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JUGHEAD #190 DON'T MISS THIS MOUTH-WATERING TRIBUTE TO BUFFALO WINGS AND THEIR BIRTHPLACE! "Winging It": Jughead and his friends "shuffle off to Buffalo" for the National Buffalo Wing Festival! Along the way, they encounter many famous people and buffalo wing landmarks including festival organizer Drew Cerza and Mayor Brown - birthplace of buffalo wings and Dunn Tire Park, the home of the Buffalo Bisons and host of the Wing Festival. Jughead's entry is sure to be the favorite of the competition... unless a shifty saboteur sours the sauce! Will Jughead's dreams of winning the festival take flight, or will he be grounded? Find out for yourself - don't miss this special issue-length epic! SCRIPT: Craig Boldman. ART: Jeff Shultz.
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"The Wild Twenties": So just what was the relationship between parents and teenagers like in the 1920s? This telling tale is filled with nostalgia for the fads and fashions of yesterday and parental gripes that still seem strangely familiar! SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Royal Flush": Don't miss the majestic mayhem when a duke, a prince, a king, a crowned head, some dogs and a duped darling collide in this royal mash-up! SCRIPT: Kathleen Webb. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Second World": When Betty and Veronica get lost in the "virtual reality" of simulated computer worlds, can Archie bring them back to "actual" reality? SCRIPT: Barbara Slate. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Enough About Me": Veronica's not satisfied with just being self-centered... she wants everyone else to be Veronica-centered, too! SCRIPT: Barbara & Samantha Slate. ART: Jeff Shultz.
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In "A Decided Lack" (by Kathleen Webb and Jeff Shultz), despite all their preparation, Betty and Veronica note a definite lack of Christmas spirit. Will the magic of the season prevail? Then, in "Stressmas Time" (by Barbara Slate and Jeff Shultz), Betty and Veronica decide they'll relieve Archie's holiday stress by sharing time with him. And lastly, in "Elf for a Day" (by Barbara Slate and Jeff Shultz), Betty has exhausted ideas for what to get Veronica (after all, she has everything), so she offers to be her "elf for the day," at her beck and call!
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"A Battle Royal": This time, it really looks like the damage is irreparable and Betty and Veronica's friendship is over for good. But then again, appearances can be deceiving! Is this really the end? SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz. "On the Trail of the Scent": It's the return of Cricket O'Dell, the girl who can sniff out money... and just in time! Veronica has lost her first-ever $100 bill. With Cricket on the trail, it literally has "scent"-imental value! SCRIPT: Kathleen Webb. ART: Jeff Shultz. "Ads That Add Up": And now, let's pause for a word from Riverdale's teens, as the girls enter a homemade commercial contest! SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Jeff Shultz.
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"Fashion Detectives": When big-name designers seek someone to help them expose counterfeit merchandise in stores, they turn to a true expert: Veronica! She's recruited both Betty and Nancy to help her, but what they uncover is more than faux fashion! Don't miss the high-fashion fun and intrigue! SCRIPT: George Gladir ART: Jeff Shultz "Scenery": The story that proves one person's (Mr. Lodge's) idea of a private, peaceful beach is another's (Veronica's) idea of an isolated, boring beach! SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski ART: Jeff Shultz "Pets Rule": The beach has gone to the dogs ��� literally ��� as the girls convince the town to reserve a special area of the beach for people's pooches! SCRIPT: George Gladir ART: Jeff Shultz
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"It's All About Mia": Coach Betty must teach her new star soccer player that there's no "I" in team! SCRIPT: Angelo DeCesare ART: Jeff Shultz "The Impossible Dream": Betty dreams... literally... of the perfect solution to the love triangle! SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski ART: Jeff Shultz "Flip Service": Betty and Veronica "flip" head over heels for their new karate instructor! SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski ART: Jeff Shultz
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"Lifestyles of the Confused and Complicated" (by Barbara Slate & Jeff Shultz): Veronica teaches Betty that sometimes a non-date is a date... or so she thinks! "Chance Encounter" (by Mike Pellowski & Jeff Schultze): A trip to the carnival is a novelty for Veronica, who needs games of chance and skill when you can have whatever you like just for being named Lodge?!
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by Angelo DeCesare & Jeff Shultz 'Runaway Ronnie,' a poignant tale destined to turn the town of Riverdale upside down! In serious trouble with her parents for blowing a curfew and other responsibilities, Veronica longs for freedom - and gets it, when she leaves home to live in an apartment and takes on a part-time job! Will Veronica's bid for independence truly give her the 'freedom' she seeks, or will she learn that nothing comes free? Will the love of her parents win out as they miss their only daughter? And how will Veronica's friends react to the news?
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The heat is on! Betty and Veronica go head to head in a contest that will decide who wins Archie's fiery affections. Round after round the girls battle it out to find that sometimes working against each other has worse consequences than a volleyball loss. Sometimes, the best art is created when you least expect it. In 'Chisel Fizzle,' Betty and Veronica help 'the next Michelangelo' with his craft. Finally, in 'The Best of Buds,' Archie's #1 girls take a trip down memory lane and recall what makes them the best of friends.
