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Archie's Madhouse (1959) comic books 1956-1969

  • Issue #2
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 2
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Madhouse Scientist of the Month; Madhouse gives its "Scientist of the Month" award to the inventor of paste. If Teen-Agers Ran The Schools starring the Archie gang; Changes are made to school names, the faculty, textbooks, schedules, report cards, and blackboards. How To Be The Life Of The Party! starring Reggie. Machines For Those In Their Teens! starring Dilton. Madhouse Presents The Latest Scoop on Scope; Archie shows us a comic in ComicScope. The Discovery Of Air; Mr. Weatherbee tells us how air was discovered. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 3
    • 1/2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Terry Szenics. "If Teen-agers Ran Television," pencils by Bob White; Examples of how television would be changed to appeal specifically to a teenage audience, including replacing newsman John Cameron Swayze with hip-talking John Cameron Swayback, renaming "Playhouse 90" to "Playhouse Under 20," and having Archie appear on "This is Your Life." "Hair Styles of the Future," pencils by Bob White; Examples of futuristic hairstyles styled by Monsieur Sheldon De La Broadbeam, including the "Atomic Bob," the "Ike," and the "Tailfin" Wave. "Archie in Shakespeare Land," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Hoping to sabotage Archie's chances with Veronica, Reggie sabotages a box of tarts Archie plans to take to her. "Tongue Toppers For Cool Cats"; Humorous definitions of words illustrated by the Archie characters. Ads for Jughead Annual and Betty and Veronica Annual. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 6

    Cover pencils by Bob White. "New School Courses for Teen-agers," art by Bob White; High school curriculum is augmented with courses targeted to appeal to teens, including Basic Movie Watching, Care and Feeding of Hot Rods, and Advanced Loafing. "Ship Ahoy," art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie and Betty watch from the pier as Archie raises different flags on the Lodge yacht to signify who is on board with him. "A Place in the Sun," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Unable to get a tan in wintertime, Jughead paints a picture of the sun, then lays under it. "Madhouse Gadgets for Teen-Agers!", art by Bob White; Gadgets designed to appeal to a teen audience, including a double-barreled straw and a see-through text book. A "Madhouse Collection of Auto Fashions," art by Samm Schwartz; Examples of fashion designs based on automobile features. "If Teen Agers Ran the Airlines!", art by Bob White; Alterations to airline procedure that would appeal to a teenage audience, including new uniforms, beat-talking pilots, and center aisle bowling. "Realistic Dolls," script by George Gladir, art by Bob White; Examples of genre-specific toy dolls, including the Quiz Doll, the Private Eye Doll, and the Rock 'N' Roll Doll. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 7
    • Cover detached.

    Cover pencils by Bob White. "How to Become a Teen-age Rock 'n' Roll Singer," pencils by Bob White, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Instructional pamphlet on how to become a teen idol. "The ABC's of Art," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead explains the various genres of art. "Roar, Lion, Roar!", pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Jughead paints a roaring lion, which comes to life and eats him. "Beatniks Thru History," art by Joe Edwards; Miss Grundy explains how famous historical figures were actually the beatniks of their day. "The Madhouse Hall of Fame," pencils by Orlando Busino; Examples of people and places which have achieved dubious distinctions, including Shelia Gabber, "Rocking Daddy" Ginch, and Alice Bownser. "If Song Titles Came True!"; Literal translations of song title imagery are illustrated. "Tongue Toppers For Cool Cats," art by Bob White; Pun terms to describe specific situations. "The Discovery of Hair," pencils by Bob White; Archibald Foomish, son of the famous five-sided wheel inventor Sir Hairy Foomish, discovers hair when his chemistry set burns the hair off of his body. Ads for Archie Giant Series, Archie Annual. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 9

