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Betty and Veronica (1987) comic books 2002-2004

  • Issue #168
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 168

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Thanks For Giving" (by Greg Crosby & Jeff Schultz): Will Betty and Veronica's Thanksgiving meal be a hit or a turkey? Satisfy your hunger with this tasty tale! "The Best of Buds" (by George Gladir & Jeff Schultz): Betty and Veronica prove that it's best to keep your rivals close! "Sleepshopping": Can Betty keep Veronica from shopping in her sleep? "Not So Cheerful" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Schultz): Betty and Veronica have a cheer-off to determine which one will have the privilege of cheering for Archie at the pep rally. Go, teens, go! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #169
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 169

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "The Gifted" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz): The Sugar Plum Fairy is sent on her most important holiday mission yet ?? to show Betty and Veronica that friendship is the greatest gift of all. "A Couple of Fruitcakes" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz): Veronica gets a bad taste in her mouth when she learns whose relative is actually responsible for the Lodge family fruitcake recipe! "Bots to You" (by George Gladir & Jeff Schultz): Veronica gets a robot dog in the hopes that it will be less trouble to take care of than a real one... but its ever-active computer brain keeps Veronica running in circles! "Good Skates" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Schultz): Archie's skating on thin ice when he tries to out-glide Reggie in the rink, but when all is said and done, the girls only have "ice" for Archie! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #170
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 170

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz "The Shape of Things to Come": Veronica's frequent flyer miles mean frequent fashion miles for the gang ?? every time she returns from an international trip, she brings a new fad to Riverdale High! "Purse Strings": Betty and Veronica decide to cut their purse strings, literally, when they stop carrying their purses! Their freedom is fleeting when they realize how vital their purses' contents are to their daily existence! "A Tale of Two Papers": In a tale that's stranger than fiction yet close to truth, Veronica gets an "A" on her report while Betty gets a D+! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #171
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 171

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Girls Will Be Girls" (story by Greg Crosby): Seeking refuge from the boys' nasty habits, Betty and Veronica take a mini- vacation in Mr. Lodge's cabin ? but it's not too long before they realize they need a vacation from each other! "Turf War" (story by George Gladir): Betty and Ethel's stunning snowboard tricks can't capture the boys' attentions like Veronica's wipeouts! "Well Spent" (story by Kathleen Webb): Veronica is all spent out, but Betty finds a way to restore her desire to spend and help others at the same time, as Veronica purchases outfits and make-ups for low-income women interviewing for jobs! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #172
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 172

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "The Big Party" (script by George Gladir): Veronica, masquerading as a 1930s movie starlet, isn't the only one 'role playing,' as she throws a 'Come As You'd Like to Be' party. Don't leave before the final fadeout ? this one's got a surprise ending! "Fantasy Time" (script by Gladir): Betty's fantasies mirror Veronica's realities almost to a tee... except Betty seems to be having more fun! "The Quitter" (script by Kathleen Webb): When Betty quits Archie, Veronica can't take the imbalance of no longer having a rival! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #173
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 173

    by Various "Unfortunate Fortune Teller" (by Greg Crosby & Jeff Schultz): When things don't pan out as expected, Veronica wishes she could go back in time... to get her money back from the fortune teller who predicted her future! "Family Fight" (by Greg Crosby & Jeff Schultz): The teens learn their out-of-touch parents know more than they think, as they compete against one another on the latest popular game show! "Steady, Now" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz): The 'eyes' have it ? at least Betty thinks so ? as she reasons that she and Archie should go steady, since they both have blue eyes! A certain brunette disagrees, of course! And "Hoppy Daze" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Schultz): Prince or no prince, Veronica wants no part of the school's "kiss-a-frog" for charity benefit! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #174
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 174

    by Various "Doiley Dancing" (by Bill Golliher & Jeff Schultz): Dilton is dying to ask a girl to the dance, but he can't dance. Will Betty and Veronica's lessons help him put his best feet forward, or is he dancing on thin ice?! "Scent of Success" (by Kathleen Webb & Schultz): Betty starts selling her homebaked cinnamon buns in an effort to afford a "man attracting" perfume... but once the boys get a whiff of her scrumptious buns, no perfume is necessary! "The Best of Friends" (by Webb & Schultz): When Betty sets out to replace Veronica as her 'best friend,' she learns the grass isn't greener ? it's wilted! "Tutor Trouble" (by Golliher & Schultz): It's the age old story... boy needs tutor... boy dreads meeting tutor... tutor turns out to be gorgeous! It's just another day in the life of Betty and Veronica's favorite boyfriend! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #175
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 175

