudy Lapick. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #6
    Betty (1992) 6

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    Written by Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane, Pat Kennedy, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan DeCarlo. Betty subs for the aerobics instructor at the health club she works at, while waiting patiently for Archie to call and ask her to the "Persistent Pain" concert. At the "Persistent Pain" concert, Betty and Veronica compete for the title of "Miss Alternative Girl." At the "Persistent Pain" concert, Betty and Veronica compete for the title of "Miss Alternative Girl" P.E.T. Plastic Recycling public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan Parent and Rudy Lapick. Editor Gorelick promotes the Archie syndicated newspaper strip. Ad for the multi-issue storyline "Baby Tales", involving the birth of Jughead's younger sibling. Betty Pin Up by Bill Golliher. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #7
    Betty (1992) 7

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, and Pat Kennedy. Betty finally gets Archie to ask her to the prom, then comes down with flu and can't attend. Someone steals the equipment for the childrens softball team Betty is coaching. Thinking quick, Betty hops into Mr. Lodge's nearby helicopter and the pair go in pursuit of the thieves. A strange dream gives Betty a method to remember her study material for her Business Math course. Veronica recruits Betty for a double date with Archie and the son of a Lodge business associate, in which both boys think they're the one dating Veronica that evening. Ad for the Archie Americana Series trade paperbacks. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. P.E.T. Plastic Recycling public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan Parent and Rudy Lapick. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #8
    Betty (1992) 8

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    Written by Bob Bolling. Art by Stan Goldberg, Henry Scarpelli, Doug Crane, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. When Archie's dashboard charm disappears from his car, he and Betty immediately suspect the just departed Reggie. Reggie tries to sabotage Betty and Archie's attempt to transport two zoo animals across town so Archie won't earn the fee and be able to take Veronica to a concert. Betty must choose whether or not to accept a lucrative photography offer that will result in public humiliation for Reggie. Betty joins Veronica and Mr. Lodge on a nature hike through the woods. But the hike is interrupted by a rapidly spreading forest fire. Word-find puzzle with Betty. Recycling Plastic Containers public service announcement with the Archie gang. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #9
    Betty (1992) 9

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    Written by Mike Pellowski, Bob Bolling, and George Gladir. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, Henry Scarpelli, Pat Kennedy, Rex W. Lindsey, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. After working all day supervising the children at an indoor play park, Betty goes on a date with Archie - - to an indoor play park. Using the tools she picked up by reading a book on criminology, Betty tumbles to Reggie's plot to separate Archie and Veronica so he can date Ms. Lodge. Betty is unable to attend an impromptu concert by "The New Dudes" because she promised to work late at Axel's Garage. Ad for Archie trading cards, art by Rex W. Lindsey. Ad for Sabrina's Halloween Spooktacular and Josie And The Pussycats #1, art by Dan Parent. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #10
    Betty (1992) 10

    Written by Bob Bolling, George Gladir, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, Stan Goldberg, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Archie solicits Betty's help in trying to release a domesticated raccoon into the wild. Betty recounts her day at the county fair with her friends for her diary. In their roles as camp counselors, Betty and Archie take a special interest in a loner child nicknamed "Gloomy Gus." Using her criminology book to help young Binky Barnes look for his stolen bicycle, Betty and the boy stumble onto a theft ring that steals bikes and breaks them down to sell for parts. Ad for Sabrina's Halloween Spooktacular and Josie And The Pussycats #1, art by Dan Parent. Advertisement for "Lucky 13" packs of random back issue comics and digests, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog, art by Dave Manak. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #11
    Betty (1992) 11

    Written by Mike Pellowski and Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, and Tim Kennedy. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Miss Grundy's class is assigned to form partnerships and produce items to sell at the Riverdale Business Achievement Fair. Betty talks Archie into seeing a movie to relax from the stress of school, work and football practice. But the evening doesn't prove to be very relaxing. Betty and Archie try to help Reggie hide out from Moose's wrath. To make Archie look bad at practice, Reggie overthrows his pass. Archie lunges for it and falls on the new school riding mower. Ad for Sabrina's Halloween Spooktacular and Josie And The Pussycats #1. Bicycle Safety public service announcement with Archie and the gang, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog, art by Dave Manak. Editor Victor Gorelick promotes Archie themed television appearances for the 1993-94 season, and plugs Archie's Christmas Stocking Giant-size 48 page #1. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #12
    Betty (1992) 12