    Cover pencils by Bob White. "Lights! Camera! Action!", pencils by Bob White; Jughead shows people how to rescue the hero of an adventure movie. "Teen Tablets!" featuring Professor Archie Andrews, pencils by Bob White; Pills designed to give you needed personality traits for specific situations, including Cha Cha Tablets, Sick Tablets, and a Movie Tablet. "The Family Album," art by Bob Whit; A photo album of "firsts" in Archie's childhood. Fish Dish, art by Dan DeCarlo; Jughead paints a fish for a hungry cat. "If Girls Played Football!", pencils by Bob White; Women playing football and being more concerned with fashion, makeup and gossip than with scoring touchdowns. "If Television Went 100% Honest," art by Bob White; How television would look if nothing artificial or fabricated were allowed to be broadcast. "Ad Slogans in the Lives of Archie and the Gang," art by Bob White. "The Discovery of the Ice Cream Sundae - Jughead Presents Great Moments in History," pencils by Bob White; A caveman's search for the best way to prepare swiss cheese and his neighbor's invention of ice cream combine to create the ice cream sundae. Ads for The World of Jughead, Archie Giant Series. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 15

    Cover by Samm Schwartz. "The Teen-Age Machine Age," art by Orlando Busino; The wonders of the electronic world are put to use for teenagers in such machines as the Teachitron, Jukeboxitron, and Snack-O-Mat. "If Girls Ran Baseball!", pencils by Bob White; A look at what would happen if girls ran to baseball, including changes to base shapes, uniforms, team names, and sports announcers. Ad for BATS magazine. "Wild West Days," art by Orlando Busino; A look at teen-agers in the frontier days. "New Sources of Energy," art by Joe Edwards; Ways to utilize energy generated by teen-agers, including dialing the phone energy, striking out energy, and erasing energy. "Shop Squawk!", pencils by Tom Moore; Pop decides to make his shop more peaceful by replacing the soda fountain with an automated soda machine. "The Invention of Kissing!", pencils by Bob White; A look at Louie the Lip, who discovered kissing after he leaned in too far to show a nurse his lip injury. Ads for Archie Giant Series Magazines, The World of Jughead. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 20

    The Prime Time Machine starring the Monster Professor. Spellbound!; Hilda the Witch complains of a new sorcerer defeating her when she flies over his domain. She looks up his address and finds it is Cape Canaveral. The Hip Drip; Lester Cool tries to impress French exchange student Yvonne, but she can't understand his slang; She prefers Chester Square's "square" way of speaking. The Rat Race For Space!; Johnny decides he doesn't want to go to the future because there will be too much to learn. The Uncharted Planet!; Two space travelers arrive on a planet and are amazed that inanimate objects come to life. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #22-12CENT
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 22-12CENT
    • Paper: Off white
    • Sticker attached to front cover.
    • Label #2008963002
    • 1/2" spine split from the bottom.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($24.00) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #2105269013

    1st appearance of Sabrina, the Teen-age Witch. Sabrina the Teen-Age Witch, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Meet Sabrina, a sexy teen witch who lives a typical teen-age life--except that her job is to hex her fellow teens; She introduces us to the rules of witchery: witches can't cry, can't sink when they're in the water, and if they ever fall in love, they lose their powers. Scare Your Fellow Monsters, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo inks by Rudy Lapick. The Romances of Marcia the Mermaid, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; The tale of Marcia, a mermaid who constantly falls in love with human teenage boys. Snowboy, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; A living snowman gets the cold shoulder from all the other teens until he falls in love with a warm-blooded girl. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #24
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 24
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    • Half length spine split from bottom.

    Cover by Samm Schwartz. "Space Guys 'n' Gals," art by Joe Edwards; Lester borrows the Pink Martian's flying saucer and he returns with a summary of teen-age habits in outer space. "The Law of Attraction," art by Joe Edwards; Two girls from Pluto come to Earth to check out the boys. "Witch Pitch," script by George Gladi, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Della assigns Sabrina to put a hex on her school's hockey team. "Monsters in the News," art by Joe Edwards; Gossip about Hollywood monsters. "The Time of Your Life Machine," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Les and Ches go back to 562 A.D. to learn how King Arthur and his knights really lived. Ads for Archie Giant Series Magazines, Archie's Pals 'n' Gals. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #26
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 26
    • Cover detached at one staple. Centerfold detached. 1" cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Samm Schwartz. "Jinx Minx," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Sabrina sets her sights on finding a handsome boy at a dance, but all her magic misfires. "The Ray Caper or 'The Truth Can Be Uncouth'", art by Joe Edwards; Captain Sprocket is called upon when Plutonians land on Earth with their truth rays, which are causing all sorts of problems. "Pain-in-the-Brain Machine," art by Joe Edwards; Joe and Janet, despite their previous misadventures with Professor Transistor's inventions, go to his laboratory to make Joe smart enough to pass his algebra exam. "Boris Karlaff's Photo Album," art by Joe Edwards; A photo album of monster actor Boris Karlaff and his actor friends; a parody of Boris Karloff. Ads for Betty and Veronica Summer Fun, Archie Annual. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #28
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 28
    • Staple rust.

