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Archie and Friends (1991) comic books

  • Issue #101
    Archie and Friends (1991) 101

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    By Andrew Pepoy. "Where in the World are The Veronicas?": featuring the return of Katy Keene! Ever since her smash hit reintroduction in the 2005 Free Comic Book Day giveaway comic from Archie, fans have been asking for Katy's return. Now she's back in a brand-new story that's sure to be "in fashion" this or any other year! An appearance at the "VTV Movie Awards" affords Katy the opportunity to fill reporters in on the exciting turns her career has taken. In the process, comic book readers will be reintroduced to some of Katy's old friends, as well as some new people in this glamour girl's life. Don't miss all the fashionable fun! 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #102
    Archie and Friends (1991) 102

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    By Various. By popular demand, Katy Keene returns! "Paparazzi Problem": Katy spirits off to a secluded seaside town, hoping to relax and avoid the press... but even there, tabloid shutterbugs lurk! In an effort to go unrecognized, she changes from one outfit to the next, but instead of providing cover it turns into a fashion show on the go! "My Fair Archie": The Archies get a gig at a large amusement park, and that's not the only thing that's large! It seems someone in a giant gorilla suit is following them, and it's not too long before the pseudo simian is scaling the park's mega-coaster in an effort to rescue the musical teens! Just who is beneath that monkey mask? 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #103
    Archie and Friends (1991) 103

    By Andrew Pepoy & John Workman Featuring supermodel Katy Keene! "Love in Blum": Katy Keene lands a plum role in "Johnny the Pirate III," but all her sister MacKenzie cares about is crashing the set so she can meet hunky heartthrob Oleander Blum! Along the way, MacKenzie spots other famous stars, ruins her dress, and literally crashes the set! Plus, hilarious hijinks with Archie and the gang, and musical manga mayhem with Josie & the Pussycats! 32pgs, FC Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #104
    Archie and Friends (1991) 104

    by Scott Cunningham & Stan Goldberg Get ready for another fashionable farce starring Archie Comics' favorite supermodel, Katy Keene! Entertainment reporter Margot Vhang pulls out all the stops hoping to catch Katy in a scandal she can exploit. From claiming Katy is hiding a lack of talent behind glossy production values and costume changes, to questioning Katy's commitment to music as she also shoots movies and modeling layouts, to accusing Katy of being a prima donna who mistreats her musicians, Margot leaves no slimy rock unturned. Plus, get a rare look "Behind the Faculty Lounge Door." The teens of Riverdale High become curious about what mysteries may lie behind it... but can the reality possibly live up to the images their imaginations conjure? 32pgs, FC Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #105
    Archie and Friends (1991) 105

    By Various "Beaches, Bikinis & Backstabbing": You might be wondering how Katy Keene can frolic on the beach in the middle of winter. It's because she's in the middle of a working vacation in sunny Central America! Things soon go from sweet to sour when spoiled supermodel Mischa Mucha joins the photo shoot. Can Katy de-claw her catty co-star? "Zen & the Art of Getting to Class": From being chauffeured to different parts of the building to buying into mystical mumbo-jumbo, Archie is willing to try anything to make it to class on time! 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #106
    Archie and Friends (1991) 106

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    by Various "The Monster Museum": Seeking inspiration for Chuck's comic books, Archie and Chuck visit the town's new "Monster Museum." It is filled with monster movie memorabilia... or at least it was, as the boys find out when they arrive to find a real live crime scene there! Meanwhile, Nancy feels so neglected she starts wearing "goth" outfits! Can Chuck help recover the museum's missing merchandise... and will he recover his original, non-goth girlfriend, too? Plus, supermodel Katy Keene in another all-new tale! "May I Have This Dance?": Katy's sister MacKenzie has a crush, but her crush has designs on Katy! Can MacKenzie find a way to swing the subject back around to herself? It's love in the "fashion lane" as only Archie Comics can deliver! 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #107
    Archie and Friends (1991) 107