    by Various "The Big Surprise"(George Gladir & Jeff Schultz): When Veronica's designer accidentally sends her a cowgirl outfit for the big dance, it sets off a cowboy craze. Before you know it, Riverdale High looks more like the O.K. Corral! "The Not-So-Perfect Day" (George Gladir): Veronica can't bear to let Archie spend a nice date with Betty, so she convinces Archie that he already had plans with her. Naturally, Betty goes out with Adam... and guess who ends up having a better time? "Mothers and Daughters Day" (Greg Crosby & Jeff Schultz): The generation gap grows wider when Betty and Veronica take out their moms and treat them like their girlfriends. "Robin Hood Winked" (Mike Pellowski & Jeff Schultz): The fans told us they "Sherwood" like to see another Robin Hood spoof... so here it is! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #176
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 176

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    Cover pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli. "In a Blue Vein," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica declares blue the fashion color of the summer; She models swimwear at the beach with Archie but the photographer decides he likes Reggie better. "Betty vs. Veronica," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; A comparison of Betty Cooper's life and Veronica Lodge's life. Sun Safety Tips article with Betty and Veronica. "Cracked Crab," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica "helps" Betty catch some crabs. "Party Planners," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty helps Veronica plan the best summer party of the year. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #177
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 177

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    by Various & Jeff Shultz "Leis and Luas" (script by George Gladir): Veronica's summer vacation and Betty's summer job land them in Hawaii at the same time! Veronica feels bad that Betty can't lounge in the sun... until she learns Betty's the mechanic for three hunky jet- skiers! "Teed Off" (script by Mike Pellowski): On the surface, Betty and Veronica put their tense rivalry aside to play a calming game of golf... but it's all just fore show! "Taken to the Cleaners"(script by Kathleen Webb): To save time, Veronica offers to help Betty clean so they can go to the beach... but once she's done breaking things, it sure won't save her father money! "Luck Amok?" (script by Mike Pellowski): Betty's campfire tale of a marauding mud monster strikes fear into her scout troop ? but not as much as the sight of Veronica with a mudpack! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #178
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 178

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    by Various & Jeff Shultz "Ron's Big Plan" (script by Angelo DeCesare): A summer job at the zoo puts Betty and Veronica in charge of a cute elephant named Cuddles... and leads to a scheme that has them riding her to TV stardom (or so Ron hopes)! "Let it Rain" (script by George Gladir): Ronnie's disposition gets sunnier when Betty shows her how much fun they can have on a rainy day! "The Tryout" (script by Kathleen Webb): Veronica's agile and athletic attempts to avoid trying out for the girls' football team make her a natural! "Picture Perfect" (script by Webb): Veronica gets a first-hand lesson in "truth in advertising" when she and Betty pose for magazine ads! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #179
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 179

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz "Copy This": Veronica goes into a fashion frenzy when she sees copies of the wardrobe designed "exclusively" for her hanging in store windows! "Come and Join the Dance": It's a dance of romance when Betty and Veronica take dancing lessons from hunky instructors! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #180
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 180

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz "Magnificent Obsession": It's a crush of "comic" proportions when Veronica falls for a manga and anime fanatic! "A Twist at the End": A twisted ankle puts cheerleader Veronica on the sidelines... in a mascot outfit! "You Gotta' Be a Girl": When it comes to girls, Betty and Veronica prove "it takes one to know one!" "The Nose Knows": Betty and Veronica try to make "scents" of the smells wafting through Riverdale High. FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #181
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 181

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz "The Write-Off": Look out below! The fourth wall is about to come crashing down as Betty, Veronica, and the "Writer" disagree over how the girls' latest adventure should unravel! "Balancing Act": Mr. Weatherbee tries to convince Ms. Grundy that the tranquility of the school rests on "controlled chaos" as long as Archie, Betty, Reggie, and Veronica are all in school, their rivalries balance themselves out! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #182
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 182