    Tennis Menace, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Sabrina is determined to seduce handsome Bruce Van Klood away from her rival Rosalind without the use of magic potions--until Rosalind begins beating Sabrina at her own game. Brainy Footwork; Professor Von Dummkopfs rocket won't take off. The Lanolites; Three aliens visiting Earth from the planet Lanolin maintain they have a mathematical formula to explain everything. Then their secretary, Alrauna, runs into the concept of love. Power Struggle; Captain Sprocket must face the electrical menace of Dynamo Man. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #29
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 29

    Cover by Samm Schwartz. "Stretch Strategy," script and art by Joe Edwards; Ronald and Gladys try to spend time at the beach, but the Smasher keeps pestering Ronald. "Cat-Girl's Cat-astrophe," script and art by Joe Edwards; Cat Girl is given a mission to free the cats in the zoo; She bungles that and has a hard time pleasing the Grand Master when he comes to visit. "The Terrible Three," art by Joe Edwards; Sprocket fights three villains at the same time. "Monster Wind-Up Dolls," art by Joe Edwards; Humorous wind-up monster dolls. Back-cover monster strip with pencils by Dan DeCarlo. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #31
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 31

    Untitled Alice the Astronaughty Space Girl story, script by George Gladir, art by Joe Edwards; Alice is chosen to be the first girl on the moon, but the launch of her rocket is almost sabotaged by her rival Brunhilda. "What's Wrong with Basketball?"; Mad House solutions for problems with basketball, like too tall teams, officials blowing the whistle too often, etc. "Mad House Guide to Camping and Hunting." "The Sandy Dandy"; Oswald is assigned with driving the Turks out of Arabia; A parody of "Lawrence of Arabia." "Mood TV," pencils by Joe Edwards; Watching TV programs from appropriate settings, like sea programs from the bathtub or psychiatrist programs from the couch. "Teen City," pencils by Joe Edwards; A city designed exclusively with teens in mind. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals ad. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #32
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 32
    • Water damage.

    This issue was published without an issue number on the cover. "The Dating Code"; What girls and boys wear to show their willingness to go steady. "Western Terms for Eastern Teens," art by Bill Kresse; Cowboy western slang translated into modern teen slang. "Cheerleader Chuckles," art by Bill Kresse; Jokes about cheerleaders and baton twirlers. "Skating Tips and Quips." "Capt. Sprocket vs. 3-D Man"; Professor Transistor invents a ray that allows two objects to occupy the same space; His assistant uses it on himself to become 3-D Man, who can walk through walls; Captain Sprocket comes up with a plan to prevent 3-D Man from stealing all the government top secrets (and it works!). Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Betty and Veronica Spectacular. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #33
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 33

    This issue was published without an issue number on the cover. "Ronald the Rubber Boy Meets Sabrina the Witch Queen," art by Joe Edwards; Ronald and Sabrina each envy the other's powers; They get Sabrina's Fairy Witch Mother to make a potion to change their powers, but then find they were better off before. "Mad House Olympics of 1964 "; Mad House versions of Olympic track and field events. "The Teen Olympics," art by Bill Kresse; Teen versions of the Olympics, which include locker-stuffing, jalopy-pushing, commercial marathon, dilly-dialing, sad story, and marathon will-power (for going the longest without television). Ads for Betty and Veronica, Archie Annual Summer Fun. "Super Duper Blooper," pencils by Joe Edwards; Alice gets super-powers by going to the moon; However, every time she tries to use them she gets distracted. "Mad House World's Fair of 1964"; Professor Transistor gives Herman a tour of the Mad House World's Fair, where all the buildings look like what they are supposed to represent. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #34
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 34
    • Staple rust with migration.
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple.

