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Archie (1943) comic books 2001

  • Issue #503
    Archie (1943) 503

    by Various & Stan Goldberg. "It's in the Male" (by Angelo DeCesare & Goldberg): Ronnie videotapes Archie and Reggie for a project on male behavior, but when the camera stops rolling, she's left with a "disaster" movie! "How She Does Go On?" (by Kathleen Webb & Goldberg): Archie tries to tell Veronica that she talks about herself too much, but he can't get a word in edgewise! "A Bird in the Hand"(by George Gladir & Goldberg): Archie wins a Thanksgiving turkey, but when it turns out to be alive, he has second thoughts about gobbling up a bird that's still gobbling! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #504
    Archie (1943) 504

    Cover by Stan Goldberg & Bob Smith. Stories by George Gladir and Various. Art by Stan Goldberg and Various. In "Vroom Vroom," Mr. Lodge enjoys a nice, peaceful vacation at a secluded ski chalet -- until Archie picks up Veronica in a noisy snowmobile! It's an avalanche of laughs! Plus, more tales of mirth starring Archie and the gang! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #505
    Archie (1943) 505

    by Angelo DeCesare & Mike Pellowski. In "Cold Cream" Archie thinks he's got marketing down cold when he dresses in summer clothes to sell ice cream in the winter! "The Bigger Picture": Archie and his dad get bit by the "big-screen TV" bug, but need to find a way around the big-time price tag. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #506
    Archie (1943) 506

    In "Over the Hill," an insurmountable hill is the source of Archie's ills in this snow-filled tale! Archie attempts something harder than splitting the atom ? trying to get his best girl Veronica and his best buddy Jughead to get along with each other in "Just a Perfect Friendship." And in "My Boy Juggie," Betty and Veronica are worried that Archie will go girl crazy on a solo trip to the ski lodge so they convince Jughead to go with him. Everyone run for cover ? Jinx Malloy is on the move in "The Jinx is Back!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #507
    Archie (1943) 507

    by Boldman, Gladir, Golliher, & Goldberg. "The Return of Captain Dare": Chuck's latest comic creation bares more than a passing resemblance to his high-school friends. In "Study Buddy," Archie has the whole house to himself and he's determined to study ? but his visiting friends have other ideas. "Them's The Breaks": Archie tries to convince Veronica he's not as clumsy as everyone thinks ? and breaks one of her father's favorite vases in the process! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #508
    Archie (1943) 508

    by Angelo DeCesare, Stan Goldberg, & Hal Smith. "New Scoot, Old Coot": Mr. Weatherbee outlaws scooters on school grounds, encouraging the students to "put away childish things." How long before the kid in him protests? "Ghost Writer": No, Mr. Lodge isn't seeing things ? Archie is determined to write a true-to-life story for class, so he "secretly" observes him whenever he can! "Pop Music": Pop Tate convinces Archie and his pals to take their "boy singing group" act to the streets, just like he did as a teenage doo-wopper. Will they hit a high note like their idols, "In-Sink?" "Putting In His Two Dollars": Mr. Andrews teaches Archie that handling money is common cents! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #509
    Archie (1943) 509

    by Hal Smith, Stan Goldberg, Angelo DeCesare. "Airhead": Mr. Lodge needs a hobby to get his mind off work, so Archie introduces him to model airplanes. Before you know, Mr. Lodge needs a hobby to get away from Archie! "My Pal, The Hunk": Jughead's diet won't last long if he can't keep his mind off food, so Archie enlists the girls to try to interest him in love! "Personal Strainer": Archie's dad needs to get in shape, so Archie becomes his personal trainer! With Archie as a trainer, can Mr. Andrews survive getting in shape? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #510
    Archie (1943) 510

    by Various & Goldberg. "The Mary-Go Round": Archie tries to make his mom feel like a teenager on her birthday ? by inviting her to hang out with all his friends! "Job Juggling": Some people will eat you out of house and home, but if you're one of the unfortunate employers to hire Jughead, he'll eat you out of business! "Mr. Lodge & I": If Mr. Lodge had a penny for every time he threw Archie out of his mansion, he'd be a gazillionaire! "A Tale of 2 Similars": Jughead finds out Archie's mechanic has the same car as Archie ? except for a radical, custom-painted design! Naturally, he plays a practical joke and pulls a switch! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #511
    Archie (1943) 511