    Written by George Gladir, Bob Bolling, and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Rucy Lapick, and Henry Scarpelli. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Betty agrees to babysit Hot Dog for a few days. Hal takes Betty and Polly ice fishing on Loon Lake. Reggie tries to give Betty self-confidence lessons. Betty spends weeks preparing a New Year's Eve party at her house, only to have Veronica throw a bigger party at the mansion at the same time. Ad for the American Museum Of Natural History's Young Ecologists Club, marketed through Archie Comics. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #13
    Betty (1992) 13

    Written by George Gladir and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Henry Scarpelli, Rudy Lapick, Stan Goldberg, and Ken Selig. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. While leafing through an antique book of paper dolls of thirties era movie starlets, Betty fantasizes being in their shoes. Betty has to babysit the Terrible Turner Twins. Betty goes to the Riverdale Collector's Show to do a story for the school paper on various hobby interests. Betty reminisces about her doll collection. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. Ad for Archie logo T-shirt. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #14
    Betty (1992) 14

    Cover by Mike Pellowski. Art by Stan Goldberg, Rudy Lapick, Henry Scarpelli, Stan Goldberg, and Henry Scarpelli. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Betty keeps bumping into a cute boy named Mark at the mall. Betty finds her part-time job as a server in a restaurant emotionally as well as physically taxing. When Archie has to break a date with Betty in order to serve detention, Betty tries to get detention as well to be with him. Betty finds walking Mrs. Watts' poodle Fifi to be more strenuous than she imagined. Ad for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals Double Digest. Ad for TMNT Classics Digest #5 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Special, art by Ellen Leonforte. Ad for The Carneys #1, art by Bill Golliher. Ad for Archie Annual Digest #64, art by Ellen Leonforte. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #15
    Betty (1992) 15

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg. Using her skills learned from every criminology book in the Riverdale library, Betty masquerades as a maid at Veronica's posh party to catch a jewel thief working Riverdale high society. The fortunes of the girls softball team Mr. Lodge sponsors begin to slip the moment Betty goes out with an ankle sprain. Betty sets out to rearrange the furniture in her bedroom. Ad for The Carneys #1, art by Bill Golliher. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #16
    Betty (1992) 16

    Written by Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane and Ken Selig. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Betty goes to the beach without a date, but runs into several pleasant young males while she's there. Betty's selling ice cream novelties again. When she finds the kids' business insufficient to make a profit from, she seeks out a new customer source. Betty and Archie go picnicking in the woods, but find mother nature has other ideas. Betty and Midge go out together because they feel they're seeing too much of Archie and Moose. Ad for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics Digest #6. Betty models swimsuit designs submitted by readers. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie Meets The Punisher. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #17
    Betty (1992) 17

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    Written by Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, Mike Esposito, and Jon D'Agostino. Cover by Dan Parent and Henry Scarpelli. Archie can't take Betty to the carnival as promised, due to a case of poison ivy. So he sends Jughead in his place. At a Cooper family reunion picnic, Betty's Aunt Ida remarks that she never thought Betty and Archie were really a compatible couple. A wild bird gets into the Cooper home and Betty wrecks the place trying to catch it. Betty struggles through a lethargic day. Ad for Archie Meets The Punisher. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie Comics upcoming appearance at the 1994 San Diego Comic Con. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Betty (1992) 18

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    Written by Mike Pellowski and Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, and Ken Selig. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Veronica reluctantly agrees to let Betty bring her five year old cousin along on their beach trip, but fears that Bernadette's presence will interfere with her ability to meet new boys. While on a fishing trip on the Lodge yacht, Veronica hooks a huge striped bass. After using the new riding mower to do the family lawn, Betty graciously volunteers to cut the lawns of several elderly neighbors. One of the ten year old boys at the pool where Betty Life Guards has a crush on her. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie's Super Teens #1. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Betty (1992) 19
    Tags: Love Showdown (part 2)

    Written by Bill Golliher, George Gladir, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Henry Scarpelli. Veronica plants tickets to the Lodge Charity Ball with the wrong date on them on Betty. Caramel tries to figure out Betty's behavior. Betty takes the Terrible Turner Twins to an enclosed playground. Editor Gorelick promotes the inter-title crossover storyline "Love Showdown." 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #20
    Betty (1992) 20