    Untitled Professor Transistor story; The Professor's nephew Lennie uses experimental eye-drops to give himself x-ray vision; He overdoses on the solution and gives himself such powerful x-ray vision that his life becomes a nightmare. "Rocket Belts for Teens"; How life will change when all teens get their own rocket-belts. "Goofy Golf," art by Bill Kresse; A Mad House twisted look at golf. "Mad House Sports Equipment"; Mad House sports equipment includes twin surfing boards, a bowling ball for bowling perfect scores, fake casts for skiers, a flub club for golf, a cement-mixer for football players, pogo sticks for basketball players, polo played with motor scooters, ear plugs for umpires, and ladders for badminton players. "No-Gun Jonesy"; The adventures of No-Gun Jonesy, the only cowboy who doesn't carry a gun. "Ads for Legal Lads"; Parody ads for lawyers for film, correspondence school, and soap. Betty and Veronica Summer Fun ad. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #35
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 35
    • Water damage.

    Interior front cover features caricatures of The Beatles along with six insects claiming to be the Original Beetles. "Sprocket's Surprise"; Captain Sprocket battles Video Man, who can appear from any television screen. "Super Blooper"; Many so-called heroes compete for the coveted Super Rookie Award 1964. "The Hazards of Skin Diving," art by Bill Kresse; The underwater problems facing skin-divers. "Donna... She's A Doozy"; Donna is obsessed with TV medical shows, much to the dismay of her parents. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Archie Quarter Comics. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #36
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 36
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • Centerfold detached.

    Ali Bubu, the Fabulous Fakir!, art by Joe Edwards; Ali Bubu gets the girl in the end even if his magic isn't always very effective. Photography Then 'n' Now; Gags about photography and how it's done. Bowled Over; Sabrina tries to help Bob, a boy she likes, with his bowling but her powers keep messing things up. Tops in Pops; The story of two rival disk jockeys at radio station WHIZ. Martian Martyr, art by Joe Edwards; A peaceful expedition to Earth is thwarted by a bug-killing housewife. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #37
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 37
    • Cover detached at one staple. Water damage.

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Super-Hero Convention cartoon panel. Video Idiocy; Super-Disguise is invited to join the Union Of Super Good Guys. The Crabgrass Creature; A chemical formula designed to curb the crabgrass on a suburban lawn instead creates a gigantic plant being. Double Trouble, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Sabrina's Aunt Hilda takes her to Professor Transistor, hoping he can transform Sabrina into someone who looks more like Hilda. Dr. Neutron; Captain Sprocket searches for a easy villain to fight for a change. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #38
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 38
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    "Dr. Neutron: Part 2"; Dr. Neutron has Captain Sprocket ready to be sliced into ice cubes, but is interrupted by Super Sally and her gang of super-heroes. "Super Rat Fink"; Super Rat Fink commits many little annoying crimes in revenge for Earth beaming TV commercials to his planet. "Everyday Super Guys," art by Bill Kresse; What would happen if everyday people were superheroes? Untitled Mighty Inch story; The other super-heroes make fun of the tiny Mighty Inch, but he's the one who defeats the Green Terror. "Stitch Pitch"; The problems of being a tailor for all the various types of super-heroes. Ads for Archie's Madhouse Annual, Archie's Pals 'n' Gals. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #39
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 39

    "The Digger," art by Joe Edwards; A police inspector trails a criminal capable of burrowing through anything. "Dr. Zodiac The Skull Scoundrel"; Dr. Zodiac invents a micro-electronic brain that turns any object into a slave that obeys his commands. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Betty and Veronica Spectacular. "Robot Revenge," art by Joe Edwards; Dr. Neutron escapes from prison and builds robots to try to defeat Captain Sprocket. "Cool School"; Captain Sprocket explains how he was able to graduate from Super High, the school for super heroes. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #40
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 40