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    by Various 'The Web Returns': It's the return of that 'Mighty Hero,' the Web... sort of! It's the filming of the latest super-heroic multiplex mega hit starring everyone's Other favorite arachnid-inspired hero, the Web. Katy has the plum role of the hero's spunky girlfriend, but when things get seriously deadly on the set, Katy may have to put on her detective hat. Who is sabotaging the stunts, and why? 'Riverdale's Got Talent': The latest TV talent show sensation comes to Riverdale in a benefit to fund the high school's education programs, and the first thing the judges will learn is that not all of the faculty and students have the 'talent' they claim to have! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #108
    Archie and Friends (1991) 108

    by Various 'Weird He Go?': Archie is convinced the new British exchange student staying with Veronica is an alien from another world... especially when he finds the student's giant robot! Is the visitor really out of this world, or is Archie just out of his head? 'Viva Las Vegas': The glittery city never saw anyone as glittering as Katy! Katy is in town to present the awards at an extreme sports skateboarding competition, but she isn't winning any awards with her love-interest, stuntman K.O. Kirby. It's romantic intrigue, classy comedy, and fashions galore as only Katy can deliver! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #109
    Archie and Friends (1991) 109

    by Various 'America's New Best Model': Call it 'designer satire' when Katy takes on television model competitions! Katy of course is the nicest contestant on the reality series hosted by Tyrant Brinks... and that makes her a real winner, no matter how the judges vote! 'The Perfect Birthday': Archie decides to make his birthday last the whole day through with a full schedule of fun: arcade games with Jughead, tennis with Reggie, the movies with Betty, and a rock concert with Veronica. But will it be four chances for fun, or four chances for foul-ups? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #110
    Archie and Friends (1991) 110

    by Various 'Four Color Fun': Fresh from the excitement of Archie & Friends #107, where Katy Keene starred as the Web's love interest in a mega-blockbuster movie production, Katy is back for another issue of high-flying heroics! Katy is clearly a hero to the many fans who show up to meet her at the mammoth California Comic-con, where she's promoting her epic Web Returns film. While there, she sets out on a comics quest of her own that's sure to be as thrilling as her celluloid exploits! 'Living Lodge': Mr. Lodge decides to put his handheld daily reminder device to the test by giving one to each of Veronica's friends. But who's going to remind Archie to actually use it? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #111
    Archie and Friends (1991) 111

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    by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg 'Making it Big': It's a sad song and a happy song for Riverdale's favorite garage band: sad when The Archies blow an audition to appear on national TV, and big time when they end up on TV anyway... courtesy of an unexpected voice from the past! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #112
    Archie and Friends (1991) 112

    by Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg 'Crash Course': The wheel screeching action never stops as the saga of radical teen racer Betty Cooper and the Lodge Racing Team pit crew continues! Fresh from her thrilling victory lap in the pages of Archie #572, Betty once again dons her racing duds and puts the pedal to the metal Danica Patrick style! This is one full-throttle sequel that is sure to rev your engine! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #113
    Archie and Friends (1991) 113

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    by Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg 'DangerousCurves': After showing just what a girl can do behind the wheel of a race car in Archie #572 and Archie & Friends #112, Betty is ready to take on the guys again... except this time, she finds herself pitted against another female race driver! Can Betty defeat both super-slick Carla Bonita and favored champion Speedy Spencer in the same race? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #114
    Archie and Friends (1991) 114

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    by Boldman & Goldberg Cricket O'Dell, the girl with the nose for money, is back! With a mere sniff Cricket can tell you exactly how much cash is in your wallet. This time, the same weakness that impairs her ability - an allergy to nuts - gives her a new power: the power to see how much a person will have in the future! At first, everyone is fascinated as Cricket reveals future prosperity for Riverdale's most financially challenged, but fascination turns to paranoia when Cricket reveals who will end up penniless! Are Cricket's predictions 'on the money,' or simply a 'bad investment?' Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #115
    Archie and Friends (1991) 115

    by Jeffrey C. Branch & Rex Lindsey Inspired by TV's home makeover shows, Archie and his friends endeavor to restore historic Pickens General Store 'From the Ground Up' and turn it into a museum. But can they overcome their lack of construction experience, not to mention opportunistic politicians who want to exploit the situation for their own gain and fame? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #116
    Archie and Friends (1991) 116

    by Gladir, Pellowski, Ruiz & Goldberg When a big-budget movie shoots on location in Riverdale, Reggie, ever seeing dollar signs, is determined to be the prince of the 'Teen Paparazzi.' His big break comes when Veronica reveals her mansion is being used for the movie, but little does he know he has competition from Archie! Who will win this battle of the shutterbugs? Also, get set for more racing action as Riverdale's #1 female racecar driver, Betty Cooper, gets behind the wheel and 'Back on Track'! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #117
    Archie and Friends (1991) 117