    by Various "The Gift of the Giver" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): In this poignant Christmas tale, Veronica gives piles of money to charity to show Betty she can be giving, too... but it all backfires when Betty feels compelled to donate her entire gift-buying budget to charity as well! How will Veronica deal with this new guilt? Will the spirit of Christmas guide her to do the right thing? "Strictly Ornamental" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Betty comes up with her own festive fashion ? by making a dress out of a tree skirt and Christmas ornaments! "Angel Babes" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Shultz): Betty, Veronica, and Kim fantasize about being "Arnie's Angels" when they catch the high-action flick about beautiful agents on TV. "Rich Pitch" (by George Gladir & Jeff Shultz): This silly sequel to Betty & Veronica #131's "Gifts for the Rich," takes another look at the 'Big Bucks' catalog ? featuring more useless appliances for the rich and bored! FC, 32pg (Note Price)$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #183
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 183

    by Various "So Cool They're Hot" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Given a rare opportunity to see their favorite Icelandic band, Betty packs her warmest clothes for the trip... wait till she finds out they're not performing in Iceland! "Cozy Campground" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Too cold to camp out in the winter? Not if you're Veronica Lodge! With climate-controlled room temperature, heated pool, indoor trees, and stars painted on the ceiling, it can snow all it wants outside! "Smelling the Roses" (by George Gladir & Jeff Shultz): Betty and Veronica go to the mountains hoping to relax and smell the roses ?? until Veronica fractures her leg on the slippery slopes! "Object of Affection" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Veronica shudders at the notion that Jughead's pranks may actually be a sign of affection and decides to be as obnoxious to him as possible ?? as if she isn't already! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #184
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 184

    by Various "Study As She Goes" (by Craig Boldman & Jeff Shultz): Veronica hires the top tutor in the country to catch up to Betty's grades-but in the process she only inspires Betty to study harder, further distancing herself from Betty's average! "Color of the Day" (by John Albano & Jeff Shultz): Red hearts are the color of the day, as the lovesick girls of Riverdale anxiously await the arrival of Midge's handsome cousin, Rudolph! "Surprised" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): A wrong turn on the way to grandma's leads to a surprise find for Betty: a mega shopping mall! But will this news surprise Veronica? "I Can Relate" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Veronica one-up's Betty in the "disappointment" department-but somehow, Veronica's disappointments seem like a walk in the park next to Betty's! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #185
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 185

    by DeCesare & Webb, & Schultz "UnBULLYable!" (by Angelo DeCesare & Jeff Shultz): When her dad takes her credit cards, Veronica feels sorry for herself and falls in with a group of bullies... and soon realizes she's become a bully herself! Will she find her way back to her true friends? "Stormy Weatherbee" (by Angelo DeCesare & Jeff Shultz): Neither rain nor sleet nor hail nor snow shall stop Betty and Veronica in their pursuit of Mr. Weatherbee as each vies for the coveted position of Riverdale High's public access weather lady! "Snack Attack" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Veronica and Betty go out in search of junk food that's not too junky and health food that's not too healthy ? anyone for chocolate covered tofu? FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #186
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 186

    Cover pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Soap Operations," script by Angelo DeCesare, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty falls asleep during a marathon DVD session of her favorite soap opera and dreams she and the Archie cast are acting out the drama's plot lines. Dear Betty & Veronica advice column by Sara Algase. "Learn Something New," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Miss Grundy asks Betty to try to get Veronica to concentrate on her lessons. Now Fashions, art by Jeff Shultz; Betty and Veronica model fashion designs submitted by readers. "Danger Zone," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty and Veronica search the town for Archie, but all they find is destruction left in his wake and angry people ready to throttle him. "Number Cruncher" one-page story, script by George Gladir, pencils by Tim Kennedy, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica the cheerleader tries to counter Central High's boastful cheers. "Buzz Word," script by Mike Pellowski, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; The halls of Riverdale High are terrorized by a rogue bee. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #187
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 187

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Rat Control" (by Webb & Shultz): Betty is on a mission to take care of all the 'random annoying things' in her life; when Veronica decides to do the same, Reggie and Jughead top her list! "The Troubles She's Seen" (by Webb & Shultz): Trouble is where you find it ? and for Veronica that means 'agonizing' over what to wear, 'fending off' boys, and having other girls be jealous of her! This 'troubles' Betty, whose own problems are much less glamorous! "Well Coordinated" (by Webb & Schultz): Veronica calls the shots by calling Betty repeatedly and advising her what to wear. Will Betty be a fashion follower or develop a fashion sense of her own? "Birds of a Feather" (by Pellowski & Shultz): Veronica thinks Betty's new hobby is for the birds ? and it is, when Betty joins a bird watching club! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #188
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 188