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, Ken Selig, and Pat Kennedy. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. A fanatical collector named Taddy Toadmaster wants to add the Riverdale High football team to his collection of unique items and it's up to Betty Cooper, Super Sleuther to stop him. Betty breaks a hand mirror while getting dressed and is afraid her day will be filled with bad luck. Betty's neighbor keeps allowing his kids to jump in and scatter the pile of leaves Betty keeps raking up. Editor Gorelick gives the readers a short biography of artist Dan DeCarlo while DeCarlo provides an illustration of himself at the drawing board. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #21
    Betty (1992) 21

    Written by Joe Edwards, Bob Bolling, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, and Pat Kennedy. Betty teaches Miss Grundy that a good auto mechanic is invaluable. While researching a paper on the Civil War for history class, Betty runs across a diner on a deserted road. Betty spends an energetic afternoon trying to keep up with eight year old Trisha, the girl she's babysitting. Editor Gorelick promotes the Comic Hugs Program, which provides free comics to hospitalized asthmatic children, then he promotes Archie's Love Showdown Special #1. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #22
    Betty (1992) 22

    Written by Bob Bolling and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Harvey Mercadoocasio, and Pat Kennedy. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Coach Kleats searches for a way to get his temperamental girls basketball team to work together. Betty tries to solve the on-going problem of car radio thefts from the Riverdale High parking lot while baking pizzas at the same time. Betty goes to extraordinary lengths to replace an antique bottle she accidentally broke. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie's Christmas Stocking #2 and the Princess Sally three issue miniseries. Ad for various Archie Comics related merchandise and novelties. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #23
    Betty (1992) 23

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    Written by Mike Pellowski, Kathleen Webb, and Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, Mike Esposito, Pat Kennedy, and Rudy Lapick. Betty's attempts to soak in a hot tub keep getting interrupted. Betty whines and begs some money out of her father to buy a new outfit at the mall, then spots a girl in even poorer circumstances than she's in. Good Samaritan Betty spends so much time keeping Reggie out of Moose's angry clutches that Reggie begins to believe Betty is in love with him. Polly's visit from San Francisco has everybody fussing over her to the point where Betty thinks everyone has forgotten her upcoming birthday. Editor Gorelick promotes the special Love Showdown collection edition. Ad for the Princess Sally mini-series. Ad for Sonic In Your Face #1. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #24
    Betty (1992) 24

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    Written by Bob Bolling, Mike Pellowski, and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Riverdale has been plagued by a series of bank robberies executed by automatons. While shoveling snow, Betty gets into a snowball fight with one of the neighborhood kids. When Betty admits jealousy of Veronica's new high-tech universal remote, Dilton tries to cheer her up by inventing one that's even better and more powerful. Ad for Jughead's Baby Tales #46-50. Letter scramble puzzle, art by Dan Parent. Editor Gorelick lists upcoming conventions the company will appear at, then promotes the Cheryl Blossom Special, art by Ellen Leonforte and Dan DeCarlo. Ad for Sonic In Your Face #1. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #25
    Betty (1992) 25

    Written by Mike Pellowski, Bob Bolling, Kathleen Webb, Joe Edwards, and Joe Edwards. Stories by Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, Ellen Leonforte, Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Rudy Lapick, and Mark Brewer. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Betty finds working in the toy department of a department store anything but fun and games. Betty has a recurring dream and asks one of her classmates to interpret it. Betty has to go to school before she can finish a mystery novel and spends the day obsessing over how the story might end. Betty is hired to babysit a chimpanzee. Ad for Archie Annual Digest #66. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie Andrews, Where Are You Digest #100 and Archie Americana Series: Best Of The Sixties, then hints that the actual name of Jellybean Jones will soon be revealed. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #26
    Betty (1992) 26

    Written by Frank Doyle, Bob Bolling, Kathleen Webb, George Gladir, and Kathleen Webb. Art by Doug Crane, and Mark Brewer. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Betty thinks she's opened Pandora's Box. Svenson builds a wheelchair ramp onto the auditorium stage so a wheelchair-bound student named Hildy can try out for the school play. During basketball practice, Betty falls and hits her head on the floor, and the concussion temporarily gives her the power to see visions of the past and the future. Betty's morning run is interrupted when she stops to retrieve an old lady's cat. Betty shops for a new perfume in anticipation of her date that night with Archie. Betty models country and western themed fashions, art by Rex W. Lindsey. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #27
    Betty (1992) 27