    World Tour: Part 1 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Rex Lindsey 'Archie Double-A Seven. When Archie and friends embark on a whirlwind world tour, their first stop is London, where they soon find themselves embroiled in an international spy mystery! This is the first Archie Comics story by acclaimed writer and children's art advocate Alex Simmons. In a career spanning 20 years, Alex has written juvenile mystery novels, stage plays, documentaries, biographies and more. Additionally, he travels the country as a guest speaker and a teaching artist conducting creative writing workshops, and is also the Educational Outreach Director for New York City's Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. In the midst of all this, he somehow finds the time to be a voice-over artist for commercials and podcasts, AND runs a family-friendly kids comics convention each year! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #118
    Archie and Friends (1991) 118

    World Tour: Part 2 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Rex Lindsey 'Archie Having barely escaped with their lives in the trip to London, Archie and his friends are looking for a more traditional vacation spot, a place filled with history and romance - and Madrid, Spain is just the place! The key word is romance, as Veronica and Betty are wooed by their teen guide, leaving Archie feeling beat. Even Ms. Grundy becomes the object of someone's affection! But mystery and danger make a handsome couple too, as the villain they've been evading continues to pursue them from the city to the country. A meeting with a beautiful mystery woman provides Archie with his first clue and a 'first date' with a herd of angry bulls! The mystery continues to deepen and Archie must figure out what is going on before things get really dangerous! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #119
    Archie and Friends (1991) 119

    World Tour: Part 3 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Rex Lindsey Continuing their quest to see five cities in ten days, Archie and his friends barely have time to reminisce about London and Madrid before arriving in Nairobi, Kenya! Everyone is excited as they visit one local landmark after another, including the state museum and zoo. Of course, no trip would be complete without some suspenseful intrigue, and this one is no different as Archie and Jughead find themselves being trailed by two mysterious men. Who are they, and what are they up to? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #120
    Archie and Friends (1991) 120

    World Tour: Part 4 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Rex Lindsey When Archie and his friends set out on their quest to see five cities in ten days, they looked forward to getting as many sightseeing thrills as possible. Little did they know they'd get a heaping helping of suspense and intrigue as well! Now, Veronica's been kidnapped and the race is on to find and rescue her before it's too late. This leads to a whirlwind trek from Rome to Zurich in pursuit of the mysterious 'Green Man' and his minions. Along the way Archie and friends will befuddle the Italian police, trash a movie set, stowaway on a jet, frustrate the Zurich police, storm a fortress, confound half the criminal underworld - and somehow still come off as good ambassadors of the United States! Don't miss this hysterical, fast-paced, action-packed salute to super-spy films everywhere, as Archie finally unravels the Green Man's plans and discovers a plot that could bring Europe to its knees (and imagine how much that will hurt) in this thrilling conclusion to the four-part epic! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #121
    Archie and Friends (1991) 121

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    The Crooked Comic Con Caper: Part 1 of 3 - by Alex Simmons & Fernando Ruiz When news of Archie and his friends' worldwide, mystery-solving adventures spreads, it isn't long before Hollywood comes knocking. MGG Studios exec Perri DeLane is sure the gang will be a hit, and takes them to the Catalina Comic Con to unveil her latest franchise. Later, the 'Minute Men of Menace,' a gang of thieves who pull off their crimes in lightning-fast fashion, crash a swank invitation-only party that the gang are attending - and promptly kidnap all the celebrity guests! Can Archie and his friends solve yet another mystery so hot on the heels of their European tour? Is the plot of their movie being written before their eyes? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #122
    Archie and Friends (1991) 122

    The Crooked Comic Con Caper: Part 2 of 3 - by Alex Simmons & Fernando Ruiz 'California Dreaming,' Part 2. Last issue, the news of Archie and his friends' worldwide, mystery-solving adventures led to a major movie contract and a trip to Tinseltown! While at a swank Hollywood party, the gang is kidnapped along with dozens of celebrity guests, and trapped in a ballroom with wall-to-wall food! That may be fine for Jughead, but the others are determined to break both themselves and their famous fellow prisoners free. The crazy climax features a thrilling 'cat and costumed mouse' chase as the teens pursue the lead culprit racing through the Catalina Comic Convention! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #123
    Archie and Friends (1991) 123