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Club Snub" (by Boldman & Shultz): Feeling over-pampered, Veronica decides to visit an out-of-town spa where her father is less known, not realizing he owns that spa, too! Will the staff act naturally... or take her visit as a surprise inspection?! "The Scream Team" (by Pellowski & Shultz): The guys are having problems dealing with the girl's emotions ? primarily their fear and screaming as they go on all the scary rides at the amusement park! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #189
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 189

    by Various "Rabid Rivals" (by George Gladir & Jeff Shultz): All is fair in love in war... even if you're at a fair, as Betty and Veronica learn when Archie and Adam engage in a battle of one-upmanship there! "So Real It's Surreal" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Veronica puts on her bikini, orders a frozen hot dog on a stick and gets ready for school... in the summer! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #190
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 190

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    by Kathleen Webb & Mike Pellowski, & Jeff Schultz "Cool Customer": A trip to the salon to prepare for the ice cream shop? Must be a new hunk working behind the counter! "Paddle Boat": You can lead Veronica to a canoe but you can't make her paddle ?? not when she has a powerboat! "Oar" can you?! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #191
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 191

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Alison Flood. "Alone at Last!", script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty and Veronica compete for Archie's attention on a summer day at the beach until it rains. "Bring Your Own Bag!" Archie's Environmental Tips public service announcement. "Feeding Frenzy," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Mike Esposito; Betty takes Archie to a fashion show where Veronica is modeling swimsuits and ends up being chosen as a model herself. "Cuddles and Pookie!", script by Hal Smith, pencils by Tim Kennedy, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie stumbles onto an old love letter tucked in Betty's photo album. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Lost and Found," script by George Gladir, pencils by Tim Kennedy, inks by Mike Esposito; Archie and Betty look all over town for a lost dog. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #192
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 192

    by Various "A Change of Clothes" (by Kathleen Webb Jeff Shultz): When her car breaks down in the rain and she's forced to borrow clothes from Betty, Veronica ends up all wet-in more ways than one! "Slow Talker" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Shultz): Gossip can get old fast- especially if there are speed bumps preventing you from spreading it! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #193
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 193

    Cover pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli. "Bad Habit to Break," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica tries to guess what is Betty's bad habit. "Fit To Be Knitted"; Everybody has a pair of knitted slippers except Veronica. "A Question of Style"; Veronica tells Betty her outfit is horrible, then she sees Betty in the costume for a kids play and thinks it is a much better outfit. "Lab Gab," script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Bob Smith; Betty and Veronica visit Dilton in his lab to see what he is creating. "Jab Jibe," script by George Gladir, pencils by Tim Kennedy, inks by Rudy Lapick; Ethel works out on the heavy bag so she will be ready when some boy gets fresh with her. "The Perfect Costume"; Veronica is determined to come up with the perfect costume for her Halloween party-even if Betty or Noriko have to come up with it for her! 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #194
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 194

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz "Time Warp": Time moves at different speeds for Betty and Veronica as they approach the week with differing goals... and differing results! "Lip Lock": Betty learns a 'free makeover' equals an 'expensive sales pitch,' but at least she can afford the lipstick ? and the kisses from Archie it inspires! "Our? Song": Archie learns lesson #1 ? don't share one song with two girlfriends! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #195
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 195

    Cover pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli. "The Snow Must Go On," script by Barbara Slate, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty skips sledding with the gang because she's having fun making a family of snowmen; Veronica decides that Betty is sad about always being outshone by Veronica, and so dulls her appearance down--just in time to appear in a TV spot about Betty and her snow sculptures. "Ladies' Choice," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica says she'll take a Christmas tree; Ethel says she'll take Jughead, who's carrying it. "Dress Warmly," script by Mike Pellowski, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica has an attractive new dress, but the school's heating system breaks down; She has to wear her coat all day, so no one sees her dress. Advice column by "Betty" and "Veronica." "Isn't it Obvious?", script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Archie and the girls are picked as extras when teen star Ophelia comes to town, but only Betty is relaxed enough to actually talk with her. "Santa's Choice," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Archie dresses up as Santa Claus, so Betty dresses up as a chimney. "Party Smarty," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica tries to steal the limelight in a revealing Santa costume; The girls stick her with distributing gifts to children, but finally dress as elves to help her out. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #196
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 196

    by Barbara Slate & Jeff Shultz. "Too Many Shoes": It's a tale with a lot of "sole," as Veronica collects her old shoes for charity-and they walk her down memory lane! "Being There": Going stir crazy from the snow, Betty suggests she and Veronica pretend they're in a warmer climate. Their destinations are as close as their imaginations! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #197
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 197