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, Doug Crane, and Ken Selig. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. While investigating threats against Mr. Lodge from a disgruntled would-be inventor, Betty finds out that the inventor plans to sink Mr. Lodge's yacht with Mr. Lodge and Veronica on board. Betty is hired to babysit a senior citizen who proves to be more young at heart than his children. An enchanted cuckoo clock transports Betty and Caramel back to ancient Egypt. Fan Art portraits of Betty Cooper. Ad for Little Archie Digest #14. Ad for the Archie Prom Pack. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #28
    Betty (1992) 28

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    Written by Bob Bolling and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, and Ken Selig. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. While on a fishing trip with her parents in the wilds upstate, Betty stumbles across the trail of two escaped bank robbers and one very angry bear. While photographing scenery in Mystic Valley, and cooling off from being stood up by Archie, Betty encounters a Norse godling named Allwet the Rainmaker, who has similar woes. With a dental appointment looming over her, Betty has a nightmare involving a dental chair and her two chief tormentors at school. Betty's Fun Fashions page, art by Dan DeCarlo. Getting Into The Act public service announcement about wheelchair ramps, art by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #29
    Betty (1992) 29

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    Written by Bob Bolling, Joe Edwards, and Kathleen Webb. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Rudy Lapick, Doug Crane, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. After accepting an award for foiling a bank robbery (in the previous issue), Betty stops in a curio shop; She ends up running afoul of demented ex-vaudevillian Harpo De Hoofer. Betty's cousin Roz, a professional model, stops by for a visit before a product shoot using Riverdale High as a backdrop. Betty drives into the country to pick exotic wild flowers, but finds the country is a lot wilder than she expected. Advertisement for The Love Showdown Collection gold edition, art by Dan Parent. Betty and her friends model beach fashion designs submitted by readers, art by Doug Crane. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #30
    Betty (1992) 30

    Written by Harold Smith, Kathleen Webb, Mike Pellowski, Harold Smith, and Bob Bolling. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, and Pat Kennedy. Cover by Dan DeCarlo. Betty is having a really, really, really bad morning. An experimental truth aerosol accidentally gets mixed into a shipment of men's cologne that Betty is demonstrating at Lacy's Department Store. A casting agent selects Betty to appear in a laundry soap commercial, but at the shoot Betty can't seem to get her lines right. Archie refuses to help Veronica recover a rare Zambesia owl that escaped the mansion because he's helping Betty with her marathon run. Editor Gorelick promotes the week long Archie Comics celebration at Huntington, New York's Filmart's Cartoon World Gallery. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #31
    Betty (1992) 31

    Written by Bob Bolling, George Gladir, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Dan DeCarlo, Mike Esposito, and Mark Brewer. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Rudy Lapick. Lodge Industries is working on a one-person Vertical Take Off and Landing aircraft, but critical information is leaking out. Betty tries to convince Jughead to start exercising. Betty attempts to bake a cake to help out her mother. Rex W. Lindsey parodies different styles of classical art with Betty as the central character. Ad for Sabrina's Holiday Spectacular. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #32
    Betty (1992) 32

    Written by Joe Edwards, Frank Doyle, and Kathleen Web. Art by Dan DeCarlo, Mike Esposito, Doug Crane, and Ken Selig. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Betty hopes to kindle amorous feelings in Archie with a video of the hit movie "Sleepless In Vermont." Betty takes a puppy to school. Betty starts a new job as an usher at the Riverdale Cinema, just in time for the Saturday matinee. Reggie dismisses the idea that cheerleading is a sport and Moose and Chuck won't say he's wrong. Advertisement for the Cheryl Blossom mini-series. Seneca Street Cruisers in-line skates ad with the Archie gang. Home Improvement public service announcement ad, art by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica has her father install wheelchair ramps outside the Lodge mansion so a wheelchair-bound student can attend her slumber party. Ad for Archie's Christmas Stocking #1-3. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #33
    Betty (1992) 33