    The Crooked Comic Con Caper: Part 3 of 3 - by Alex Simmons, Fernando Ruiz & Jim Amash 'A Tune in Tinsel Town.' Now that the smoke has cleared and all the bad guys have been dispatched, Archie and his friends can finally concentrate on the film deal that brought them to Hollywood in the first place. Citing the Archie's popularity and the high profile of their adventures in Europe and Africa, a big-time Hollywood producer is certain the teens' notoriety will translate to box office gold and plans to star them in a series of movies called 'Mayhem Musical High.' Now that they've saved half of Hollywood's biggest stars, the kids are even hotter properties! Along with that red-hotness comes offers of solo contracts for the players. Will visions of individual fame and fortune strike a sour chord with the band, or can the Archies' love of music and friendship ultimately overcome ego and greed? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #124
    Archie and Friends (1991) 124

    Battle of the Bands: Part 1 of 2 - by Jane Smith Fisher & Stan Goldberg. The greatest comic book band in the world is out to prove its supremacy in the most decisive fashion possible: by winning a 'Battle of the Bands' competition. This isn't just any contest - at stake is a first prize Tropical Island vacation! But two sour notes threaten their presumed victory: Veronica's selfishness and Reggie's mysterious disappearances. Can the band recover and end on a high note? A longtime advocate for kid's comics, writer Jane Smith Fisher has devoted her career to telling age-appropriate stories in series such as Cybernauts and the highly popular WJHC, about a group of teens who start their own high school radio station. Now she brings her special voice for both young and female characters to Archie Comics in this rock 'n' rollin' two-part storyline! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #125
    Archie and Friends (1991) 125

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    Battle of the Bands: Part 2 of 2 - by Jane Smith Fisher & Stan Goldberg In the aftermath of their rockin' contest performance, the Archies face a new challenge - a sponsor who will only cover half their prize travel expenses! Now the group must get jobs quickly to raise the money - except Reggie and Veronica of course, who are riding on their parents' dimes. But will that free ride last? The rockers learn a valuable lesson about earning their own 'fun money' - and the value of good work ethics in the process, not to mention how important it is to help those in need. A longtime advocate for kids' comics, writer Jane Smith Fisher has devoted her career to telling age-appropriate stories in series such as Cybernauts. Now she brings her special voice for both young and female characters to Archie Comics in this rock 'n' rollin' storyline. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #126
    Archie and Friends (1991) 126

    The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton: Part 1 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Fernando Ruiz. Gnomes & Stick Figure Funnies.' Fan-favorite writer Alex Simmons returns for a fun-filled, four-part tale! Chuck Clayton takes center stage in this special storyline. Chuck is asked to teach an after-school program in cartooning to elementary school kids - and it isn't long before he learns the kids can be more hyperactive than his doodles! Can Chuck ultimately connect with the kids and help them create the next comic book classics? Will his temporary teaching gig lead to bigger and better things, or is his tenure soon to be terminated? The answer's just a splash panel away! This new multi-part epic comes courtesy of someone who knows his way around both creating and teaching comics, namely acclaimed writer, children's art advocate, and organizer of the world's only 'Kids' Comics' convention, Alex Simmons. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #127
    Archie and Friends (1991) 127

    The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton: Part 2 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Fernando Ruiz Continuing this special storyline, Chuck Clayton takes center stage. Feeling overwhelmed by all the commitments in his life, Chuck could sure use some help teaching his cartooning class - and he's about to get it from an unlikely source! Chuck's world of collecting, drawing, and teaching kids how to make their own comics takes on new meaning in this poignant tale. This new multi-part epic comes courtesy of someone who knows his way around both creating and teaching comics, namely acclaimed writer, children's art advocate, and organizer of the world's only 'Kids' Comics' convention, Alex Simmons. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #128
    Archie and Friends (1991) 128