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Two parties on the same day! In "Party Smarties," a lack of communication between Veronica and Mr. Lodge causes both to schedules two parties on the same date and in the same place! How will high society mix with the common teenager? Then in "Disinterested Parties," Dilton "scientifically" tells Betty the reason Veronica likes Archie so much! So why does this information cause Betty to ignore Archie?
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"Beach Blanket Babysitters": A day at the beach is no picnic for Veronica-literally-when Betty brings along Jughead's sister Jellybean! "Members Only": Tired of hearing about Veronica's exclusive clubs, Betty and Nancy tout an elite (and totally fictitious) club of their own... which Veronica promptly insists on joining! "Who's Sorry Now?": Veronica never accepts the first apology... not when the second apology comes with so many gifts attached!
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"Prom-itis": With all the students totally obsessed with the upcoming prom, Mr. Weatherbee takes a drastic measure to try to get their minds on school again... by canceling the prom! Will this dark cloud persist over the prom-minded teens, or are even principals prone to prom-itis? Press your gown and put on your tux for this very special occasion!
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When Archie wins not one, not two, but five bouquets of roses from the local florist, he has to send them somewhere, only Betty and Veronica sure aren't happy about the other three! Then, Veronica enters a world she doesn't understand: the supermarket, where items marked 'cheap' are desirable, you have to pick a number and wait in line for cold cuts, and you scan and bag your own items! Finally, the girls would never be so immature as to participate in the boys' snowball brawl, unless they got hit, of course!
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"Welcome Back to Riverdale": Last issue, the memory of "bad boy" Nick St. Clair was evoked by a lothario lifeguard... and lingered like the crumb of a fish sandwich Jughead left behind! This issue, Nick himself is back for sure... but for how long? The seemingly "new and improved" Nick makes sure to apologize to everyone he wronged in the popular "Bad Boy Trouble" story, but not everyone is convinced that he's changed... Until he saves Betty from a rough gang of bikers! Will this lead to a brand-new romance for Betty?
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"The Face in the Mirror": A poignant tale that asks the question, does Veronica have a conscience after all? "She Just Can't Win": Veronica simply cannot... will not... believe her brand new designer dress was designed by... Betty! "Economizing": When it comes to saving money, it's all a matter of perspective... and in Veronica's case, the amount of "zeros" in the final figure! "It Takes a Thief": Mr. Lodge gives Veronica an ultimatum: improve her grades or kiss her social life and credit cards goodbye! Will Betty agree to tutor her even after Veronica's stolen yet another date with Archie from her?
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"Good Bye Paparazzi!": The paparazzi follow Veronica home to Riverdale from a movie premiere, and it isn't long before most of her friends are vogue-ing for the cameras, too! "Scrap Flap": Veronica has no interest whatsoever in Betty's new scrapbook hobby... until she meets the hunky scrapbook expert at the craft shop! "Dancing Fool": Inspired by a classic beach party movie, Veronica comes up with her own dance step guaranteed to make you flip... literally!
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"My Parrot is Gone": Veronica decides to train a parrot to do tricks so they can audition for the "People & Their Pets" TV competition... but it seems the parrot's best trick is a disappearing act! Can Betty, in her guise of "Nancy Clue, Girl Detective", track down the "fowl felon" who perpetrated the parrot purloining?! "Red Carpet Ready": The N-TV awards are the hottest ticket in town, so naturally the girls need to be at their stylish best when they attend the show! "In on the Game?": Three cheers for girly-girls - in Veronica's world, all a cheerleader really needs to do is physically show up!
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On the road home from Veronica's winter lodge, a car accident leaves the girls stranded in the middle of a snowstorm with no reception and limited provisions! With Betty recovering from a concussion, Veronica takes it upon herself to ensure their survival until they can be rescued by applying her business knowhow to the wilderness. Will Ronnie's knowledge of how to make it in the world of business be enough to withstand the harsh elements?
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It's deja vu all over again for Veronica when she flirts with a lifeguard only to find he's interested in Betty! It's shades of Nick St. Clair, the mysterious stranger who caused so much 'bad boy trouble' for Veronica in last year's epic story. And speaking of Nick, wait until you read the surprise ending of this story! Later, when pretty exchange students from Norway invite Betty and Veronica to their country, Veronica turns the girls down to avoid all the mountain climbing - until she learns they've asked Archie and Jughead to go in their place! Finally, when the gang congregates in the Lodge's entertainment room to play the latest video game, Mr. Lodge enlists Betty to use her smarts - and her knowledge of her friends - to lure them all outside!
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With Archie's car problems making him perpetually late and in danger of detention after detention, the girls present alternatives: Betty urges Archie to take the bus in with her, but Veronica offers to pick Archie up in her sports car! Some people get "Lost" the moment they get behind the wheel of a car, but Veronica doesn't even get that far - she's still working our way out of her labyrinthine closet! When the girls score a "Backstage Pass" to the "Tumbling Boulders" concert, they're surprised to learn that offstage the band is more "mild" than "wild!"
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