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Yes! Archie's arch-rival, Reggie, has his own comic book! In "Ferocious Fems", Reggie decides to coach the girls in their first-ever girls' football game (traditionally known as the Powderpuff football)! But it's gonna take a lot of work to get these young ladies into gridiron material! Will Reggie fumble this opportunity, or can he bring it in for a touchdown? 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 The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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Betty & Veronica star in their first comic book! In "Circus Daze", Betty inherits her Uncle Oscar's favorite car! Too bad Uncle Oscar is a clown! Will Betty & Veronica be able to get home in this crazy clown car? Then, in "What's Cookin'?", Betty feels the fool for slipping Archie cake and doughnuts by way of the empty emergency fire bucket in the hall! But Archie hasn't been eating those treats at all! Who is the baked good bandit? 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 The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Winner Lose": When Reggie starts to hog Ronnie's attention with his new boat, Archie is determined to beat him in a boat race! Only one problem, though--Archie doesn't HAVE a boat! 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 The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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"Dish-orderly Conduct": How is Archie going to take Veronica to the movies tonight if he doesn't have any money? He'll have to find a way to earn some quick cash, or Reggie will be taking her instead! 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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Veronica hasn't been around all week--and it sounds like it's because she's found a new boyfriend! Can Archie keep his temper under control as he finds out who this mysterious new distraction is? 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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"Atomic Fishin'": Mr. Lodge is in a bad mood because he can't seem to catch any fish. That's why it's called fishing and not catching, Lodge ol' boy! But don't worry, Archie has a plan to build your confidence again! You'll get hooked on this hilarious story and many others! 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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"By Shnook or Crook": Archie can't seem to keep other people's things out of his pockets! Could be a kleptomaniac, stealing things compulsively? Or is he just a forgetful goofball? 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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"To Have and To Hold!": Betty wants to be a little more lovey-dovey with Archie, but all he's interested in is the television! Can Jughead's age-old gag trick him into Betty's arms? 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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"Backfield in Emotion": Football season is upon us, and that means fewer dates for everyone! But can the boys find a way off the team without getting blacklisted by the coach and Mr. Weatherbee? 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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"From Rags to Crutches!": Moose has it out for Jughead! He's got a new beatdown technique he's eager to try out. But the way he explains it might be just as bad as being on the recieving end of it! 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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