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    The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton: Part 3 of 4 - by Alex Simmons & Fernando Ruiz 'Waaay Back in the Day': A history teacher at Riverdale Middle School wants to do something new and exciting for her next lesson, so she decides to bring Chuck's comic book workshop in for her class. At first Chuck is overwhelmed, and not just by the kids. Can Chuck overcome his own academic weakness and make history come alive? It's fast-paced sketching, wacky role-playing, and a few trips through time in this third comical tale of 'The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton!' Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #129
    Archie and Friends (1991) 129

    The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton: Part 4 of 4 - (W) Alex Simmons (A) Fernando Ruiz 'The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton' concludes! Tony Messina is a troubled kid, always getting into mischief. When he gets caught spreading graffiti in his neighborhood, his mother decides it would be best if Tony learned how to use his artistic abilities in a more positive way and enrolls him in Chuck's class. But there's a reason Tony's painted the walls in his town, and when Chuck finds out why, he decides to take action. What reason could Tony possibly have to deface property? Can Chuck find a solution beneficial to everyone? It's a poignant tale you won't want to miss, brought to you by children's educator Alex Simmons. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #130
    Archie and Friends (1991) 130

    Zero to Rock Hero (Battle of the Bands): Part 1 of 2 - (W) Stephen Oswald (A) Bill Galvan. It's a battle of the bands unlike any seen before, when The Archies and Josie and the Pussycats compete against one another playing the hottest new video game, Legendary Rock Heroes, at Veronica's swank party! Can the real rockers excel in the virtual world as well as they rock out in the real world? And what will happen when the media, specifically a reality show producer friend of Mr. Lodge, and the whole world takes notice? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #131
    Archie and Friends (1991) 131

    Zero to Rock Hero (Battle of the Bands): Part 2 of 2 - (W) Stephan Oswald (A) Bill Galvan The video game battle of the bands from the previous issue rages on, but now the event is broadcast on TV! The Archies and Josie and the Pussycats challenged one another to the hottest new videogame, Legendary Rock Heroes, and now their competition is a reality show sensation, complete with all the trappings. Can the rockers stay true to their creative roots, or will instant success turn them into an assembly line of pre-fab pop? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #132
    Archie and Friends (1991) 132

    One Nation, Under Archie: Part 1 - Written by Arie Kaplan. Art by Pat Kennedy. Archie and his friends head for Washington, D.C. to take part in a living history festival where everyone dons costumes of their favorite historical figures! Does Archie have what it takes to portray a Revolutionary War hero? Will Betty and Veronica fight over who will wear the Medieval Princess gown? Can Jughead rustle up some grub as a wild west cowboy? What kind of scoundrel will Reggie dress as? It's a trip through history filled with laughter and learning, as only the Archie gang can deliver! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #133
    Archie and Friends (1991) 133

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    One Nation, Under Archie: Part 2 - Written by Arie Kaplan. Art by Pat Kennedy. Archie's wallet is history - it's been mysteriously stolen and everyone's return bus tickets from Washington, DC are inside! Meanwhile, Reggie tries making political power plays while Veronica tries making a real estate deal of historic proportions! Before story's end, a valuable lesson about Honest Abe Lincoln is learned, and just wait until you see who's disguised as Ben Franklin! It's a trip through history filled with laughter and learning, as only the Archie gang can deliver! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #134
    Archie and Friends (1991) 134

    Written by Hal Lifson and John Rose. Art by Dan Parent. "The Archies in New York." The Archies have touched down in the Big Apple for a gig in Central Park. From the Plaza Royal Hotel to the swank shops at Central Park West and the world famous Tavern on the Green, the band makes the most of their stay. Best of all, their concert benefits the New York Homeless Shelter! Then, it's time for rides, games, contests and more when Archie and his friends enjoy one last summer at the Riverdale County Fair! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #135
    Archie and Friends (1991) 135

    Halloween Issue - Story and Art by Fernando Ruiz. As Archie and his friends get ready for the big Halloween party, they experience a shocking change - literally! This year, the costume shop has a magical effect on Archie, Betty, Veronica, Chuck, and Moose, and even makes Reggie more monstrous than usual! Can boy genius Dilton work up his usual wizardry and get the gang out of this blood-curdling conundrum? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #136
    Archie and Friends (1991) 136