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Doug Crane, and Mark Brewer. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. A film company is shooting location shots on Riverdale's nearby waterway. The coach of the Riverdale boys hockey team asks Betty to play goalie for them, which doesn't set well with some of the other members of the team. A record producer spots Betty on the street and asks her to dance in the new video for the rock band "Pearl Jelly." Archie literally runs into Betty while in-line skating, much to Veronica's chagrin, because he wasn't wearing Street Cruisers from Seneca Sports with toe stop action. Ad for the Cheryl Blossom Specials #2 and #3, and the Cheryl Blossom mini-series. Editor Gorelick reminisces about the Christmas season. Ad for Archie's Christmas Stocking #1-3. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #34
    Betty (1992) 34

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    Written by George Gladir, Bob Bolling, Joe Edwards, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, Mark Brewer, Mike Worley, and Mike Esposito. Betty tells Ethel how much the holiday season has her jumpy and frazzled. Archie literally runs into Betty while in-line skating, much to Veronica's chagrin, because he wasn't using Street Cruisers from Seneca Sports with toe stop action. Betty gets an ancient ring from the country of Tangapoon, one of dozens of artifacts recently purchased from the country by Mr. Lodge, stuck on her finger. Betty gets an ancient ring from the country of Tangapoon, one of dozens of artifacts recently purchased from the country by Mr. Lodge, stuck on her finger. Seneca Sports Street Cruisers ad with the Archie gang. Public service announcement about handicap ramps with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for the Cheryl Blossom Specials and the Cheryl Blossom mini-series. Advertisement for the Tails mini-series. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35
    Betty (1992) 35

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    Written by George Gladir, Mike Pellowski, and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Rudy Lapick, Doug Crane, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Dan DeCarlo. Betty relates incidents from her life that prove the opposite of what you expect often happens in life. Hal buys some lottery tickets and the whole Cooper family fantasize what might happen to their lives if they actually won the fifty million dollar prize. Archie is taking Betty to an expensive restaurant, so Betty experiments with new hairstyles. Betty feels guilty for crushing over teen heartthrob Brad Freeman instead of Archie. Hoop Scoop public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for the Archie Americana Series trade paperbacks. Published art of Betty Cooper submitted by readers. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #36
    Betty (1992) 36

    Written by George Gladir, Mike Pellowski, and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Ken Selig, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Criminals have stolen a Lodge Industries boring machine and are using it to weaken the foundations of buildings and collapse them. Betty shows her cousin Lisa a computer program she and Dilton have developed that allows the user to design fashions and drape them on models--basically electronic paper dolls. Betty gets to spend the afternoon at home on her own and quickly realizes it's not what she'd anticipated it to be. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie And Friends #18 and Archie #447. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #37
    Betty (1992) 37

    Written by Bob Bolling and Frank Doyle. Art by Doug Crane, Mike Esposito, Mark Brewer, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Rudy Lapick. Betty's advice column in the school paper is a hit with the students, but she needs to get advice from her parents on Archie. While at the Lodge mansion, modeling her new trench coat and hat ensemble a la movie star Stella Sterling, Betty is able to solve who swiped some important real estate documents from Mr. Lodge's study. Veronica tries to convince Betty to give up playing a lottery for a new car. As a favor to her brother Chick, Betty agrees to go out with his fellow Secret Service agent Phineas Flumm on a blind date. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie's Spring Break #1 and World Of Archie #19. Advertisement for the Cheryl Blossom mini-series and Cheryl Blossom Special #1-4. Art of Betty Cooper submitted by readers. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #38
    Betty (1992) 38

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    Written by Bob Bolling, George Gladir, Rex W. Lindsey, and Hal Smith. Art by Mike Esposito, Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, Bob Bolling, and Rex W. Lindsey. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. The Collector returns, this time obsessed with collecting cheerleaders in mascot costumes. Betty and fellow Riverdale Raccoon Amy Butler fall prey to the villain's obsession. Parodies of television shows "Charlie's Angels", "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In", "I Dream Of Jeannie", and "I Love Lucy", with the Archie characters inserted into the shows. Collection of drawings of Betty submitted by readers. Advertisement for the Cheryl Blossom mini-series and Cheryl Blossom Special #1-3. Editor Gorelick promotes the second Cheryl Blossom mini-series, as well as Jughead #82, then he outlines the partnership between Archie Comics and Ore-Ida Potato Products to raise funds for United Cerebral Palsy charities. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #39
    Betty (1992) 39