    Cover pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli. "Old Flame!", script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty and Veronica plan a surprise reunion between Ms. Grundy and her high school sweetheart/debating team colleague...but whether their reunion is "sweet" is open to "debate!" "Patience Is Not Her Virtue!", script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty tries to teach Veronica to have patience. Way Cool Fashions page. "Stronger Than Fiction!", script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica's fabricated diary goes "missing." "Sport Sprite," script by George Gladir, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Veronica loves everything about snowboarding except snowboarding itself. "Dates and Debates," script by John Albano, pencils by Jeff Shultz, inks by Henry Scarpelli; Betty and Veronica bring a new girl in town, Kristine, to the school dance; Soon Kristine is dancing with every girl's boyfriend and collecting money for an unnamed charity. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #198
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 198

    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Box Score" (by Craig Boldman & Jeff Shultz): When it comes to setting trends, Veronica usually "thinks out of the box" ? but this time she's wearing the box! "War of Words" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Veronica is the very definition of livid when Jughead starts using big words to insult her! Will she extrapoloate some entomology of her own to reciprocate?! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #199
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 199

    by Various "Drive-In Drama" (by George Gladir & Jeff Shultz): When Mr. Lodge backs a new drive- in, it's a chance for him and his wife to relive nostalgic memories ? and for Veronica to relive recent memories of Archie spending time with Betty! "Best Foot Forward" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Shultz): A boot-zipper mishap leaves Betty wearing one boot and one sneaker ? an embarrassing predicament to be sure. That is, until Veronica convinces everyone it's the latest European fad! "A Blooming Friendship" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz): A poignant tale highlighting the special relationship of those gal pals, Betty and Veronica. "Yet Again" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz): With a title like that, we're sure you can guess the plot: Archie has asked Betty and Veronica out to the same dance again! Will he ever learn any new steps?! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #200
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 200

    by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Schultz Special 200th Issue Anniversary Edition! "Things I Like About You": Can it be true ? have Betty and Veronica ended their friendship for good?! Not if Nancy can help it, and help is what she intends when she issues the gal pals this challenge: find 100 reasons apiece ? 200 reasons total ? to stay best friends! Of course, they're too steamed to come up with reasons on their own, so Nancy has them interview their friends and family ? to show just how their break-up will affect everyone. It's a hilarious and poignant issue-length epic you won't want to miss! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #201
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 201

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    by Various & Jeff Schultz "Running From Hot and Cold" (by Kathleen Webb & Schultz): The girls can't decide what's worse ? the sweltering heat outside or the frigid air conditioning inside! "Nature Girl" (by Webb & Schultz): Veronica "roughs it" her way ? by buying all the latest high- priced hiking aids! "Marked Woman" (by Webb & Schultz): It seems like a good idea when the hunk on the beach writes his number on Betty's ankle... until she takes a swim, that is! "Ideal Scenario" (by Mike Pellowski & Schultz): Betty and Veronica realize that when it comes to reality, their idea of the "ideal lifeguard"... and "ideal man"... is all wet! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #202
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 202

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    by Various "Color Me Colorful" (by Kathleen Webb & Jeff Shultz): Dilton enlists Betty in an experiment to determine Archie's reactions to colors, and it's got Veronica seeing red! "Paying Through the Nose" (by Webb & Shultz): Odor and decorum go out the window when Veronica gets a new, high-priced perfume! "Whatever Suits You" (by Mike Pellowski & Shultz): Whether swimming, sunbathing or playing volleyball, the girls have swimsuits for any occasion! "Body Image" (by George Gladir & Shultz): Veronica can't wait for a date with a hunky Adonis... but soon finds out he's nothing but a "dumb bell!" FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #203
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 203

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    by Various "It's All in the Bag": With the swank Country Club dance just days away, Veronica enlists Betty's help in choosing the perfect date to go with her designer purse "Under Cover of Darkness": Power problems at the Cooper home force Betty to dress in the dark and inadvertently start a new fashion craze that upstages Veronica's designer duds! "My Brother's Keeper": Betty encourages Veronica to be more compassionate and less superficial; Veronica's version of compassion is to encourage others to indulge in superficialities! "Poetic Injustice": Veronica has no ideas for her poetry assignment so she turns to Archie for inspiration... will it lead to pretty prose or a rhyme crime?! FC, 32pg$2.19 Cover price $2.19.