    Story and Art by Fernando Ruiz. It's a kitchen catastrophe when Ms. Beazly is temporarily sidelined by an injury, but never fear - Ms. Beazly's culinary school grad daughter, Bella, is here! All the guys go ga-ga over the chic chef, but will the food she serves be as attractive? Can Jughead simultaneously feel love in his heart and hunger in his stomach? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #137
    Archie and Friends (1991) 137

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    A Night at the Comic Shop: Part 1 of 2 - Story and Art by Fernando Ruiz. Reintroducing some of the most memorable characters Archie Publications has ever published! Working at the Pep Comics shop to get a discount on comics and a place to store his collection, Chuck is visited by his friends as he bags and boards. Suddenly, glowing meteors from the MLJ Nebula rain down in Riverdale, including one that crashes into the shop and morphs into a door to other dimensions! This cosmic portal leads to a world that Chuck, Archie and his friends have only ever seen in comics - a world of talking ducks and bears, super-powered heroes and oddball beings from other planets. It doesn't take them long to realize they are in the presence of a veritable 'who's who' of some of the greatest comic book characters ever published by Archie and its earlier incarnation, MLJ Comics: Captain Sprocket, Cosmo the Merry Martian, Squoimy the Woim, Gloomy Gus, Judge Owl, Ginger, Suzie and more! The trouble is, now that the 'fantasy world' has invaded the 'real world,' the 'fictional' characters seek as much a taste of reality as possible: Wilbur and Seymour want to meet 'real' girls to date, Pat the Brat realizes there's a whole new potential audience to pull pranks on, Cubby the Bear wants to see how earth bears live, and more. On top of it all, Super Duck and Reggie get into a no-holds-barred shouting match! Realizing the veritable 'Pandora's Box' situation they're in, Archie decides it would best for the comic book characters to go back through the portal to return to their own worlds, but the characters have other plans. Namely, they plan to stay indefinitely! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #138
    Archie and Friends (1991) 138

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    A Night at the Comic Shop: Part 2 of 2 - Story and Art by Fernando Ruiz. The thrilling conclusion to a 2-part story reintroducing some of the most memorable characters Archie ever published! The comic book characters unleashed through the inter-dimensional portal have moved out of the Pep Comics shop and into Archie's world! It's up to Chuck, Archie, and their friends to retrieve the characters before they cause too much havoc - but it's not easy to contain a comic book character! Will these classic characters from comics' past ever go home, or will they lay down permanent roots in Riverdale? Will Archie and his friends manage to control the four color frenzy, or find themselves trapped in another dimension as well? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #139
    Archie and Friends (1991) 139

    Written by Alex Simmons. Art by Dan Parent. Featuring the winner of the special Kids' Comic Con/Time Out New York competition! When Betty and Veronica babysit a girl named Summer, they're in for a 'Summer Spring Show,' and they're the stars! Summer is a 'showbiz kid,' and she literally shines the spotlight on Betty and Veronica as she engages them in interactive skits, songs and more! Summer was the winner of the special contest at this year's Kids' Comic Con, with the grand prize being the chance to be drawn into an Archie comic book! Summer chose Betty and Veronica, and now, just like her faves, Summer is a part of comic book history! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #140
    Archie and Friends (1991) 140

    Written by Batton Lash. Art by Bill Galvan. 'Freshmen Year - The Missing Chapters: Jughead.' In the 'Freshman Year' saga, readers learned the backstory behind Riverdale's fabled cast of characters. But that wasn't the whole story! Now writer Batton Lash fills in the blanks, giving readers an even bigger glimpse of what went on with Jughead, Betty and Veronica, Reggie, Chuck, and Pencilneck G. In this issue, we follow Jughead as his family moves out of Riverdale. What is life like in his new town? Can he make a friend as loyal as Archie? Who is Sadie - just a friend, or something more? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #141
    Archie and Friends (1991) 141

    Written by Batton Lash. Art by Bill Galvan. 'Freshman Year, the Missing Chapters: Betty & Veronica.' In the 'Freshman Year' saga, readers learned the back-story behind Riverdale's fabled cast of characters. But that wasn't the whole story! In this issue, we follow Betty and Veronica through their freshman year, solidifying their friendship as they bond over their love of the Young Broz boy band. Just wait until they bond - or not! - over their love for Archie! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #142
    Archie and Friends (1991) 142