    Written by Hal Smith, Dan Parent, and Mike Pellowski . Art by Doug Crane, Mark Brewer, Pat Kennedy, Dan Parent, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Betty keeps getting phone calls at home, but because she's always in the farthest place in the house from the phone, she can never reach it before the caller hangs up. Betty needs a little help from Dilton to babysit a precocious eight year old electronics and computer genius. Betty drives out into the country to do some landscape painting, but finds it anything but peaceful. Betty breaks her neck trying to retrieve an invitation to one of Veronica's parties that she thinks she may have discarded. Subscription solicitation for Cheryl Blossom mini-series two, and an advertisement for Cheryl Blossom mini-series one, and Cheryl Blossom Special #1-3. Getting Into The Act public service announcement about wheelchair ramps, art by Dan DeCarlo. Editor Gorelick promotes a program that connects American readers with Russian penpals, then he promotes Betty And Veronica Summer Fun #3. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #40
    Betty (1992) 40

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    Written by Bill Golliher, Mike Pellowski, Kathleen Webb, and George Gladir. Art by Doug Crane, Pat Kennedy, Mike Esposito, and Mark Brewer. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Betty's Aunt Helen sends her a novelty tee saying "I Heart Teddy Bears." Betty and Archie see that one of their old playgrounds has been refurbished. Betty scrambles for all the cash she can lay her hands on in order to buy some fashionable new sandals. Betty's heavily anticipated summer vacation from school proves to be more stressful than school. Hoop Scoop public service announcement about a wheelchair-bound student, art by Dan DeCarlo. Advertisement for the "House Of Riverdale" inter-title crossover between Archie #442, Betty & Veronica #55 and Jughead #76. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #41
    Betty (1992) 41

    Written by George Gladir Hal Smith, Kathleen Webb, and Ken Penders. Art by Doug Crane, Mike Esposito, Dan DeCarlo, Sean Murphey, Jon D'Agostino, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Archie's shadow tries to subliminally influence Archie into ditching Veronica and going back to Betty. Betty finds that trying to write a complimentary letter to a big corporation isn't as easy as she imagined. Alice insists the family drive up to Mt. Everlast instead of laying around the house all day. Betty agrees to work overtime at her job at Mall-Mart, forcing her to miss a date she had with Archie. Fan art of Betty sent in by readers. Home Improvement public service announcement, art by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica convinces her father to install a wheelchair ramp to the mansion. Editor Gorelick promotes the Sabrina The Teenage Witch live-action movie starring Melissa Joan Hart, then he promotes Betty & Veronica Spectacular #20. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #42
    Betty (1992) 42

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    Written by Bob Bolling, Mike Pellowski, and Kathleen Webb. Art by Doug Crane, Mike Esposito, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Dan Decarlo. Betty is on the case of a missing professor at the Riverdale Museum. Betty foils Harpo De Hoofer's second attempt to steal the pirate's treasure. Betty babysits Marty The Menace. Betty is tired of her look and wants a drastic change. Betty Cooper fan art. Wheelchair ramp public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan Decarlo. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #43
    Betty (1992) 43

    Written by C. J. Henderson, George Gladir, and Ken Penders. Art by Doug Crane, Mike Esposito, Rudy Lapick, Cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Editor Gorelick plugs the upcoming Sabrina TV series about to premiere on ABC, solicits e-mail from readers, then plugs the upcoming Jughead issue. Advertisement for Sabrina The Teenage Witch #1. Wheelchair ramp public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan Decarlo. Ad for the "House Of Riverdale" inter-issue crossover. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #44
    Betty (1992) 44

    Written by Bob Bolling, George Gladir, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane and Mike Esposito. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Betty is certain criminal mastermind and disguise artist Rob Ruse is in Riverdale and planning a job. Betty demonstrates the type of gadgets she'd like to see in a catalog merchandised with teens in mind. Archie takes Betty to a country and western dance club, both in full western regalia. Public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo; Jughead tries to enlist readers to purchase Jimmy Dean Frozen breakfast products, a portion of which will go to United Cerebral Palsy Associates. Ad for an Archie Volleyball t-shirt. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #45
    Betty (1992) 45

