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A Fair Shake: The Archies are ragging on Betty's tambourine, saying it's not a real instrument! Poor Betty runs into Moose and vents to the big lug. Moose doesn't appreciate it when people hurt his friends' feelings--so the gang had better apologise, OR ELSE!
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Have you ever wanted to know more about the lovely Cheryl Blossom? Well, look no further dear reader! This three issue mini-series features some fantastic Cheryl-centric stories. Archie, Betty, Veronica, and the rest of the gang stop by as well, so don't miss it!
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"Sugar World" It's musical madness when Cheryl auditions to become the next "Sugar Girl". Will she be a smash, or will her career hit a sour note?! Find out in this issue-length musical extravaganza!
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"Big In Japan" Cheryl goes to Japan to do research for a family-friendly video game her mother is developing. Video games-- and Japan, for that matter-- may never be the same once our radical redhead gets through with them!
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"Friendly Fire" What's this? Cheryl Befriending Betty? Is she sincere, or just trying to get at Veronica… and Archie?! Don't miss the intrigue as Cheryl weaves her wacky, wonderous web!
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"He-Mail" Could Cheryl have finally fallen in LOVE?! That slick chick that makes the boys flip, Cheryl Blossom returns in this all-new story!
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"Life's A Circus" Cheryl falls (no pun intended) for a trapese artist. Betty and Veronica, still hurting from Cheryl's pursuit of Archie, decide to get a little revenge and make their own advances towards the handsome hunk! All's fair in love and war… even at the fair!
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"All I Want for Christmas is… Everything!" The title says it all as Cheryl shows no restraint on her Christmas wish list! Convinced by her parents that giving is more rewarding than receiving, Cheryl reluctantly decides to give her visiting cousin a makeover. Cheryl's reward: her cousin is "wowing" all the guys in sight!
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Have you ever wanted to know more about the lovely Cheryl Blossom? Well; look no further dear reader! This three issue mini-series features some fantastic Cheryl-centric stories. Archie, Betty, Veronica, and the rest of the gang stop by as well; so don't miss it!
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"The Assisstant" "Stuffed Situation" "Cold Wash" "Ol' Switcheroo" and "Guest Distress"
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Redheaded vixen Cheryl Blossom is a relative newcomer to the world of Riverdale High. Still, as this three-issue mini-series proves, she's making quite a splash. It all begins when Cheryl's jealous nature boils over upon learning that Brenda, a fellow classmate won a film contest. Now all her classmates are taking turns kissing up to the new auteur in hopes that Brenda will let them star in her next film. This sets Cheryl's mind working, and we should by all now have guessed what a dangerous thing that is. Before long, Cheryl had decided to produce, direct, and star in her own feature as the savior of Riverdale. Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead became unwilling extras. It was supposed to be a documentary, but Cheryl decided to take no chances and gave everyone a script. Inevitably, the hard-hitting documentary turns into a comedy of errors.
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"The Big Wheel": The whole town takes a tumble when Jughead decides to finally learn how to do cartwheels-and has everyone else demonstrate how it's done (or not done)! "The Elevenaire II": Jughead sings the praises of being penniless and worry-free - until a mysterious stranger gives him eleven dollars! "The All-Seeing Eye": Who's been snack-napping snacks while Jughead's napping? Read this tale and you'll know what happened! "The Big Bash": Jughead is living out 'The Most Dangerous Game' - with Ethel's candy-filled pinata as the prey!
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"Talk the Talk": Walkie talkies seem like a good idea, until Archie realizes Veronica can keep tabs on him at all times. So what does he do? He comes up with... ahem... another "good" idea: having Jughead use a voice changer to pose as Archie while he dates other girls! "Jug and the Giant Berry": Some jam! Jughead's inflatable boysenberry is supposed to draw crowds to the bake sale but all it draws is boos and hisses when it gets in everyone's way! "Cold Comfort": Jughead's snow cone machine gets a "chilly" reception! "Dress for Excess": With free food as bait, Jughead becomes a costumed mascot for BOTH Pop Tate's and Segarini's Pizza!
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"The Pooch Plot": Jughead has gone to the dogs... or at least his name has, when Trula Twyst names her dog after the crowned one!
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"The Mysterious Affair at the Lodge's": When the Lodge's host a murder mystery dinner party, they enlist Jughead to play the victim. After all, who has better experience at laying around and doing nothing?!
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Veronica is the only child of Hiram Lodge, the richest man in Riverdale, and his wife Hermione Lodge. She is tall, slender and attractive with long black hair. Veronica favors expensive, up-to-the-minute fashion. In some comics, Mr. Lodge claimed that he moved his family to Riverdale in order to avoid Veronica becoming spoiled, like many of the children he knew and grew up with. His plan did not succeed as well as he had hoped.
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'She's Got Class!,' 'Boomerang Back Talk!,' 'You're Out Of Line!,' 'It's In The Cards,' and 'Revenge Of The Nerds!'
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"Prom Primer": Betty and Veronica wrote the book on proms, actually, two very different books! But not even Betty and Veronica can predict this year's prom's surprise ending, you won't believe who's crowned prom queen!
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Betty Cooper is the quintessential 17-year-old girl next door. Betty's middle class upbringing is a world apart from the flashy lifestyle of her wealthy frenemy, Veronica Lodge. Nowhere is this more evident than when she and Veronica are competing for Archie Andrews' heart, and yet they remain best friends.
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The Archies are having a recording session at Veronica's place! But it's a noisy day at the mansion, and things keep interrupting the recording! Can the gang cut a single amongst all the distractions before the tape runs out? Find out in "Constant Replay"!
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