    "Super Disguise vs. Super Market Man"; Super Disguise has to battle a villain that can change his body into any object found in a super market. "Jungle Bungle"; Captain Sprocket escorts Professor Jaxon's daughter through the jungle to find her father. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Betty and Veronica Summer Fun, Archie Annual. "A Frightful Dinner," art by Bill Kresse; A traveler in Transylvania finds the only card a restaurant will accept is his blood donor's card. "Captain Shark"; Water Beetle Man uses his brains to capture Captain Shark. "Dr. Bonehead's Boner"; Dr. Bonehead invents a formula that makes insects super-size, but gives them human intelligence. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #41
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 41

    "Market Marauder, Part 2," art by Orlando Busino; Super Disguise tries to apprehend Super Market Man. "Super Blooper," art by Chic Stone; Captain Sprocket is too much of a gentleman to capture a lady crook, so he advertises for a female assistant. Ads for Archie's Mad House Annual, Archie's Jokes, Betty and Veronica Summer Fun. "The Detergent Monster"; The monster possessed a super clean body, but oh, what a dirty, grimy heart he had! 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #42
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 42

    "Godfrey Gooch Space Hunter"; The Earth Space Zoo director wants Godfrey to get the zoo something new. "Space Patrol"; In 2065 A.D., space patrolmen Dolan of Earth and Moo Goo of Mars chase a speeder and end up in a strange galaxy; They are captured by giant aliens and put in jail. Ads for Archie's Jokes, Around the World with Archie, Archie's Madhouse Annual. "The Mad Ad Monster"; Scientists create a product that will cure bad breath, dandruff, and B.O. However, after their announcer drinks the product on a live TV commercial, he gains strange powers and decides to ruin all TV commercials. "Zalula the Love Sick Space Monster"; An astronaut lands on a planet and encounters a giant alien who has fallen for him. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #44
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 44
    • Pedigree: John G. Fantucchio
    • From the John G. Fantucchio collection, but comic does not include a certificate of authenticity.

    Agent 007/10; A parody of the James Bond films. Bark Lark; Captain Sprocket battles a bulldog terrorizing mailmen all over the city. Bird Monster From Outer Space; An alien bird humanoid lands on Earth and quickly runs afoul of Earth laws and customs. I Dated A Monster; A beautiful teenage girl throws herself at an indifferent hideous monster. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #45
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 45

    Mr. Clock; Captain Sprocket battles the time-traveling menace Mr. Clock. Woe Beau, script by George Gladir, art by Orlando Busino; A frog appeals to a princess that he's been enchanted and needs her help. Finkfinger, art by Orlando Busino; A teen gains the power to conduct electricity through an accident while repairing a television set. Juke Box Joe, art by Orlando Busino; Captain Sprocket battles a villain capable of controlling human movement with his library of catchy tunes. Lulu Of A Boo-Boo, script by George Gladir; Sabrina tries using her magic to get Donald away from Rosalind, but her spells keep backfiring on her. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #46
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 46

    Spy Spoof; Agents 0098 and 0099 graduate spy school, become gofers for more respected agents, bumble their way into stopping "Notorious Spy, Mr. Silverfinger" with a toaster. Professor Transistor in Mission Mish-Mash; Prof. Transistor is sent on a mission to Pizzarovia. The Diamond; Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire easily defeat the efforts of the "Union of Super Heroes" to stop their crimes because the villains' bodies are made of solid gemstone, and "diamonds are the hardest substance in the world. Hold That Tiger; Martian anthropomorhpic tigers decide to vacation on Earth because of Earth's commercials. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #47
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 47

    Cover by Bill Kresse. "The Big Gig," art by Bill Kresse; Sprocket is sent on a secret mission to Glopstockia to bring back an enlarging machine. "Music Hath Harm," art by Bill Kresse; Rocky the disk jockey hires an energetic young assistant to do all the dangerous work in his job - like giving out free records. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Little Archie, Archie Annual. Statement of Ownership for October 1, 1965. Average total copies printed for previous year was 414,664 with total paid circulation of 231,934. Nearest issue to filing was total printed of 497,281 with total paid 304,468. "The Confessions of a Bad Guy Spy!, Part 1: I Was a Teen-Age Spy," art by Bill Kresse; Zeke sells secrets to his fellow teenagers and organizes a network of spies called F. I. N. K. (Fiendish Intelligence Network of Kids). 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #48
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 48

