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When Archie vowed to choose between Betty and Veronica once and for all, the world was shocked to learn Archie's choice was his former flame, Cheryl Blossom. This chapter picks up immediately after Archie's revelation, and goes into detail on Cheryl's past and how she came to meet the Archie teens. Features classic stories by Frank Doyle and Dan DeCarlo, framed by new sequences by Dan Parent and Bill Golliher.
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The special holiday editions of Archie comic books have always been extremely popular with Archie fans of all ages, and this quintessential collection of favorite Christmas stories from the '50s, '60s and '70s is destined to be a favorite under many a Christmas tree! This giant, full-color 192-page edition sports an iconic cover by artist Harry Lucey, and hilarious and heartwarming stories by such legendary Archie artists and writers as Dan DeCarlo, Stan Goldberg, Al Hartley, Bob Bolling, Bob White, Bill Vigoda, Tom Moore, Frank Doyle and George Gladir.
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The Original Shield in "Power Shortage" – While searching for the three robots missing from the storage facility, Joe encounters Dan Hurley – a former co-worker from the '40s. As they reminisce about the early days of The Shield, learn how he met up with his sidekick, Dusty, and how he ended up losing his powers! Then, when Joe and Lisa attend Senator Casey's black tie function, Joe notices an old enemy is there – will a battle reminiscent of days past ensue, or will it be lights out for Joe, and ultimately for the Original Shield? The Original Shield in "Death of The Shield" – Still unconscious from the gas attack, Joe's mind flashes back to his early career, his old companions and foes, his marriage and the birth of his son. He awakes and Lisa informs him of Klotz's ties to the Stokian Embassy. Now it's up to the Original Shield to find Klotz and arrest him – but does Klotz have a more sinister plot at hand? And just where exactly are those robots? (Originally published June 1984) DISCLAIMER: We are presenting the story in its original, unedited form. The issue is a product of its time and may contain material that is offensive to some readers. Archie Comic Publications does not condone or support the views expressed.
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"Robinson Gruesome": You've heard of Robinson Crusoe, right? Famous story about a shipwrecked hero? Yeah, this isn't about him. This is Robinson Gruesome, a much more confused adventurer, and his fellow castaway who has figured out the secret to good living miles away from civilization... DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Roughing It": Archie and Jughead are taking a camping trip, and they're only bringing absolute essentials. You know, like rope, bug spray, caviar, bunny slippers… DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Sandman": Archie's meeting the girls at the beach! But he forgot his sandals, and the sand is HOT! Can he make his way there without burning his feet off? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Farmer's Daughter": When Archie drives his jalopy straight into a pond by a farm, they try to get a nearby bull to help pull them out! Will they be successful--and will the bull's owner appreciate what they're doing? DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Barrel of Fun": Ronnie is going bananas for Reggie's new barrel-jumping tricks! Archie won't take that lying down, so he's out to one-up his rival! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"The Final Curtain": Archie has gotten so into his part in the school play that he won't take his costume off! But his showboating is about to get really annoying, really fast! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"The Brush Off" Archie is painting the shed today, and he hasn't messed anything up yet! That is until Jughead and Reggie arrive on the scene... DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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