    Written by Batton Lash. Art by Bill Galvan. 'Freshman Year, the Missing Chapters: Reggie.' Reggie's first year of high school is revealed... and you won't believe just how far he'll go to win the attention of the 'cool upperclassmen.' But are they really Reggie's friends, or just using him? Is the trouble Reggie faces worth hanging out with the 'cool kids?' Will he realize who his true friends are? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #143
    Archie and Friends (1991) 143

    Written by Batton Lash. Art by Bill Galvan. Freshman Year - The Missing Chapters: Chuck.'In the 'Freshman Year' saga, readers learned the back-story behind Riverdale's fabled cast of characters. But that wasn't the whole story! Chuck's cartoons of the past come back to haunt him when word gets back to him that a tough kid took exception to Chuck's caricatures. The subject of Chuck's doodles isn't happy about being 'dissed' and has held a grudge for three years! Now Chuck must look back at the copious comics he did in freshman year to see what he did to diss his classmate! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #144
    Archie and Friends (1991) 144

    Written by Batton Lash. Art by Bill Galvan. 'Freshman Year, the Missing Chapters: Pencilneck G' In this follow-up series to the best-selling 'Freshman Year' saga, writer Batton Lash gives readers an even bigger glimpse of what went on during the Freshman year of the entire gang. Pencilneck's circle of friends adjust to their own move from middle school to high school. Along the way, Pencilneck's obsessive nature drives the school's librarian crazy, his pal Zane develops a crush on Veronica, Penelope considers Betty her new 'BFF,' and Connie tries to make Zane jealous by going after Reggie! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #145
    Archie and Friends (1991) 145

    Story by Dan Parent. Art by Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, Jack Morelli, and Digikore Studios. Archie and friends mix it up with the cast of today's hottest reality TV show, Riverdale Shore! The gang is star-struck and determined to do whatever it takes to mingle with the super-rich, super-tanned and tattooed TV teens. But when Riverdale's cockiest teens, Reggie (now 'The Complication') and Cheryl ('Snookums') join forces in search mischief and stardom, the whole gang just might be up to their necks in quicksand! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #146
    Archie and Friends (1991) 146

    Twilite: Part 1 of 2 - (W) Angelo DeCesare (A) Bill Galvan, Jack Morelli '. It's love at first bite when two new students arrive in Riverdale. Betty and Veronica feel a frisson of fascination by the smoldering-hot Ivan, but Jarred is warning everyone who'll listen that Ivan is really a vampire! Reggie volunteers to help Jarred expose Ivan as a bloodsucker, but love, or maybe Ivan, is clouding the girls' judgment. Can the girls be saved before romance sinks its teeth in? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #147
    Archie and Friends (1991) 147

    Twilite: Part 2 of 2 - (W) Angelo DeCesare (A) Bill Galvan, Jack Morelli, Digikore Studios The intense conclusion to the thrilling tale of mythic teen romance! When Ivan is exposed as a vampire, Veronica's feelings for him only deepen. But Jared, the one responsible for exposing Ivan, has a terrifying secret of his own! Can mere mortals like Archie and Reggie compete against these supernatural Casanovas? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #148
    Archie and Friends (1991) 148

    New Kids: Part 1 - (W) Alex Simmons (A) Dan Parent, Jack Morelli An influx of new students at Riverdale High has the whole school bouncing off the walls with more pretty girls, ace athletes and a mysterious jokester able to go prank-to-prank with Reggie. Can Archie and the gang keep out of trouble and keep the new kids from turning the whole school upside down? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #149
    Archie and Friends (1991) 149

    (W) Alex Simmons (A) Dan Parent 'Prankenstein & the Twitters': The invasion of the 'New Kids' continues with Part Four... and this time the joke's on Reggie as he matches wits with a mysterious new prankster! Meanwhile, Jughead somehow attracts a twittering female fan club while Ethel discovers a previously hidden talent that has the new kids all a-twitter! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #150
    Archie and Friends (1991) 150

    (W) Fernando Ruiz (A) Bill Galvan A visit to the Pep Comics Shop turns interdimensional! Jughead's cousin Souphead won't fall for Reggie's story about hordes of classic comic book characters unleashed on the town from a fallen meteorite. That is, until those legendary MLJ/Archie Comics characters return through interdimensional portals to prove it! Cover price $2.99.