    Cover by Bill Kresse. "Sprocket, Jr.", art by Bill Kresse; Captain Sprocket and Sprocket Junior try to recover the Shlunk jewels after the Catman has stolen them. "The Cupid Caper," art by Bill Kresse; Girl-hater Gerald Gooch appears to be immune to Cupid's arrows, so he dips his arrows in a super love potion. Ads for Archie's Jokes, Betty and Veronica Summer Fun, Archie Annual. "Spy Guy School," art by Bill Kresse; Zeke enrolls in spy school. "Beach Party Smarty," art by Bill Kresse; At the beach, Sabrina tries to get Donald away from her rival Rosalind, but all her spells keep backfiring. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #49
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 49
    • Chew

    Zero's Zeal; Captain Sprocket helps Super Zero discover his true super powers. Horse Man; When Fishface robs a bank it's up to Horseman to track him down. Razzle Dazzle; A Leprechaun turns Slushwell into his hero Super Dazzle for 24 hours. Go-Go Gaga; Skinflint tries to shut down the teens dance club so they will be forced to come to his dance club. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #50
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 50
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    The Tricky Tree Trap!; Captain Sprocket dresses up like a Christmas tree to capture the bank robber Treeman. Super Cowpoke; Super Cowpoke stops the stage from being robbed, stops an Indian attack and has a gunfight in town. Shady Sadie; Superchick must stop Shady Sadie from using her powers to win the Miss America pageant. Rival Reversal; Sabrina hopes that "Hot-Rod" Rudy asks her to the dance. 32 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #52
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 52

    Cover pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Flame Game," art by Bill Kresse; On vacation at a ski resort, Captain Sprocket battles Dr. Vile, the human blowtorch. "Snow Job," art by Bill Kresse; At a ski resort, a brawny bully is no match for Ronald. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Archie Giant Series. "London Lore," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Sabrina and Donald travel to England via magic. "Super Snail," art by Bill Kresse; The world's laziest super hero. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #53
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 53
    • Cover detached. Centerfold detached at one staple.

    "Lester of the Chimps," script by George Gladir, art by Bill Kresse; Lester sells counterfeit goods to a safari and then takes credit for battling a tiger, when Zartan did the job. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Little Archie, Archie Giant Series. "Car Man," script by George Gladir, art by Bill Kresse; Car Man (half-man, half automobile) captures villain Blue Bolt and his Blue Thunder car. "School Scamp"; Sabrina uses witchcraft to help her get Jimmy to ask her to the dance, but everything goes wrong. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #54
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 54

    "The Green Bee"; The Green Bee takes all the credit, but it's his sidekick Tato who does all the work. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Little Archie, Archie Giant Series, Archie Annual. "Gun Shy"; Word comes to Lodge City that the Chief is riding into town and everyone panics, including the marshal. "The Adventures of the Baboons"; The rock group The Baboons gets laid off and seeks work at the City Zoo, causing the usual chaos; A parody of "The Monkees" TV series. "The Animal Gang," art by Bill Kresse; The Animal Gang defies Captain Sprocket's attempts to capture them; Amazingly, Sprocket comes up with ways to outwit them. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #55
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 55

    The Super-White Knight Versus the Jolly Red Giant; The Super-White Knight and the Jolly Red Giant become TV stars. Blips; The Blips break the "third wall" and talk directly to the reader. Speed Deed!; Sabrina uses her witchcraft to help Clyde win a race to get back at Tommy. A Time Trip; Professor Transistor takes two teen-ages in his time machine to Columbus's Landing, the Boston Tea Party and WWI France. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #56
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 56

    "The Shape Scrape"; Captain Sprocket stops his old enemy, Anyshape, from robbing a bank. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Betty and Veronica. "Can a Mighty Girl (from a Small Town) Find Romance (in a Small Town)??"; Mighty Chick searches for love. "Ads for Super Heroes" featuring Captain Sprocket. "Tale of Wail," art by Chic Stone; Prince Zyx of Mars travels to Earth as an advance scout for an invasion, but Earthlings do not react as expected to anything he does. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #57
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 57