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    by Various & Stan Goldberg. "The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same" (script by Kathleen Webb): Looking for a little variety, Archie decides he'll find himself a new summer love, but he finds out a day at the beach ISN'T a day at the beach, when every girl he meets is just like Betty or Veronica! "Beach A-Go-Go" (script by Mike Pellowski): Archie dives sand-first into beach sports, but when the day is done, the only sport he's interested in is marathon napping! "Vacation Blues" (script by George Gladir): Mr. Lodge decides to spend a nice, quiet summer vacation at home, but with Archie on the scene, he'll definitely need to get away! "The Dream Job" (script by George Gladir): Archie's a real character ? literally, when he gets a summer job wearing mascot costumes at the Ditzyland theme park. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #512
    Archie (1943) 512

    by Various & Stan Goldberg. "The Shtick Is King" (written by George Gladir): You know it's gonna' be a long, hot summer when Archie needs a new gimmick to get the girls! "The No-It All" (written by Craig Boldman): Archie will go to great lengths for a date with Shelly... and even greater lengths just for the opportunity to be turned down by her! "Sound Decision" (written by Bill Golliher): Is that the sound of the cavalry coming? No, it's only Archie's new volume-blasting, ear-bursting car studio! "The Empire Builder" (written by Kathleen Webb): When Archie gets hooked on a computer simulation game, his parents wish it would simulate a desire in their son to enjoy the sunny summer outdoors! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #513
    Archie (1943) 513

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith. "Back Attack," script by Craig Boldman, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Mr. Lodge has back trouble, making him even crankier than usual toward Archie; Archie takes Jughead's suggestion of rigging up a magnet belt to help with Mr. Lodge's pain. Archie Americana Series Best Of The Eighties ad. "Love Hurts" one-page story, script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie's wooing comes to a bad end when he confuses Veronica with Betty. "Raking It In," script by Greg Crosby, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Mr. Andrews orders Archie to rake the leaves from the lawn. "Park Lark," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie and Betty are heading to a big sale, but Archie wastes lots of time jockeying for a good parking space. "Helpful Hints," script by Mike Pellowski, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Humorous advice for teens. Sonic 100 The Ultimate Issue ad. "Chair Man of the Bored," script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Jughead and Archie damage Mr. Andrews' new high-tech reclining chair; Mrs. Andrews satisfies him by just surreptitiously putting a new slipcover on the old chair. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #514
    Archie (1943) 514

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith. "Mumps the Word," script by Greg Crosby, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie fakes sickness to see which of the girls will pamper him the most. Archie Americana Series Best Of The Eighties ad. "Rad Ad," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie sells ad space on his car in order to get money for a date with Veronica, but learns that she thinks such arrangements are low-class. Fan Art Tips. "A Pizza My Mind," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie suggests that Veronica's chef should serve a simple pizza such as pepperoni, so the Lodges throw him out. "What's News?", script by Greg Crosby, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Jughead's seemingly innocuous assignments for the school paper get him into deeper and deeper trouble. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #515
    Archie (1943) 515

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith. "A Time for Change," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie and Jughead drive themselves crazy, resetting dozens of clocks off of Daylight Saving Time. "The Big Turnaround," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Riverdale is losing the football game because Moose is too distracted by cheerleader Midge; Archie gets her to pose with the other team, and Moose's anger turns into an unstoppable force on the field. The I Love Archie Photo Contest. "Bird Brainer," script by Mike Pellowski, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie is working at a pet store; The talking parrot keeps getting him into trouble, until it helps him get a date with a pretty girl. Archie's Holiday Fun Digest # 6 ad. "Who Are These People?", script by Greg Crosby, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie can't understand why everyone's avoiding him; It's because they're planning his surprise birthday party. Archie Americana Series Best Of The Eighties ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.