    Written by Bob Bolling, Joe Edwards, and Kathleen Webb. Art by Doug Crane, Mike Esposito, Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. After the Riverdale football team is burglarized for their equipment, Betty tries to track it down by going undercover on a local semi-pro women's football team. After the Riverdale football team is burglarized for their equipment, Betty tries to track it down by going undercover on the Craigville Crunchettes, a local semi-pro women's football team. Betty stays up late to watch a Bratt Prunepit movie and pays for it by dozing off again and again in school the next day. Advertisement for Sabrina The Teenage Witch #1, and for Sabrina's Holiday Special #1-3. Ad for an Archie Volleyball T-shirt. Public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo; Jughead tries to enlist readers to purchase Jimmy Dean Frozen breakfast products, a portion of which will go to United Cerebral Palsy Associates. Editor Gorelick promotes Archie's Holiday Fun Digest #1, Jughead #89 and Cheryl Blossom #3. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #46
    Betty (1992) 46

    Written by Barbara Slate, Kathleen Webb, George Gladir, and Bill Golliher. Art by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Cover by Dan DeCarlo. In an effort to compete with Veronica's expensive gifts for Archie, Betty sets out to make a unique gift crafted from her own imagination that will capture Archie's heart and get her an invitation to the Christmas dance. In an effort to compete with Veronica's expensive gifts for Archie, Betty sets out to make a unique gift crafted from her own imagination that will capture Archie's heart and get her an invitation to the Christmas dance. Betty is a student in the futuristic classrooms of 2021. Inspired by Veronica's new hairdo, but unable to afford a professional stylist, Betty decides to dye her hair pink using artificial drink mix. Wheelchair ramp public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for the new Sabrina t-shirt. Ad for the "Cheryl Goes Hollywood" mini-series. Editor Gorelick promotes the Sabrina The Teenage Witch TV show running on ABC, then solicits letters for the letter page of the new Sabrina comic. Public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo; Jughead tries to enlist readers to purchase Jimmy Dean Frozen breakfast products, a portion of which will go to United Cerebral Palsy Associates. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #47
    Betty (1992) 47

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    Written by Kathleen Webb. Art by Stan Goldberg, Mike Esposito, Mike Worley, and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Betty is eagerly awaiting to see if Archie remembers the anniversary of their first kiss. As a good deed, Betty shovels the walks of all the elderly women in the neighborhood. Betty rescues a 200 pound mastiff from a burning house and the huge canine follows her around everywhere, with comic results. Ad for Cheryl Blossom Comics, art by Dan DeCarlo. Ad for a Sabrina T-shirt. Editor Gorelick promotes the new Cheryl Blossom series, Jughead #91, and the Sabrina TV show. Ad for Archie Annual Digest #68. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #48
    Betty (1992) 48

    Written by Dan Parent, Hal Smith, and Bill Golliher. Art by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Betty fries her hair with an improperly applied home permanent. Betty's poems get accepted by a literary magazine, but Veronica thinks it's a case of mistaken identity. Archie and Betty join a health club on a two for one special. Betty stands in line at a sports convention to get an autographed picture of quarterback Roy Bakeman for her father. Editor Gorelick promotes both the new Sabrina ABC TV series and the new Sabrina The Teenage Witch comic series. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #49
    Betty (1992) 49

    Written by Barbara Slate, Dan Parent, Hal Smith, and Mike Pellowski. Art by Stan Goldberg, Rudy Lapick, Stan Goldberg, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Everyone is incensed by the way Betty's sculptures portray them, until the sculptures are praised by a local art critic. With her parents out of town, Veronica stays over at the Cooper house. Betty is running for student council president against Reggie. Betty's new job at the Cartoon Collectibles store is as a greeter. Editor Gorelick promotes Betty & Veronica #112, Archie's Spring Break #2, and Archie & Friends #23. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #50
    Betty (1992) 50

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    Written by Barbara Slate and George Gladir. Art by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. Cover by Stan Goldberg and Mike Esposito. A group of parents get Betty fired from the Little League team she's coaching because she puts the feelings and confidence of her players ahead of winning. Dilton invents a computer program that scans pictures of fashions, then superimposes them over the body of a model, in this case Betty.The cheerleading squad has a new, stricter coach and some of the girls want to complain to Mr. Weatherbee about her.Editor Gorelick promotes the new Sabrina fashion doll, as well as Sabrina The Teenage Witch #3 and Betty & Veronica Spectacular #24. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.