    Cover pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "The Mad Mod," art by Chic Stone; Captain Sprocket battles the Mad Mod and his 50-weapon guitar. Ads for Archie Giant Series, Archie's Pals 'n' Gals, Archie's Mad House Annual, The World of Jughead. "Lamp Champ," art by Chic Stone; Ali Bubu's girlfriend has a crush on The Chimps rock group and no magic he or his genie come up with seems to change her mind. "Girl Whirl," art by Chic Stone; Kaz gets involved in a love triangle, with robots. "The Mad House Guide to Rock 'n' Roll Dances," art by Chic Stone; Spoof on dances of the 1960s. "Introducing Agent X-48," art by Chic Stone; Spoof on 007-type spy stories. "Blip Quips," script and art by Joe Edwards. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #58
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 58
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    Cover pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Rollo the Rocker," script and pencils by Joe Edwards, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Captain Sprocket battles Rollo the Rocker and his gimmicked guitar. "Wasted TV Commercials," pencils by Joe Edwards, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Many TV commercials are watched by people who have absolutely no use for the product being advertised. "The Not-So-Sweet Smell of Success," art by Chic Stone; While walking in the forest, Ronald and his girlfriend are kidnapped by bank-robbers. Ads for Archie's Pals 'n' Gals. "Wile Style," art by Chic Stone; Sabrina wishes to make a name for herself in the fashion world, but her spells don't have the desired effect. "Irate Pirate," art by Chic Stone; Space Patrolman McKlunk gets into one galactic mishap after another. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #59
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 59

    The Mad Ad Monster; Cap'n Sprocket must stop the Mad Ad Monster from breaking into Fort Knox. Teeny-Weeny Boppers; Sabrina shrinks Tommy and herself down so they can race his slot-car from inside the car. Revolt of the Machines; The Super Machines from Bolox cause all the machines on Earth to go on strike. Flipster the Hipster; Cap'n Sproket must stop Flipster the Hipster's crime spree. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #61
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 61

    Cover pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Tragic Magic," pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Marty Epp; Zappy and Daisey summon a mod genie from a Tiffany lamp. Bendix ad with Archie. "The Space Cleanup Man," pencils by Chic Stone, inks by Rudy Lapick; A space sanitation man saves the Earth from an evil villain. Ad for Archie Annual #20. "Vain Brain," script and pencils by Joe Edwards, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Captain Sprocket battles a criminal computer. "Space Chase," pencils by Chic Stone, inks by Rudy Lapick; An Earthman flees to the planet Blotto to escape a $5 fine for littering; He finds the pig-like aliens arrest him for trespassing and put him in an arena to fight three animal opponents. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #62
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 62

    Cover by Gus Lemoine. "Glop Flop," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Professor Transistor accidentally creates a gravity-defying substance. Bendix Brakes ad with Archie. "A Passion for Fashion," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; The British fashion designer Tiger Shark is challenged by a new American designer. Ad for Archie Annual. "The Flying Saucer Mystery," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Aliens come to Earth to laugh at humans. "Rod the Mod," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Painter Rod the Mod needs money to pay off his tab at the sandwich shop. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #63
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 63
    • Water damage.

    Cover pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Past Blast," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Sabrina uses a special brew to go back into history and become anyone she wants. Bendix Brakes ad with Archie. "The Masked Surfer," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; A "Lone Ranger" spoof. Ad for Betty and Veronica Summer Fun. "Tessie the Talker," pencils by Stan Goldberg inks by Jon D'Agostino; The world's first female deejay. "Outtasite High," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Story about an unusual high school has the largest comic book collection in the world. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #66
    Archie's Madhouse (1959) 66

    Zippy and the Zappers; Zippy and the Zappers are a rock group that plays their concerts from a car. Thrill Skill; Porter the Reporter must spice up his sports broadcast or he will lose his sponsor. Film Monsters; Various humorous one-panel "Monster" type films. Hustle Bustle; A reporter interviews the band Zippy and the Zappers. Lasses with Glasses; Groovy Greta wants glasses. Dizzy Disco Dilemma; Desmond is the greatest Discotheque light man. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.