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Archie, Archie no. 1
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art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975, Cord Elliott, fl. 1942, Scott Feldman, fl. 1940 and Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1942), 60 page(s)
The Mirth of a Nation gets his own book! Archie's 1st issue came out in 1942, and it's been going strong ever since! In "Prom Pranks", Archie writes millionaire heiress Veronica Lodge an invitation to the prom, just for kicks. But when Jughead accidentally sends it and she accepts, Archie has to juggle two dates i...
art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975, Cord Elliott, fl. 1942, Scott Feldman, fl. 1940 and Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1942), 60 page(s)
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Sir Archibald of the Round Table
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written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 2 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[10]

After receiving a genuine bolt-action rifle for his birthday, Archie looks to join Riverdale High's rifle team. But when Betty and Veronica mistakenly think that he's headed for the track and field squad, Arch realizes that he must be in two places at once to impress the gals! His best pal Jughead agrees to take h...

written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 2 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[10]
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Archie, Archie no. 6
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Clem Weisbecker, 1912-1964, Bob Montana, 1920-1975, Harry Sahle, 1912-1950, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943, Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Zoltan Szenics, fl. 1943, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 58 page(s)

"Halloween Hi-Jinx." When Mr. Weatherbee is caught in a sidewalk spat between Reggie and Archie, Archie finds himself banned from the Halloween dance! Betty convinces him to come anyway, though, since Mr. Weatherbee is unlikely to attend the soirée. So what's he to do when the 'Bee shows up? Plus another 45 pages...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Clem Weisbecker, 1912-1964, Bob Montana, 1920-1975, Harry Sahle, 1912-1950, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943, Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Zoltan Szenics, fl. 1943, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 58 page(s)
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Time for Trouble
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Harry Sahle, 1912-1950; in Archie no. 7 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), [1]-[7]

"Double Date." Most boys would love to snag a rendezvous with either Betty or Veronica, but Archie is the only one foolish enough to schedule both at the same time! After winning two tickets to a play, he secretly asks Ronnie after Betty is unable to attend. Betty later changes her mind, leaving the two-timing tee...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Harry Sahle, 1912-1950; in Archie no. 7 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), [1]-[7]
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Friday the 13th
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written by Ed Goggin, fl. 1943; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 8 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), [NA]-[10]

"Friday the 13th." What happens to the unluckiest teenager on the unluckiest day of the year? The always ill-fated Archie Andrews finds himself in some serious trouble! Covering for his best pal, Jughead begins a rumor that spirals out of control, and Archie finds himself in the hospital, with doctors that intend...

written by Ed Goggin, fl. 1943; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 8 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), [NA]-[10]
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The 'Caveman'
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 1-[10]

"Archie the Caveman." Presenting the first Archie story in history...literally! It's a prehistoric version of Riverdale High where Arch-ee is still a teenage troublemaker. The whole gang is present in class when the young Neanderthal's pet dinosaur bites Grun-di on the nose. Arch-ee is soon brought before King Bee...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 1-[10]
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Archie, Archie no. 11
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943, Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 48 page(s)

"The Practical Joker." When his "fun-kit" comes in the mail, Archie becomes the king of all tricks. Even Mr. Weatherbee is impressed with the various pranks and ruses his student can showcase. The principal handcuffs himself to a chair hoping to copy the sleight-of-hand, only to find the shackles impossible to esc...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943, Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, Janice Valleau, 1923-2013 and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 48 page(s)
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Archie, Archie no. 13
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), 48 page(s)

"The Super-Salesman." Being Jughead's best pal can be costly?just ask Archie's wallet! The duo hopes to make some quick money by selling shampoo door-to-door, but can't find any buyers. What's a boy to do? Dress up as a girl, of course! Arch's idea seems to work great, until the teens stumble upon the house of Ms....

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, Ed Goggin, fl. 1943 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), 48 page(s)
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Betty and Veronica
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995; in Archie no. 14 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-[6]

"The Little Things in Life." A simple bicycle race between rivals begins a monster headache for Mr. Andrews! Reggie and Archie race around Riverdale, but our favorite redhead wrecks his bike before the official contest can begin. To raise funds for a repair, Arch starts a babysitting service without consulting his...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995; in Archie no. 14 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-[6]
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The Voice of the Wise Guy
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written by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, Bill Woggon, 1911-2003 and Al McLean, fl. 1942; in Archie no. 17, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-[9]

"Memories." Take a trip through Archie's childhood as Mr. & Mrs. Andrews open up the family photo album. As it turns out, the troublesome teen was once a rambunctious rattler! Each snapshot tells the story of how a younger Archie turned his father bald. As Mr. Andrews gets more upset, will today's teenager pay for...

written by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, Bill Woggon, 1911-2003 and Al McLean, fl. 1942; in Archie no. 17, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-[9]
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