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Sore Loser!
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 187, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1968)

Welcome to Riverdale, the home of everyone's favorite teenager, Archie Andrews - and his closest friends! Dive into these beloved and classic Archie stories, which feature all the elements that have become an important part of pop culture. See the love triangle that includes girl-next-door Betty Cooper and wealthy...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 187, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1968)
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A Stream of Thought
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 209, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971), [NA]-[NA]

"Field Day": When Midge decides to play the field for awhile, Archie decides that he'd like to try it, too! But that might be a little more difficult for him that he thinks.

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of another time, a...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 209, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971), [NA]-[NA]
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Just Can't Bear It!
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 210, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)

"Why Me?" Though it may be hard to believe, the actions of one person can make a huge difference in a community. It's up to us whether that impact is a positive one or a negative one!

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of anothe...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 210, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)
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A Hand Full
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 211, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)

"Power Mad": Archie's new mini-bike is really cool, but they're not street legal, so he can't ride it anywhere! When Veronica offers to let him burn rubber in the Lodge indoor gym, though, there's bound to be trouble!

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these s...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 211, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)
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Small Change!
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 212, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)

"I Crossed the Threshold of Terror": The unthinkable has happened--Veronica has set Archie up on a blind date! What could this possibly mean...?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of another time, and may be found to be dated or...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 212, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)
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Praise Wordy
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 214, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)

"Who Scent Him?" Mr. Lodge stinks! He's trying out his company's new cologne line, but they haven't been too successful yet. Can a certain carrot-top come up with the winning formula?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of anothe...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 214, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971)
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Round Up Time
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 216 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)

"The Long Long Week": Sometimes the only thing that gets you through the week is the promise of the weekend! That definitely holds true for the students of Riverdale High. For all their complaining, what is it that they have planned for th"The Long Long Week": Sometimes the only thing that gets you through the wee...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 216 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)
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Geeting a Head!
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written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 217 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)

Mr. Svenson spends an awful lot of time cleaning the floors of Riverdale High--especially when it's snowy and slushy outside! People keep tracking dirt all over his freshly-cleaned hallways! Will he be able to make the chore a little more fun before he starts mopping up the students?

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written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 217 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)
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Stinging Words!
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 218, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)

"Turning Over a New Leaf?" Archie is determined to finally win Mr. Weatherbee's favor! He's got a few ideas on how to butter him up--but will that work, or will it only raise suspicion?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of anot...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 218, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)
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Way Out!
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 219, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)

"Sign Bored": Reggie must have just taken a penmanship class, because his latest pranks involve making signs and hanging them up for Archie to see! Can Archie find a way to keep from falling for his tricks, or has Reggie won this round?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fiction...

written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; edited by Richard Goldwater; art by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007; in Archie no. 219, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1972)
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